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Barns in Widemouth Bay, Nr. Bude, Cornwall, England - Rose Barn, Acorn Barn, Oak Barn And Granary, With Great Coastal And Sea Views Near To Bude
Five barns with great coastal and sea views, less than 1 mile from Widemouth Bay, West Country. Free Wifi and large flat screen TV'S in all barns
Unwind and relax in our spacious barn conversion near Bude- Rose Barn, one of a cluster of cottages at Helscott Farm which is less than 1 mile from Widemouth Bay with great coastal and countryside views. Surrounded by its own private garden with patio and decking area, bbq and garden furniture, free wifi and car parking.
Enter through the wide stable doors to the vaulted dining area with oak kitchen, huge chandelier twinkling overhead and down to the original round house tastefully converted to an amazing living room with squashy leather sofas and atmospheric log burner; with its 3 bedrooms and wide open space it is suitable for families and business partners.We do not accept pets in this property.
Acorn Barn has two bedrooms, the master bedroom has a double pine bed and French inspired cream furnishings The second bedroom is furnished with full sized bunk beds. Enter through the wide stable door, the spacious entrance hall leads to the bedrooms on the left with the large bathroom complete with bath and separate shower ahead of you and the vaulted living area on the right. The open plan space (25' x 18') has a solid oak kitchen area with painted dining table and chairsand full mod cons.There is an antique oak desk for writing your post cards and the corner sofa converts to a double bed if required with the leather armchair ideal for curling up in with a book or drink.Pets welcome at £25 per dog per week.
Relax in Oak cottage, a lovely large barn conversion with great coastal and sea views near to Bude; a superb location surrounded by farmland within walking distance to sea, pubs and Bude, free wifi kitchen/diner, living room, master bedroom with en suite and four poster bed on the ground floor. Upstairs are the second double and a twin room decorated in a country style to match the bright and sunny bathroom with its wood cladding and corner bath .From the twin room you can see for miles across the countryside up the coastline. Pets welcome at £25 per pet per week
The kitchen with its high pitched roof and exposed beams has sea views from the window and the hand painted dresser together with the cream cupboards contain all the china you may need. The dishwasher, microwave, stainless steel oven and hob, large painted table and chairs complement the country look.
The living room is entered either through the stable door at the front or up two steps from the kitchen with three further steps to the master bedroom. The cream cob walls highlight the squashy sofas and antique oak coffer ,the whole property is furnished to a high standard with TV, DVD player and stereo also with 4MB high speed internet network access point meaning you can plug in your laptop at no extra charge .
There is a private garden area with sea views and garden furniture letting you enjoy the wonderful sunsets whilst sipping a drink, reading a book or chatting to your family and friends
The Granary is only a few minutes from Bude and the sea, a superb location surrounded by farmland with views across the fields to the sea. Private garden and free wifi.
Come unwind and relax in the Granary, a detached upside down cottage sleeping four guests in two bedrooms and with a private garden equipped with a picnic table and a BBQ Pets welcome st £25per pet a week.
The Granary is only 2 minutes drive from the wide open space of Widemouth Bay with its surfing and famous rock pools,voted by children as one of the best in England. Bude is a quaint seaside town 4 minutes drive away with good shops,pubs and restaurants not to mention the canal path and unique sea lock and town beaches.
We are a short walk away from the coast path, pubs and cycle paths, easy access to the major attractions of the west country and with our local knowledge can help you to discover the secret beaches and best places to see.
Ivy Barn can be viewed via property Ref E16824
John and Yvonne Cawson
- Response time:
- within a few days
- english, french
- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
About John and Yvonne Cawson
As a small family concern we offer a more personal service,we are always at the end of a phone line and more than happy to help , we believe that your holiday should be memorable.There may be occasions in our lives where we want to make that extra effort , we can arrange for champagne,flowers,cakes,banners or balloons to celebrate your anniversary, birthday, honeymoon or any other occasion .It can be a surprise on arrival or during your stay,in the past we have had honeymoon couples wanting peace and quiet and a romantic dinner, the barn was filled with her favourite flowers and champagne on ice in the fridge,a wedding anniversary couple celebrated in Rose Barn with a surprise party and a marquee in the paddock was a great venue for a wedding, the views and fireworks were amazing.
John and Yvonne Cawson purchased this Barn in 2005
Why John and Yvonne Cawson chose Marhamchurch
We saw these barns in 2003 and fell for the location, views and potential to create a holiday home with character and comfort.
What makes this Barn unique
A cluster of five cottages converted from original farm buildings, all have their own character decorated in similar style with a French influence and individual decorative pieces.The cottages each have their own private gardens with a huge paddock on site ideal for games or a wedding marquee, only a few minutes drive from both the coastline at Widemouth Bay and Bude, a bustling small town with plenty of great shops and places to eat.We fell in love with Helscott Barns when they were just dilapidated farm buildings with amazing views down to the sea yet tucked away from all the facilities and within easy reach of beaches, tourist attractions and interesting places to visit.We spent two years converting them to a high standard so they have all mod cons but retain their character with high ceilings and beams, as they are all together they provide the ideal place to be with others yet in your own private space.The Barns were originally a dairy farm with milking parlours, waiting yards, threshing barn and a Granary to store the feed and now range in size from two bedrooms sleeping 2/4 and three bedrooms for 2/6 with Rose Barn having two extra beds tucked away in the living room converted from an original, and rare, vaulted round house.We live in the farmhouse just beside the barns so are on hand if you need us but out of your way, happy to help but mindful of your privacy and are proud of our reputation for good customer service.
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Lovely cottage, lovely owners
Great location, amazing space, love the huge living room
Special interest holidays:
Bude has been welcoming visitors since Victorian times. On the surface, Bude is a family-orientated seaside resort. The sea surges onto the clean sandy beaches towards the rugged coastline and towering cliffs. Bude also has some of the best surfing in the world alongside swimming and a whole host of water-based activities.
Not for you then how about sea or canal fishing or cycling on one of the many tracks It doesn’t take long to discover that Bude is possibly more diverse than any other holiday destination in CornwallLocal Towns & Villages Bude - This Victorian seaside town has all the facilities which you might need for food, shopping, and entertainment. Beautiful beaches and a large selection of cafes, pubs.
Clovelly - About 20 minutes drive north of Bude a World famous heritage fishing village. Cobbled street tumbles down between flower-strewn cottages to the harbour. Much to do and see.
Nearest Beach: Widemouth Bay 1 mile.
Nearest Airport: Newquay 40 miles.
Nearest Ferry Plymouth 43 miles.
Nearest Train: Barnstaple 40 km.
Padstow - About 40 minutes drive south of Bude, Slate hung houses crowd narrow streets leading to a picturesque harbour on the on the western side of the Camel Estuary North Cornwall. You will also find Rick Steins famous seafood resturant and fish and chip shop.
Bideford -About 1 hour north of Bude Bideford is an attractive town on the banks of the Torridge estuary.
Hartland-Hartland Quay and Hartland Abbey are steeped with history a fantastic dramatic coastline and indeed drive down to the old quay with small pub and shop. The Abbey has only recently been opened to the public and with the gardens is a day out in its self.
Boscastle - Renowned and attractive National Trust fishing village with narrow, cliff-hung harbour entrance, small quay and walks through beautiful Valency Valley and St Nectan's Glen. Thomas Hardy met his first wife here and based his novel A Pair of Blue Eyes on his experiences in the district. Nearby Beeny Cliff has been featured in the writings of both Hardy and John Betjeman.
Crackington Haven - Just a couple of minutes south Bude a coastal village with spectacular beach and magnificent 400 ft cliff walks Cornwall's highest coastal point.
Morwenstow - Minutes away from Homelea and a few miles north of Bude morwenstow has the Church of St John Baptist which contains the graves of over 40 shipwrecked sailors, buried by the eccentric Parson Hawker, who spent 40 years here serving 'a mixed multitude of smugglers, wreckers and dissenters.' Hawkers is best remembered for his poem The Song of the Western Men, with its famous line 'And shall Trelawney die?' which has become the Cornish National anthem. Clifftop views and walks. Supposedly one of the most haunted Public Houses in Britain 'The Bush Inn' also dates back to the 11th Century, which can be found off the village green is also worth a visit.
Tintagel - With ruined but spectacular Tintagel Castle, built in 12th and 13thC by the Earls of Cornwall. Legendary birthplace of King Arthur. Walks to St Nectan's Glen and Rocky Valley. Beaches: nearby Bossiney, Trebarwith Strand.
There are many other fantastic days out to be had visiting some of the many small villages and hamlets in North Cornwall and Devon, why not do something different and visit Hatherleigh livestock market on a Tuesday, you will be amazed With all the stall and general auction.
Rates & Availability
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Booking Notes: Please contact owner on 01288 362 913 from 9am to 10pm. 7 days 25% Deposit. Balance 8 weeks before start of holiday. Can be booked though our own website www.cornwallcottageholidays.co.uk Changeover Day:Saturday in peak seasons other dates by arrangement.No pets allowed in Rose Barn Please contact owner via e mail or by phone 01288 362 913 Hrs 0900 to 2200. We are here to help
25% deposit with balance due 8 weeks prior to arrival, £100 damage deposit to be received at least two weeks prior to holiday and it will be received by bank transfer within seven days of departure