This oak timber framed log cabin built from locally sourced, sustainable materials offers comfortable and warm accommodation in a quiet corner of a holiday park.
Nestled in a quiet corner of a pleasant complex within the beautiful North Cornwall countryside, find river walks and views over lush fields from the doorstep of this timber framed log cabin. Sleeping six guests, get all the family together including those with four legs and spend the days hiking coastal paths, scampering woodland trails or exploring rugged moorland.
Exposed beams, pillars and timber flooring create a cabin-style feel, with the open-plan ground floor spacious yet cosy. On warm afternoons open the French doors to the patio so your pup can potter in and out as he pleases as you sink on the sofa with a cup of tea. This property benefits from a shared tennis court, so work up an appetite before supper with a game or two! Enjoy dining alfresco morning, noon and night listening to the soothing babble of the River Inny. Come nightfall, your canine chum will love dozing in the warmth in front of the wood burner-effect gas fire, as you snuggle down with a good book. Come the morning, your happy hound can wake with a roll in the grass as you sip a coffee and get ready for another day of fun.
Explore the many beaches and coves along the breath-taking Cornish coastline, such as Bossiney Cove (7 miles), Crackington Haven (7.5 miles) and Chevron Fold (12 miles). The picturesque harbour village of Port Isaac (13 miles) is a fantastic day trip offering independent shops and cafes, or head inland to Golitha Falls (17.5 miles) for walks and a waterfall amongst ancient oak woodland. Keen walkers should set off for Bodmin Moor (13 miles) where rugged landscape provides excellent views, whilst the wooded estate around the house of Lanhydrock (20 miles) is a haven for dogs.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.