Trerubies is a delightful detached barn conversion with a sunny, south-facing garden and spectacular sea views inside and out! This charming retreat has been recently renovated to provide a luxurious home-from-home with views to the Atlantic from the cosy living-room. Downstairs three comfortable bedrooms, one en suite, offer flexible sleeping arrangements and a family shower-room. A mile away is the fabulous Trebarwith Strand, complete with pubs, shops and surfboard hire. Well-known Port Isaac lies five miles to the west with the bustling resorts of Polzeath, Rock and Padstow beyond. Historic Tintagel is to the north east. Trerubies is an ideal family holiday location, quiet but within easy reach of some of the best that the north Cornish coast has to offer.
Trerubies is one of four barn conversions at Upton Farm including Upton Mill (1596) and Owl Barn (2346). Each barn is set separately providing a level of privacy abd its own space. The coastal walks and the stunning peaceful location of Trerubies lends itself to guests who wish to walk the coastal path and enjoy this stunning area of Cornwall. Everything, from fine food, local produce and great attractions, is within easy reach. If you are more inclined to just rest up at the holiday home of your choice then Trerubies will provide you with a cosy bolthole and a really sunny garden where you can see the sea and let all your troubles drift away. The rugged and spectacular north Cornish coastal path is accessible by foot from the property in addition to the tidal sandy beaches of Trebarwith Strand and Tregardock. An OS map (1:25000) and tide tables will unlock a plethora of hidden gems along this coast. Shake off the crowds and do a little exploring! Up the ante and go surfing, paddleboarding, coasteering or kayaking. Still not tired? Tackle a variety of trails by bike, most famously the Camel Trail from Wenford Bridge via Bodmin and Wadebridge to Padstow. Hungry? Sea view pub grub at The Port William one mile down the lane or track down the celebrity chefs in Rock or Padstow. Need a rest after all that? Kick back, light the barbecue, and enjoy the panoramic view from the garden stretching from Tintagel head in the east all the way to Pentire Head and The Rumps to the south west.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, Blu-ray DVD player and CD player. Induction hob, electric oven, microwave, 2 fridges and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed and steps to en suite Bathroom with bath, hand shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Steps to Bedroom 3 with 'zip and link' (double or twin) beds
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Cupboard with washing machine/drier
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 3 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Picnic table and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Trerubies sits in a wonderful location close to the shores of Trebarwith beach and has gorgeous sea views from the sitting-room and the garden.
The open plan living-room is beautifully styled.
The kitchen/diner is very light and airy.
A beautiful glass fish sculpture adorns the stairwell.
Trerubies has a lovely sunny garden which is ideal for young families.
The large dining-table has ample seating for all.
There are lovely sea views from the sitting-area window.
Mealtimes will be a real treat.
Looking from the kitchen towards the sitting-area.
The leather sofas in the sitting-area are very comfortable.
A reminder as to how close you are to the sea.
Bedroom 1 is a really delightful room and has steps leading up to the en suite.
All the bedrooms have been beautifully furnished.
Patio doors lead from Bedroom 1 to the garden.
The en suite bathroom.
The en suite bathroom.
Bedroom 2 - a twin bedroom.
Bedroom 3 which has 'zip and link' beds, can either be a king-size double or twin beds.
Breakfast in bed.
The main shower-room is very stylish.
When you dine al fresco you can really appreciate the stunning views.
The lawn area is set over two levels
The decking-area gives a great vantage point over the garden.
The popular Trebarwith Strand beach is just down the road.
The coastline of an evening can be breathtaking.