THE GARDEN PLACE BOSCASTLE
Superb spacious cottage style garden apartment sleeping 2-4 people
The Garden Place, Dunn Street, Boscastle
The accommodation comprises:
The Garden Place is on the lower floor of 'Penagar' house. The large private sunny garden has stunning panoramic views over the Jordan Valley and provides an idyllic and tranquil setting for your stay in Boscastle.
There is central heating in all the rooms and the decor and furnishings are of a high standard, which aim to provide comfortable and cosy accommodation throughout the year.
Outside there is a patio, swing-seat and a private terraced
A short stroll takes you to a choice of good pubs and restaurants and the village has a bakery, post office, grocery stores and some excellent gift shops and galleries. A 5-minute walk from The Garden Place will take you to the superb coastal footpath.
Flexible short breaks are available during low and mid season. Bookings can start and end on any day of the week.
At The Garden Place we provide a personalised service and are on hand to help you before and during your stay with us. We feel sure once you have sampled the delights The Garden Place and Boscastle have to offer, you will want to return again and again.
Boscastle is a typical Cornish-fishing village with quaint old cottages and a picturesque Elizabethan Harbour owned by the National Trust. The village nestles at the confluence of two-wooded river valleys on one of the most magnificent and dramatic parts of this rugged coastline and boasts many beautiful walks. The Three Church Walk (Minster, Lesnewth and St Juliots) provides a wonderful opportunity to discover some of the numerous old churches within the Boscastle area. Walking to them will take you through woods, valleys, bubbling brooks and occasional glimpses of the sea!
Boscastle is a good place from which to explore the surrounding countryside, wide sandy beaches and small-secluded coves. The area has something for everyone whatever your interest. There are National Trust houses and gardens; the famous 'Lost Gardens of Heligan' and the exciting Eden Project are all within easy reach by car. Only a short distance away is the Camel Valley Vineyard where you can sample some excellent Camel Valley award winning English wines
For the more active, there is a choice of venues for water sports, which include everything from sailing to wind surfing on inland waters or in the sea. A short car journey will take you to the sandy beaches good for surfing at Trebarwith, Crackington Haven, Polzeath and Widemouth Bay and to other sandy coves where you can sunbathe and swim.
There are a number of excellent golf courses. St Mellion designed by arguably the greatest golfer of all time Jack Nicklaus, is unquestionably the finest in Cornwall, takes about 35 minutes to get to. Horse riding stables are nearby and cycle hire shops at Padstow and Wadebridge are handy for cycling along the Camel Trail.
The area also has many fine fish restaurants and numerous places where you can purchase fresh local fish, lobsters and crabs (when in season).