All our new renovated cottages- Hayloft, Millers and Olde Granary offer 4 star quality accommodation with modern luxuries to a very high standard yet retaining original features such as exposed oak beams. Enjoy fabulous accommodation with the option to hire the privately situated Hot Tub or Swim Spa. Each cottage offers: •One large double bedroom with 5 ft bed - room for put-u-up or cot (Millers has additional sofa bed)- Digital TVs in bedroom and lounge•Spacious living room/kitchen with exposed beams•Oil fired central heating and contura wood burner. Hayloft is a beautifully restored barn with original arrow slot windows. In addition to the above, Hayloft cottage has a beautifully tiled en-suite shower room with heated towel rail plus a south facing veranda through french doors with views across the valley. Stone and granite steps lead to the stable door entrance. Our Millers cottage is a beautiful cottage with exposed beams throughout. A luxury one bedroomed cottage with underfloor heating on ground floor. Bespoke hardwood stair case leads to first floor with fabulous lofty ceilings and exposed A frames.•Leather sofa bed in bedroom •En-suite bathroom with shower over bath and heated towel rail•South facing patio area- a real sun trap. Olde Granary is entered via solid wood french doors into the bedroom which leads into the kitchen/ living area - all on one level. With no steps and wide doors this cottage is easily assessed. One large bathroom with shower over bath. Wooden flooring throughout and views to the meadow from the secluded patio area•no pets in these cottages but pet friendly accommodation in Ta Mill Lodge - see property ref 30635.
Ta Mill is a secluded rural hideaway perfect for a romantic getaway with on site nature trail, pitch 'n' putt (for a fun round of golf) and mature gardens for relaxing and unwinding. With the North coast only 15 minutes away you can enjoy a stroll along the coastal footpath or visit the rugged Tors of Bodmin Moor.
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 1 bedrooms|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 en suite|
|Nearest beach||Crackington Haven 10 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay 30 km, Nearest railway: Bodmin Parkway 24 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Fireplace, Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Games room, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Super King Beds (1), Sofa Beds (1), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 3, Lounge seats for 3|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ, Climbing frame, Swing set|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
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Hayloft is a very spacious stone and slate cottage. You can have a put-u-up for a child or cot, please enquire on booking. Millers cottage is equally as spacious with leather 'click clack' sofa bed in large bedroom for child. On site we have a games room, pitch 'n' putt, nature trail and new Hot Tub set in unique setting of old Waterwheel pit. Ta Mill is a secluded rural hideaway of cottages and lodges set in a very peaceful valley surrounded by countryside. Our Nature Trail follows the babbling brook down the valley from one wildlife pond to another, 1/2 mile down stream. It is an idyllic place to relax and unwind. Wi-Fi available in our 4 star cottages.Our 4 star cottages offer luxury accommodation, popular for honeymoons or anniversaries. For that really special occasion, if you want to celebrate a wedding, birthday or anniversary with your friends and family, why not consider hiring the whole site. Ta Mill, a secluded rural hideaway is now available for marriage or civil ceremonies and we can help you create that dream.
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Our Facilities.At Ta Mill, you can hire the site Hot Tub or Swim Spa. The Vita Hot Tub is situated in a private setting, unusually surrounded by the original stone walling of the waterwheel pit. Climb down into the inviting Hot Tub which is sat on a steel grid above the fantastic vertical walls where a working waterwheel once belonged. Be amazed at the beautiful example of local craftmenship from ages past which is lit up below you or look above at the changing scenes as clouds drift by or marvel at the sky at night- see website for terms and conditions.Nature TrailIndulge your imagination as you absorb the natural beauty and tranquil setting whilst you wander along the picturesque nature walk . Follow the wending stream where all you are likely to hear are kestrels and skylarks, as they soar above. Sit and watch the wildlife ponds which are teeming with life as you relax and recharge in this haven of peace.Start your journey in the orchard, which has been recently replanted with a collection of traditional cornish apple trees. Our peaceful nature trail is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.A babbling brook meanders through the grounds, past the wildlife pond and continues along the picturesque nature trail, which is a DEFRA assigned access, recognised for its archaeological interest and unique setting. This nature trail leads you through a beautiful valley of dramatic stone outcrops and blossoming gorse. In the Spring, the bright yellow gorse and white blossom of the blackthorn contrast with the stunning grey slate rocks. Later in early Summer the hillside is adorned with purple foxgloves and you will discover dainty violets hiding in the undergrowth. After nearly half a mile of wending stream you will be delighted at the discovery of another wildlife pond, playing host to a wealth of pondlife, including dragonflies, striking turquoise damselflies and swallows as they dip and dive across the shimmering water. Otters are a regular visitor to this pond, you will find their 'spraint' on nearby rocks.Along your journey, you will find original granite gateposts, traditional Cornish stone hedging and wonderfully contorted trees that provide a home for mosses and lichen that only grow in pure air. Beyond the pond, there are remains of two ancient stone enclosures which are circular features, best viewed from the hillside. It is not known quite what these enclosures were for or when they were built but we welcome suggestions!If you wish to continue your journey, join the nearby footpath which leads to St. Clether Chapel and its ancient Holywell which is considered to be the most beautifully situated of all shrines in Cornwall.On site facilities include:9 hole pitch 'n' putt set in an acre of meadowland Games Room with table tennis, pool table and gym equipment Free video and DVD library Communal lawns and mature gardens Children's outdoor play areaMarriage or Civil ceremonies in three unique locations now available - why not get married at Ta Mill and celebrate your wedding in a truly unique location, surrounded by countryside, not overlooked by anyone and close to the North Cornish coast.
Beds are made up for your arrival. Hayloft and Millers cottage are 4 star properties. Electricity and heating are fully included in the price. Logs available on site for £3 per night.
Ideally situated for touring Devon and Cornwall, Ta Mill is approx. 50 minutes from Exeter, so why not enjoy a short break for a therapeutic experience ‘away from the madding crowd’ any time of year. You will be within easy reach of the dramatic Heritage coastline of North Cornwall and the untamed beauty of Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor. Explore the hidden coves and pretty fishing villages including Port Isaac and Padstow. Visit the timeless harbour at Boscastle or the mystical castle of King Arthur at Tintagel. Relax on a sheltered sandy beach or take in the stunning views as you follow the coastal path from Bude to Padstow. Enjoy the world famous Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan or visit the wealth of National Trust houses and gardens in the locality.
Within 10 miles•Boscastle and Tintagel – explore the picturesque village of Boscastle with cottages dating back to the 15th Century and stroll along its timeless harbour. A few miles down the coast lies Tintagel, said to be the birthplace of King Arthur, which boasts superb walks with numerous pubs along the way. •Tintagel Castle – a land full of mystic and legend, discover for yourself the rocky headland of Tintagel with King Arthur’s castle. •Crackington Haven – its dramatic cliffs draw many tourists to this lovely spot, close to ‘High Cliff,’ Cornwall’s highest point. While you are there visit nearby hamlet St Gennys and the tiny historic church which has amazing views to Lundy Island. •Bodmin Moor-Explore the crags and combes of Bodmin Moor. Scale the heights of the rugged but beautiful peaks of Roughtor or Brown Willy for a kestrel’s eye view of the moor. Look out for rare plants such as bog orchids and coral necklace and marvel at her mysterious 4000 year old Stannon or Trippet stone circles.•Trethorne Leisure – great entertainment for children and adults alike, Trethorne Leisure offers something for the whole family. •Tamar Otter Park – the Otter Park and Wildlife Centre allows visitors to not just otters (made famous by the legendary Tarka), but also deer, wallabies and many species of birds while walking through the woodlands. •Launceston Steam Railway – step back in time and visit this historic railway, museum and gift shop. Buy a ‘Day Rover’ ticket that will allow you to travel in open or closed carriages around the Kensey Valley and with a train every 50 minutes, there is plenty of time for a picnic stop on route! Within 20 miles•Port Isaac – another beautiful and historic coastal village that offers fantastic walks along the coast or allong the steep and narrow streets. •Bude – Sandy beaches, stone breakwaters and the canalside walks make this an all weather destination with evening concerts and mouth-watering restaurants.•Golitha Falls – a famous beauty spot on the edge of Bodmin Moor, best seen between April and July. •Pencarrow – this magnificent house boasts 50 acres of stunning gardens designed by Sir William Molesworth between 1831 and 1855.•Lanhydrock – this stunning Victorian country house is National Trust owned and provides a great day out for visitors of all ages.