This is a cosy non smoking cottage for two people with one 6' zip and link double bedroom. It has an open plan living area with a wood burner, well equipped kitchen, dining area and sitting room to relax in and take in the surrounding peace and tranquillity. It is ideal for couples and empty nesters. This cottage is fully central heated and the radiators are thermostatically controlled. Fuel and power is included. Initial logs for the woodburner, together with lighters, matches and kindling are supplied. Additional logs can be supplied for a small charge. There are six steps down to the cottage and all the accommodation is on the ground floor. All the rooms have exposed timbers and have a cottagey feel. Shorts breaks are available from 2 nights and weekly bookings are Friday to Friday.
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Type Self Catering
Sleeps 2 - 8
£300 - £990 per week
Three holiday cottages converted from a substantial range of traditional stone outbuildings. Grade II listed and date back to the 17th century. Offering modern comforts in traditional surroundings.
The three holiday cottages have been converted from a substantial range of traditional stone outbuilding forming an L shape. The barns are grade 11 listed and date back to the 17th century. The barns have been sympathetically converted into three cottages offering modern comforts within traditional surroundings. Each cottage has its own outside sitting area with table and chairs. Beyond the car park there is a large shared grass area for games and relaxation with a barbeque area. Visitors are free to walk and explore the 40 acres here at Mennabroom.
Apart from the farmhouses two private two gardens, there are fields and deciduous woodland which is intersected by the River Dewey. This whole area attracts a wide variety of wildlife and provides beautiful peaceful walks. Please note that there are two deep ponds along the drive close to the waterfall, therefore children must be supervised at all times in this area.
This is a cosy non smoking cottage sleeping, two to six people. An occupancy discount for two is available most of the year. It has one 5' double bedroom and second bedroom with adult 3' bunk beds. Also in the sitting room is a Mulityork sofa bed. There are six steps down to the cottage and all the accommodation is on one floor. There is one step down from the entrance hall into the sitting room/diner. The kitchen is along the entrance hall next to the shower room and bedrooms. This property is ideal for couples, young families, grandparents and groups of friends. The cottage is fully central heated and the radiators are thermostatically controlled. Oil and power is included. Short breaks are available from 2 nights and weekly bookings are Saturday to Saturday.
This is a child/dog friendly cottage accommodating up to 8 people plus 1 infant. It is ideal for families of all ages. The cottage is centrally heated with a cosy woodburner and Multiyork sofabed in the sitting room. The main living area is upstairs to take advantage of the views and is divided into three separate areas, kitchen, dining room and sitting room. The sleeping accommmodation is downstairs, offering one king size double with ensuite, one 3' bunk room and one superking/twin room with shower room sharing with the bunk room.
All rooms have a cottagey feel and short breaks are welcomed with a minimum of 2 nights. Weekly bookings are from Saturday to Saturday.
Additional Directions Information
How to find Mennabroom Mennabroom is approximately 3 miles off the A30 on the south side of Bodmin Moor roughly mid way between Bolventor (Jamaica Inn) and St. Neot and a short distance from Colliford Lake. This gives Mennabroom a unique advantage in being easily accessible from the A30 and A38 for both the north and south coasts. Please do not use satellite navigation as our drive does not appear on any route maps! BY CAR From M5, Exeter Take the A30 heading south west signed Bodmin. After the Launceston turning still heading to Bodmin, pass the Jamaica Inn turning. Shortly after this, take a left turn signed Colliford Lake Park. Drive for 3 miles crossing over 4 cattle grids, (do not turn off to Warleggan), and just before the fifth cattle grid, fork right signed Mennabroom Cottages and Tamar. You will see the lane is marked unsuitable for HGV's. After approximately 25 yards, turn right at the Mennabroom sign, drive over the cattle grid and follow the drive to the farmhouse. From A38 Plymouth Take the A38 to Liskeard. From Liskeard continue in the Bodmin direction along the A38. Follow signs to St. Neot/Carnglaze Caverns. Drive through St. Neot and up Tripp Hill. Turn right at the first signpost to Colliford Lake. At next junction bear right and continue for approximately 2 miles. After the cattle grid signed Letter Moor, turn sharp left, signed Mennabroom Cottages and Tamar. You will see the lane is marked unsuitable for HGV's. After approximately 25 yards, turn right at the Mennabroom sign, drive over the cattle grid and follow the drive to the farmhouse. Co ordinates to cattlegrid at entrance Lat. 50.5, long. -4.58 BY TRAIN Bodmin Parkway Station is ten minutes away by car and four hours from London Paddington. Cars can be hired from Enterprise Cars, Bodmin who will meet you at the station. BY AIR Newquay Airport is 45 minutes by car Exeter Airport is 60 minutes by car Bristol airport is 2 hours by car Ryan Air, Air Southwest, BmiBaby, Flybe, Easyjet, Air Wales, British Airways and Skybus use the above airports.
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