h.This is a charming 18th century mid-terrace cob cottage, stands to one side of the country lane on the outskirts of the peaceful village of marhamchurch we are about 500 meter from the village pub/cummunity shop,and 2 miles for biggier supermarkets.\tea cosy cottage welcomes you and has a woodburner for the coolier evenings with all wood supplied there are many wonderfull places to explore this time of the year.
Cottage in Marhamchurch, Nr. Bude, Cornwall, England - Quiet Location, 2 Miles Away From Bude Town Centre And Stunning Beaches
Mrs J M Grigg
- Calendar last updated:
- Nov 1, 2018
About Mrs J M Grigg
I have lived at Tea Cosy cottage which is part of Park Farm farming business, this has been my family home since 1973. The farm is separated from Tea Cosy Cottage which is now runned by my 2 grown up sons. I have been welcoming Self catering holidays here, for 40 years and I have met many wonderful people from across the world. I have lived in the North Cornwall area all my life, and enjoy the beautiful countryside, the lovely beaches, and living on the Atlantic Coast which can quickly change! You are most welcome at Tea Cosy Cottage and I hope you enjoy the Atlantic Coasts too.
Why Mrs J M Grigg chose Marhamchurch
My late husband was the 4th Generation.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
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Lovely cottage and a very nice welcome
Spacious cottage and very well situated for the beach and a pub in walking distance. Although it rained nearly everyday day
, we had a lovely time
Thankyou for your kind comment because i know the weather was not kind to you ,however it was lovely to meet you,and thankyou for being lovely guest at Tea cosy cottage.
Great kerb appeal but needs some investment
Lovely quiet location in the village. House full of character but a bit tired and in need of money spending. Shower hopeless alternating between freezing and scalding. Lack of a proper garden is a distinct disadvantage.
Glad you found the cottage full of character andrew,i shall look forward spending time on it when i retire!but the cottage has been a wonderful asset for many decades and as explained cosy and homely for the holiday letting which reflects the price for holiday purpose to enjoy.Sorry you wished for a garden but i do explain and show front pictures of the front patio and furniture,which at the moment has pretty black caine setting and table.All the very best to you ,and thankyou.
Lovely, quaint cottage
We had all we needed and had enough room for 6 adults and a child, at Tea cosy cottage, all cutlery, plates, dishes, pans etc, were all there. The cottage itself is about a 5 minute drive to the centre of Bude, so is ideal, the village where it is located is very quiet, there is only one shop and one pub, which is old and very, very quiet, no music, TVs, etc so we only went once. However the location for the area around north Cornwall is great, but all need a bit of a drive to get to. We went into Bude most nights where's plenty to do and the beach is fantastic. In the village of Marehamchurch, there is a very, very old church which is worth a visit. We enjoyed our week in Tea cosy cottage and would recommend staying there to anyone who needs a base for this area. It was Good value for money, has a very friendly owner and is perfect for a large family.
Thankyou for your comments,and i am delighted to hear you enjoyed your stay at Tea cosy Cottage,and the town of BUDE.
MARVELLOUS LITTLE COTTAGE.
OUR STAY WAS FAULTLESS. LOCATION WAS FAULTLESS. THE OWNER (A LOVELY LADY WITH A LITTLE GIRLS GIGGLE WHICH I FOUND VERY INFECTIOUS) NEVER BOTHERED YOU. MORE IMPORTANTLY, YOU NEVER HAD TO BOTHER HER.
STAY THERE IF YOU CAN, YOU CERTAINLY WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.
thankyou kevin and others for your kind words,i knew you very much enjoyed the village pub/food, and other places in Bude,it was a pleasure meeting you all.
charming country cottage
lovely cottage and village everyone very nice and helpful great place to stay to explore north cornwall
Thankyou for your kind comments,it was a pleasure meeting you all, and thankyou for choosing Tea cosy cottage,because it was a very long journey on those beautiful bikes.!
Bude beaches are life guard patrolled, all well known for surfing. Bude beach has a sea pool, all about 2 miles away.
Car needed, Exeter airport is about 40 miles away.
Within approx 30 minuet drive there are many picturesque villages. Port Isaac (where Doc Martin is filmed), Boscastle and Tintanel are real favourites for the old King Arthur, and Padstow where Rick Stein has a fish and chip shop. The Eden Project is about an hours drive. Dartmoor, Bodmin moor and Ex-moor are great for walks and breath taking view. They are all about an hours drive.
Bude has Morrisons, co-op and Sainsburys supermarkets. There are also Italian, Indian, Chinese and pizza take away/restaurants. There are also a number of fish and chip shops.
Rates & Availability
Booking Notes: Deposit required and balance 6 weeks before arrival. 3pm arrival, departure day 10am. Changeover Day: Saturday is change over day, but flexible out of season.