Woodview Lanteglos Camelford nr Tintagel Boscastle
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Villa / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4 Home 1715650
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Villa / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Last minute availability due to illness. Please contact for details. Woodview Lanteglos Self Catering Holiday Chalet. Golf and North Cornwall Coastal Path nearby . The price includes electricity, water, free safe and secure parking, free use of adult and children's swimming pools (end of May until 5th September) and wifi. Bedding is included in the price in full week lets though can be available for less than weekly lets for an additional charge. Please just let us know.
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Lanteglos has period character and traditional features. The Villa itself provides a quiet, peaceful haven, a guest saying 'it was a piece of tranquility' Once you arrive, you'll feel only peace and tranquillity. The setting is idyllic, with 15 acres of enchanting gardens and woodlands. It changes with the seasons, early in the year are beautiful rhododendrons, later roses. The extensive safe grounds allow children to play safely while you can sit and relax. You also, if you choose, have the use of the nearby Hotel's facilities whilst enjoying the privacy of your own villa.
The Hotel restaurant overlooks the garden and swimming pool offering a relaxed and informal atmosphere. It was voted runner-up in the Toptable restaurant category "Hidden Gems". The Conservatory Brasserie is a "Family Friendly" restaurant, for relaxed, stylish evening dining with children welcome and well catered for. On fine evenings you can eat 'al fresco' in the beautiful gardens. There is also the opportunity to have pub meals if you prefer something more informal, the choice is yours.
For golf enthusiasts there are reduced green fees at the nearby Jack Nicklaus course at St Mellion, and Bowood Park Golf Club.
The Newly decorated Villa has:
Master bedroom with double-bed.
Second bedroom including bunk beds.
Brand new bathroom with bath and shower.
Fully equipped kitchen with cooker, halogen hob, multi-purpose microwave, fridge freezer, toaster, kettle.
Comfortable lounge area providing flat screen freeview TV and DVD, and direct line telephone.
Duvets and pillows provided.
Electricity and heating included.
Further Facilities include:
Outdoor swimming pool with heated children's paddling pool for use of residents only set in secluded grounds for those that prefer privacy.
Games room with table-tennis and pool table.
Laundrette. Very reasonably priced with driers, at nearby Camelford there is a village initiative where you can leave washing and return to it all being done.
Garden Restaurant, Conservatory Brassiere.
Car park -safe and secure again for exclusive use of residents.
Groundsmen maintain the site ensuring it is well kept, clean, tidy, safe and secure.
Nearby Camelford has pubs, restaurants, art gallery, library and gym.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Nearest beach||Trebarwith Strand 2 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay, Nearest railway: Bodmin Parkway|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property|
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Children's pool|
|General||TV, Telephone, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Games room, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 6|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Shared garden, Climbing frame, Swing set|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Cornwall region
North Cornwall is dramatic,bold and exciting. From crashing waves onto cliffs to beautiful sandy or pebbled beaches there is a range to meet everyone's needs and tastes. There are many beautiful sights, from dramatic cliff views and the North Cornwall walk, walks to the nearby Rough Tor, to sightseeing villages with many gaining fame with the beautifully televised shots of Port Isaac, Port Gaverne, Padstow where Rick Stein delivers delicious food, Boscastle, Tintagel, Bossiney and Bossiney Cove. To the North is the beautiful Widemouth Bay and Bude going further North still. to the South is the Eden Project, St Ives, St Michael's Mount, the delightful Mousehole and exciting Penzance.
is right nearby, it has a local Co-op for newspapers, bacon, eggs, milk etc, Boots chemist, fresh fruit greengrocers, Spar, post office, an award winning fish and chip shop, pasty shops, Flames (I think for burgers...) pub, the Masons Arms for pints and pub meals, landlady (Jo) lovely, meals good........art gallery for pictures and ceramics of John Blight and other exhibiting artists.....Chinese take away, a gym if the weather is not so good so as to not be able to use the site pool...then again if going to get wet what is a bit of rain..... my son enjoys horse riding and there are several stables nearby.
on site at Lanteglos there is a bar and restaurant, adult and separate child swimming pool, with two award winning golf courses right next door (good to play and to eat). St Julitta is the Church right next door where they filmed the scene of the wedding tent collapsing when the Doctor and Louise were supposed to be married.
supermarkets are at Bodmin, Morrisons, Asda, Sainsburys, Lidl but no Aldi, best petrol prices are at Bodmin, Morrisons, or at top of hill Asda.......if you go up the hill there is the Bodmin Railway, a lovely event where you can go up and down the line, stopping and getting back on to explore various points, great for those that love a bye gone era and the smell of steam. Check in advance as certain trains only run on certain days and if you want to see a certain one it is best not to be disappointed. You can take a packed lunch and enjoy on or off the train, it takes you into Bodmin Parkway......it has a lovely old railway station and the volunteers dress up to take you back to olden days.
if you go into Wadebridge there is a big Co-op, to the left as you go in...around to the right by the Camel trail where you can hire bikes and go up and down….(to the right at the bridge as you go into Wadebridge) is a big Lidl , fish and chip shops, pasties etc....car boot I think on a Monday after 4pm...(if you wanted to bring things into Cornwall, there is a Tesco at Launceston), by the bridge is a shop with all things beautiful......for relaxation there is a café in the middle of town on the left hand side, we actually sat and chatted to, of all people, one of the drum captains that featured in the Olympics, sells beers, coffees and biscotti etc…
where there is a lovely, safe, quiet beach, it is self limiting as there are so few car parking spaces, so grab one if you can otherwise you have to park at the top of the hill at Port Isaac, which charges and then walk back down to beach at Port Gaverne (that is not the bad part, the tough part is walking back up...)
and then round into Port Isaac where they fill Doc Martin.....which is really lovely. Laurence Llewellyn Bowen has a house in Port Isaac, and Fishermen Friends hail from this area though sadly they were not singing last Summer but, I am sure they will return soon.
Trebarwith Strand, Bossiney and Tintagel
Lovely beaches at Trebarwith Strand, we have spent many a glorious sunset on this beach and at Bossiney just outside Tintagel going northwards you have a lovely cove and safe beach again, though it is very steep coming back up.....but you can tell how fit you are at the end and at the beginning of your stay by how quick you can do the climb.
There is also the lovely North Cornwall coastal path and you can actually walk right round the coast to King Arthur's castle, another wonderful place. The seas here are a magical colour you see nowhere else, not even in Southern Cornwall (though of course they have their own light and charm, e.g. St Ives is amazing in a different light) Market Day is on a Thursday in Tintagel, with locally made fudge in shop, nice with ice cream and clotted cream, fantastic shop with quilts and linen across the road...
Scene of horrendous floods some years ago, showing very much the spirit of people fighting adversity and overcoming. You also have Boscastle Harbour, no beach but lovely little shops, walks and amazing views from the headland...car boot on certain Sundays for those quintessential Cornish things you cannot possibly get anywhere else, The Riverside does amazing food but for evenings you have to book and make reservations otherwise you will not get in and if you are a Telegraph reader you get two for one at the Wellington on a Tuesday, again check and book. The Wellington also featured as a subject of Most Haunted ......
Delabole has a good chippy....and a Spar....and for those that like industrial things, the most amazing gigantic quarry where they extract slate and you can buy all things made from it.
with lovely lovely beaches round the River Camel and the bike trail where you can hire bikes, (the other end to that of Wadebridge…) you can also get on a boat and go over to Rock or just go around the shops and enjoy art exhibitions or other events as ongoing throughout the Summer.
Not been to in a while but on a straight run going North is Bude and on the way is Crackington Haven, the feature of many a beautiful sunset and picturesque sky.
Eden Project, St Michaels Mount and St Ives and so much more…..
We like to just listen, first thing in the morning, to the sound of silence, it really is peaceful and quiet, there is a table and chairs to eat breakfast outside, enjoy coffee and read the papers....
The chalet acts as a brilliant hub accessing quickly and conveniently many wonderful places and gardens.There is also a set of Maps to plan routes and activities.
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9 Apr 2015
"peaceful and relaxing holiday"
I really enjoyed the peace and quiet of the countryside and all within driving distance of lots of lovely towns and attractions. The owners were very helpful with any inquires and problems I had. Thanks for the great holiday!
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