|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
This barn was originally the shire horse stables. It has been converted into an open living area with stairs to a minstrel gallery leading into the second bedroom as there is a single bed plus stowaway bed, ideal for one or two children or perhaps and extra adult.
Access to this property is level from both sides,
Full central heating.
Our holiday cottages are all converted farm buildings, built from traditional stone and slate. All have their own garden with patio and garden furniture. Parking on site.
Wagon House has 3 bedrooms. Master bedroom has an en suite shower room on the ground floor. A twin bedded room and a family bathroom are also on the ground floor. Third bedroom with en suite and living room are up stairs.
Wagon House access - entrance door, patio door to garden, kitchen, dining room, master bedroom, twin bedroom and family bath room which also has an enclosed shower are all on the ground floor without steps. the only rooms up stairs are the third bedroom and living room. There is a small sofa and tv in the dining room.
Beautiful property with a lovely garden which has a slate patio, wooden benches and a slate and granite garden table. Enjoy your evenings watching the stars as there is no street lighting or just look across the fields, which often have sheep and lambs happily grazing nearby. There is everything you will need for a home from home holiday with a well equipped kitchen.
This is our second visit to the Higher Hedra Farm Cottages and we have not been disappointed. All the facilties are as described clean warm and welcoming. I would not hesitate to recommend these properties. Excellent restaurants in Port Issac and beyond.
The unspoilt fishing village of Port Isaac and the little beach at Port Gaverne are around 5 minutes by car or can be walked. There are many individual shops and great places to eat. Also be sure to see the small streets of Port Isaac hidden behind the main street.
King Arthurs legend is all around the area and Tintagel castle is a fascinating place to visit. The Great Hall at Tintagel house the most amazing stained glass and is often unknown.
Boscastle is a picturesque village with the harbour and walk along the cliff path. The are also several circular walks and narrow streets to stroll around.
Wadebridge is a small town busy with individual shops and many places to eat and drink. This is also a popular starting point for the Camel Trail. Hire a bike for the day and cycle to Padstow or towards Bodmin. The trail is 17 miles, trafic free and extends from Poley's Bridge, Wenford to Padstow.
The Bodmin & Wenford Railway travels to Bodmin Parkway where you are able to walk to Respryn and Lanhydrock House, a lovely National Trust property with gardens and woodland walks.
Padstow has many shops, bakeries, pubs and restaurants. From the harbour you can take boat trip for fishing or pleasure.