Self-catering cottage - Haywain

Self-catering cottage - Haywain from Park Farm Cottages

By: Park Farm Cottages  09/09/2009
Keywords: holiday accommodation, self-catering, self catering holiday cottages

Haywain is the ground floor of the old farmhouse and sleeps 4 people.  At the rear is a patio and garden overlooking magnificent sea views
Park Farm Cottages are situated in the quiet village of at the top of Trebarwith Valley which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
There are breath-taking panoramic sea views over Port Isaac Bay and Trebarwith Strand.  Trewarmett consists largely of traditional slate built cottages, which were built to house farm workers and the quarrymen who worked in the slate quarries around this area. The village inn, where you can enjoy a meal or quiet drink, is a 2 minute walk away.  to view a satellite image of the location on Google Maps.
When we renovated the derelict buildings, to maximise living space, we converted the old farmhouse into 2 self-contained split levels which we call Haywain (the lower level) and Crowsnest (the upper level). They are built of local slate in the traditional Cornish style and have been lovingly restored by us, adding the modern conveniences without, we hope, spoiling their traditional charm. Facilities include free wireless Broadband Internet, Sky Digital TV and DVD/VCR/radio/CD players.
, the lower floor of the old farmhouse, sleeps up to 4 people in a double bedroom and a twin bedroom. The conservatory leads into the well-equipped farm kitchen/diner. The lounge has an open slate fireplace, where you can enjoy a log fire. There is also a family bathroom and utility room.  Haywain has a private garden and patio with garden furniture and barbecue, which overlooks fantastic views of the valley and coastline. Both the conservatory and double bedroom also enjoy the fantastic sea views.
Less than 1 mile down the valley from the cottages is - a beautiful sandy surf beach.  About 1 mile from the cottages lies Tintagel, with its world famous castle, which legend tells to be the home of King Arthur of Camelot.  The legend is also celebrated in King Arthur's Great Hall, built in the 1930's by an eccentric millionare. Also in Tintagel is "The Old Post Office" - a 14th century manor house and the 900 year old Parish Church of St. Materiana on Glebe cliffs - a fantastic walk from the Cottages.
There are loads of great walks literally on the doorstep with stunning coastal views, through woodland, past ancient churches or across rugged moorland.  See our website for a number of from Park Farm and for lots more information about the many such as surfing, fishing, and enjoying the local wildlife. See our wesite

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