Situated in a picturesque part of Cornwall, within the idyllic village of Upton Cross, is the former Post Office property.
This heart-warming retreat offers a superb base for a family gathering to the Cornish countryside, with both the rolling hills of Bodmin Moor and the Dartmoor National Park within striking distance.
Kick off your walking boots within a spacious hallway, before entering into a contemporary property, offering charming touches to ensure a superb stay.
Move into the spacious sitting room, where the entire group can gather for a game of pool or snuggle up together in front of a warming open-fire, perfect for those chilly winter evenings.
Fulfilling your culinary needs is a stylish kitchen area, where the designated chef will be able to prepare all the meals before hosting a wonderful dining party.
After an adventure filled day, you can look forward to drifting off within one of the four elegantly-dressed bedrooms, comprising of a king-size double bed, two standard double bedrooms and a single bedroom.
Continuing to impress is the enclosed garden area, where you and your loved ones can soak up the sun within the lawn area before dipping into a bubbling hot tub.
If you don’t feel like cooking one evening, venture into the village centre where you will find a traditional pub, offering a superb dining menu and a welcoming atmosphere.
To keep you busy whilst staying here, enjoy a leisurely stroll upon the Bodmin Moor and visit the endearing Cheesewring, the Sharp Tor and the historical engine houses at Minions.
If you are feeling active, you will find Siblyback Lake within a mere 6-mile drive, where you can tackle one of the challenging watersports available or go fishing on one of the rivers.
The Old Post Office promises an idyllic stay within the wonderful Cornish countryside.
About the location
Liskeard 6 miles; Tavistock 15 miles.
Upton Cross is a small Cornish village originally housing miners but now a quiet retreat set in rolling countryside on the edge of Bodmin Moor.
From here there is easy access to some of Bodmin Moor’s most striking features, including the Cheesewrings, Sharp Tor and the engine houses at Minions, as well as Kitt Hill and Caradon Hill.
The village has a traditional 17th century pub serving good food and a Post Office.
Both coasts are within easy reach, from the crashing surf of the north coast to the clear waters and fishing villages of the south.
Siblyback Lake, 6 miles away, offers angling and water sports, and there is salmon and trout fishing available on local rivers.
Upton Cross has its own open air theatre offering a varied programmed through the season.
A village in the heart of Cornwall, ideal for getting away from it all..