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The Stables originally was the stables for the working horses on the farm and was converted in 2002 and is now an upside down property with 6 bedrooms on the ground floor one twin/double, one double and 4 singles all with quality beds and en-suite with good power showers,loo and wash basin.
Upstairs the Stables Studio has a huge open plan area with at one end a fully fitted kitchen with washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, oven and hob with dining area which looks out onto the farmstead. The other end of the upstairs has 3 leather sofas and flat screen TV .All bed linen and towels are provided. The property is fully oil central heated.
Bodrugan is a unique and well kept secret. It is a family home and working farm with a special welcome to people on holiday who love the coast and the countryside. Sparkling sea and a rolling landscape provide the backdrop for your self-catering cottage holiday. Self-catering cottages at Bodrugan are comfortable and thoughtfully renovated. Reliability is key to your enjoyment so everything is geared towards individuals, honesty, warmth and a happy coastal countryside experience. Watch the cows and sheep in the distance, swim in the indoor, heated pool or fall asleep over a book in the garden while the barbecue smoulders in preparation for cooking your fish from the harbour. Wander through fields to a secluded cove and dabble in the rock pools. Cleanliness and comfort, sparkling bathrooms and gleaming kitchens, good beds, cosy rugs and a contented sigh will be yours on arrival. More details can be seen at www.bodrugan.co.uk
We have been farming here for four generations. We have sheep and a few Dexter cattle. We are custodians of the countryside, love our environment and have three children: architect, ecologist and farmer. Tim studied at Seale Hayne and Sally has a Humanities degree. We live in a beautiful part of the county and have interests in textiles food.
Mr T Kendall purchased this cottage in 1947
Bodrugan is a coastal family farm with an interesting history. We have a tradition of welcoming visitors to this beautiful location with its cottages and barn conversions. There is a delightful walk through the farm to a secluded beach and many other walks from the coastal footpath. The local fishing village is delightful with shops, harbour and restaurants.
Bodrugan has a sense of tranquility where people come to relax and rejuvenate. Beautiful views, fresh air and heated indoor pool enhance the holiday experience. Listed in the Domesday Book Bodrugan has historical significance and an ancient tithe barn dating back to 1675. A sense of history and the gentle rhythm of the farm makes a stay here feel warm and generous.