East Woolley Barn is a converted traditional Cornish stone barn in a peaceful location. It has one good-sized bedroom with double bed and pressed cotton bedlinen, a recently modernised en-suite shower room with a range of towels, WIFI, its own private parking and seating area. The Barn is lovely and cosy with double-glazing and electric heating. There''s a 43" SMART TV together with a selection of DVDs, books, jigsaw puzzles with puzzle board, and games in the barn for guests to enjoy. We welcome one well-behaved, adult, dog. This whole area is very dog friendly with nearby Sandymouth beach giving year-round access to dogs. We now provide a Utility room for guests with washing machine and dryer.. Become one of the locals by using a local ordnance survey map that we've annotated with our favourite walks and highlights.
You’ll find our farm easily from the Atlantic Highway (A39), nestled in the peaceful, rural hamlet of Woolley, 9 miles north of Bude.
Although we’re no longer a working farm you’ll be able to see either sheep, cows or bullocks on our 13 acre field for most of the year. We provide food for the blue tits, woodpeckers and finches who often demolish the fat balls in one day! And enjoy nearby coastal walks along the stunning south-west coastal path. East Woolley Barn is the perfect base for exploring North Cornwall and Devon. There’s something for everyone. Walkers, photographers, and surfers can enjoy a spectacular stretch of coastline all year round. Nature lovers have the unique Marsland Nature Reserve on their doorstep. Stargazers can benefit from the dark skies, and holidaymakers are spoilt for choice between rocky or sandy beaches, and a huge variety of outdoor activities and places to visit. In our own parish of Morwenstow we have the National Trust's smallest property, Hawker's Hut, clinging to the cliff, and 13C Rectory tearooms and Bush Inn. Nearby we have Welcombe Mouth with its impressive waterfall and rock formations, Hartland Quay and Abbey, Tamar Lakes, and the picturesque fishing village of Clovelly. A short drive south will take you deeper into Cornwall to Bude with its sandy beaches and Sea Pool, whilst a drive north into Devon brings you to the popular resorts of Clovelly, Ilfracombe, Westward Ho and Appledore. It takes only an hour to reach the stunning Areas Of Natural Beauty of Bodmin Moor, Dartmoor and Exmoor.