Ref-000419 Tintagel, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Sleeps 4
- Panoramic Sea & Coastal Views In Comfortable Accommodation
- Private Garden With Barbecue & Garden Furniture
- Overlooking Trebarwith Strand Our Local Beach
- Short Drive To Tintagel Castle
- Sleeps 4- 1 X Double & 1 X Twin
- Covered Veranda Overlooking The Garden And The Beautiful Sea Views
- Multi-fuel Wood Burnning Stove
- Local Bus Service Right Outside The Door
- Child Friendly
- Coastal Location
- Nearby Golfing
- Wireless Internet Access
- Baby Friendly
- Wood Burners
- Nearby Fishing
- Rural Location
The cottage apartment sits in a unique location at the top of Trebarwith Valley - a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - enjoy stunning views of the Atlantic coastline including Port Isaac Bay and Trebarwith Strand. The spectacular scenery makes this an all year round destination; we offer weekly holidays (Saturday to Saturday) during high season (July to September), and a range of short breaks during low season.
Past guests reviews.
“Fantastic cottage in the heart of North Cornwall” 5 of 5 stars. Lovely cottage with everything you will need included, perfect for exploring North Cornwall, fantastic views over Trebarwith from the veranda & 3 mins drive from Tintagel.
Douglas B. said...5 of 5 stars. 2 Aug 2017Happy days at the HaywainExcellent accommodation, being well situated for Trebarwith, Tintagel, Boscastle etc. The property is clean and comfortable, with all the necessary things that make self-catering easy holidaying, in fact my wife and I like it so much we will soon be booking our third visit.
Overlooking the local sandy beach Trebarwith Strand and Trebarwith Valley, with lots of country and coastal walks starting from the door (maps & directions provided). A walk of less than 1 mile down the valley from the cottages takes you past the Mill House Inn to Trebarwith Strand with a surf school, beach cafes, small shops and the Port William pub up on the cliff side overlooking the beach.
The cottage aprtment is entered from the rear of the farmhouse, via a conservatory which enjoys magnificent sea and coastline views. The conservatory leads into the well-equipped farm kitchen/diner, with electric cooker, microwave oven, toaster, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, toaster & all the usual utensils.
The living room has a fireplace with a wood burning stove for cosy nights in addition to electric heating. It contains a TV with a Free satellite HD receiver and DVD player for entertainment and a coffee table and 2 comfortable 2 seater setees .
The cottage accommodates a maximum of 4 people in 2 comfortable heated bedrooms, 1 x double and 1 x twin with 3ft single beds. The modern tiled family bathroom, entered via a small utility room containing the washing machine/dryer, has bath with shower over, washbasin and toilet.
At the rear of the farmhouse there is a large covered veranda with panoramic views over Trebarwith Valley and Port Isaac Bay, where you can enjoy an al fresco meal or sip a glass of wine while watching the sunset over Trebarwith Strand. beyond this is private lawned garden with garden furniture and plenty of room to enjoy the barbeque or where the children can play.
Bed linen and towels provided and beds are made up for your arrival with an electric underblanket on the double bed for cold nights. All elecrticity is included in the price.
Parking available for one car, extra cars by arrangement.
About 1 mile from the cottages is Tintagel with 2 small supermarkets, chemist, restaurants and pubs.
Tintagel also has its world famous castle, which legend tells to be the home of King Arthur of Camelot which is celebrated in King Arthur's Great Hall built in the 1930's by an eccentric millionaire.
Also in Tintagel is "The Old Post Office" - a 14th century manor house and the 900 year old Parish Church of St Materiana.
Immediately adjacent to Tintagel is the sandy cove of Bossiney - hidden away by steep cliffs, it is the ideal spot for a picnic or just a day away from it all. Just a short walk along the cliff path brings you to Rocky Valley, a wooded valley with a cascading stream and some stone carvings which are thought by some historians to be Bronze Age.
- Beautiful holiday xx