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Oh-so-sweet, this charming, bijoux bolthole lies on Trebarwith Strand and boasts stunning sea views; a luxurious pad that's just perfect for exploring the wild north Cornish coastline - bliss!

At a Glance

From £545 for a long weekend or mid week break.
Al Fresco eating Autumnal escapes Baby on Board Cliff-top setting in 50 acres of farmland Fabulous restaurants and bars nearby Farmstays Just for two Panoramic North Coast views Pet-free property Sandy beach nearby Short drive to beaches WiFi Workcation Retreat Coastal Walking distance to a pub Walking distance to the beach Wood Burner Perfect For Couples Parking
Perched high on the cliffs of north Cornwall with azure sea views, this delightful retreat is just perfect for single travellers or couples wanting a seaside sojourn away from it all. With soft, natural tones throughout, simple yet luxurious furnishings and pretty artwork, this is a mellow, calming escape guaranteed to make everyday life a distant memory. Underfloor heating and a wood burner make this a cosy autumn and winter escape, whilst the courtyard garden and sea views make this a wonderful spring and summer getaway. Set on the north Cornish coastline between Port Isaac to the west and Tintagel to the east, this is an exceptional spot and just perfect for those seeking the best that Cornwall has to offer, from its incredible eateries and the dramatic South West Coastal Path to the golden beaches and historic sites.
Living, eating and sleeping

Fentafriddle Lodge benefits from one beautiful, open plan space - all the better for spending time together, or perfect if you're seeking a cosy break away by yourself. Step through the front door and immediately to your right lies the sitting area, complete with snug wood burner flickering its warm welcome. Nestled around the fire lies a cosy Arlo and Jacob sofa for two and an armchair, the perfect spot for curling up with a good book. In addition, there's a Smart TV for when you want to catch up with a box set or seek comfort in a classic film. Next to the sitting area lies the kitchen. The Plain English kitchen is cool and calm in white tones, and home to an electric oven with induction hob, Belfast sink, fridge and all the other essentials you'll need to rustle up meals, plus a Nespresso coffee machine and a washer-dryer. To the left of the front door lies the bedroom area. The king-sized bed lies in its own recess away from the rest of the room and comes complete with its own window, bedside tables, cupboard space and hanging space on the wall. Handily the bed has a secret storage space underneath - just lift the bed and pop in your suitcases to keep them neatly tucked away.

Bathing

The stunning bathroom comes complete with a Lefroy Brooks shower plus a deep bath - perfect for long soaks! A heated rail ensures towels are kept warm and fluffy.

Outdoor space

Fentafiddle Lodge has a gorgeous patio complete with table and chairs for alfresco dining and gazing at the sea views. In addition, guests are most welcome to use the lawn space either side of the driveway - these are communal spaces for guests staying in any of the properties on the estate.

Parking

There is private, off-road parking.

Location

Please note that Fentafriddle Lodge lies on a larger estate shared with other properties, which are also Boutique Retreats - Fentafriddle Farmhouse, Roundhouse, Little Fentafriddle and Tremanon.

Babies

Babies are most welcome at Fentafriddle Lodge - please bring your own baby equipment with you.

Dogs

This is one of our pet-free properties.

In the Area

Set close to the stunning coastline of Trebarwith Strand, you're wonderfully positioned to explore this beautiful stretch of the north Cornish coastline. Head west to Port Isaac, home to two Nathan Outlaw restaurants and The Fisherman's Friends. Further along there's the gorgeous Camel Estuary, flanked by Padstow and Rock - hire bikes and explore the Camel Trail for a wonderful day out. Head east to Tintagel, supposed home of King Arthur, whilst fascinating Boscastle is a must, as is the stunning natural phenomenon of St Nectan's Glen. Head inland and the wilds of Bodmin Moor awaits, the intense, rugged landscape that so inspired Daphne du Maurier to write 'Jamaica Inn'. Further afield The Lost Garden of Heligan and The Eden Project are well worth a visit too.

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Short breaks:

  • Mid Week Breaks (Mon to Fri) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Long Weekends (Fri to Mon) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Short breaks are not available at Christmas and New Year.

Payments:

  • A 13 deposit & £38 booking fee secures your dates.
  • Payment of balance is due 8 weeks before your holiday starts.
  • There is a charge of £35 per pet per week or short break
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