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Unique & Quirky Medieval Period Farmhouse In Idyllic Rural Cornish Countryside. - The Tudor Wing Sleeps 5 (2 Bedrooms)

Bedrooms 2
Property type farmhouse
Minimum Stay 0 - 7 nights
Popular Features
  • Fireplace
  • Barbecue
  • Washing Machine
  • Internet
  • Parking



The Tudor Wing Sleeps 5 (2 Bedrooms)

Sleeps 5. 2 bedroom farmhouse. The Tudor Wing is the 'modern extension' built in 1579, a fact carved in granite on the lintel of the main window in the parlour. It has very large spacious and airy rooms and contained the grand 'withdrawing' rooms and main bedroom when built. The bedrooms are reached by a wide slate turret staircase - one could almost imagine Rapunzel waiting for her Prince at the top! The twin room is accessed through the main bedroom and has a new for 2017 en suite. The main bathroom including a shower, is downstairs. The Tudor wing sleeps a maximum of 5 with a double and new for 2017 sofa bed in the large family room and twin beds in the other room which boasts a garde robe (an early toilet) now converted into a wardrobe. Although it will sleep 5 it is equally suitable for 2 people and a discount is given for couples staying there. It is a quiet, peaceful, off the beaten track place for a romantic break!

About the property


Cullacott is a Grade 1 listed medieval Hall House situated in peaceful countryside near the Devon and Cornwall border. It is situated in a cobbled courtyard on a small working farm which has been in the family for 5 generations and commands splendid panoramic views over the Ottery Valley. The restoration of the property jointly won the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors' National Building Conservation award for best restored house. Its sensitive restoration has ensured the house has preserved its basic simplicity and yet great care has been taken to provide every comfort for the visitor. There are two self-contained units, the Longhouse and the Tudor Wing, both with entrances onto the cobbled courtyard and with a large garden and sunny terrace overlooking the fields running down to the river.

Mary Cole
Member since: 2014
Speaks English
Calendar last updated:
13 April, 2018

About Mary Cole

My family have lived at Cullacott Farm for over 100 years so we know every crook and cranny of the houses and of the surrounding land. We live on site so are available at all times to help guests in whatever way we can. We love the area in which we live and are eager for our guests to get the most out of their holiday with us by not only offering a unique building to stay in but also by using our local knowledge to inform them of events happening locally and interesting things to do to suit all tastes.

Mary Cole purchased this farmhouse in 1910

Why Mary Cole chose Werrington

As mentioned in my profile, my family have lived at Cullacott Farm for over 100 years.

It is situated on the Southern side of the beautiful river Ottery valley with fantastic views of the countryside.

It is in an ideal position for exploring both Devon and Cornwall, with Launceston the ancient capital of Cornwall just 3 miles away.

What makes this farmhouse unique

Cullacott farmhouse is a Grade 1 listed medieval Hall House on a small working farm and provides stunning unique self catering holiday accommodation. There are big airy rooms with huge open fireplaces, slate floors downstairs and polished wooden floors upstairs, a quirky maze of rooms and staircases with a medieval Great Hall in which to dine, maybe by candlelight, imagining oneself to be the Lord of the Manor or his Lady wife. Around every corner there is an historic feature yet the property is well equipped for 21st century living.

Enjoy the freedom to roam the farmland and surrounding area with walks along our lanes to the river or the woods taking in the abundance of wildlife.

Available Rentals

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Changeover Day:
Saturday is the preferred changeover day but there is some flexibility, please speak to us to discuss options.
Guests may arrive after 3 pm at start of holiday and are asked to vacate the premises by 10.30 am on day of departure.


Accommodation and facilities for The Tudor Wing Sleeps 5 (2 Bedrooms)in Werrington in Cornwall

Property Type:
  • farmhouse
  • Self-catering
House Rules:
  • Max. occupancy: 5
  • pets considered
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
Location Type:
  • rural
  • Away From It All
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Fireplace
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating ...
  • Internet
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided
  • Living Room
  • Parking ...
  • Towels Provided
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Dishwasher
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave
  • Oven ...
  • Refrigerator
  • Hob ...
  • Toaster
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 6 people
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Bathroom 1 - Toilet , Bath (no shower) , Shower Enclosure
  • New for 2017 is an en suite in the twin bedroom.
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 5
  • Bedroom 2 - 2 Single Bed , Bedroom 2 has 2 single beds
    Bedroom 1 - 1 Double Bed , 1 Sofa bed/Futon , New for 2017 is the sofa bed
  • Books
  • DVD Player
  • Games
  • Stereo
  • Television
  • Toys ...
  • Boat ...
  • Terrace ...
  • Golf ...
  • Kayak / Canoe ...
  • Garden ...
  • Barbecue
  • Tennis ...
  • Water Sports Gear ...
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Onsite Services:
  • Massage
  • churches
  • library
  • museums
  • playground
  • recreation centre
  • restaurants
Leisure Activities:
  • bird watching
  • horse riding
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • fitness centre
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • equestrian events
  • fishing
  • fly fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • golf pass optional
  • swimming
  • tennis
Notes on accommodation: The 2 units may be booked together then the whole property can be opened up giving accommodation for groups of up to 12 people enabling them to enjoy and experience the delights of both units. Outside: There is a large shared garden with impressive herbaceous borders and a sunny terrace with garden furniture, barbecues and some games. Guests are free to roam the farmland and surrounding areas with walks along our lanes to the river and woods. Children, if supervised, can have great fun playing in the river - fishing, sailing little boats, even rafting, picnicking or just watching wildlife. Adults could simply sit quietly watching for otters, kingfishers, damsel flies or dragon flies, even the odd heron which local villagers guard their pond fish from. Guests can walk through our traffic free private lane to the nearby Otter Park where there are otters, varieties of deer, owls and other little animals to see.


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(5 traveller reviews)

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average rating of 4.2 based on 5 reviews

Step back in time for a week

  • 5 of 5

One of our daughters chose the Tudor wing for us to stay in for our week in Cornwall. We did a lot of travelling around Devon & Cornwall - the location near Launceton is quite central.

We appreciated the accommodation: quiet, clean, secure but also historic. Mary (the owner) gave us a tour and introduction to the history of the place. She was attentive throughout our stay. There is all you need for a quiet week; do note that there is no internet access but we felt we could have a week without the internet. By the way the mobile phone signal is weak & erratic so don't hope for networking in this location!

Mind your head on the low lintels! Take care with those stairs, especially if you have to go down to the bathroom in the night.

Lovely to see the sparrows and house martins just outside.

One of our daughters can play the piano so we enjoyed her playing the harmonium.

Our youngest still misses Bruno (the owners' dog).

  • Review Submitted: 21-Aug-2016
  • Date of Stay: July 2016
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thank you for writing a review of your stay and giving potential guests a flavour of our unique historic house. We are considering having broadband installed for next year but the mobile phone coverage is beyond our control!!
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Characterful, charming and welcoming

  • 5 of 5

Can't fault this gem of a place. We loved the sense of history and the peace and tranquility of its location despite being only a short drive from the A30. We were warmly welcomed by the owners and all needs were adequately catered for. We would highly recommend a stay and will hope to one day return.

  • Review Submitted: 01-Apr-2016
  • Date of Stay: March 2016
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: We do our best to make our guests stay a happy and memorable one, so are encouraged by comments such as this.
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A unique property 5 mins drive from launceston, ideally situated to explore the north coast

  • 4 of 5

We visited the tudor wing in spring with our young kids and their grandparents, & since the building has no central heating, being grade1 listed etc, they found it very cold on arrival. There was half a bag of wood left by the fire but no matches or lighter etc.

once the fire was lit (with paper lit from the oven grill) it warmed up a bit, but this is a big house. The storage heaters were dwarved by the property and really did little to cut through the chill.

We were a bit put out by the (upstairs) twin bedroom having no route to the (downstairs) bathroom other than through the master bedroom too.

In all, our arrival felt a bit like a cameo in Withnail and I.

However once we'd adapted our 21st century expectations we really did enjoy the place.

It's a huge space, from the working melodian in the lounge (apologies to the neighbours for the medieval starwars medley) to the working farm on site. Our daughter would never have witnessed ewes giving birth to lambs at a travel lodge.

The kitchen was fully modern, & well equipped.

All the rooms had what they needed and more, including a lovely big dining table in the lounge and a giant victorian dolls house in the master bedroom.

The boiler worked very well so with good use of the boost button it was possible to warm up with lovely hot bath.

The beds were all very comfortable.

John and Mary originally aimed to charge us extra for the extra person (our 10mnth old son) but in the end they didn't, perhaps because we purchased 2 extra sacks of logs. They even left us a perfectly baked lemon drizzle cake in the kitchen on arrival.

In all our stay was memorable, and despite our somewhat clunky adapting period we really loved it in the end, & will be going back if we can.

I wouldn't recommend staying here if you expect standard stop gap accommodation, since this place will demand to be the main event.

If you seek a unique and memorable holiday however, you'd struggle to beat it. Just remember, if its not in summer bring extra blankets!

  • Review Submitted: 29-Mar-2016
  • Date of Stay: March 2016
  • Source: Owners Direct, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: We are grateful for such a detailed review and appreciate the time and effort taken to write it. We work within the confines of our very special Grade 1 listed building so cannot change the layout of the rooms but will endeavour to ensure guests are aware of this and of the downstairs bathroom. A fire is always laid in with enough wood for the first day and matches left nearby. On this occasion we are sorry to have missed the lack of matches but as we live on site would have provided a replacement box had we been asked. The price issue was nothing whatsoever to do with the number of guests staying in the property. It was because the amount was incorrectly calculated initially and was not noticed by us until too late and emailed our guests to explain this. We had hoped to recoup the additional amount personally before our guests left the premises but in the interests of customer relations decided not to pursue the matter.
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Wirklich historisch

  • 2 of 5

Das Cottage war wirklich sehr ruhig und ländlich gelegen; ohne die freundliche Anfahrtsbeschreibung der Vermieter hätten wir sicherlich Schwierigkeiten gehabt, das Haus zu finden (trotz Navi). Bei Ankunft hat uns ein hervorragender Zitronenkuchen der Vermieterin erwartet und uns wurde die Ferienimmobilie vorgestellt und viele Tipps gegeben, was wir als Familie mit Kindern unternehmen können. Hierüber haben wir uns sehr gefreut. Das Vermieterehepaar war immer sehr freundlich und hilfsbereit. Warum wir trotzdem nur zwei Sterne vergeben:

Die Ferienwohnung ist wirklich historisch und wenn man dies erwartet und mag, sicherlich nahezu perfekt. Dies bedeutet, dass ein jahrhundertealtes Cottage vor einigen Jahren saniert wurde. Trotz der aufwendigen Sanierung riecht es im gesamten Cottage sehr muffig und feucht; auch der Geruch in den Schränken war für uns so unangenehm, dass wir unsere Wäsche lieber ausserhalb des Schrankes im geschlossenen Koffer liessen. Sämtliche Möbel und Teppiche waren ebenfalls sehr alt und abgewohnt und rochen auch so. Die Waschmaschine, die in einem Nebenraum aussen war, war nicht benutzbar, da darüber ein Vogelpaar ein Nest gebaut hatte und sie daher mit Vogelkot stark verschmutzt war (hierüber hat uns der Vermieter vor Ort informiert). Das im 1.Stock neu eingerichtete Bad war sehr sauber, aber roch stark nach Plastik/Kunststoff. Ins Internet konnten wir uns über das angebotene W-LAN zwar einloggen, aber eine Internetverbindung konnte nicht aufgebaut werden. Aufgrund der ländlichen Lage war ein mobiles Internet nicht verfügbar.

Wer gerne "historisch" wohnen möchte, ist hier sicherlich richtig. Wir haben uns aufgrund des Geruchs und Mobiliars im Erdgeschoss nicht wohlgefühlt.

  • Review Submitted: 31-Oct-2017
  • Date of Stay: July 2017
  • Source: Fewo Direkt, from HomeAway
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Wundervoll und liebevoll restauriertes altes Haus, super Ausstattung und guter Komfort

  • 5 of 5

Wir haben unserern Aufenthalt im Tudor Wing sehr genossen. Als wir abends spät ankamen wurden wir herzlich begrüßt, sogar ein gebackener Kuchen erwartete uns. Wir fanden es toll, dass so gut geheizt wurde, bei dem zu Beginn doch sehr englischen oder cornischen Wetter sehr angenehm. Die Ausstattung der Küche war perfekt, alles funktionierte gut, die Kleinigkeiten die man zu Beginn so braucht waren vorhanden, so dass man nicht zuerst in einen Supermarkt musste.

Wir fanden es toll, dass wir auch die Möglichkeit hatten den anderen Teil des Hauses, der noch älter war als unserer zu besichtigen und uns die Geschichte des Hauses erklärt wurde. Mary Cole und ihr Mann sind sehr liebenswürdige nette Menschen. Jederzeit offen für eine Frage. Die Lage mit dem Blick übers Moor war toll. Bei besserem Wetter hätte wir auch gern gegrillt.

Sollten wir erneut nach Cornwall reisen, würden wir uns freuen, wieder bein den Coles im Collicott Cottage zu übernachten.

Jutta und Klemens, Moritz (16) und Tim (14)

  • Review Submitted: 31-Aug-2017
  • Date of Stay: August 2017
  • Source: Fewo Direkt, from HomeAway
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Nearest Airport
40 Miles
Newquay or Exeter
Nearest Barpub
1 Miles
Langdon Cross, local public house
Nearest Ferry
23 Miles
Nearest Golf
2 Miles
Launceston Golf Course
Nearest Train
18 Miles
Liskeard (Plymouth & Exeter are larger stations)
Nearest Motorway
3 Miles
A30 dual carriageway off the M5
Nearest Restaurant
1 Miles
Langdon Cross, local public house
Nearest Beach
15 Miles
Widemouth Bay
Car: necessary


The majestic North Cornwall beaches of Bude, Widemouth Bay, Crackington Haven, Trebarwith, Sandymouth, Duckpool are a 20 minute to 30 minute drive away.


The nearest airport is Exeter and the nearest channel port is Plymouth. The use of a car is essential.


We are 1 mile from the village of Yeolmbridge and 3 miles from Launceston.