Tynedale, sleeps seven people in four bedrooms and is centrally located in the friendly North Cornwall village of St Teath. It is the perfect base for an outdoor or family holiday. Ten minutes from the glorious North Cornwall coast for walking and the sea. It is close to the charming seaside towns of Port Isaac (of Doc Martin fame), Rock, the foodies’ delight of Padstow, Polzeathand Widemouth Bay for surfing, the wild scenery of Arthurian Tintagel, the South West Coast Path, Poldark country, Rosamund Pilcher trail and many other picturesque and historic sites.
The area abounds with good restaurants and friendly pubs, it is within easy reach of the Eden Project (45 minutes) and many of the other attractions, both natural and man-made that Cornwall has to offer. The bustling small town of Wadebridge is twenty minutes away, with its three supermarkets and interesting speciality shops.
The cottage has two cosy living rooms, each with television and log burner. The four comfortable bedrooms and spacious and well-equipped kitchen/ diner also render it ideal for just chilling out. Free wi-fi is provided along with a good selection of games and a Wii. The secluded patio with barbecue and garden furniture offers a relaxing space for outdoor eating and entertaining, and the property also features a charming low-maintenance front garden.
St.Teath welcomes its visitors with a shop/post office/off licence (“open all hours”), butcher selling locally produced meat, a 14th century church and a dog- and child-friendly pub serving excellent and good value meals, all within 200 yards of your front door. The area is a pooch’s paradise and we welcome up to two well behaved dogs.