We had a fantastic stay at Creathorn Farm at the end of July 2012.
The accommodation was fantastic we had 6 adults and 2yr old girl in our group and it was perfect. Lovely big kitchen and living areas meant that we never felt on top of one another.
The fantastic big garden area meant that there was lots of space for our daughter to run around it, and we had a couple of lovely BBQ's in the evenings. But for her the main show was definitely 'Andrew the Farmer', she was besotted by him. He could not have been more helpful as he let us watch him go about working life on the farm. She still thinks that he can tell any sheep that she sees to 'go to market'. He has 4 dogs who didn't seem to mind getting cuddled (strangled) by her whenever she got close to them. Well 3 of them anyway, she was never going to catch the jack russell. Its just around the corner from Widemouth Bay so perfect for watching the sunset whilst sat in the pub gardens.
Its a lovely family farm and 'Andrew the farmer' and Alison couldn't have done more to make us feel welcome. I'd like to think we will return again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Granary at Creathorne Farm is a beautifully restored 19th Century Cornish Stone Barn, originally part of the original Farm yard and used as a Mill and adjoining cattle housing, now has been transformed into a beautiful home.Set on our working 3rd generation family farm, moments from the spectacular Rugged North Cornish Coast, yet peacefully situated amidst the lovely Cornish countryside.Renovated to capture the charm and character of the original building with exposed beams and vaulted ceilings, yet furnished and decorated to offer superb 5* luxury.Come and enjoy where countryside meets the coast, sample the famous Cornish hospitality, the food, the sights and sounds that make Cornwall unique. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Creathorne Farm Holiday Cottages Widemouth Bay, Cornwall