Perched above the market town of Camelford with commanding views that stretch out to the rugged landscape of Bodmin Moor, this charming pad is only the shortest of drives to the stunning north Cornish coast. Bring the whole family along to be part of this holiday adventure, whether you plan fun-filled days on the beach, a brisk stomp across majestic moorland and coastal footpaths, leisurely lunches at harbourside pubs and cafes or exploring historic houses and gardens, there really is something for everyone.
Decorated throughout in relaxing shades of grey, punctuated with flashes of colour, open plan living is the order of the day to maximise your time together and make the most of the view. Patio doors draw you to that view and lead out to the fab decking-area where meals can be savoured in the fresh air or a lazy afternoon spent chilling in the hammock.
When it's time for bed, the three bedrooms promise a good night's sleep, setting you up ready for the next day's adventure.
Pack up the car and head out from this great location for some action-packed days. Why not explore the view you see from your decking and head to Bodmin Moor, conquering Roughtor and Brown Willy, Cornwall's two highest peaks along the way; or for further rambles the coastal path along the north coast offers a very different landscape. The pretty villages of Boscastle, with its tiny harbour and shops and galleries, and historic Tintagel are close by and a little further down the coast Port Isaac is simply quite charming.
The Camel Trail , a 17 mile track leading from Bodmin Moor all the way out to Padstow on the coast makes for a perfect day on two wheels but don't worry if you can't manage the whole route as you can join it at Bodmin or Wadebridge, and for a day at the seaside we recommend Trebarwith and Polzeath.
Located close to the town centre of Camelford but tucked away for some peace and privacy you can simply head down the hill into the town to stock up on daily provisions, sampling some local ale at the Mason's Arms before picking up some fish and chips for an easy supper.
Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV, ornamental inglenook fireplace and wood-burner effect electric stove
Kitchen with electric range with induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Separate WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5'), TV and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Take care, there are some sloping ceilings.
- No pets
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 3 cars
- Superfast WiFi
- No smoking
- Pub 150 yds
- Balcony furniture, picnic table and barbecue
- Full CH (air source heat pump)
The fabulous open plan living-room.
What a wonderful decking-area.
This lovely newly built house is waiting to welcome you.
There are three gorgeous bedrooms at Celtic Reach.
The kitchen is fully equipped for cooking up those holiday treats.
The breakfast-bar is great for grabbing a quick bite.
What a great room for spending time together.
The electric stove gives you all the romance of a wood-burning stove without the hassle.
The pretty dresser.
From the dining-area you can step straight out onto to the decking.
Snuggle up together to watch some holiday TV or perhaps a good film.
Bedroom 1 offers a super-comfy king-size bed.
Bedroom 1 also has an en suite shower-room.
The second bedroom is equally delightful.
You get a bird's eye view from up here.
Take things at a slower pace, you are on holiday after all!
The pretty twin bedroom.
Suitable for young and old alike.
Enjoy a leisurely soak in the family bathroom.
and the family bathroom also has a separate shower cubicle.
We simply love the sheltered dining-area.
A great place to spend a sunny afternoon.
Laze away many an hour in the hammock.
Enjoy the view from the deck.
You can see Roughtor from Celtic View - so why not take the hike to the top of it and take in Brown Willy, Cornwall's highest peak, at the same time.
Port Isaac is utterly charming and has so many claims to fame including Doc Martin, The Fisherman's Friends and Nathan Outlaw.
Spend some time in Boscastle with its sweet little harbour, shops and galleries and some great walks.
There are so many wonderful beaches along this stretch of coastline.