The setting is quite simply breathtaking.
This is one very stylish pad.
The three bedrooms are individually styled.
Take a pew out on the decking.
The living-room with its fabulous vaulted ceiling and one of the most impressive and unique chandeliers we have ever seen.
The toasty wood-burner is such a welcome sight on chiller evenings.
Whilst most of Roughtor Barn is on the ground floor a paddle staircase leads up to the snug.
There's a great selection of books to keep the most avid bookworm occupied.
The local artwork is as stunning as the actual setting itself.
The large range cooker will delight the eager chefs in the party.
Industrial-style shelving perfectly complements the overall style of Roughtor Barn.
This is one well-equipped kitchen.
Younger members of the party will love the snug for playing games or watching a holiday film.
Bedroom 1 is one stunning bedroom.
With its sheepskin throw and cow horns it's a fitting tribute to the setting.
The styling cleverly combines the old with the new.
The main bedroom evokes a sense of drama.
The gorgeous en suite bathroom.
The marble counter top sink is another charming feature.
The second bedroom is very romantic.
Beautifully styled.
Fluffy throws and lovely cushions adorn the bed.
The family bathroom.
The view from the bathroom window - no worries about passing traffic here!
Take a peek into the third bedroom.
Not your average bunk-beds - these are four-foot wide and with plenty of headroom as well so ideal for both young and old alike.
Look at that view from Bedroom 3!
The large grassy area in front of Roughtor Barn is yours to enjoy - occasionally the odd sheep might pass through - this is country life at its very best.
The final part of your journey that leads to this very special place.
Acres of open countryside and moorland - it's the perfect tonic away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The moorland ponies are sure to make an appearance during your stay.
Roughtor Barn shares this perfect spot with one other property so you are not completely isolated.
We love this moorland retreat.
No trip to Cornwall would be complete without a trip to the seaside and the north coast arguably has some of the best beaches in the county.
For a complete contrast in scenery enjoy a day in Port Isaac.
Fashionable Padstow needs no introduction and will certainly delight the foodies amongst you.
Hire some bikes and take to the Camel Trail.

Roughtor Barn

4631

8.4 miles E of Port Isaac / Sleeps 6 + cot (no children from 1 to 7)

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7 Nights from £880

A fantastic cottage - one of the best that we have stayed in.


We stayed at Roughtor Barn for 1 week and had an absolutely fantastic time. This place is definitely off the beaten track but it is so worth it for the amazing views and peace and quiet. You open the (electric) blinds in the morning and are pretty much guranteed to see sheep grazing in the garden!

It is a perfect family house and also a great location as a base to explore the area. Attention to detail is superb with all mod-cons, plenty of cook-books to keep you busy and great for the children to relax with a movie or boardgame.


Roughtor barn has been renovated and decorated to a very high standard and it was a pleasure to stay there. On opening the front door we relaxed and enjoyed the comfort and cleanliness of the barn and the high end touches were just perfect. The idyllic setting was perfect and having a morning cup of coffee with the resident sheep was very relaxing!


We had a wonderful week at Roughtor Barn. The standard of accommodation and facilities in the barn were superb, the views from the dining area we breathtaking every day.

The Housekeeper was at the premises to do some garden maintenance on the Saturday and was very helpful in recommending local places to visit and to eat.

For 5 adults there was ample space.

We realise why dogs are not permitted with all the livestock about, if they were we would be booking again for September/October.

Overall great accommodation in a stunning location, a little off the beaten track and all the better for it.


The pictures do not do this cottage justice. I'm loath to say how beautiful it is as it'll get fully booked and I'll never get in there again! A double wow factor when you open the door - first at the interior and then when you step down into the cottage at the fantastic view at the back. Be prepared for the odd sheep on the decking! Spotless on arrival and the manager Bob was extremely helpful. Would love to go back :)


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