The Wagon LinneyBooking Ref: Bude 66
- Sleeps : 12
- Bedrooms : 6
- Pets : No
- Distance to beach : 2 miles
- Changeover day : Friday
The Wagon Linney Description
Recommended. Ideal for both large or smaller groups. ‘The Wagon Linney’ is a higher standard barn conversion situated in Morwenstow near Kilkhampton village, 5 miles from the beaches at Bude, North Cornwall. Under 2 miles to Duckpool beauty spot and beach. Lovely National Trust footpath walk leading from farm, through Coombe Valley and down to Duckpool beach. Bude is a beach resort with varied holiday attractions, a favourite for surfers; free huge open air beach swimming pool, golf course, leisure centre, boating on Bude canal and much more. A rugged coastline, with miles of beaches and coastal walks. At low tide try the 2 miles plus walk from Sandymouth beach (an excellent sandy beach 3 miles away) along the various beaches to Bude or choose the cliff top option. ‘The Wagon Linney’ is a terraced stone house in a pretty rural setting on a 300 acres working farm (beef and dairy), at the top of the farm’s driveway. The house was converted during 2003 from an old 18th century stone barn, the owners having taken great care to preserve the original character of the building (exposed beams etc) and to provide appealing accommodation. Own large front garden. Farm play field with goal post, swings, etc. Approx a 5 minutes stroll to free fishing on the farm’s 2 ponds. One pond (approx 66 yards long) was restocked with coarse fish during 2010 (tench, golden rudd & carp). Tench up to 3lbs and carp up to 10lbs. Fun fishing (not for serious fishermen).The 2nd pond, dating back to medieaval times, was originally used as a carp pond by local monks back in the 12th century and is one of the oldest in the country (featured on a T.V. programme) and has been set aside as a nature sanctuary, often hosting migratory birds such as ducks. What makes the ponds so attractive is that they are in a wooded setting, making a lovely venue for picnics, fishing, or just to enjoy the scenery. For the more energetic minded, walk across the adjacent field (with panoramic views over the countryside) along the footpath through the farm’s 13 acres of woodland. The cottage may appeal to 2 families sharing because there are 2 staircases, as described below, each leading solely to its own first floor bedrooms-providing each family with privacy.
Prices Per Week2019: To April 12 £387, April 12 to 26 £758, April 26 to May 24 £387, May 24 to 31 £782, May 31 to June 28 £764, June 28 to July 5 £1027, July 5 to 12 £1135, July 12 to 19 £1158, July 19 to Aug 16 £1763, Aug 16 to 23 £1158, Aug 23 to 30 £1145, Aug 30 to Sept 13 £512, Sept 14 to Oct 18 £388, Oct 18 to 25 £751, Oct 25 onwards £388 (except Xmas £895 & New Year £1039).
From Ist staircase- Bedroom 1 has 1 double bed with en-suite shower room with shower unit, washbasin & toilet. Bedroom 2 has 1 double bed with en-suite shower room with shower unit, washbasin and toilet. From 2nd staircase- Bedroom 3 has 1 double bed. Bedroom 4 has bunk beds. Bedroom 5 has 2 single beds. Bathroom with bath, toilet & washbasin. Downstairs: Bedroom 6 has 1 double bed. Kitchen/diner with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher & T.V. Bathroom with bath, toilet & washbasin. Sitting room with T.V. (now a 50 inch widescreen), video & DVD.
Cot & High Chair. Linen inclusive. Central heating and electric inclusive. This cottage is non-smoking.
Own adjacent parking spaces for 4 cars. No pets.