Self catering near Boscastle
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Cargurra Farm offers guests a choice of holiday cottages that are ideal for both family holidays or for couples looking for a peaceful break away. These delightful four star holiday cottages are located in a lovely position on a farm and are ideal for those who enjoy walking or who want to explore the many delights that North Cornwall has to offer. Here you can walk the nature trail, The Farm and the magnificent coastal footpath where you will enjoy spectacular scenery.
Visit the pretty harbour of Boscastle, Tintagel Castle and beautiful sandy beaches of the North Coast which are perfect for children to play, for adults to relax or to enjoy the thrill of surfing.
Cargurra Farm is the perfect base from which to explore North Cornwall. Tintagel, Launceston, Bude and Wadebridge are all within half an hour drive and Padstow as well as the world famous Eden Project can be reached within one hour. Here you will see spectacular scenery and countryside, golden beaches, pretty little villages and quiet traditional pubs serving locally produced food and ales - the perfect recipe for a wonderful holiday!
The holiday cottages are all graded four star by VisitBritain and are very well equipped with full central heating, electricity, linen, WiFi internet access. Over Park, East Park and West Park have wood burners or open fires, making them perfect all year around. Four of the cottages, Fox Park, Meadows, Little Gurras and East Park will also take well behaved dogs at a small additional charge of £20 per week / per dog.
The large gardens are equipped with plenty of garden furniture and charcoal barbeques, providing the ideal place for evening meals, a game of football or to simply relax with a glass of wine and a good book!
There is a games room which guests can enjoy (and which makes a rainy day enjoyable!) with pool table, table tennis, darts and games for younger children, all at no extra charge.
The owners family have been farming this land for five generation, and want to be farming it for five more, so are doing their best to make the cottages more eco friendly. They have joined the green tourism business scheme and are working hard to improve their recycling, energy and cleaning products use, along with many other things.