With magnificent views across a patchwork of local farmland, this immaculate barn conversion has been lovingly transformed from its humble beginnings as a farm building to a wonderfully spacious holiday home. Step over the threshold to discover the charm of this historic building, which cleverly mixes traditional features with modern day living. Slate floors, rustic beams, exposed stonework and a sweeping spiral staircase all add to the overall character. The open plan sitting/dining-room, with under-floor heating and a fabulous wood-burning stove, is the perfect spot to unwind and relax on chillier evenings and make the most of the Cornish sunshine, whilst taking in those fabulous views, enjoying a spot of lunch on the terrace, watching the antics of the chickens or, what has to be the icing on the cake, relaxing in the soothing hot tub. Close to the Devon and Cornwall border, just below the main road connecting the two market towns of Launceston and Callington, this is a great location for exploring the delights both counties have to offer. If you need some suggestions, the friendly yet discreet Owners who live next door will be only too willing to help.
From days out in the countryside to thrilling coastal adventures - they are all waiting to be discovered from Tregada Barn. Dramatic Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor will enthral ramblers with their scenic splendour, or for a complete contrast take a hike along the coastal footpath. Have some fun at the seaside at Widemouth Bay and Crackington Haven on the north coast, or wander around the historic harbour of Charlestown or join a boat trip in Looe in the south. For historic treasures, the National Trust houses and gardens of Cotehele and Lanhydrock are a must, and animal lovers are in for a treat at both the Tamar Otter Farm and Tamar Valley Donkey Park (seasonal - please check opening times). The local steam railway will take you on a trip along the beautiful Kensey Valley and once you have conquered the English Heritage castle at nearby Launceston, stock up on some provisions and head back to Tregada Barn to cook up a treat and settle in for the evening.
Sitting/Dining-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner
3 steps to Kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble-drier and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5'), TV and CD player
Bedroom 2 with twin beds and TV
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
The hot tub will have been emptied and refilled so will not be to full temperature on your day of arrival. *Only 1 cot is provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Hot tub
- Private parking for 3 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH (partial under-floor)
Welcome to Tregada Barn
The countrysdie views stretch out before you
The open plan living-room.
The country-style kitchen - perfect for the setting.
The barn has two delightful bedrooms.
The well-equipped kitchen fully embraces the view.
Steps from the kitchen lead up to the dining-area.
Enjoy time together over your holiday breakfast whilst you plan the day's adventures.
The spacious open plan sitting/dining-room has some wonderful features.
Cosy up in front of the wood-burning stove - a welcome sight on those out-of-season breaks.
There are lovely features within the barn.
Make a grand entrance down the sweeping staircase.
Bedroom 1 has a comfy king-size double bed from which you can enjoy some early morning TV.
The twin bedroom also has a TV.
The view from Bedroom 2 - bliss!
The modern family shower-room.
Treat yourself to a cream tea on the terrace - with that view who can blame you!
After a day out exploring Cornwall and Devon all this will be waiting for you.
Head to Cornwall's north coast to discover fabulous sandy beaches and great coastal walks.
Visit the fishing town of Looe to enjoy ice cream on the pier, wander through the narrow streets or join a fishing trip and head out for a day on the water.
Enjoy a boat trip from Cotehele Quay on the River Tamar and take time to explore Cotehele House and gardens.
The historic house and parkland at Lanhydrock (National Trust) offers a great day out. Why not hop on a bike and discover the new network of trails?
Spend the day at Port Isaac wandering the pretty streets and harbour, indulging in award-winning food or take the coastal footpath?