No 15 Tregoodwell
Tregoodwell, Camelford, North Cornwall
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Description of No 15 TregoodwellNumber 15 is just perfection, nestling between its neighbours in the quiet hamlet of Tregoodwell, off an unmade lane with parking just in front of the cottage. Over 200 years old and for a time the local pub. this charming cottage has bags of character with its many original features combined witha modern kitchen and bathroom and en suite. Moorland and riverside walks start from the front door and glorious sandy beaches are a short drive away. Yet the historic market town of Camelford, with its shops, pubs and restaurants is just a 10 minute walk away.
The Kitchen / Dining Room is well equipped with quartz worktops, a wood burner and a big table for all to gather around. The Sitting Room is really snug with its white beams, comfortable seating and an open fire. The cottage style turning staircase leads to the three individually styled bedrooms, one en suite, and the large family bathroom. Outside, the good sized garden is terraced and totally enclosed, safe for children to play in and a real sun trap of a patio for al fresco eating.
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Local InformationCamelford, within walking distance, has a full range of shops, a Leisure Centre with a 20m Swimming Pool, an Art Gallery, Museum and Tourist information Centre. There is a good variety of Restaurants, Pubs and Takeaways. An Equestrian centre and 18 hole Golf Course are close by. Camelford is also famous for the nearby historical site at Slaughterbridge, where a battle was fought in the 7th Century, as legend has it, King Arthur's nemesis.
Part of the National Cycle Route passes less than a mile from Tregoodwell, skirting the western edge of Bodmin Moor, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Camel Trail is less than 10 miles away, linking Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow where you can take the ferry across the Camel Estaury to Rock.
Besides wonderful walking on Bodmin Moor and along the River Camel, the pretty Harbour town of Boscastle, King Arthur's Castle at Tintagel, Trebarwith and Tregardock's Sandy Beaches (also good for Surfing) and the Coastal Path compete for your time whatever the season. Not to mention Kayakking at Port Quinn, the popular but unspoilt harbour town of Port Isaac and the Industrial Heritage of Cornwall's slate and mining sites that are such a feature of the countryside. So much to do, so little time.....
Accessibility DetailsThe property is not suitable for wheelchair users.
NotesPlease note that these Rates are indicative only. Click through to the No 15 Tregoodwell web site for full details. Off Season Short Breaks and Discounts for smaller parties are available. Please contact the owners direct.
ChangeoverChangeover day is Saturday. Arrival from 15.00 hrs, and Departure by 10.00 Hrs.
Booking ConditionsPlease click through to the No 15 Tregoodwell website or contact the owners direct.
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