Boscastle Holidays Boscastle - -4 top quality Cornish cottages for peaceful all year relaxation-Short breaks available October-end May. Visit website for more pictures,prices, and availability.
Boscastle is set in the centre of some of the most dramatic rugged coastline in Europe. It is often used as a film or TV location and is featured in the popular Doc Martin TV series.There are stunning coastal and cliffpath walks from the cottages, and nearby sandy surfing beaches.
The 4 comfortable well equipped cottages feature private car parking,sun trap gardens with garden furniture, Flatscreen TV with Freeview channels, dvd / cd player. CH, ALL COMPLETELY NON SMOKING.
WIDEACRES Visit Britain 4 * inspected
A semi detached bungalow , sleeping 4, with wide reaching sea and country views, peacefully situated in a country lane, a 5 minute drive from Boscastle.
Enjoy coastal and country walks, including along the scenic Valency valley to Boscastle.
Off road parking for 2 cars. Free Wireless broadband.
All ground floor-
A well equipped kitchen
A lounge-diner, with 3 seater sofa and armchairs, and an open fire.
Bedroom 1 with a double bed
Bedroom 2 with twin beds and a vanity wash basin
Bathroom with bath and over bath power shower.
A lawned garden with children's play area with swings and a slide.
PENROSE Visit Britain 3* inspected
An end terrace modern cottage in a quiet close in Boscastle,offering ideal accommodation for 4 people, situated within walking distance of all village amenities including the Napoleon Inn, and the S.W coastal path.
Off road parking for 2 cars.
On the ground floor-Well equipped kitchen. Shower room with WC. Bedroom with full size twin beds,which can convert into a king size double bed.
Comfortable lounge- diner, with patio doors opening onto a sunny secluded south facing garden with patio.
On the 1st floor- A spacious bedroom with double bed, and a bathroom with bath, and over bath power shower.
OLD DAIRY Visit Britain 4 * inspected
This character cottage sleeping 2 ,dating from about 1860, is peacefully situated on a small working farm one and a half miles from Boscastle , which can easily reached by road, or taking the scenic foot path through the Valency valley.It faces onto a large secluded garden area with a patio.
Off road parking for 1 car. Free Wireless broadband.
All ground floor- A beamed ceiling and exposed stone wall are a feature of the large open plan lounge, kitchen and dining room.
A double bedroom with posture sprung double bed.
Bathroom with bath and over bath shower.
TRESQUARE Visit Britain 4 * inspected
Offering spacious accommodation for up to 8 people, +a cot, this is a luxury detached dormer bungalow with lovely valley and country views. It is delightfully set in its own private large garden , in quiet rural surroundings- Deer and wildlife can often be seen.
Tresquare is located about 200 metres from the coastal path, Boscastle village and the famous Cobweb Inn. There is ample off road parking for up to 4 cars.
On the ground floor-Bedroom 1 with double bed and en-suite facilities with power shower.
Luxury kitchen, including dish washer and fridge-freezer. Utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer.
Large lounge, with open fire and 3 seater sofa, and armchairs, opening onto Sun lounge with stunning views, door opening onto south facing Patio.
On the 1st floor-Bedroom 2- double bed, and vanity wash basin
Bedroom 3-family sized with a double bed, and 2 single beds.
Family bathroom, with a bath,wash basin and WC.
•Highcliff - at 731ft, the highest cliff in Cornwall, with marvellous views and sunsets
•Rocky Valley, with its Neolithic carvings
•King Arthur's Castle at Tintagel
•Bossiney Cove - another sandy beach with a waterfall, caves and rockpools
•St Nectan's Glen with its 60ft high waterfall
•Crackington or Trebarwith's sandy beaches - ideal for surfing, swimming or exploring the rock pools
Activities available nearby:
•Water-skiing or sailing at Rock, on the Camel estuary
•Horse riding, coarse fishing, rock climbing, golfing
•Discovering the wild rugged scenery of Bodmin Moor
•Exploring the South-West Coastal Path
•Hiring bikes to explore the Camel Trail between Bodmin and Padstow, where TV chef Rick Stein has his famous restaurant
Trips further afield:
•The Eden Project
•The Lost Gardens of Heligan
•National Trust properties and gardens
•The Tate Gallery at St lves
All of these and many others are about an hour's drive away, and the whole of Cornwall and Devon are easily accessible for a day out.