Mr Lewis June 2019
A superb property in an unspoilt part of Cornwall
Mrs Pratt June 2019
Lovely views from the house and garden. Not really any walks from the door, but plenty of good coastal walks within a few miles. Mount Edgcumbe country park is excellent to explore and the passenger ferries from Cremyll to various parts of Plymouth were useful, especially as the weather wasn't too good.
Dr Norman August 2018
Amazing barn and garden, beautiful location and beaches.
Mrs Woods July 2018
The barn is beautiful with stunning views and a wonderful garden, however it is situated right on the road which is surprisingly busy so expect some road noise. The road leading to the barn is very narrow and winding (even by Cornish standards) so be prepared to beep your horn and reverse to the nearest passing point. There was a lovely cream tea and fresh flowers on arrival and the friendly host visited later that day. We were unlucky enough to have a broken toilet on arrival and then a broken shower. These were fixed but the age of the equipment in the barn makes this a likely occurrence and it was very inconvenient for us. The downstairs floor is tiled and very cold on the feet even in a heatwave, so remember to take your slippers if you sleeping down there! There are no shops or restaurants nearby, the nearest pub is only open at weekends and only serves food on a Friday. Some of the beaches are tricky to access. There is a fish and ship shop, pub and Co Op in Millbrook (which has its own interesting road layout!). There is a footpath to the nearest village but otherwise roads are too narrow and winding for safe walking with children so it is necessary to drive. We had a lovely holiday here but have mentioned these things to help future guests.
Reply from Classic Cottages
Thank you for sharing your thoughts about Mowhay Barn - it is beautifully located as you found; we do appreciate that the access roads in this rural area are country lanes which don't usually have pavements, and they are used by local traffic to reach the lovely little towns and villages on the Rame peninsula. We're so sorry that there was an issue with the shower and loo, and thanks so much for your understanding and patience while they were fixed. We're delighted you enjoyed your stay overall. Tanya, Customer Support
Dr Celedin July 2018
Very cozy cottage close to wonderful beaches and cafes.
Mr Loveland June 2018
The barn is spacious, well maintained and equipped. It is attractively furnished, and is situated in a beautiful and quite location. The property and garden are well looked after by the owner, who we had the pleasure of meeting. A number of useful local guides and maps were available for our perusal. We enjoyed the complimentary cream tea on our arrival.
Mr Keir May 2018
I can not fault this cottage, its grounds, facilities cleanliness and setting. Its a lovely place to spend a week! I did find this part of Cornwall to have slightly fewer easy access beaches, and slightly fewer good pub restaurants. One business owner we hired bikes from joked with us it was the 'forgotten part of Cornwall' - for some people that is going to be a blessing. For us it wasn't a curse, but my ideal holiday would probably be Mowbray Barn but nearer Hayle/StIves.
Mrs Godwin May 2018
Fantastic place, would fully recommend to anyone. Facilities are fantastic,garden and property is above and beyond.
Mr Chesterton March 2018
Beautiful views, excellently equipped, everything supplied even milk and scones on arrival, beautiful furnishings, lots of space. Excellent opportunities for keen and fit walkers. Good value for money.
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