Lanhydrock Barn (Lanhydrock) sleeps a maximum of 4 people.
Tucked away in rural Cornwall, Lanhydrock Barn provides the perfect base for exploring an area renowned for its famous historic houses and gardens. Stroll along the footpaths to the magnificent Lanhydrock House, take in the attractions of the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan or discover the coastal delights of the Cornish Riviera ? home to picturesque fishing villages and secluded beaches or heading west to Padstow and the surfing beaches.
Built originally in the 18th century and set within its own grounds, Lanhydrock Barn blends modern furnishings with traditional features including beamed ceilings throughout. The open plan living area and kitchen provide all the home comforts to enjoy your stay whilst the wet room provides additional space for guests in need of this. Outside guests will find a spacious enclosed garden and close by footpaths leading off into the beautiful surrounding grounds.
From your doorstep take a step back in time strolling around the stunning grounds of Lanhydrock country house and estate, which also leads down to the Fowey river valley. You may also join the Saints Way Trail which passes close by and crosses Cornwall from Padstow to Fowey. Utilising the great outdoors three must see attractions in close proximity are the world famous Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the square-rigged sailing ships at Charlestown.
Those in search of a good workout, or pure indulgent relaxation, should head to the nearby Hustyns Hotel, where the owners have negotiated reasonable rates for use of the fantastic facilities which include a state-of-the-art gym, indoor pool, and health and beauty spa complete with a steam room and sauna.
Just over a mile away for guests keen to improve their handicap, Lanhydrock Golf Club provides the perfect opportunity to play a round surrounded by wonderful countryside. For something a little different Bodmin Jail provides a unique visitor attraction and can be found along the route of the Camel Trail, a delightful cycle route along the banks of the River Camel.
Away from the countryside the south coast of Cornwall, affectionately referred to as the Cornish Riviera, is home to traditional fishing villages and secluded beaches just waiting to be explored. With a dramatic coastline and a variety of terrain this is truly a walkers? paradise and forms part of the South West Coastal Path.
After a busy day exploring take time to sample the local produce on offer at The Crown, in the nearby village of Lanlivery and reputed to be one of Cornwall?s oldest pubs.
This property is especially suitable for families. It provides a cot and highchair plus a baby bath (for 0 - 4 years) available on request. The property is VisitEngland family accredited.
Price: £ from 219