Wind your way along the country lanes across the dramatic landscape of Bodmin Moor to escape the humdrum of everyday life and take things at a much gentler pace with a well-deserved break at this delightful traditional cottage. From this wonderful rural location, listen to the sounds of the countryside and watch the night skies (this is a designated dark sky area so you are in for a treat) and truly get back to being one with nature; if you want to get out and about it’s a great base for exploring all the delights of the magical kingdom that is Cornwall.
Beautifully restored, combining all the comforts of modern day living whilst retaining the original charm, you’ll feel at home from the minute you arrive at Hudson Cottage. The cosy sitting-room invites you to curl up in front of the wood-burner, a welcome sight on those out-of-season breaks, and the cottage kitchen/diner is a delightful room – surprisingly light and airy with doors leading out to the pretty courtyard garden, a lovely spot for everything from morning coffee to an evening night cap. The modern bathroom is on the ground floor with a lovely free-standing bath, a good excuse to indulge in a leisurely holiday soak. The two pretty bedrooms are upstairs, the bunk bedroom sure to be a hit with younger members of your party.
Less than half a mile down the road is Siblyback Lake with grassy areas to sit out and enjoy a picnic whilst the children play on the outdoor play area or perhaps you might take the three mile circular track either on foot or two wheels spotting wildlife and birdlife along the way.
This area is a walker’s paradise with a whole host of countryside walks that lead right from your front door. Explore the wide open spaces of Bodmin Moor, with its historic engine houses dotted across the landscape and fascinating granite outcrops that defy gravity, or head to Golitha Falls to follow the River Fowey as it winds its way through Draynes Woods – and afterwards treat yourself to a hearty meal at Inkies Smokehouse located in the car park, you’ve earned it.
The beautiful gardens and historic houses at Lanhydrock Estate and Cotehele are well worth a visit and there is live theatre and shows on offer at the Sterts Moorland Theatre (seasonal) and the Rum Store at Carnglaze Caverns.
If you fancy a day on the beach or want to discover some of the charming coastal villages and towns, both the south and north coastal are easily accessible. Head north to ride the waves at Widemouth Bay and Polzeath or discover culinary delights at Padstow or Port Isaac, and on the gentler south coast you will be charmed with the fishing town of Looe and the fashionable sailing resort of Fowey.
Sitting-room with TV and wood-burner
Kitchen/Diner with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine/drier
Bathroom with free-standing bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6")
Bedroom 2 with bunk-beds (3')
Please note, from the road you need to step over the low level wall to enter the gateway.
- Dogs welcome (2 medium-sized dogs)
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2.5 miles
- Courtyard furniture
- 3 electric thermostatic radiators and 2 NS heaters
Welcome to Hudson Cottage.
The cottage sitting-room is very cosy.
Siblyback Lake is literally down the lane.
Hudson Cottage has two pretty bedrooms.
The dining-area is set down from the kitchen.
The dining-area with patio doors leading out to the courtyard.
The courtyard is utterly charming.
Where shall we go today?
After a busy day exploring south east Cornwall come back and unwind.
The toasty wood-burner is a welcome sight on chillier days.
Step into Hudson Cottage and let your holiday begin.
The stylish bathroom.
Go on, treat yourself to some bubbles in your bath, lay back and relax.
The double bedroom.
The bunk bedroom will delight the younger members.
There are lovely touches throughout.
Your four-legged friends are more than welcome.
From the road you need to step over the low level wall to enter the gateway.
On the opposite side of the gate, three steps lead down to the entrance of Hudson Cottage.
Children will love the play-area at Siblyback Lake.