Lounge & dining area
The modern living space comprises of a comfortable sitting room with wood burning fire, digital TV and Wi-Fi
There is a dining table for 6 with French doors opening on to the terrace and looking out the the garden.
The fully fitted country kitchen overlooks the garden and provides you with everything you'll need and expect from a holiday home away from home.
There is a laundry room at Darrynane House with washing machines and a dryer. Riverside cottage has its own drying line, airer, iron and board .
Bedroom sleeps 2 with Double bed
This traditionally furnished room comes complete with an en-suite shower room to add a little luxury to your stay.
With beautiful views over the river.
All linen and towels provided
Bedroom sleeps 2 with Twin bed
Located towards the rear of the cottage this twin bedroom looks out over the woods.
Bedroom sleeps 2 with Twin bed
Situated at the front of the cottage this bedroom is furnished with 2 single beds making an ideal twin bedroom for younger guests or can be converted to make a king size bed at your request.
Bathroom with Stand Alone Shower, Sink and Toilet
The bathroom is a fully fitted wet room which is also wheelchair friendly.
Terrace with wooden furniture looking out over lawned area.
Private parking for up to 3 cars.
The River Tor runs down below the northern boundary of the cottage and the garden is fully fenced.
Explore Cornwall . . .
Darrynane Holiday Cottages are located on the outskirts of the moorland village of St Breward in the heart of Poldark Country.
In St Breward you’ll find a Post Office, well stocked village stores and newsagents open every day. St Breward Stores is well stocked with everything you may need for your self-catering holiday with daily deliveries from the local bakery. You can also pre-order groceries and have them delivered to the cottage for your arrival. You can withdraw money at the Post Office.
The Old Inn Pub in the village has an excellent reputation for food with a varied and extensive menu and a good range of local Cornish and national beers. More excellent pubs and eating places can be found a short drive away.
The immediate locality offers a host of different levels of walking from level walks on the Camel Trail and parts of Bodmin Moor, undulating wooded valley experiences or more challenging hikes across to Rough Tor and Brown Willy, the highest peaks in Cornwall.
Cycling is also a great way to see this lovely area with SUSTRANS Route Number 3 passing through Bodmin moor. The Camel Trail begins nearby at Wenford Bridge, and runs 17.5 miles to Padstow, passing through Bodmin and Wadebridge on the way.
For those who prefer to relax and chill the area around Delphi Bridge on the De Lank rivers offers a picnic and paddling haven for all ages.
Good local road networks make the North & South Coast beaches easily accessible. Try Polzeath, the surf capital of the area, for surfing, body boarding, rock pooling or just chilling in the summer sun or Daymer Bay at the end of the River Camel estuary for a more sedate bathing option. Other major beaches nearby include Tintagel’s Trebarwith Strand and Bude’s Widemouth Bay. South Coast beaches include: East Looe, Polkerris, Gorran Haven, Par Sands and Porthpean.
Other destinations to consider during your stay are Bodmin Town with its Steam Railway or Bude for a stroll along the recently refurbished canal or to enjoy the natural swimming pool. If the weather’s inclement experience the splash swimming pool with wave machine and slides.
If visiting gardens and ancients houses are more your thing the National Trust’s Lanhydrock house or Pencarrow House are both a short drive away and the ever popular Eden Project with its breathtaking innovative biomes are all worth a day trip. Tintagel, Boscastle, Port Isaac, Padstow, Launceston and Tavistock are all within easy reach.
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