Our self catering cottages

Traditional self catering cottages furnished to the highest standards

Our traditional and spacious detached cottages – Owl Barn and Fox Den – with their spectacular far-reaching views, are fully double-glazed with oil-fired central heating (between October and May). They are furnished to the highest standards with every modern convenience to ensure your stay is comfortable and relaxing. If you need something that’s missing, just let us know and we’ll do our best to provide it!

Sleep well – simply melt into bed at the end of the day

Luxurious Egyptian cotton linen is provided, with beds made up for your arrival – duvets and pillows that you’ll simply melt into at the end of the day. The night time skies here are so huge and dark you can literally see stars behind the stars – our guests tell us they have never have slept so well!

Truly children-friendly

The cottages have plenty of space to accommodate a cot (or two!) which we have available, together with high chairs and stair gates, to save you valuable space in the car. Socket covers are a standard item, there are nightlights in each cottage and a selection of books and games inside (and outside) to entertain all ages. Our animals are used to the youngest of children (through to the oldest)!

Local art work

Limited edition prints of paintings by local Cornish artists adorn the cottage walls – a glimpse of Cornwall inside and out!

Well equipped self catering cottages

The cottages are so well equipped that many of our guests comment that they’re better equipped than at home! Extra things you might like to bring on your holiday include:

Lovely gardens

Sit in the gardens and read, or simply enjoy the views and the piece and quiet, interrupted only by the gentle murmur of the farm animals (or maybe the odd friendly farm cat, free-range turkey or chicken)! Barbecue facilities are available if you fancy cooking outside. Have a glass of wine (or more!) by the communal ‘fire pit’ and toast marshmallows on the open fire. Watch the sun go down over the fields, and as darkness descends, complement the moonlight by lighting up the lanterns hung in the apple trees or just sit and look up at the stars – it’s simply magical.