From its humble beginnings as three farm buildings, this is now one impressive pad! Beautifully converted creating a truly comfortable and welcoming retreat, with some of its agricultural heritage preserved in its design (all nicely cleaned up of course!) the interiors are superbly spacious and there's plenty of room for outdoor living as well.
Tucked away in unspoilt, sleepy Devonshire countryside, close to the Cornwall border, the setting is blissfully rural, yet in a few minutes you can find yourself at the seaside resort of Bude and the amazing north coast, offering the perfect combination of coast and countryside, and two glorious counties to explore – what's not to love about this place?
This is a great house for celebratory trips away or simply a good excuse for family and friends to get together and it will be adored by young and old alike. Set on the first floor the fabulous sitting/dining-room with its high vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and oak flooring invite all to gather, whether it's formal dining around the grand table or cosied up on the sofas for late night chats or to watch a holiday film on the whopping 55 inch TV!
Leading off from the half landing into what was known as 'The Round House' (and it's not hard to see why) is the wonderful kitchen. This is one well stocked kitchen and you have everything you need whether serving up a simple breakfast at the kitchen table, a lazy lunch on the terrace or pulling out all the stops for a culinary masterpiece. There are even some historic recipes on the wall courtesy of the owner's Mum and Grandmother – if Pickled Pig takes your fancy! Taking pride of place is the original mill dating back 100 years, now fully restored and in immaculate condition – although it has retired from its milling duties and is simply there to be admired.
Spread out across the ground floor, with characterful steps throughout, are the bedrooms and bathrooms and here you will find yet another delight, the games-room. This is the chilling out room, for relaxing on the sofa catching up on some TV or challenging each other to a pool tournament on the no expense spared pool table. Built from two barns, now connected by a short passage, each part of the house has 2 bedrooms and a bath or shower room along with a lounge area, so it's ideal for 2 families or for those who might want some peace or a little more privacy.
You can enjoy more chilling in the garden with a glass of wine on the terrace whilst your little treasures burn up more of their endless energy with ball games on the lawn or perhaps suggest a game of hide and seek!
The village of Bradworthy is only a mile away where there's a small selection of shops, a great butchers and cafe along with an annual arts festival and of course that all important village pub.
Spend the day in Bude, building sandcastles on the beach, riding the Atlantic rollers, having fun with crazy golf or indulging in some Cornish ice cream as well as the obligatory pasty. Clovelly is also a must and a fascinating glimpse into the past, with its flower strewn cottages, 14th Century quay and steeply cobbled street – it's totally unique.
Don't forget those walking boots because ramblers are in for a treat, with countryside trails leading from your doorstep or head to the coast and take in the scenery along the rugged dramatic section of coastal footpath running from Hartland Point in the north to Boscastle in the south.
At Tamar Lakes you can try your hand at sailing, paddleboardng and windsurfing or for those who want to take things at a more gentler pace, wander through the nature reserve spotting an abundance of wildlife along the way.
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room 1 with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 4 with twin beds (3') and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin (also accessed from hall)
Shower-room 2 with shower, WC and wash-basin
Games-room with pool table, TV, DVD player, CD player and fridge
Utility-area with washing machine
Kitchen/Breakfast-room with double electric range-style cooker with induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV
Please note, there are a number of characterful steps on the ground floor. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Private parking for 6 cars
- Telephone (incoming only)
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Garden furniture
- Full oil-fired CH (under-floor)
The Mowhay basking in the glorious sunshine.
The impressive sitting/dining-room.
The Man Cave!
The large garden will please young and old alike.
Located in the old mill, the octagonal shaped kitchen is totally unique.
Treat yourself to a leisurely holiday breakfast.
The kitchen is wonderfully light and airy and has plenty of room so everyone can help prepare your holiday meals.
The fully restored grain mill takes pride of place in the kitchen.
The dining-table is perfect to enjoy a celebratory meal with family and friends.
The large sitting/dining-room is located on the first floor.
This is one very spacious room - it's great.
You are sure to relax in the comfy sitting-area.
Snuggle up and catch a holiday movie.
From the sitting/dining-room you can access the garden.
Have some fun in the games-room.
There's a TV in the games-room along with a desk for those who might need to do some work.
Pretty pieces on display.
Bedroom 1 has a king-size bed.
Bedroom 1 has an en suite shower-room.
Lovely touches throughout.
Bedroom 2 also has a super-comfy king-size bed.
From bedroom 2 there is a step up to the corridor.
There is a spacious shower-room ideally located for guests staying in bedrooms 2 and 3.
Pretty bedroom 3 has twin beds.
From bedroom 3 a stable-door leads out to the garden.
Bedroom 4 also has twin beds.
A sneaky breakfast in bed!
Bedroom 4 has direct access to a family bathroom.
The family bathroom accessed directly from Bedroom Four and the hallway.
You can see how the owners converted the farm buildings into this impressive holiday home.
A bird's eye view of this fabulous holiday home.
Items from the barn's agricultural past.
The large garden wraps around The Mowhay.
The north coast has a great choice of beaches just waited to be discovered.
Take a trip to Bude to walk or cycle the canal, enjoy a day at the seaside and try your hand at surfing or enjoy a hearty meal from the choice of cafes and restaurants.