What a super little cottage this is and a great base for that much needed break in north Cornwall. Set around a small courtyard of converted barns on the edge of the rural village of St Wenn, where peace and tranquility awaits, you are just a short drive from the fabulous coast with its glorious beaches, wonderful coastal walks and not forgetting Cornwall's foodie capital, Padstow.
Set all on one level and wonderfully warm and welcoming, Bray Cottage is located on the ground floor of this two-storey barn conversion. Cosy and bijou, the open plan living-room is so comfortable and with a real fire you will feel even more snug during chillier months. The galley kitchen is amazingly well-equipped and is mainly hidden from the rest of the room, so you won't have to look at the dishes!
The two pretty bedrooms, one double and one twin, have a real cottage feel about them and they share the family bathroom which has a shower over the bath if you don't have time to enjoy a leisurely soak. Outside you can enjoy lazy holiday breakfasts on the sheltered terrace or perhaps fire up the barbecue and enjoy an evening feast but with so many great places to eat and drink close by why not enjoy some of the local hospitality?
Fashionable Padstow has set the trend across the county for quality cuisine with a great choice of places to eat and drink and you can do a bit of celebrity chef spotting along the way and perhaps hop on the ferry and enjoy the sail across to Rock. The gorgeous beaches of Mawgan Porth and Watergate Bay are nearby and for the adventurous types you can try your hand at surfing, paddleboarding, kitesurfing and even wave ski!
Cyclists, even those who haven't ridden a bike for some years, will love the Camel Trail which winds its way from Padstow to Wadebridge and out onto Bodmin Moor and makes for a great day out so why not pack a picnic and stop off for lunch along the way. If you want to take things at a gentler pace the historic houses and gardens of Lanhydrock (National Trust) and Pencarrow should not be missed, or head south and spend the day at the world renowned Eden Project.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV and open fire. Electric hob, electric oven, fridge and washing machine
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Although there are enough beds to accommodate four people, the open plan living-room is small and therefore Bray Cottage only accepts a maximum of three guests. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Arrive/Depart Thursday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 1 car
- Superfast WiFi
- No smoking
- Pub 5 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- 4 electric thermostatic radiators
Welcome to Bray Cottage, the ground floor apartment of this barn conversion.
There is a lawn area to the side, the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the sunshine.
The open plan sitting and dining area will make you feel at home from the minute you step inside.
The cottage has two pretty bedrooms.
The sweet galley kitchen is surprisingly well-equipped.
The kitchen is open to the living and dining areas but hidden away so you don't have to look at the dishes!
The open plan living-room is bijou but very cosy.
Snuggle up on the sofa after a day out exploring north Cornwall.
The lounge gives you a lovely view out to the garden - the lower part is for the use of guests at Bray Cottage and the higher part for the first floor apartment.
A real open fire - a wonderful sight on those out-of-season breaks.
The pretty double bedroom is wonderfully light and airy.
The double bedroom looks out onto the the terrace.
The twin bedroom.
Enjoy leisurely holiday meals on the terrace.
The family bathroom.
The north coast is littered with fabulous beaches, Mawgan Porth being one of the the best!
Pop over to the lovely town of Padstow - join a boat trip, amble around the harbour and shops, visit historic Prideaux Place or grab a bite to eat from an abundance of great restaurants and pubs.
Watergate Bay, home of the Extreme Academy, is a short drive away.