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Set in the peace and tranquillity of rolling farmland, this comfortable and characterful old detached holiday cottage is 2 miles from the coast and cliff walks leading to Tintagel. Close to the owners’ farmhouse and reached via a farm track, it has its own patio, and is within an easy drive of the golden surfing beach at Polzeath and the sailing resort of Rock. Also close by are the fishing villages of Boscastle, Port Isaac and Padstow, home to Rick Stein’s fish restaurant and cookery school and from where the Camel Trail runs to Bodmin.

You will feel totally at home at Helland Barton Cottage, it really is a very welcoming and comfortable place to spend a holiday, either in the summer months or equally it is warm and a cosy cottage in the winter with a roaring fire, thick walls and beamed ceilings!


Accommodation
Ground Floor: The front door opens into the large dining room with archway through to the cosy sitting room and its open fireplace. There is a door onto the patio. The kitchen is fully equipped and in a galley style with plenty of storage. To the side is a wet room with shower and WC.
First Floor: Stairs lead to the upstairs landing with two twin bedrooms and the large master double bedroom with a 5' double bed. There is also a family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle and WC.
Exterior: There is a delightful patio with a large fig tree making a lovely spot to sit and enjoy the afternoon sun. There is an outside table and chairs. To the other side of the cottage is a raised and levelled area, with goal posts and some children's play equipment - ideal for the kids!

Facilities & Services

Heating is via oil fired under floor heating, radiators on the first floor and the open fire. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an electric cooker, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge / freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a tumble drier located externally. The sitting room has a flatscreen Freeview TV & DVD player.
There is an iron & ironing board available.

Miscellaneous
Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included, but please bring your own beach towels. There are parking facilities for up to 2 vehicles, plus additional if required. Up to 2 well behaved dogs are permitted at the small additional charge of £30 per dog / per week, please remember that dogs cannot be left unattended at the property alone. There is a cot & high chair available.
The first basket of logs is provided, additional logs can be purchased from the owner directly. Although shown in the photographs, please note there is no stairgate provided.

General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally Saturday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£150 pre-authorised to your credit / debit card as a security deposit it required.
Discounts available for couples staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using one room only.

A video tour is not available

Port Isaac, tucked away on the North Coast between Padstow and Boscatle, has recently been home to the television series 'Doc Martin' with Martin Clunes. Although previous years have seen the series Poldark film here and in nearby Port Quinn. Much of the village is 18th and 19th century there are some fascinating narrow streets and alleyways to explore. As with many places in Cornwall, once having relied heavily on fishing and fish processing, the village now caters for many visitors with plenty of shops and eateries for the frequent visitors.

Port Quinn has twice suffered tragedy resulting in the village being abandoned. Once when all the men were lost at sea and another when the Pilchards left the area. Now Port Quinn is mainly owned by the National Trust and is a quiet village with no shops or tea rooms. Polzeath is 4 miles away and one of the best surfing beaches before you reach Widemouth Bay and Bude further up the coast. Port Gaverne, round the corner, offers a lovely secluded sandy beach with great rock pools to explore. From Port Isaac you can take in the views or walk the coastal footpath in either direction.

Boscastle situated on rugged North Coast of Cornwall, has an incredibly picturesque tiny natural port. Once a thriving port, at the base of a ravine, serving North Cornwall, the village now survives on its tourism industry. The disastrous floods of 2004, unfortunately damaged some historic properties, but Boscastle is most definitely up and running again now. The Witchcraft Museum re-opened in 2005, houses an extensive collection of related artefacts including a Dutch collection donated to the museum in 2000. There are many gift shops and cafe's in the village, as well as a pottery, with amazing coastal walks and views to each side of the valley. On the north side of the harbour at Penally Point is a natural blow hole, which at low tides with enough swell sends plumes of water high into the air.

There is a fabulous 7 mile walk between Boscastle and Crackington Haven is extremely popular, although it is quite a testing length of coastline. Many sites of interest surround Boscastle with lots to explore. Nearby Tintagel and a ruined castle heralds myths of King Arthur, with Camelford rumoured to be Camelot of old.

Rock is situated on the Camel Estuary opposite the town of Padstow. The estuary is alive in the summer with all manner of boats including windsurfers and water skiers. If you don't fancy venturing out on the water there are fine walks across to Braey Hill and further to St Endoc Church (the last resting place of Sir John Betjemen) where there are stunning views across to Doom Bar and Stepper Point. The mile long sandy beach stretches all the way to Daymer Bay at low tide and as there are no waves in Rock it is ideal for swimming. Rock is reputed to be home to more millionaires than anywhere else in Cornwall and it comes as no surprise that it also boasts a Michelin starred restaurant, the Black Pig. A foot ferry is able to take you across to the incredibly popular Padstow or 'Padstein' as it is nicknamed due to the amount of Rick Stein's food venues on offer. It is here that you can hire a bike and cycle along the Camel Trail if you fancy.

Polzeath is a small seaside resort about 6 miles north of Wadebridge and is known to have one of the best surfing beaches in Cornwall. This long sandy beach combined with Atlantic swells provides ideal conditions with which to improve your surfing skills. The beach is prefect for families, there are lifeguards on duty and the village has a number of restaurants, pubs and cafes to cater for your needs. The coastal path passes through Polzeath to Daymer Bay and Rock in one direction and New Polzeath and Pentire Point in the other. There are miles of beautiful coastline where dolphins can sometimes be spotted and this is a wonderful area for birds such as puffins, kittiwakes and gannets.

4.7

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 4

Comfort: 5

Condition: 4

Location: 5

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2017-07-10

Guest from Benfleet stayed for 7 nights.

1 week summer break

Lovely spacious cottage for the family and dog. We were greeted with a welcome pack including homemade bread and a cake which was a nice touch. There was everything provided that you could possibly need for a self catering holiday. We would love to return in the future.

5

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 5

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2017-06-19

Guest from Bradford stayed for 7 nights.

Excellent stay and a wonderful quiet and beautiful location

A warm welcome with homemade cake, and Cornish butter, Tintagel honey and everything you need to stay for a week. highly recommend staying here for a quiet holiday with the family.

5

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 5

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2017-03-18

Guest from Brighton stayed for 7 nights.

Wonderful cottage, would highly recommend.

We loved this cottage! So beautiful and homely, with a nice local fish and chips shop. Beautiful views all around the property and the general area. The host was great, and even left a tasty cake and amazingly fresh eggs for us! Amazing value for money, perfect all around! Would definitely recommend holidaying here!

4

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 4

Service and Staff: 4

Comfort: 4

Condition: 4

Location: 4

Value For Money: 4

Review Date:2016-08-31

Guest from Dunkeld stayed for 7 nights.

A very enjoyable stay in Cornwall

Me and my family had a lovely stay at Helland Barton cottage. The cottage was very well equipped with the little essentials that make all the difference when arriving after a long journey. The washing machine and dishwasher were spotlessly clean and the towels and linen fresh and white. The owner of the house came and introduced herself and when we had a small problem with one of the showers it was fixed straight away. Thank you for a very enjoyable stay.

3.5

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 4

Service and Staff: 4

Comfort: 4

Condition: 3

Location: 3

Value For Money: 3

Review Date:2016-06-10

Guest from Stockport stayed for 7 nights.

Spacious farm cottage

Helland Barton is a good size farm cottage with lots of space downstairs and 3 double/twin bedrooms. It was clean and very well provided for eg in the kitchen and the owners provided some essentials and a cake on arrival. The beds were comfortable but we found most of the sofas soft. The outdoor table and chairs on the patio were really old and rusty. When we arrived, the cottage felt damp and cool, and the underfloor heating for the ground floor can't be adjusted - it would have been good to have had it turned on a day before we arrived as it felt unwelcoming and took a day to warm up and lose the mustiness. There were several dead or missing light bulbs when we arrived which were quickly replaced, and both the soapdishes in the bathrooms were broken. There was plenty of hot water everywhere except to the shower in the main bathroom where the settings couldn't be adjusted to provide anything other than lukewarm water. The cottage is down a long (quarter mile) unmade lane with a lot of very high speed bumps in it. With a laden car you are very likely to scrape the bottom of the car, as we did most days so beware. It's very quiet and peaceful and there are walks direct from it as well as easy access to lots of attractions.

4

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 4

Service and Staff: 4

Comfort: 4

Condition: 4

Location: 4

Value For Money: 4

Review Date:2016-03-21

Guest from Farnborough stayed for 7 nights.

Lovely well equipped cottagr

Great place to stay with great views, lovely well equipped cottage. The kitchen has more than you need and we could cook a great roast Only small comment was a picture shows a stair gate and there wasn't one. With. 16m old it was a great game of chase We can't wait to go back

5

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 5

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2015-10-05

Guest from Maidstone stayed for 7 nights.

A cottage to enjoy.

A lovely cottage in beautiful countryside well maintained, clean, comfortable and very well equipped. A great welcome pack on arrival with the essentials included. Charlotte and Dave were very welcoming and helpful. A great week in Cornwall aided by fantastic weather and comfortable accommodation. Would definitely return.

4.8

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 4

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2015-09-14

Guest from Walton On Thames stayed for 7 nights.

Great holiday

Great holiday in a lovely and very comfortable cottage. The owners made us feel very welcome. Also, (my husband thinks i am crazy for saying this) it was fantastic to have sharp knives in the kitchen – made cooking there far more pleasurable!

4.8

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 5

Value For Money: 4

Review Date:2015-08-25

Guest from Longfield stayed for 7 nights.

Family stay in Cornwall

A lovely cottage with helpful but unobtrusive owners. Comfortable and in a quiet attractive location with everything we needed. The hot water system broke down during our stay - these things happen - however this was sorted out quickly and without fuss. Beautiful coastline nearby - a lovely part of Cornwall.

4.7

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 4

Value For Money: 4

Review Date:2015-08-23

Guest from Weybridge stayed for 7 nights.

Perfect family cottage

Our family had a wonderful stay here. My boys loved the garden and the woods to play in. The cottage was very comfortable and the setting was beautiful. Great location for exploring the north coast.

5

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 5

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2015-05-30

Guest from Bebington stayed for 7 nights.

Lovely time at helland barton cottage

I recently stayed at helland barton cottage with my partner, mum, dad and pooch and had a lovely time, the cottage was well located for travelling to nearby places of interest and was very comfortable and cosy. The owner of the cottage came to greet us and was very nice and accomodating and told us of a number of places to visit. The cottage itself was very nice and spacious with all the neccesities you would need including a lovely lemon drizzle cake on arrival :) Thank you for a lovely time.

5

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 5

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2015-05-04

Guest from Sheffield stayed for 7 nights.

helland barton

Excellent, comfy cottage- loads of hot water, comfy beds and excellent welcome pack. Lovely coastal walks nearby and an excellent pub at St Kew and at the local beach. A lovely valley within walking distance of the house -great for kids. The dog enjoyed it too! A great place tucked away from the world but near to amenities. A lovely holiday! (Linda from Sheffield)

4.7

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 4

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 5

Value For Money: 4

Review Date:2015-03-30

Guest from St Austell stayed for 3 nights.

Relaxing

This is a perfect cottage to unwind. Comfortable, spacious and quiet with nice countryside views. Wonderful welcome pack included artisan bread, Rick Stein biscuits and free range eggs from the owners' own hens. We were also left kiln dried wood for the open fire. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a home from home in a beautiful area of Cornwall.

4.8

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 4

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2015-03-03

Guest from Witnesham stayed for 4 nights.

Excellent comfy and spacious cottage stay

We had an excellent warm comfy 4 night winter stay in this well furnished and spacious old farm cottage. There was a warm welcome with a delightful intoductory collection of goodies and visit from the owner. The cottage had every thing we needed and it was great to have an open fire in the evenings and for our dog there was plenty of area to exercise and smashing local walks through the woods and down to the river. The cottage is down a long drive from the main road and for the first time not easy to find and the "speed/drain bumps" down the drive might be difficult for a low fixed car but it is a good location to explore north Cornwall and we had lots of fantastic walks along the coast path, enjoyed Padstow, Port Issac and Boscastle and the pub at St Kew became a favorite

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