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The Barn is a lovely conversion with a contemporary, quirky interior. This upside down house makes the living areas, kitchen and dining area enjoy wonderful woodland and countryside views. The spaces are light and airy yet cosy too. There is a snug area adjacent to an open plan dining / kitchen area and a separate sitting room / TV room. The Barn has a lovely garden enjoying coastal and countryside views with various seating / al fresco dining areas to admire these from.
About the Owner
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:February 2018
Interaction with guests:
On arrival the key will be in the door for you and we ask you to just go on in and have a great stay. There are various members of the family living nearby should you have any questions or require any information on local recommendations but we will simply leave you to your holiday. The Barn is our family home which we vacate during the season to travel ourselves therefore Sara and family won't be around to welcome you on arrival but we will leave everything for you in terms of information etc. And of course any queries can be answered by the family or through email.
Respect the house, countryside and neighbours please. We would prefer it if you didn't wear shoes downstairs - where it is carpeted.
1 Full bath
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$198 / stay
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About the neighborhood
The Barn sits among 4 other dwellings here at Cleave Farm - all of which are owned or occupied by one family. We have been here for over 40 years enjoying this stunning location. It is reached via a mile long private lane through woodland ,a stream and has an incredible view of cliff and sea upon arrival. Surrounded by it's own land of fields and woodland it is situated just metres from the coast path. A walk over the cliffs to the delightful Crackington haven takes in spectacular views North and south. Crackington beach is encased on either side by beautiful high cliffs and at low tide reveals rock pools and sand. A great beach for children it is lifeguarded by RNLI lifeguards during the summer season. The beach has two cafes and a pub.
Crackington is a great place to explore many of the things which North Cornwall has to offer but you really need a car for this as public transport destinations are limited.
How to get there
Airport: Newquay: 32.9 mi
Railway: Bodmin Parkway: 26.1 mi
Ferry: Plymouth : 44.1 mi
The Barn is approximately 5km from the A39 which is the A road which adjoins the A30 into Cornwall. The A30 is about 35km from The Barn. Our nearest airports are Newquay (1hour travelling time) or Exeter (1.5 hour travelling time) There is a regular bus service from the end of the lane to and from the local town of Bude where buses to Exeter and beyond run frequently.