Barnwell Cottage is simply one of the most stunning Cornish Cottages in the County.
Sitting proudly in the magical village of Cubert, with it's beautiful vaulted ceilings, huge inglenook fireplaces and light and airy bedrooms, the cottage oozes romance and history.
Having been sympathetically renovated using a variety of traditional techniques, the cottage is able to boast a number of original features, whilst also offering the comfort and class of a truly special family home. *Dog friendly
With three large double bedrooms, two modern bathrooms and multiple lounge areas, Barnwell Cottage is well equipped and exclusively available for up to 6 guests. The kitchen-diner-snug makes a great social space, while the lounge is as cosy and comfortable as you'll find.
Whether you're snuggling up next to one of the two huge log burners, or you're sunning yourself on one of the private lawns, its impossible not to feel the comfort this cottage offers.
Cook for yourself in our large open plan country kitchen, or ask us for some hints and tips on the best local eateries. Cornwall is fast becoming a foodie heaven and there are many gorgeous pubs and restaurants in the area, offering exquisite local produce at very reasonable prices.
Commanding a prime location on the north Cornwall coast, Cubert is nestled comfortably between the renowned village of Crantock and the beautiful Holywell Bay. From the hidden secret beaches to the rugged cornish coastpath, deep within 'Poldark Country', the surrounding landscape is breathtaking.
For those interested in keeping active, the opportunities are endless. From dog walks and beach strolls, to surf lessons and extreme coasteering; the area is great for outdoor activities.
-Unlimited Superfast Broadband (WiFi)
-49" Sony 4K HD Smart TV
-ITV Player, BBC iPlayer, More 4
-BT TV + BT Sport
-Sonos Sound System
-Underfloor Heating in Bathrooms
-Electric Velux Roof Windows
-Bed linen, bath towels.
-Beach towels (summer season)
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Key original features of the Cottage dating back circa. 200 years:
- 2x large Inglenook fireplaces
- Original timber lintels
- Clome oven
- Exposed beams, rafters and 'A' frames
- Original slate floor
No dogs allowed on the soft furnishings.