Sunnywell - Bodmin // Bodmin

From: £441 to £840

Upside down accomodation with open plan living area - great views, sleeps 4…

About the accommodation

Tregullon, located in the centre of Cornwall, provides the perfect base for your exploration of this beautiful part of England. Whether you wish to visit the breathtaking, rugged North Cornwall coast, famous for its surfing reputation (Newquay and Polzeath), or the gentler south Cornish coast with its charming fishing villages.

Sunnywell offers a comfortable, stylish barn conversion with full central heating. Upstairs huge exposed A-frames boast authentic, rustic charm. There is an open plan living area with leather suite, child gate, TV. DVD & VCR player, CD, radio, large dining table and a kitchen containing fan oven, ceramic hob, fridge, dishwasher, microwave and many useful extras. There is a full-length window and French doors (with balustrade outside), making the most of the gorgeous views of the Cornish countryside. Downstairs there is a large, vaulted master bedroom with exposed beams and a king size bed, a large en-suite shower room, a twin room with zip and link beds and a luxurious family bathroom with a shower over the bath. Sunnywell now offers free wi-fi connection.

A separate smaller barn conversion is used as a utility and has a washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer, half-sized table tennis and room to store bikes, surf boards etc

Please note that we cannot accept pets at Tregullon and that we have a no smoking policy inside Sunnywell.

We are happy to offer short breaks and flexible start dates in less busy times - ring or email for prices.

Bodmin itself is abundant with history as it is Cornwall's historic county town which is reflected in what's on offer such as Bodmin Jail, the Courtroom Experience, the town museum, the Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry Museum and the Bodmin and Wenford Steam Railway. The town's parish Church, St Petroc's is the largest in Cornwall and is well worth a visit as well as the many concerts held there throughout the year.

On the outskirts of the town there are two grand country houses, Lanhydrock (National Trust) and the lovely Georgian house of Pencarrow which is still owned and lived in by the same family to this day. For garden lovers there are also some more beautiful gardens in the area such as Pinsla Garden with its interesting sculptures and Northwood Garden at St Neot which is a magnificent four acre water garden featuring ponds, streams, waterfalls, bridges, fountains and a romantic island.

For those who love the great ourdoors, there are plenty of walking and cycling opportunities. Bodmin is the start of the Camel Trail which is a 28 mile cycling track which is almost completely flat! The Saints Way also passes nearby the town and is a coast to coast route from Padstow to Fowey. As well as this Bodmin Moor lies to the north east of Bodmin and is full of rambling walks up the granite tors of this wild landscape. Rough Tor near Camelford is particularly stunning and on a clear day you can see all the way to the north Cornish coast.

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