Cornish holiday cottage with games room - one of 5 cottages

Cargurra Farm, St Juliot, Boscastle, North Cornwall PL35 0BU

Bedrooms - 2

Sleeps - 4

Bathrooms - 1

Pets welcome - 2

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Cargurra Farm Cottage in Boscastle, Cornwall - 2 bedrooms, sleeps 4

Holiday rentals from £220 - £808
On site there is a Games Room located in the Linhay, a renovated traditional barn. The Games Room includes table tennis, pool table and darts along with board games, books and children’s toys and puzzles. All of which are free to use for guests.

The Linhay also houses a laundry room. The Laundry room contains two washing machines and a tumble dryer with clothes lines just outside for guest use at no extra cost.

Electricity, central heating, linen, towels and wifi Internet access included
Pets welcomed in Gurras, Over Park, Fox Park and Meadows
Pets: £20 per pet, per week
Pets not to be left unattended in your cottage
Arrivals from 3pm
Please vacate the cottage by 10 am on the day of departure.
Deposit is 33% with balance to be paid 1 week before arrival.
Please enquire for the dates that you are interested in

Cargurra Farm is located near Boscastle in an area of outstanding natural beauty. This tranquil setting provides the perfect base for your Cornish holiday. You can explore the farmland or walk the magnificent coastal paths. Relax in the garden with a book or head to Polzeath beach for some surfing. The sandy beaches of Crackington Haven and Port Gaverne are popular places for children to explore rock pools. In the nearby picturesque fishing ports of Boscastle, Port Isaac and Padstow, you can sample a taste of Cornish village life and the famous Cornish pasties and cream teas!

If you can drag yourself away from the beaches, you can visit the fascinating ruins of Tintagel castle, famous for its association with the legend of King Arthur.

Another place not to miss is the world famous Eden project which is under an hour’s drive away. Infact the Over Park at Cargurra Farm is less than an hour’s drive from the M5 so accessible from many places.

Any level of cyclists will enjoy The Camel Trail. This is a 19 mile route that follows the Camel River from Padstow, where it joins the sea in a wide estuary, to Poley’s Bridge inland, where it is merely a stream running through woodland. Should you feel you need a rest, plan a stop at Nanstallon where you will find the Camel Trail Tea Rooms. After a busy day sightseeing, you can return to the peaceful surroundings of Over Park


Over Park cottage is one of five properties located at Cargurra Farm. This self-catering property has been converted from a Victorian barn and very sympathetically restored. Located, upstairs is a well equipped kitchen-diner-lounge. There are two comfortable leather sofas and a woodburning stove to ensure that you are warm whatever the weather. There is stereo plus TV with DVD player should you want the time to sit down and relax. The kitchen is modern and well equipped. It has all that you would need for a relaxed self-catering holiday.

Downstairs are the two bedrooms, a double and a twin plus a shower room. The double bedroom has its own basin in the bedroom and ample storage space in a wardrode and chest of drawers. The twin room is located next door and equally has good storage space too. Outside you can find the gardens, games room with table tennis and pool table and the working farm that you are welcome to roam.

What’s included

Electricity, heating and logs for the burner are included in the price. Bed linen is provided. The change over day is Saturday with check in 3pm and check out 10am. The property is available for short breaks. No pets are allowed.


Follow M5 south, turn off at junction 31 onto the A30 towards Okehampton/Exeter. Travel along the A30 (Dual Carriageway) towards Launceston (about 45 miles). Go past the Launceston Exits. 3 miles past Launceston, leave dual carriageway and take A395 to Wadebridge. Drive 8 miles into Hallworthy (Hamlet), take second right onto B3262 to Bude. Go 11/2 miles, turn right at T-junction onto A39 to Bude (More
important road). 1/2 mile, turn left to Marshgate/Boscastle. After 1 mile, turn left to Tresparrett then continue for 1 1/2 miles (through Tresparrett). When you have to give way, turn sharp left to St. Juliot Church (Ignore earlier St Juliot Church Sign). Take first left (Signed Cargurra) after 300 yards. Follow road over a cattle grid, through fields and over a second cattle grid, past the first building and onto the car park.

Self-catering features

  • Bedrooms: 2 (1 double, 1 twin)
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Freesat TV, DVD and stereo
  • Dishwasher
  • Laundry room within 50 yards
  • Microwave
  • Wood burner
  • Wifi included
  • Garden furniture and BBQ
  • Large garden
  • Sorry no pets
  • Games room with pool and table tennis
  • Boscastle has a range of eateries within 3 miles
  • Off street parking
  • Wide range pubs and restaurants in Boscastle
  • Nearest town: Boscastle 3 miles
  • Nearest railway station: Bodmin Parkway 25 miles
  • Nearest airport: Newquay 30 miles

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