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Helland Barton Cottage & Mundens Cottage are set in the peaceful tranquility of rolling farmland. These comfortable and characterful old detached holiday cottages are two miles from the coast and cliff walks leading to Tintagel. Close to the Owners farmhouse, and reached via a farm track, they have their own patio, and are within an easy drive of the golden surfing beach at Polzeath and 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 a warm and cosy cottage in the winter with a roaring fire, thick walls and beamed ceiling.

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Helland Barton Cottage
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 a 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 a bath and separate shower cubicle & 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 kids.
Mundens Cottage
Ground Floor: Entrance through to the open plan ground floor with a very comfortable seating area at one end and the kitchen / dining area at the other end of the property. The kitchen is well equipped with lots of storage.
First Floor: Stairs to the first floor landing with two twin bedrooms (3' beds) and a master double bedroom (4' 6" bed) with en-suite bathroom. There is a further family shower room.
Exterior: Garden with external furniture and BBQ facilities. 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
Helland Barton Cottage has underfloor heating, radiators and an open fire. Mundens has electric heating and a wood burning stove. Both kitchens have an electric oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge / freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a tumble dryer located externally. Sitting rooms have flatscreen, Freeview TV & DVD players. There is an iron & ironing board available.

Miscellaneous
Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included, but you will need to provide your own beach towels. There are combined parking facilities for up to 4 vehicles, plus additional space if required. Up to 2 well behaved dogs are permitted in each property 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 & highchair available. The first basket of logs is provided. Additional logs can be purchased from the owner directly.

General booking Information

Arrival / Departure is normally Saturday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£300 pre-authorised to your credit / debit card as a security deposit is required.

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: 5

Comfort: 4

Condition: 5

Location: 4

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2016-11-07

Guest from Pevensey stayed for 7 nights.

Combination of the 2 cottages just right for large parties

Three parts of a family with grandparents and children aged from 16 to 2 got together on a half-term break and found the 2 cottage arrangement just right. 4 pairs of cooks and nightly surprises from the two kitchens, a quiet space if needed, great for communal meals. Lot to do within easy reach...Trebarwith Strand a joy for all ages, Padstow good fun, Rock and Polzeath beaches suited sandcastlers, body boarders, serious surfers and gentle walkers and all within range of the evocative Rough Tor and Brown Willy. There are lovely views and walks from the cottages. Owners unobtrusive and always helpful. Highly recommended!

4.7

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 5

Value For Money: 3

Review Date:2016-06-06

Guest from Stourport on Severn stayed for 7 nights.

Beautiful cottages

Lovely location, beautiful cottages, special touches like fresh bread, honey, cake, lovely soaps, t towels, wash liquid etc. Lovely crisp linen. Gardens kept emaculate and very pretty. Lovely area and coastline.

4.8

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 4

Location: 5

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2016-02-22

Guest from Welwyn Village stayed for 7 nights.

Half Term Week Away

I would recommend Hellland Barton Farm. The cottages are clean, modern and located off the beaten track.The owners are very friendly people and live on the farm. They are not intrusive and on hand if needed. We enjoyed the log fires and found the cottages very relaxing with all the home comforts. The local area is great for exploring and close to the coastal path. There are some great restaurants and pubs. Nathan Outlaws fish kitchen at Port Issac which was a great experience. We also dined at St Kew also with great food and service. Friday nights they have a few Cornish musicians that rock up and play some traditional tunes. All in all a great location, very friendly people and very good food.

5

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 5

Service and Staff: 5

Comfort: 5

Condition: 5

Location: 5

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2015-12-29

Guest from Bradford on Avon stayed for 7 nights.

A Christmas Break in Cornwall.

Very comfortable, well equipped, warm, beautiful Christmas tree, peaceful, home from home. But BEWARE, the exit from the tarmac track onto the B3314 in Delebole has NO white lines or warning "Give Way" signs. It is very easy to have to do an emergency stop until the junction becomes familiar.

3.8

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 4

Service and Staff: 4

Comfort: 4

Condition: 4

Location: 4

Value For Money: 3

Review Date:2015-08-02

Guest from Cheltenham stayed for 7 nights.

All round very satisfactory.We appreciated the well appointed cottages and general standard of furnishing and decoration.....well above average. We would happily stay there again. Hot water too hot with very young children around.


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