Approached along pretty Cornish lanes leading through quiet valleys, Goose Barn provides all the right ingredients for a peaceful and truly relaxing break. Set in a glorious rural location with views from the garden out to the coast, high in the hills above Boscastle.
This single-storey barn conversion is a great place to explore but also to unwind. Spend your days discovering wonderful woodlands walks, marvelling at the stunning sea vistas along the coastal footpath or browsing around pretty harbourside villages.
Beautifully converted , the slate and wooden floors and vaulted ceiling set the scene for tasteful interiors that cleverly blend modern with antique furniture and the wood-burning stove is a welcoming sight on cooler days. Outside is a pretty orchard garden and a sunny terrace - the perfect spot for reflecting on your day's adventure over an afternoon cream tea (jam first please - we are in Cornwall!).
Going out for the day? Well the charming owners who live next door are always willing to offer you suggestions whilst totally respecting your privacy (they also have a small office across the drive). Babies under 18 months old are welcome at Goose Barn.
Best bring your wellies, your walking boots and your flip flops to make the most of this superb location. Browse around the harbour and shops in the nearby village of Boscastle, explore the scenic Valency Valley or visit the farm shop and cafe with panoramic sea views and delicious food from its elevated spot.
Feel the sand between your toes at Polzeath and take to the waves at Widemouth Bay and Crackington Haven. The South West Coast Path will provide endless miles of thrilling scenery or for a contrast in views, head inland to ramble across the wide open spaces on Bodmin Moor.
Tintagel, steeped in Arthurian Legend, is well worth a visit and discover literary connections with author and poet Thomas Hardy at nearby St Juliot's Church.
Picture perfect Port Isaac, known to some as Port Wenn in TV's 'Doc Martin' is an absolute winner, with its dinky quay, art galleries, shops, traditional inns and restaurants galore.
You can enjoy more of the great outdoors on two wheels by cycling along the renowned Camel Trail which winds its way 17 miles from Bodmin Moor out to Padstow on the coast.
Sitting/Dining-room with TV and wood-burner
Steps to Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom with double bed (5')
Wet-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Welcome to Goose Barn.
The open plan sitting/dining-room.
The pretty bedroom.
Goose Barn enjoys a wonderful rural setting yet is so close to the coast - you can see the sea from the top of the garden.
Slate floors and the exposed A frames add to the overall charm of the barn.
The barn has a bespoke fitted kitchen.
There are lovely touches throughout.
There are a couple of steps from the sitting-area up to the kitchen.
The double aspect sitting/dining-room is wonderfully light and airy.
The dining-area takes full advantage of the wonderful setting.
Snuggle up with a good book or watch a holiday film in front of the toasty wood-burner.
Crisp white linen adorn the gorgeous bed.
The large lawned area in front of Goose Barn.
A lovely spot to reflect on your day out exploring this wonderful part of Cornwall.
You are only a hop, skip and a jump away from the pretty harbourside village of Boscastle.
There are many wonderful walks to discover, many protected by the National Trust.
From coastal walks to wooded valley rambles - you are spoilt for choice.
The scenery on the north coast is quite spectacular.
Call into the local farm shop.
Enjoy an afternoon tea at the local farm shop whilst taking in the view.
There are wonderful golden sandy beaches to discover - Polzeath is a particular favourite with surfers.