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Homeleigh Farm Holiday Cottages, Chapel Amble, Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 6EU

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Homeleigh Farm Holiday Cottages – Two Quality Cottages in Cornwall

Homeleigh Farm is in Chapel Amble, only 150 yards from the excellent pub/restaurant, the Maltsters Arms and three miles from the Camel Estuary and the magnificent beaches at Rock, Daymer Bay and Polzeath. Port Isaac and Wadebridge are a similar distance. In the village is a shop and Post Office. At Homeleigh Farm we have two cottages which are available all year round including Christmas and New Year. Being built in traditional local style, they are cool in the hot summer sun and snugly warm during the winter months.

The Cottages

Dove Cottage sleeps up to four adults or five adults/children and is a two bedroomed south facing stone built cottage, with its own suntrap of a walled garden. The ground floor is open plan, with a beamed ceiling. There is a pleasant dining area, lounge and galley kitchen. A spiral staircase leads upstairs to two double bedrooms and a bathroom with bath, shower and W.C.

The Loft sleeps up to six adults or seven adults/children and is a three bedroomed stone built cottage, with its own secluded garden. The ground floor has a beamed ceiling. There is a galley kitchen and dining room, a small snug area, and a separate large lounge, with french windows leading to a slate terrace and cottage garden.

A spiral staircase leads upstairs to three bedrooms and a bathroom with bath, shower and W.C. The master bedroom has a double bed and an en suite shower, W.C. and washhand basin. The second bedroom two single beds, and the third bedroom a double bed. The cottage is ideal for families who want separate bedrooms for the children and/or grandparents.

Facilities at a Glance

  • FULLY EQUIPPED KITCHENS
  • COLOUR TV WITH 25+ CHANNELS
  • CENTRAL HEATING
  • BEDDING AND TOWELS PROVIDED
  • FREE WI-FI AVAILABLE
  • WASHING AND DRYING FACILITIES

Useful Information

Check-in: 3:00 P.M.; Check-out: 10:00 A.M.

Free Wi-Fi Internet in Every Cottage

Local Pub and Restaurant Within 150 Yards

Convenient Parking Available

See & Do

The cottages are perfectly located to see the very best of Cornwall. There is easy access to a choice of fine sandy beaches on the Camel Estuary or small and secluded coves on the Atlantic Coast.  There is wonderful walking and pony trekking country over coastal and inland routes, including the North Cornwall Coastal Path, the vast expanse of Bodmin Moor and The Saints Way – a 26 mile coast to coast walk from Padstow to Fowey. In addition, bring your cycles, or hire them in Wadebridge, to ride the Camel Trail to Padstow or inland towards Bodmin.

For the less energetic, there are magnificent country houses such as Lanhydrock and Pencarrow, castles at Restormel and Pendennis and the Victorian Gothic Cathedral at Truro.

Magnificent gardens abound with the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock, Victorian Gardens at Longcross and the Herbary at Hellandbridge. The Eden Project has become the major attraction in Cornwall for the Millenium. The biomes provide a superb insight into tropical and sub-tropical vegetation, and caters for all members of the family. The whole project is an incredible experience both to see and visit.

Visit the beautiful towns and villages of Padstow, Port Quin, Port Isaac, Port Gaverne, Boscastle, St Mabyn, St Tudy, Rock to name just a few.

 

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