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The Cottage


Property Address: Bokiddick Farm, Lanivet, Bodmin, PL30 5HP

Property Type: Self Catering

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Cornwall

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Property Description :
A luxury two bedroomed Grade II listed 16th Century cottage.
• Peaceful setting with a private garden, patio and BBQ.
• High quality furnishings & appliances.
• Oil fired central heating throughout.
• Sumptuous bed linen and towels.
• Plenty of parking space.
• Open all year round including Christmas and New Year.
• Complementary breakfast hamper / cream tea, fresh flowers and toiletries.

The Cottage is full of charm and character with granite, slate and oak used extensively throughout. It enjoys a wonderful rural setting, with magnificent views - a haven of peace and tranquillity; Combined with it’s central location it’s the perfect place to explore everything that Cornwall has to offer.

The Cottage aims to feature everything you need for a fabulous holiday. It has been restored using high standards of craftsmanship whilst retaining many of its original period features such as its impressive granite archway, magnificent granite fireplaces and oak beams.

Granite steps lead you into the Kitchen. Step through the door and discover country living at it’s best. The kitchen has solid oak units with granite worktops and a slate floor and is fully equipped with top quality modern appliances including a microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble drier and ironing facilities.

The impressive granite archway invites you into the dining room with its solid oak farmhouse table and chairs, Rangemaster cooker with hob, griddle and hot plate in the original granite fireplace. Let your inner chef loose!

Unwind and relax in the cosy sitting room with a glass of wine on romantic winter evenings in front of the glowing wood burner, which nestles in the original granite fireplace. This room is tastefully furnished with a large, comfy sofa and armchairs, a 32” LCD TV with Freeview, DVD player and stereo / CD player.

Relax on the sun filled patio throughout glorious summer days. After a delicious BBQ step through the French doors to the light and airy sunroom, snuggle into the cane suite and plan the next day’s adventures.

The stairway leads up to a spacious master bedroom boasting a luxurious 6ft super-king bed (which can easily convert into two singles) The second bedroom boasts an equally superb 5ft King size bed. The bedrooms are full of character with their original oak beams, solid oak furniture and tastefully coordinated soft furnishings. Plus there’s no shortage of creature comforts including LCD TVs, and hairdryers etc.

The bathroom has an elegant bathroom suite with a bath and shower. Indulge yourself with our complementary toiletries and soft fluffy towels.

Should other family and friends wish to stay, extra accommodation can be provided in the farmhouse which is about 50 yards from the Cottage.

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Things to see and do in Cornwall :


Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden
Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden


Visiting the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden is a unique experience, offering a remarkable insight into the work and outlook of one of Britain's most important twentieth century artists. Sculptures in bronze, stone and wood are on display in the Museum and Garden, along with paintings, drawings and archive material. Barbara Hepworth first came to live in Cornwall with her husband Ben Nicholson and their young family at the outbreak of war in 1939. She lived and worked in Trewyn studios, now the Hepworth Museum, from 1949 until her death in 1975. Following her wish to establish her home and studio as a museum of her work, Trewyn Studio and much of the artist's work remaining there was given to the nation and placed in the care of the Tate Gallery in 1980.


Blue Reef Aquarium
Blue Reef Aquarium


Blue Reef is part of an exciting new generation of aquarium attractions designed to inspire deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world. We want to show you all the fantastic creatures that live in our seas and oceans. Our displays take you on an undersea tour; from the British coastline to faraway tropical reefs and lots more in between.


Lanhydrock
Lanhydrock


Lanhydrock is the perfect country house and estate, with the feel of a wealthy but unpretentious family home. Follow in the footsteps of generations of the Robartes family, walking in the 17th-century Long Gallery among the rare book collection under the remarkable plasterwork ceiling. After a devastating fire in 1881 the house was refurbished in the high-Victorian style, with the latest mod cons. Boasting the best in country-house design and planning, the kitchens, nurseries and servants' quarters offer a thrilling glimpse into life 'below stairs', while the spacious dining room and bedrooms are truly and deeply elegant.


Launceston Steam Railway
Launceston Steam Railway


The L.S.R. runs from the historic Cornish town of Launceston through several miles of countryside to the hamlet of Newmills. Trains run throughout the summer, hauled by steam locomotives built to a famous design by the Hunslet Engineering Company in the late 1800's. On site at Launceston station are a café, museum, workshop, well stocked shop and bookshop, and adjacent to the railway at Newmills is a popular farm park (separate charge). Tickets allow you unlimited travel on the day of your visit, so you can ride up and down as many times as you wish, or break your journey for a riverside picnic or to explore the local footpaths. There are also remains of an Augustinian Priory which you can view at Launceston station.


Minack Theatre
Minack Theatre


The Minack Theatre is an open-air theatre. Visiting the Minack will certainly be one of the highlights of any trip to Cornwall area and Penzance. The setting is breathtalkingly beautiful and it is almost unbelievable that this place exists!


Museum of Witchcraft
Museum of Witchcraft


The Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle, Cornwall, houses the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts and regalia. The museum has been located in Boscastle for over forty years and is amongst Cornwall's most popular museums.


National Maritime Museum Cornwall
National Maritime Museum Cornwall


The Museum's Collections consist of a range of objects, boats, art, books and archives in support of its mission to promote an understanding of small boats and their place in people's lives, and of the maritime Heritage of Cornwall.


Newquay Zoo
Newquay Zoo


Experience the wildlife with over 130 different species set in lush sub-tropical lakeside gardens. From the amazing open rainforest exhibit to the beautiful oriental garden there is something for all ages and abilities. Plenty to keep your children occupied with the tarzan trail, children's play area, animal encounters, face painting and much more.


Tintagel Castle
Tintagel Castle


With its spectacular location on Cornwall’s dramatic and windswept Atlantic coastline, Tintagel is a place of magic and myth where the legend of King Arthur was born. This historic spot is rich in flora and fauna and provides a breeding ground for sea birds, lizards and butterflies. Tintagel Castle is Cornwall’s most iconic site. A strong hold of the Earls of Cornwall, the castle was built in the 13th century. Now in ruins, it still has the power to inspire.


Trerice Manor House
Trerice Manor House


Trerice is an Elizabethan manor house, located in Kestle Mill near Newquay, Cornwall. Trerice was built in 1573 by Sir John Arundell. The manor house, located a few miles from Newquay in Cornwall, stayed in his family until 1802 and it is believed to be haunted by a variety of phantom residents. Now the property of The National Trust, Trerice is open to visitors.