from £47 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
from £47 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 10
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House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 10
This self catering lodge is ideal for families or groups, offering excellent value and comfort. These two storey detached houses are equipped with everything you need for a self catering family holiday. There are two double and two twin bedrooms. There is a family bathroom and a further shower room. Outside you will find a patio area with outdoor furniture so you can easily enjoy the landscaped grounds. Surrounded by fields, woodland and streams and with views of Dartmoor, the setting is tranquil and picturesque in the beautiful Tamar Valley.
This holiday home offers well presented and generous accommodation comprising a large living room, fitted kitchen with all the usual appliances, shower/cloakroom and two bedrooms on the ground floor and two further bedrooms and a large bathroom with feature corner bath on the first floor. The property is constructed with a modern timber frame rendered externally and benefits from full double glazing and night storage heating. Surrounded by communal gardens and lawns accessed by the patio doors from the dining room. Nearby there are ample private parking facilities. Duvets and bed linen is included.
Honicombe Manor has an indoor heated pool, a relaxing sauna, a small outdoor heated pool with sun terrace, a bar and a restaurant (facilities may not be available all year).
Whitsand Bay is the nearest sandy beach to your base at Honicombe, in Cornwall's forgotten corner, this is one of South East Cornwall's best beaches with a 3 mile stretch of perfect sand (approx. 30-40 min drive away). It is also close to Torpoint, Rame Head, Freathy and Tregantle with their excellent clean sandy beaches.
If you want to explore further on foot, the South West Coastal Path offers guides and maps on the public footpaths along this stunning stretch of coastline. A little further the popular seaside destinations of Looe, Polperro and Newquay are easily accessible.
|Size||Sleeps up to 10, 4 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Shared indoor pool, Shared outdoor pool (heated)|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (2), Single beds (4), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 10|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (heated), Shared indoor pool, Shared garden|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details outdoors|
In the heart of glorious countryside yet just a few miles from the coast, the vibrant city of Plymouth and rugged Dartmoor. This popular holiday home has a welcoming atmosphere that brings guests back year after year. With the advantage of a rural location yet several nearby visitor attractions.
There are several typically Cornish villages nearby together with the popular towns of Callington approximately 4 miles distant and the market town of Tavistock approximately 7 miles distant.
St. Ann's Chapel is a small village situated approximately one mile from Gunnislake where there are good shopping facilities and traditional pubs. There is also a railway station less than one mile away with a regular train service into Plymouth city centre.
This holiday home provides an excellent base to explore this fascinating area. There are walking and cycling rides nearby. Professionally supervised outdoor pursuits including canoeing, climbing and abseiling can be organised.
The neighbouring village of Calstock has train and river cruises down the Tamar Valley to Plymouth. Park and ride, and enjoy a day exploring the National Maritime Aquarium,the waterside bars and restaurants as well as the other historical attractions of this famous nautical city.
Also close at hand is the Living Museum of Victorian Life at Morwellhan Quay, complete with carriage ride and train trip into the mine which provides another fun, informative day for all the family.
The Cornwall region
In the heart of glorious countryside yet just a few miles from the coast, the vibrant city of Plymouth and rugged Dartmoor. Sandy beaches, tumbling surf, traditional fishing villages, stunning countryside, golf courses everywhere, numerous leisure activities, this tranquil holiday resort in the heart of the South West surrounded by acres of Countryside has it all.
West Devon is seven miles distant, and the City of Plymouth is only 18 miles via the Tamar Bridge at Saltash. Enjoy a day exploring the National Maritime Aquarium, the waterside bars and restaurants as well as the other historical attractions of this famous nautical city.
Plymouth is the vibrant regional capital of Devon and Cornwall, a thriving modern city, historic seafaring port and holiday centre with something for everyone. When you want to escape the bustle and find a little peace and quiet, Plymouth is the perfect place to start. With a unique waterfront ambience and its spirit of the sea, Plymouth encompasses great local and international cuisine, superb entertainment and all weather activities throughout the year.
Honicombe is just one mile from the picturesque villages of Harrowbarrow, St. Anns Chapel and Metherell, which all have a selection of shops, local amenities and pubs, there is also the scenic Tamar Valley Railway with regular services along the river-bank to Plymouth.
Close to hand is the Dartmoor town of Tavistock with plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants and the larger town of Callington is only 4.5 miles away.
Callington has a wide variety of eating establishments, there are several take-aways and cafes, historic public houses that provide food and a selection of restaurants, some of them having won national awards. The nationally famous Ginsters provide the traditional Cornish pasty but cuisine in the town also includes Chinese, Indian and Malaysian/Thai.
Located just 2 miles from Honicombe is The National Trust owned Cotehele House and Quay, a well preserved Tudor manor house on the banks of the River Tamar. Cotehele has a series of formal gardens near the house, a richly planted valley garden, with a medieval dovecote and stewpond, a Victorian summerhouse and an 18th century tower with fine views.
There are two championship golf courses within easy reach at St. Mellion International Hotel, Golf and Country Club. St Mellion is the leading venue in Cornwall for golf, this famous West Country golf resort has hosted the Benson & Hedges International on six occasions, firmly securing St Mellion's position as the finest venue for golf in Cornwall and as one of Europe's premier resorts for both golf and leisure.
Morwellham Quay is an award winning visitor centre set in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Step into the Victorian world, wander into port-workers' cottages or a miners hovel and wonder how they lived. Visit the museums, workshops and Chandlers's Shop to complete the picture, there is also a Victorian farm and nature reserve.
The Kit Hill Country Park is within 2.5 miles, providing moorland walks, landmarks of historic interest and panoramic views. Located between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, this wild, rugged granite hilltop is famous for its fine views and fascinating history as well as its flora and fauna. With 400 acres, Kit Hill is the most dominant landscape feature in East Cornwall.
The area is perfect for exploring Dartmoor, the south and north coast beaches and the attractions of Cornwall's far west. Positioned amongst beautiful scenery on the wooded banks of the River Tamar, in The Tamar Valley, bordering Cornwall and Devon, one of the most beautiful and historically significant areas in the UK. In 1995, the Tamar Valley was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty making it one of 40 in England and Wales.
The rich and diverse landscape of The Tamar Valley covers around 75 square miles (195 square kilometres) and along with the rivers Tamar, Tavy and Lynher, forms one of the last, unspoilt drowned valley river systems in England.
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