|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Crowsnest sits in a unique location at the top of Trebarwith Valley with stunning views of the Atlantic, Port Isaac Bay & Trebarwith Strand. The fully fitted kitchen overlooks sea views, with electric hob/oven, microwave, toaster, fridge/freezer, and utensils. Also with sea views,the lounge/diner, furnished with Freesat HD TV and DVD, & CD/ Radio player, dining table & chairs, and comfortable 3-piece suite and side tables. With a heated conservatory on the balcony to enjoy the views whatever the weather. Sit and sip a glass of wine watching the beautiful sunset over Port Isaac Bay.
Sleeps up to 4 people a double bedroom and a twin bedroom. Bed linen and bath towels provided free. The bathroom has bath/shower, electric towel heaters, hair dryer and under-floor heating. An iron, ironing board, vacuum cleaner, and cleaning utensils are provided.Electricity is included in the price. This cottage is only suitable for children over 8.
Off-road parking for 1 car extras by arrangement
Crowsnest Cottage :
The top floor of the old farmhouse, is private and self-contained, with all the modern conveniences, while still retaining its original character. This cottage has magnificent views of Trebarwith Valley and Port Isaac Bay. The entrance, via a slate porch, leads upstairs to the hallway, off which all the rooms open. The compact fitted kitchen overlooks sea views, and is equipped with electric hob/oven, microwave oven, toaster, fridge/freezer, and utensils.
Also overlooking fantastic views, is the lounge/diner, furnished with satellite TV and DVD & VCR players, dining table and chairs, and 3-piece suite. A doorway leads from the lounge to the conservatory and balcony which, as the cottage name suggests, overlooks the valley and coastline with a birds-eye view. The conservatory is equipped with heating so the spectacular views can be enjoyed at any time of year, no matter what the weather is like.
The cottage sleeps 4 people in two separate bedrooms - a double bedroom and a twin bedroom. Linen is provided free of charge and beds are made up for your arrival . The fitted bathroom has bath/shower, electric towel heaters, and under-floor heating. An iron, ironing board, vacuum cleaner, and cleaning utensils are provided for your convenience.
Electricity is included. Children are most welcome but, due to the balcony, this cottage is only suitable for children over 8. We regret we are unable to accept pets. There is private off-road parking for one car; extra cars by arrangement.
Crowsnest ideal for touring the whole of Cornwall and a large part of Devon. We are surrounded by beautiful beaches and countryside for those who want a quiet restful holiday. For the energetic we have surfing, swimming, snorkelling, Sea-fishing, Fly & Coarse fishing, Kayaking, Walking & Hiking, Cycling, Horse-riding, Golf and much within easy reach, for sightseers there are lots of Historic Houses & Gardens, Fishing Villages, Castles, Historic Building & Churches and loads of Indoor Attractions including The Eden Project. For food and drink lovers we have a whole lot of great pubs and restaurants including Rick Stein’s and Jamie Oliver’s also a lot of award winning local breweries and vineyards.All this information is provided in the cottages along with necessary local information and also maps and directions for a number of walks.
Being an ex-professional photographer and artist I never tire of the ever changing views that we enjoy from our property and love sharing them with our guests. You will even find one or two of my original paintings and photographs dotted around the cottages.
Tony Alden purchased this apartment in 1971
My wife and I have always loved the sea and Cornwall in particular and when we discovered Park Farm with it's stunning views of the Cornish coastline and Port Isaac Bay and the wonderful beach at Trebarwith Strand below, we immediately fell in love with it. We have never in all our years here had any regrets in buying Park Farm and living here for the rest of our lives. Now we enjoying sharing this very special place with our guests.
Having spent over 40 years enjoying a wonderful time at Park Farm Cottages in Cornwall, we have compiled a list of places of interest to visit - some well known, but many hidden gems, We have also compiled a file of lovely walks right from the door with maps and directions laminated to protect them from the weather
A lot of our guests say it is worth staying in our comfortable cottages just for the million dollar views.
“Fantastic cottage in the heart of North Cornwall”
5 of 5 stars.Reviewed 25 August 2014 for a stay in August 2014
Lovely cottage with everything you will need included, perfect for exploring North Cornwall,fantastic views over Trebarwith from the veranda & 3 mins drive from Tintagel.
“Terrific place to stay in Cornwall”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 25 June 2014 for a stay in June 2014
We shared the rental of a two bedroom cottage at Park Farm in June and were delighted with the accommodation. The cottage is well situated in a small village near Tintagel and contains everything you need for a comfortable stay including comfortable beds.. We made our own breakfasts and dinners and found the kitchen to be well supplied with everything
“Stunning views, great location”
5 of 5 starsReviewed 15 May 2014 for a stay in May 2014
We were staying in Crowsnest and had seen the view in the pictures online but it is even better in real life. It was lovely and quiet, but there was still a lot to do in the area. Tintagel Castle, Trebarwith Strand (beach and surfing), Bodmin, Bude, biking the Camel trail, Padstow. We went on some wonderful coastal walks. The accommodation itself is basic but very clean and comfortable and had everything we needed. In addition to the balcony, there is a conservatory which meant that we could sit and watch the sun go down with a glass of wine even when it was cold out. The owner had also left us a bottle of wine which went down very well!
We had a most wonderful stay at Park Farm Cottages. The house had so much character and the view from the conservatory was amazing! We loved walking along the beautiful and dramatic coastline. The hosts were very helpful and friendly and provided us with good information on what to do. The only drawback was that you must have a car. Hardly any bus connections and no stores in the village.
5 days over Christmas. Ideal base for walking coastal paths and visiting the area around Tintagel.
Vom Balkon bzw. vom Wintergarten aus hat man einen wunderschönen Blick auf den Atlantik. Das war mir das Wichtigste und ist voll erfüllt.
Die Wohnung ist gut ausgestattet, alles da, was man so braucht.
Es ist wunderbar ruhig und die Matratzen sind sehr gut, wir haben perfekt geschlafen.
Die Gastgeber sind sehr freundlich, wohnen neben an und helfen gerne. Danke dafür!
Wieso dann nicht 5 Sterne? Ich bin kein Teppichboden-Fan.
Trebarwith Strand 3 minutes drive, 20 minutes walk. Tidal sandy surfing beach with lifeguards, surf school, pub, cafe shops & toilets .
Bossiney Haven, 5 minutes drive & 10 minute walk down beautiful sandy swimming beach no facilities.
Castle Beach, 5 minutes drive, tidal beach good for swimming & fishing
Polzeath 40 minutes drive, Tidal sandy surfing beach with lifeguards, surf school, pub, cafe shops & toilets.
Lots more beaches and fishing villages within an hours drive
Nearest airport Newquay 25 miles
Nearest port Plymouth 35 miles
Nearest bus-stop 5 metres limited local transport a car is highly recommended.
Tintagel centre 1 mile.
Boscastle 3.5 miles, fishing village
Port Isaac 9.5 miles, fishing village location for TV series Doc Martin
Padstow 21 miles, fishing harbour,Rick Stein's Restaurant & fish & chip shop
Falmouth 48 miles, port town with National Maritime Museum
Land's End 66 miles
There are a range of shops in Tintagel centre including 2 small supermarkets, butchers/greengrocer, delicatessens, chemists, hardware, clothes, gift-shops,
cafes,pubs and restaurants, there is a cash machine a doctors surgery and a visitors centre