The Carriage House.
The open plan living-area is the ideal space for everyone to gather and enjoy time together.
The kitchen-area is well-equipped.
The double bedroom.
The grounds at Hale are extensive and very beautiful.
The large windows in the living-area really let the light flood in.
The living-area is a lovely space to sit back and relax.
The lovely multi-burner provides fabulous background heat and makes this an ideal retreat all year round.
The family bathroom.
The twin bedded room.
The patio-area is a wonderfully sunny spot and a great place to enjoy some al fresco dining.
From the grounds there are great views towards St Mabyn.
The woods in early spring.
Spring woods.
Garden borders in September are beautiful.
Rock beach.
Polzeath.
Port Isaac.
Daymer Bay beach.

The Carriage House

1666

2.3 miles SE of Port Isaac / Sleeps 4 + cot

7 Nights from £388 - £969

The Carriage House is a contemporary style cottage located close to a stunning stretch of the North Cornish coastline. This single-storey detached cottage has its own enclosed garden and sunny patio-area and with the warming wood-burner in the open plan living-room, this is a perfect retreat all year round. Situated on the boundary wall from the neighbour’s farm and cowshed, in glorious Cornish countryside, The Carriage House is one of four cottages at the picturesque Hale Farm. With easy access to the small vibrant harbourside village of Port Isaac, famous for The Fisherman’s Friends, TVs Doc Martin and celebrity chef Nathan Outlaw, and stunning beaches by the bucketful this is an excellent base from which to set off on each day’s adventures.

There is so much to do in North Cornwall with the area being littered with a great choice of destinations and days out. A short drive away, the beaches of Daymer Bay, Polzeath and Rock are a must for surfers and paddlers alike. For those wishing to investigate Port Isaac and Padstow, the choice of seaside shops, art galleries, tea-rooms and pubs is extensive. Hire a bike and cycle along the Camel Trail heading in one direction to Padstow on the coast and to Wenford Bridge on Bodmin Moor in the opposite – it’s a great ride for all the family. In Padstow you will find a plethora of restaurants and shops to visit but do not miss out on the foot ferry over to Rock as this is a great jaunt across the water. At Port Isaac, the Michelin Starred chef, Nathan Outlaw, has the tapas-style Fish Kitchen next to the harbour along with his fine dining restaurant, voted the number restaurant in the Good Food Guide for 2018! At trendy Rock, the Mariners and the Rock Inn serve locally brewed Sharps beer, locally sourced fish dishes and steaks supplied by the renowned Philip Warren Butchers. For those quick snacks the local baker Malcolm Barnecutt bakes great pasties to takeaway which can be enjoyed on the local beaches or closer to home the renowned St Kew Inn serves up tasty traditional food and local ales.


Ground Floor

Hall

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, video, DVD player, CD player and multi-burner. Electric hob, double electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 1 with twin beds

Bedroom 2 with double bed


Other properties at this location: The Granary (900), Pottery Cottage (1680) and Orchard Barn (2583).


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Travel cot and high chair
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub .5 miles
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Full oil-fired CH
  • Fuel for multi-burner