Luxury properties across the UK
Encompassing Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and Somerset, the South West is one of the most popular cottage holiday destinations in the UK. Boasting some of the most unspoilt countryside and coastline in the UK, it is easy to see why booking holiday cottages in the South West is so popular. Read More
The North West England region is home to the counties of Cheshire, Cumbria and Lancashire, each with their own unique qualities that draw in international visitors. The region is steeped in history as well as popular tourist attractions making it a popular destination to visit all year round. Read More
Highlands of Scotland
Borders & The Lothians
Perthshire, Fife & Tayside
Skye & The Hebrides
Grampian & Speyside
The UK is blessed with some of the most beautiful and diverse National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty anywhere in the world. For us, these stretch from Isles of Scilly holiday cottages in the south to the very tip of Scotland. The largest of these is the Lake District but there are well over 50 in total. Read More
Manor is perfect for a family as it sleeps 6 guests in total comfort in 3 spacious bedrooms. This is a modern cottage with a large open plan living area upstairs, with fantastic views over the countryside down to the sea.
Facilities on the complex include Hot tub, tennis court, heated outdoor pool (Easter-end September), children's games room, play area on site.
Just 10 minutes from the coast the property is perfectly located to explore North Cornwall and North Devon. The seaside town of Bude is just a short drive away and there is so much to see and do in this part of Cornwall including: fabulous beaches, try some surfing, kayaking or other watersports, maybe a game of golf by the sea or a bracing walk on the nearby SW coastal path.
Manor has a small balcony with space to sit and admire the view. There is a larger patio downstairs in front of the cottage, with outside furniture. There is a gate to the balcony to stop small children and dogs escaping! The downstairs patio is not fenced off.
There are three bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor. The main bedroom has a kingsize bed and ensuite shower room. There is a second double bedroom and a twin bedroom. All bedrooms have blackout blinds or curtains. The bathroom has a shower over the bath.
First Floor Description
You enter the cottage from the first floor balcony. This leads into a spacious open plan living area with woodburner. The seating area is tucked away around the corner while the dining area looks out across the countryside. The kitchen is fully equipped including dishwasher, fridge freezer, electric oven, gas hob and washing machine.
Window Views Description
Manor has some of the best views on site. The living area and balcony look out across the countryside to the coast at Widemouth Bay.
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Our local town. 10 minutes away. Bude is a small seaside town with independent shops and cafes. There are two beaches and the Bude Sea Pool. Walk along the cliffs from one beach to another. Explore the area around the Wharf where you can visit the heritage centre in the Castle, cross over the canal at the sea lock and take a walk along the Breakwater. Hire a pedalo or rowing boat and go inland along the canal.Visit Website
Explore the harbour and the village. Take in the views from the coastal path, or wander back inland along the River Valency. Plenty of places to eat, from pasties to pubs. Boscastle Farm Shop on the road back up to the A39 is also worth a visit.Visit Website
Explore the ruined castle and learn about King Arthur. Currently closed (July 2019) for construction of a footbridge which will improve access.Visit Website
About 50 minutes - 1 hour away. Definitely worth a visit, especially outside school holidays when it is quieter. We love it in the winter when the ice rink is open and you can warm up afterwards in the tropical biome.Visit Website
Rocky Valley and St Nectan's Glen
Explore the spectacular scenery between Boscastle and Tintagel. Rocky Valley is owned by the National Trust - you can extend the walk to take in the coastal path above Bossiney Haven too. St Nectan's Glen is privately owned and there is a charge to visit the waterfall - well worth it. The cafe at the top of the path is also worth a visit.Visit Website
Eating and Drinking
Just down through the village and across the A39, the Weir is a modern child-friendly bistro.Visit Website
Life's a Beach
A popular Bude restaurant and bar overlooking Summerleaze Beach.Visit Website
The village pub, 10 minute walk down the lane. Not currently serving food, but you are welcome to take a take-away.Visit Website
Sporting Attractions and Activities
Huge range on offer, Try coasteering, surfing, kayaking from lots of local providers.Visit Website
Bude golf club
Bude's golf course, by the sea.Visit Website
Big Dunk's - paintballing, laser-tag, splat ball, combat archery
About 30 mins away, near Camelford. Accredited venue, run by a friendly man who tries to make sure everyone has fun.Visit Website
Lots of watersports on the lake, ride around on your bike.Visit Website
Broomhill Manor Stables
Friendly nearby stables offering pony rides, lessons and cliff top rides (cliffs for experienced adult riders).Visit Website
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