Holiday Homes near Launceston, Cornwall, England - Rural Location Ideally Situated For Exploring Cornwall
A 16th Century Cornish manor house with stylishly converted comfortable barns. Within 25 acres of stunning pasture bordered by the River Lynher on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Peaceful rural location, yet 5 minutes from the A30 giving easy access to both coasts as well as the wild beauty of the moor. Outdoor play area with trampoline, overground pool, and large sand-box. Ponies, goats, dogs and cats add to the cheerful rustic feel- guests' well behaved pets are most welcome by arrangement. As well as dogs we have had ponies (definitely by arrangement!) cats, hamsters and even caged birds. All properties have washing machines, dishwashers, microwaves. TV/DVD players etc, and either open fires or woodburning stoves.
Details for holiday Dairy Sleeps 4 (2 Bedrooms), 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, 1 Bathroom
The high raftered upstairs living area has been imaginatively designed with well appointed kitchen and comfortable furnishings. A woodburner complements the efficient heating system and lends atmosphere.
Downstairs the double and twin rooms reprise the simple yet comfortable 'Provencale' feel of the living area, with painted furniture and printed fabrics. The bathroom has a bath with shower over.
Outside, the individual deck with garden furniture and barbecue overlooks a large communal lawned area, leading to the play area, paddocks and glorious walks through the pastures to the river some ten minutes away.
About the Owner
I (Carey Bruton) live at Trevadlock Manor with my husband Mickey and two children, Rory (18) and Lucy (16) and our menagerie of animals, Willy the dog (pointer/Vizsla cross - our 3rd child), two cats, two horses, two pygmy goats and two geckos! I grew up in Cornwall and Mickey who's originally from Essex came to know it and love Cornwall he's as much a local as I am. We all love this area of Cornwall on the edge of the moor in a completely unspoilt part yet within easy reach of both north and south coasts. It is our aim that guests who stay in our 4 star dog friendly accommodation set in 25 acres, get the most out of their holiday and see and enjoy the best that the county has to offer. We therefore are happy to recommend places to visit, eat, drink, walk, run, ride, sail, surf etc.
From the Owner
“Mickey and I fell in love with the land as much as we did with the house. I grew up on the South Coast of Cornwall approx. 45 minutes away, which is beautiful too but very busy. Neither of us knew this area at all and we continue to be particularly struck by how unspoilt it really is. Visitors tend to hammer on past on their way to the coast and this part is overlooked. As a result it retains a magical forgotten quality - as Cornwall used to be I imagine. The land is particularly beautiful, meadows roll steeply down to the River Lynher which trickles along sleepily in the valley. Magnificent oaks dot the valley, wild hedges, green lanes & woods eventually open up onto the moor. Despite being so remote it's only 1.1/2 miles from the A30 and easy to reach every part of Cornwall.”
Activity and Interests
Nearest beaches approximately 30-45 mins drive. You have the choice of rugged North Coast, or sheltered sandy coves on the South Coast.
Sample beaches (N):
Trebarwith Strand- glorious if tidal beach. Surfing/swimming/pubs.
Bude/Widemouth-good at any tide. Surfing/swimming.
Polzeath- surfing/swimming/trendy Londoners.
Newquay- serious surf (try the Cribbar)/party/clubbing
Sample beaches (S):
Fowey (Readymoney, Polkerris, Lantic)-swimming/rock pools.
Newquay airport- 1 hr.
Exeter airport- 1 hr.
Plymouth airport- 1 hr.
Plymouth ferryport (Roscoff; Santander)- 1hr.
Exeter train station- 1 hr.
Liskeard/Bodmin train stations- 30 mins.
Use of car essential for local travel; assistance/advice can be given with airport etc. pickups.
Local villages with pubs, shops etc.: Lewannick/North Hill- 2 miles.
Local town- Launceston 7 miles. In town and supermarket shopping, banks etc. Museums, ancient church, Norman Castle. Restaurants, takeaways, pubs.
Bodmin Moor- 1 mile.
Variety of local pubs within 5 miles, from basic to gastronomic.
Shopping, Banks etc Launceston (7 miles).
Walking- Bodmin Moor (right here), North and South Coast paths 30-45 mins drive.
Riding- variety of establishments within 10 miles offering school instruction to moorland hacking.
Sailing- open sea: Fowey (45 mins). Reservoir/Lake: Siblyback/Roadford (20 mins). Instruction and boat hire available.
Surfing- Bude/Polzeath (45 mins). Instruction and equipment hire.
Fishing- trout/salmon. Variety of rivers centred on Lifton (10 miles). Dependent on water, very basic brown trout fishing in our stream. Reservoir trout fishing- (10 miles).
Detailed information available on request from the owner.
Additional pricing information
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Contact owners by phone or email per Trevadlock website contact details.
Booking deposit, 30%. Balance payable 6 weeks in advance of holiday. Payment by cheque or bank transfer- account details supplied at time of booking. Cancellation insurance available. All terms and conditions per Trevadlock website. While properties are normally let individually, the owners welcome larger groups, for whom the substantial living area in the West Wing offers an ideal space for informal gatherings or meals.
Changeover normally Friday for West Wing and Lambs' Barn, Saturday for Dairy and Granary. Can be flexible for out of season bookings.
Arrival time 4pm.
Departure time 10am.
Arrival/Departure may be flexible based on occupancy.
Notes on prices:
Prices for Unit 4 are for maximum occupancy. Pricing for smaller parties available on application.
Prices for short periods in all properties also available on application.
Periodically special offers may apply.
30% Booking Deposit, balance payable six weeks in advance of holiday. Payment accepted by bank transfer or cheque, or as otherwise agreed.
- Available arrival
From the Owner
“All our properties are characterful and comfortable. The wing of the house has ample space for relaxing and entertaining, and its unique atmosphere owes much to its Swedish interior designers. The cottages are converted from a row of C19th barns, and the upstairs living areas, mostly open to the rafters, are particularly light and airy. To those who know the moor, this side is considered to be the most interesting, with dramatic Tors and a plethora of interesting historic sites to take in as you walk ancient green lanes and footpaths. We sail on the South Coast, surf on the North- within half an hour either way. We are struck by the number of guests who comment how easy it is to get anywhere from here- and how nice it is to get back. Some people never seem to leave the place.”
Pool / Spa
- Outdoor Pool
- Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
Learn more about this holiday rental at the owner's website
- Notes on accommodation: Cots and high chairs are available for all properties. For smaller parties, Lambs' Barn pricing is negotiable. Outside: Each property has its own individual lawned or decked area with garden furniture and barbecue equipment. The West Wing garden area is contained within a courtyard, and separate from the cottages. The cottages share a large lawned area. All properties have access (with adult supervision) to communal play areas, including trampoline (14ft diameter), overground pool (14ft diameter, 3 ft deep) and sand-box (8ft by 8ft.) A gate from the garden area leads into pony paddock with goat enclosure, and from there the open fields lead down to the beautiful Lynher valley, with riverside tipi, rope swings etc.