Perfectly located for touring the north of both Cornwall and Devon, this charming 'picture postcard' old thatched cottage built in 1752 is set in the pretty village of Morwenstow, a mile from the spectacular coastal path and ten miles north of Bude.
Parking opposite the cottage you sense the cosy homely feel the moment you enter the cottage, which is full of character with its beamed ceilings, large fireplace and memories of time gone by.
There are two bedrooms, a double and a twin both reached by a set of steep stairs from the living room which features a log burner adding to the character and most welcoming after a winter walk along the cliffs.The delightful bathroom offers a free standing bath to indulge yourself with a long soak and reflect on the day.
Outside a pretty enclosed garden with a patio is the place to start the day with breakfast or an early morning cuppa.
Just a mile away and a pleasant walk along country lanes will take you to the historic Bush Inn, a 13th century pub full of history and intrigue.
Open all day every day, all year round serving good food and real ales - this would be many peoples ideal pub boasting a garden with sea views for warm sunny days and a roaring fire for the cooler winter months.
Situated right on the coastal path it is also a great place to reward yourself after an exhilarating walk.
With all the facilities that the award winning coastal resort of Bude has to offer within easy reach the location of this charming old cottage offers a great holiday whatever time of year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with free standing bath, shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Sitting room with woodburner and dining area.
About the location
Kilkhampton 6 miles; Bude 10 miles.
Morwenstow is a rural hamlet set within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, approximately ten miles north of the coastal resort of Bude, complete with a well-respected pub. This breathtaking stretch of rugged coastline features delightful National Trust walks along the clifftops and through the woodlands within Coombe Valley, as well as numerous coves including Duckpool, Stanbury and Marsland Mouth. There is plenty of history to discover around the parish church regarding the renowned Reverend Hawker, a notable figure from Cornwall's past. Six miles away, the self-contained village of Kilkhampton offers day-to-day shopping facilities, a cafe and a pub.