Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
We have 5 beautiful barns including new for 2013 Season one newly built cottage set in an old farm courtyard all of which retain many of the original features while providing modern conveniences you would expect, and are available year round for self catering holidays.
Tregamere Barton Cottage is finished to the highest standard, we only believe in offering the very best to our visitors and our reviews back that. It is best suited for a family of 2 adults and 2 children or 2 couples.
A car is essential if you are staying here as we are situated in a quiet hamlet, but only minutes away from the beaches of North Cornwall, Padstow and Newquay
This cottage has its lounge kitchen diner upstairs and everyone loves its coziness. Downstairs are the bedrooms and bathroom and a further large room housing a full-sized pool table for the exclusive use of occupants of Tregamere Barton Cottage. There is a washing machine and drier and also a further toilet.
The cottage and complex has plenty of space for parking, storing bikes or surf boards. To the rear of the cottage is an enclosed patio and in addition a further patio area on another side of the cottage There is a communal lawned playing area for the children with swing, slide and play house. The Courtyard is brick paved. Walks can be taken through one of our fields along a pathway and around around our lake. WiFi is available.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Watergate Bay 5 km|
|Will consider||Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay Airport 5 km, Nearest railway: Bodmin 15 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Pool or snooker table, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Shared garden, Climbing frame, Swing set, Private fishing lake or river|
|Further details indoors||
The cottage itself is a cosy upside down build, as you walk into the living,dinner and kitchen area upstairs in an open plan design. The kitchen has a microwave, fridge and freezer, electric cooker, hob and fan and Dishwasher . As you go downstairs there is a large room accommodating a pool table a massive hit with our visiting families together with utility and w/c through the door on your left from there you can access a patio area with garden furniture. At the bottom of the stairs to your right is the main double bedroom with wardrobes, chest of draws and TV, the next room is the twin room, which has a wardrobe and bedside drawers and next to the bedrooms is the
bathroom incorporating large bath, sink, toilet and shower. Find more detail plus pictures on www.cornwallfarmcottages.co.uk.
|Further details outdoors||
Walks can be taken from the cottages through a pathway through the woods along the river and to the Lake
and around the lake.
BBQ plinth and garden furniture for those long summer nights.
27'' digital Tv with free view and DVD player
Bedroom TV, ideal for when you just want to relax in bed
Luxury brown leather sofa and chairs
TV in Pool Table Room
Private use of the full Size Pool Table
3 parking spaces
Courtyard with garden furniture
Also there is a children's play area suitable for children ages 3 – 10
If you would like to book the cottage we would need a 20% deposit within 7 days of receiving the booking forms to guarantee booking.
The final payment is due a month before your arrival.
Receipts can be sent once cheques have cleared
You can confidently arrive at any of our four cottages to find Angela's and Alicia's
and Gabriella's And Marlene's housekeeping to an immaculate standard.
Find us on www.cornwallfarmcottages.co.uk
The West Country region
Cornwall Beach, the county is rightly well known for its beaches. Whether you are down here on a beach holiday Cornwall and looking for a beach to take granny and the kids with easy parking and likely safe bathing, or are more energetic and fancy a Cornish Coast Path Walk thrown in, here's a few ideas for you
The Coast of Cornwall, one of the most beautiful coastlines in England. From towering cliffs, windblown estuaries, superb surf beaches, fishing coves, harbours, to sheltered tree lined creeks, even an island topped by a castle. The Cornwall Coastal Path Coast Footpath makes so much of it accessible to the walker and hiker
Cycling in Cornwall -The Camel Trail a cycle path following the line of a disused railway, runs along the beautiful the Camel Estuary from Padstow the 6 miles to Wadebridge, and on , for the more adventurous, another 8 miles to Bodmin ; and yet on again to the western edge of Bodmin Moor, the rugged heart of Cornwall. Trail Cycle hire. Left your bikes at home? No problem, there are several bike hire shops in Padstow Wadebridge and Bodmin from which to rent one. Whole day, half day, and evening hire. From montain bikes to adult tourers to childs trailer bikes to tandems. The Camel Trail, is very popular, particularly during the School Holidays.
Cornwall Gardens From Trevarno's enchanting lake with its Victorian boathouse to the sub-tropical delights of Trebah to the landscaped grounds of Anthony House there are over 60 great gardens to explore.
On the North Cornish cliffs , with spectacular views up and down the Coast. After stopping to have a look at the Castle Remains, constructed in the 13th Century by Richard Earl of Cornwall, cross the wooden bridge to the Island and climb the steps to more ruins. Even more memorable with a winter gale lashing in from far out in the Atlantic Ocean.
There are several activities near by such as horse riding, swimming, and sea fishing. Cornwall is famous for surfing and there is plenty of opportunity in the area to learn this skill! There are also many golf clubs within a 10 minute drive. Maybe consider hiring a boat to explore the stunning coastline or you may prefer to walk the many gorgeous coastal paths throughout North Cornwall to see the sites.
Some of the closet towns to our cottages are Padstow and Newquay -
Padstow is an important fishing port and harbour of refuge on the North Coast of Cornwall, a haven for many visiting yachtsmen. A well-known fish restaurant owned by Rick Stein is now to be found in Padstow and he has appeared many times on television. The railway line to Padstow was closed in 1967 and is now the 'Camel Trail', where it is possible to walk or cycle from Padstow to Bodmin, via Wadebridge. On May Day every year there is a festivity called the Obby-Oss where the junior inhabitants assemble in the street and process through the town following a painted effigy of a horse, and singing in praise of St George. The origin of this event is propably pagan.
Newquay, facing the Atlantic Ocean on the North Cornwall Coast is the largest resort in Cornwall, and self styled surfing capital of Britain. Once a isolated fishing community, reliant on pilchards, with an still unspoilt harbour. Why not wander along the Quay, where at high water the local fishermen unload their catch- baskets of crabs destined for top restaurants. It is also the place to book a sea angling trip.
The beaches are the main ‘sights’ in Newquay with something for everyone whether you’re a swimmer, surfer or sandcastle builder. Fistral Beach is the main surfing beach, while two-mile-long Watergate Bay is a great place to learn at low tide. Holywell Bay has shallow waters that are good for paddling with children. To see fishermen hauling in their catch, Newquay Harbour’s the place to head.
If you’ve had enough on the beach there are lots of other activities to keep you busy nearby. Try Newquay Zoo or the Monkey Sanctuary for some animal magic, or Waterworld or Oasis Fun Pools for a splash of watery fun. Other theme parks include Holywell Bay Fun Park with everything from go-karting to a climbing wall, while Blue Reef Aquarium on the main beach is a good place to go for a glimpse of what lies beneath the waves. Cornwall’s best-know attraction, the Eden Project at St Austell, is worth a day trip if you’ve the time.
There are many other attractions, sights and events going on, just too many to list