Mill Corner is a superb barn conversion with private garden and BBQ area set in a courtyard of five other cottages. This beautiful rural spot nestled in the Ruthern Valley is less than 10 miles away from the stunning north coast of Cornwall and a short drive from Bodmin Moor. There are plenty of walks meandering through the Cornish countryside or with stunning views from the coastal footpath of glistening, sandy beaches or coves tucked in against dramatic cliffs ravaged by the Atlantic rollers.
This delightful stone barn conversion offers a spacious living area on the first floor with a fully fitted kitchen, 2 bathrooms with shower above and 2 tastefully decorated bedrooms. The property has its own private enclosed garden with a garden room, but also shares the communal courtyard at the front.Mill Corner is beautifully presented by the owners who have spent considerable time creating an absolutely delightful place to stay in this amazingly peaceful location. The Ruthern Valley is one of Cornwall's hidden gems where leafy woodland overhangs quite country lanes in a little visited area. It is so quiet, yet just a 10 minute drive to the centre of Wadebridge and within 1/2 hour of countless beaches, attractions and places to visit on both north and south Cornish coasts.AccommodationGround floor: Enters into hallway with door leading to twin bedroom (zip and link beds can also be made into a super king size double) with en suite bathroom with WC. French doors lead from the bedroom out into a large private garden. Also accessed from the hallway are the stairs leading to:First floor: Landing at the top of the stairs with doors leading to: double bedroom (5ft bed) with en suite bathroom with bath and shower above. Also from the landing is a door leading to large open plan living area including fully fitted kitchen, lounge with wood burning stove and dining area and separate WC.Exterior: Private enclosed garden to rear, shared courtyard at front with exterior furniture and BBQ facilities. Parking in designated bays.Facilities & Services Heating is via electric radiators and the woodburning stove. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of units. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine/tumble dryer. The lounge area has a digital TV & DVD player, CD & Radio. There is free WiFi at the property. There is an iron, ironing board, cot and high chair.Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included. Mill Corner has a woodburning stove and your first bag of logs is provided free of charge. Up to 2 dogs may stay at the cottage free of charge (more upon arrangement - please call us), although please remember that you cannot leave dogs unattended alone in the cottage. Strictly no smoking is allowed. There is off road parking for up to two cars.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is normally a Saturday.Short breaks are available as last minute bookings or during the off season.£200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.Discounts available for couples staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using one room only.
Withiel is situated about 5 miles from Wadebridge and 15 miles from both Newquay and Padstow. The Atlantic Coast of Cornwall offers some of the most picturesque and breathtaking scenery in the country with golden sandy beaches at 25 locations within 20 miles from Mill Cottage; these include Crantock, Fistral, Perranporth, Polzeath and Watergate Bay. Most of these are patrolled by RNLI lifeguards during the summer season. The coastal footpath delivers some stunning walks and incredible views through this dramatic section of coastline. Hustyns, the luxury spa and resort centre, is only 10 minutes away by car and offers day passes to the gym and swimming pool as well as a variety of beauty and spa treatments. There is also a first class restaurant. The golf courses of St Enodoc and Trevose are within easy reach.These days Newquay's excellent surfing waters are the town's main industry, whereas it once used to be a major export port for the county's mining efforts as well as a north coast port for pilchard fisheries. Fistral Beach holds many surfing competitions throughout the year, and also hosts Run to the Sun over May Bank holiday, a VW and Custom Car Show. Both the Women's and Men's Gig Championships are held here, as is a balloon festival and surf and lifesaving events. Newquay Zoo now houses 130 different species in sub tropical gardens in the centre of the town.Neighbouring Watergate Bay and The Extreme Academy offers you a 'ski resort on a beach' and a plethora of activities to keep even the most active occupied. Fifteen Cornwall, founded by Jamie Oliver in 2002, sits on top of the two mile beach at Watergate offering inspirational views for the young chefs and professionals to create fantastic menus from local and seasonal produce. The Lappa Valley Steam Railway just outside Newquay offers both the old and young an interesting day out. Newquay Airport has made the north coast one of the easiest places in Cornwall to get to, with regular flights from various locations across the UK. The town also has an Aquarium, a Waterworld and numerous immensely pretty beaches for the less active. Trerice, run by the National Trust and 3 miles outside of the town, is an Elizabethan manor house and garden with restricted winter opening times.Wadebridge, once a market town, is now more widely known as being part of The Camel Trail, the cycle route out to Padstow from the depths of Bodmin Moor on the old tramway route. You can hire a bike at the start of the trail and cycle to Padstow, now famous for being home to Rick Stein's The Seafood Restaurant, amongst others which the celebrity chef owns in the town. From Padstow you could take a boat trip across the Camel Estuary to Rock and lounge on the beautiful beach that stretches all the way around to Daymer Bay. The National Lobster Hatchery neighbours Rick Stein's empire in Padstow.The Royal Cornwall Show ground at Wadebridge hosts the county show every June, come rain or shine, and is opened each year by a member of the Royal Family. Cornish farmers have had to diversify in recent years and so has the Show, but they have kept their traditional roots with steam engines being shown next to the shiny new high-tech tractors. It's not every day you get to see formation JCB digger dancing in the main ring. The National Trust have three properties nearby - Lanhydrock House, Trerice and Carnewas & Bedruthan Steps. Slightly further afield is the Eden Project in St Austell, famously built in a disused china clay pit.
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