Set in stunning countryside, Carthew Barn is a hidden gem.
The glorious view of The Camel Estuary from Carthew Barn.
If you love to entertain then this is the perfect place for everyone to all get together whatever the season.
Wrap up warm and enjoy a bracing walk along one of the many coast paths before you head back and rustle up a hearty supper in the well-equipped kitchen before relaxing on the super-comfy sofa in front of the toasty wood-burner.
The barn has been designed to make the most of the estuary view, with three large bay windows, all with built-in window seats , so don’t forget your binoculars.
Welcome to Carthew Barn, nestled in the Cornish countryside.
The gorgeous kitchen is very well-equipped.
The main bedroom oozes luxury.
The stunning open plan living area. Steps lead up to a little landing and behind the curtain is an internal door, which is shared with the neighbouring barn. However this door is locked at all times.
The Camel Trail can either be cycled or walked. You have two routes to choose from Wadebridge to Padstow, or Wadebridge to Bodmin, or maybe just do both?
The kitchen is full of light thanks to all the glass and windows. The stairs take you down to the ground floor.
The lovely Rangemaster.
The cute breakfast-bar is perfect for morning coffee and sweet pastries.
Snuggle up in front of the roaring wood-burner with a good book.
Five steps lead up to the internal door, which is always locked.
Take the coast path to Daymer Bay and stop and have a paddle.
The breakfast bar also doubles up as a fabulous work station.
For a more 'fine dining' experience, a trip to the exquisite Rick Stein's seafood restaurant is a must, so ladies, don't forget to pack an evening dress and heels.
Padstow at night is very romantic, treat yourself to a candlelight supper and afterwards a stroll around the harbour to watch the sunset.
The lavish en suite bathroom wouldn’t look out of place in a five-star hotel.
There’s plenty of outside space with a large lawn perfect for family games with views down to the Camel Estuary, a patio table and benches for a spot of al fresco dining, barbecue and chairs for if you fancy just lazing away a sunny afternoon.
Bedroom 2 has twin beds and is an oasis of calm in creams and greys.
The terrace is the perfect spot for a pre dinner glass of wine.
Don't forget to pack a warm hat for those brisk beach walks.
Trevone beach is a short drive away.
The desk is perfect if you have some work to do whilst on holiday.
Pretty bedroom 3 has a double bed. The door leads into the utility-room.
Bedroom three is light and airy.
The super stylish family bathroom has a bath and enclosed shower.
Bishop's Wood is part of the Woodland Trust and is great day out for cyclists and walkers.
Run a deep bath and soak away the sand and sea salt.
The super useful utility room leads off from bedroom three.
Carthew Barn is semi-detached and you can see here where the neighbours reside.
Constantine bay is stunning in the summer but as beautiful in the winter when you're wrapped up warm and cosy.
Due to its location, there are steps throughout the property.
Arrive and enter through this main entrance of Carthew Barn, also the perfect spot for a morning coffee listening to the bird song.

Carthew Barn

4570

3.1 miles W of Wadebridge / Sleeps 6 (no children under 8)

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