Jubilee Cottage - a barn conversion that sleeps 6 guests in 3 bedrooms
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:6 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
great property, clean and comfortable and laid back owner
Jubilee Cottage’s location was great for exploring Cornwall- seemed to be central to a lot of walking routes, beaches and attractions.
The accommodation was clean and modern.
Paul, who we were in contact with, was extremely helpful throughout our stay.
Lovely barn to stay in spacious and light.
Very clean and modern. Great for my overseas guests from Australia and Switzerland. In the countryside but nice little pub nearby.
New Year Break
The cottage is very clean and fresh and fitted to a high and practical standard. It has everything a party of 6 will need including 3 en-suite bedrooms which is a major bonus.
If you are looking for peace and quite, the cottage ticks that box and you walk out of the front door and you can be on open moors in 20 yards. Probably the most relaxed I've been all year!
A Windy Stay
Our group stayed at jubilee during a very wet and windy weekend, but it was a joy the cottage is lovely, comfortable, warm, our bedroom was right opposite the stables which was lovely in the morning watching them going off on a morning hack about 0.5 mile away is the village pub very welcoming and a great food menu , we had a lovely weekend and will definitely be returning.
Visit to Cornwall
Great holiday in a great cottage, loved the location and local pub was fantastic well worth a visit would definitely recommend to friends.
The nearest good country pub is in the middle of St Breward - The Old Inn famed for being Cornwalls highest pub, they have an excellent atmospheric bar with beamed ceilings and roaring log fires (in the winter of course!) The pub was originally built in the 11th century to house the monks who constructed the church next door. There is also a village shop which stocks a wide range of local produce.
If you fancy sampling other areas of Cornwall, Jubilee Cottage's central location gives really good access to the A39 North Coast road from Tintagel down to Newquay and also to the A30 which can take you further west towards Penzance and Mounts Bay with St Michaels Mount. Wadebridge, once a Market Town is now more widely known as being part of The Camel Trail, the cycle route out to Padstow from the depths of Bodmin Moor, on the old tram way route. You can hire a bike at the start of the trail and cycle to Padstow, now famous for being home to Rick Steins Seafood Restaurant, amongst other properties the celebrity chef owns in the town. From Padstow you could take a boat trip across the Camel Estuary to Rock, and lounge on the beautiful beach that stretches all the way around to Daymer Bay. The National Lobster Hatchery neighbours Rick Steins empire in Padstow. The Royal Cornwall Show ground at Wadebridge hosts the county show every June, come rain or shine, opened each year by a member of the Royal Family. Cornish Farmers have had to diversify in recent years and so has the show, but they have kept their traditional roots with steam engines being shown next to the shiny new high-tech tractors. It's not every day you get to see formation JCB digger dancing in the main ring. The National Trust have three properties nearby, Lanhydrock House, Trerice and Carnewas. Slightly further afield is the Eden Project in St Austell, famously built in a disused china clay pit.