A detached 1930s cottage refurbished to a high standard and providing ample family accommodation in the attractive village of Stratton, just two miles from the North Cornwall coast.
This Stratton cottage is ideal for a family holiday with two bedrooms, both with TV and DVD, and a sitting room with comfy leather reclining sofas and dining room, both with electric fires, ensuring that you have a warm welcome all year round.
There is a contemporary fitted kitchen with breakfast bar at this Stratton cottage, guaranteeing the family a relaxing stay.
The village of Stratton has an excellent community spirit with traditional pubs and local shops, whilst being only a short drive from Bude's full range of amenities and beach life with miles of sand, safe swimming and clean surf.
Much of the coastline in this area is owned by the National Trust and is a haven for wildlife, providing fabulous walking opportunities.
There are many pretty coves and inlets to discover within a short drive of this Stratton cottage including Crackington Haven, Boscastle and Morwenstow, whilst further afield the popular fishing port of Padstow is a popular tourist destination.
A welcoming Stratton cottage from which to explore the richness of the North Cornwall coastal area.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x ground floor twin. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Dining room with electric fire. Sitting room with electric fire. Conservatory.
About the location
Tintagel 17 miles.
Bude is a fabulous coastal town that once visited you will want to come back to time and time again. Bude has something for everyone, great beaches for relaxing, and building sandcastles on, rockpools for investigating at low tide and cafes to watch it all from. The rolling waves are great for surfing all year round, and the footpaths by the restored canal or on the North Cornwall coastal path offer you a superb opportunity to explore and appreciate the outstanding countryside. Bude also has a superb golf course, indoor swimming pool, bowling alley/indoor play area and Heritage Centre at Bude Castle. It also has a good selection of local shops, supermarkets, cafes, pubs, restaurants and excellent Information Centre. Within a short drive are the remains of a huge iron age hill fort at Warbstow Bury, from where panoramic views can be seen. For days out, take the coast road north to see the lonely lighthouse above the sea at Hartland Point or walk or ride a donkey down the steep and cobbled village street (no cars allowed) of beautiful Clovelly to the harbour and the pub far below. Follow the coast in the other direction and there's the little cove of Crackington Haven, Boscastle, King Arthur's castle at Tintagel, Doc Martin's Port Wenn at Port Isaac and yet more great surfing beaches at Polzeath.