St Breward, Cornwall
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Hantergantick Barn is found in the heart of Bodmin Moor, near the outskirts of the village of St Breward. A unique property which has been converted from a former farm steading, it is set within mature gardens and has a wonderful south facing view over the secluded valley of the de Lank river which it looks down on.
We are a 25 minute drive from Bodmin Parkway train station which is on the mainline from London Paddington. Bodmin also offers a selection of local taxi services. The Barn is a 15 minute drive from the A30, giving great access to a range of activities and sites that can be experienced around Cornwall.
Whilst enjoying open access to the moor, and offering miles of fabulous off-road walking, Hantergantick Barn is only a 30 minute walk from the village of St Breward, with its well stocked village shop, and local pub, The Old Inn.
Based in the annex, the laundry room provides a washing machine and drying space. There is also an additional wet room/shower for sandy bathers and muddy walkers
Surrounded by large mature gardens with an outdoor seating area under a vine. Perfect for BBQs and al fresco dinning with the fire bucket
Dogs are welcome to stay in the accommodation, but please discuss with property owners when booking.
Wood Burning Stove
In the main living space, there is a wood burning stove and included in your stay is a basket of logs.
Wifi is available throughout the main accommodation area and also in the adjacent annexe.
There is a Yurt in the field through a gate from the garden. This is erected in the summer months and has its own wood burning stove. Explore the wood and down by river - but its very wild!
THINGS TO DO
Here are some of our suggestions and favourites!
From Hantergantick Barn step out onto Bodmin Moor
Walk over Lady Down into the village of St Breward to the well-stocked St Breward Village Store – papers and Post Office. Next to The Old Inn, the highest pub in Cornwall for a drink or a hearty meal.
Or take in nearby Alex Tor for a circuit and return via the pub. There are lots of footpaths locally we have guides and OS maps
For the hardy walker you can do the Brown Willy and Rough Tor circuit (7- 10 miles) taking in Cornwall’s highest hills with far- reaching views of north and south coasts of Cornwall
Drive to either coast and do a stretch of the South West Coast Path
There are lots of quiet roads and off-road cycling opportunities
The start of the Camel Trail is just a mile down the road; this 16 mile walking and cycling route follows the Camel river from Wenford Bridge to Padstow along a disused railway line. On your route there are several good eating and drinking opportunities, including the famous Camel Valley vineyard.
Walk along the strand, swim, surf or bodyboard. Beaches patrolled in season check here.
Polzeath 11 miles is our closest beach
Trebarwith Strand 12 miles. A low tide beach with long stretch of golden sand backed by flat rocks and beyond these steep cliffs
Famous surfing beaches also beautiful sand a little further down the coast to Constantine Bay (20 miles), Watergate Bay (25 miles) and Fistral Beach (30 miles).
There are plenty of places to visit - suitable for dry and wet weather! Here are a few. Drive or take the train - the ideal way to visit St Ives, Falmouth, Truro and West Cornwall. Leave your car at Bodmin Parkway station and enjoy the picturesque main line to the west
Gardens and Attractions...
Pencarrow House and Gardens. 7 miles. Georgian house and gardens
Lanhydrock House and Gardens 10 miles (National Trust). House, garden and extensive parkland, walking, cycling and dog-friendly. Park Run event on Saturdays
Bodmin Jail 10 miles. Attraction developed in historic Bodmin jail
The Eden Project 19 miles. Fantastic biomes and gardens, exhibitions and events. Always something to see at any time of year
Wheal Martyn Clay Works 19 miles History of china clay, interactive museum, trails and woodland walks
Lost Gardens of Heligan 27 miles. 200 acres of restored estate gardens
There are a selection of fantastic vineyards in Cornwall producing a mixture of still and sparkling wines. The "terroir" closely resembles that of the Champagne region in France, and as a result, Cornish wines hold their own on the global scene.
We'd highly recommend a visit to:
Cornwall boasts a wealth of the finest local produce and whether its a casual pub lunch, or a fine dining experience, there's a selection of eateries to meet a range of requirements....
Our recommendations include
There is fine dining avaiable in Padstow, Rock and Port Isaac, for example Rick Stein in Padstow and Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac
- The St Breward village shop has everything you need for every day catering, including local Clotted cream and Cornish cheese, and amazing opening hours!
- For fresh fish and shellfish try Fish for Thought in Bodmin- be sure to order ahead
- All the usual supermarkets in Bodmin and Wadebridge- they can deliver here!
- Baker Tom in Wadebridge for delicious breads and scones
- Farm shops in Lifton - just off the A30 as you come into Cornwall, and in Boscastle, for fresh meat , poultry
- Pasties available throughout the County, but we particularly recommend Malcolm Barnictt's.........
Hantergantick Barn provides comfortable sleeping accommodation for 6 guests in 3 bedrooms. The master bedroom, a double, is located on a mezzanine level within the main house, and there is also a twin bedroom in the main house and these rooms share a bathroom. There is an additional WC / cloakroom. In the annex accross the garden is a comfortable double bedroom with its own dedicated bathroom.
Separately accessed in the annex there is also a utility / drying room with washing machine and also an additional wetroom with a shower / WC.
The large open plan living room has kitchen, dining and living room areas with all the equipment you would expect
£100 - £200 per night
£600 - £1300 per week
Minimum Stay 7 nights in high season with a Friday changeover
Short breaks available in low season - please discuss