Property code: 43994
Converted barn sleeping eight, one of two properties situated on the owner’s working farm near to the Tamar Lakes area and close to the Devon/Cornwall border.
Offering delightful self-catering accommodation for up to eight guests, this beautifully converted reverse-level former barn is set on a working farm just a few miles from the stunning north coast of Cornwall. Making a fabulous holiday home for a larger family or a group of friends seeking a tranquil rural getaway, the cottage features a private hot tub and a games room. You can also help out on the farm with feeding animals or taking tractor rides. The local area offers some gorgeous walks, with nature reserves and lakes nearby, and opportunities for activities including walking, riding, fishing and water sports.
Entering this pretty holiday home, head upstairs where you will find the tastefully decorated main living area which retains many original features including wood beams in the vaulted ceiling, wooden flooring and exposed brickwork. The attractive lounge/diner makes a lovely space to unwind or enjoy a family meal, complete with plenty of seating and TV/DVD so you can curl up with a good book or catch up with a favourite TV show. An additional dining area – perfect for breakfast – can be found in the stylishly designed and fully equipped kitchen. There’s further room to sit back: the snug room, which is located on a mezzanine level and has a selection of books and games and makes a great space for kids to play. Going back downstairs, there are four tastefully furnished and soothingly decorated bedrooms on the ground floor: two of the three cosy double rooms have doors leading outside, as does the charming twin room which also has an en-suite shower room. The stylish games room has a pool table, Smart TV, fridge and a selection of toys and games. Heading outside, the enclosed shingle back garden features a lovely private hot tub for you to luxuriate in. A decked area to the front of the cottage has some outdoor furniture and a BBQ. You’re also welcome to explore the farm and meet some of the resident animals. Ample off-road parking is available.