Boasting an idyllic countryside setting on a former dairy farm, Mynheer Farm Barn offers guests a truly peaceful and memorable stay.
Just 15 minutes’ drive from the north Cornish coast with its long sandy beaches and scenic coastal walks, the location is perfect for those seeking a quiet holiday close to the coastal hot spots but far enough away to escape the crowds - with only the property owners and guests of a second holiday barn for neighbours.
Step into this smart converted barn and feel instantly at home; the cosy sitting room with wood burner and dining area makes for a most sociable space.
A chic, pastel-coloured kitchen offers everything you could possibly need during your stay, and upstairs, two comfortable en-suite bedrooms offer flexible accommodation for couples or friends.
Outside, a sheltered patio provides a lovely spot for morning breakfasts – and guests are also welcome to explore the five and a half acres of field next to the property, where they will find a shared picnic area with wonderful panoramic views.
The area surrounding Mynheer Farm Barn is steeped in mining history, and offers some fantastic walks through the engine house ruins.
A number of cycle routes can be accessed from the front door, too.
Take a stroll down to the village pub of an evening, and be sure to visit the open-air amphitheatre made famous by John Wesley at Gwennap Pit.
Perfect for keen walkers and cyclists, Mynheer Farm Barn is a great choice throughout the year – why not book Bowji as well and enjoy a 10% discount!
Over two floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower room, basin and WC, 1 x twin/double with zip and link bed and en-suite shower room, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
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About the location
Falmouth 10.5 miles; St Ives 16 miles.
Redruth is a small town in Cornwall, dating in parts from the 12th century. It was once the centre of Cornish mining history and is now at the heart of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is a selection of shops, pubs and eateries, and the town holds a variety of continental markets throughout the year. Attractions close to Redruth include the Carn Brea Trail, The Great Flat Load, which is fantastic for cyclist and dog walkers alike, Tolgus Tin Stream Works, and the Tehidy Country Park. The beach at Portreath is a 10 minute drive, or 2.5 miles from Redruth. The entire stunning North coast is a suburb playground for surfing and all watersports, with resorts such as St Ives, Falmouth, the Roseland Peninsula and the whole Lizard Peninsula within easy reach. A superb destination for your Cornish holiday.