If you are looking for a quiet, relaxing break in an old cottage full of character set in a beautiful and tranquil location yet within easy reach of all Cornwall has to offer a stay at Pandia is highly recommended.
Set amongst 3 acres of stunning gardens and woodland peace is guaranteed here at this lovely cottage in the woods situated in the hamlet of Warleggan in the heart of Bodmin moor.
Pandia was a former coach house built in 1705 and oozes character throughout with exposed 16th century beams and many paintings and pottery by local artists.
You enter the cottage into the open plan living room with the kitchen, dining and sitting areas with the open fire adding to the atmosphere and ideal for the cooler evenings after a walk on the moors.
There are 3 bedrooms here, a single, twin and feature double all with sloping ceilings carrying the character throughout.
Outside a delightful area with ample furniture overlooking the gardens is the perfect spot for al fresco dining before a walk around the gardens which is a treat indeed.
Vast rhododendrons and camelias to name are just some of the plants in these spectacular gardens once visited by Queen Mary.
Set in An Area Of Natural Beauty many walks are available right from the door and cyclists too are spoilt for choice with excellent trails both at nearby Cardinham woods and the famous Camel trail.
A wonderful choice for a most relaxing holiday in the heart of Cornish countryside and moorland.
Three bedrooms; 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and basin.Open plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire.
About the location
Bodmin 10 miles; Launceston 14 miles
The vast and rugged Bodmin Moor, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, forms over 150 square miles of striking, rocky landscape, with much of it declared a Site of Specific Scientific Importance. This ancient location is home to mystical standing stones, old buildings dating from medieval times and thousands of years’ worth of tin mining heritage. There are plenty of beautiful walks to discover, with challenging climbs up some of the tallest spots in Cornwall, offering fantastic far-reaching views towards both the north and south coast on fine days. The nearby town of Launceston, fondly thought of as the Gateway to Cornwall, can be found to the north east, with beautiful Georgian buildings set around its central square, and romantic ruins of a Norman castle at the outskirts. In the other direction, the historic town of Bodmin lies to the south west, with a host of exciting attractions including its Courtroom Experience, the Bodmin Jail, the Bodmin and Wenford Railway, or a trip to see each of the seven holy wells, which lie dotted around the town. Ancient Jamaica Inn, which lies in the heart of the moor, brims with smuggling and pirate history; almost 300 years old, it's celebrated in Daphne du Maurier’s popular novel and is well worth a visit. With much to see and do, and stunning scenery all around, Bodmin Moor is a delightful destination for your holiday.