A warm Cornish welcome awaits at Hoopers, our rural retreat, nestled in the tranquil oasis of Loskeyle Farm. From its humble origins as a stable, Hoopers has been thoughtfully renovated to create a most charming single-storey homestay, with country chic, comfortable interiors creating a luxurious retreat perfect for solo escapes and romantic breaks for two.
Tucked away down a country lane and surrounded by glorious countryside, Hoopers is perfect for cosy winter weekends away as well as lazy summer stays. Close to the pretty village of St Tudy and the moorland villages of St Breward and Blisland, and with the breathtaking Atlantic coast, trendy hotspots of Rock and Port Isaac all within easy access, this is a great location for active holidays or a peaceful escape for more relaxing pursuits. There is even complimentary fishing on the River Camel.
The country-style kitchen has everything you need to cook up some holiday feasts and with Cornwall firmly on the foodie map you can get culinary creative with some of the finest local ingredients. Make the most of time together enjoying leisurely breakfasts or long lazy suppers set up at the dining-table and at the end of the day the sitting area offers plenty of room for relaxation, whether cosying up for a film night, indulging in some holiday reading or simply enjoy some downtime - come on you deserve it, you are on holiday.
The bedroom is a wonderful sanctuary worthy of any interior magazine spread with its perfectly dressed super-king size bed, stylish artwork, elegant mix of unique furniture and en suite bathroom.
Make the most of the wonderful setting from the garden. Set around a landscaped courtyard with three other properties at Loskeyle Farm, morning coffee and evening sundowners are best enjoyed on the sunny terrace and an early evening stroll around the grounds and through the orchard is the best way to get back to one with nature.
From this stunning base your choice of days out are endless. Dust off those walking boots and explore the wild rugged scenery of Bodmin Moor or head to the coast and take to the coastal path that promises stunning vistas around every corner.
If you prefer pedal power, the Camel Trail is only half a mile down the road, winding its way through woodlands and along the Camel estuary eventually bringing you to the popular resort of Padstow where you can refuel on some of Rick Stein's fish and chips before making the return journey.
The historic houses and gardens of Pencarrow and Lanhydrock are well worth a visit as are the pretty fishing villages of Boscastle and Port Isaac, of Doc Martin and Fisherman's Friends fame, and if food is on the agenda this area is the jewel in Cornwall's foodie crown with more celebrity chefs and award-winning eateries than you can shake a stick at.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV, DVD player and wood-burner. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Bedroom with super-king bed (6') and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
- Dogs welcome
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 1.5 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full CH (air source heat pump)
- Logs for wood-burner
Welcome to Hoopers, a single-storey conversion at Loskeyle Farm.
A cosy retreat, with everything you will need to relax.
End the day in the super-king sized bed.
Perfect for those cooler seasons.
Country living at it's best.
The bathroom, perfectly equipped for a soak after a day exploring.
What a beautiful space.
The cottage has a private garden, as well as a shared children's play area and an orchard.
The village of Boscastle is picture perfect.
So many sheltered beaches to chose from.
How about Rick Stein's famous fish and chips in Padstow?
Take a trip to Lanhydrock (National Trust) and enjoy the grand house, beautiful gardens and maybe hire a bike to explore the network of cycle trails.
The trendy sailing town of Fowey is well worth a visit.
King Arthur standing proudly overlooking Tintagel.