Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Launceston, Cornwall
Copper Meadow Bed & Breakfast Accommodation at Trevadlock in Cornwall is an idyllic setting within 450 acres on the edge of Bodmin Moor just 1.5 miles from the A30. Copper Meadow accommodation is convenient for exploring the north and south coasts, as well as Devon and the rest of Cornwall.
We offer a wonderful retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life and you soon become 'transformed' into a country dweller, The views are outstanding and the atmospheric wilderness of the moors is just minutes away.
There are many lovely walks from Copper Meadow, walk to the river take the bridle path and enjoy the views of Kilmar Tor, bring your wellies. Enjoy a meal at one of our local pubs; we can book you a table. Enjoy one of our breakfasts using local and home made produce, once again receiving the visit England Breakfast award.
Our family have a long standing for perfection and hospitality for visitors to this lovely part of the country. Once tasted, Cornwall draws you back again and again. You will not be disappointed and will join our long list of regulars who cannot wait to return.
Copper Meadow has its own ground source heat pump, which heats all the house and hot water, making it perfect for a break at anytime of the year, as even the winter sunshine keeps us snug and cosy.
We enjoy the best of both worlds - great access from the A30 Exeter and Newquay Airports or Plymouth railway station coupled with the tranquillity of an old Cornish farm. br / br / br / br / We have acres of space stretching right down to the River Tamar where you are free to wander at your leisure. In our woods you will discover signs of days gone by in the old Launceston to Bude canal along with a wide variety of wildlife. You can watch from the comfort of our newly installed hide with its extensive views over woods and river. br / br / br / br / Things to do places to go.... br / br / br / br / Nearby there are lots of fascinating attractions to visit covering everything for garden lovers - (e.g. the Eden Project for one) to surf beaches (Bude / Newquay ). Plants birds and animals. Because this is a working farm and because we have exceptional wildlife we are regretfully unable to accommodate pets. br / br / br / br / We are proud to offer three rooms each with en-suite facilities (shower / wash basin and wc) and superb views across our lovely countryside.
Hornacott is a traditional 18th century house set in two acres of garden in the depths of the Cornish countryside. It provides Bed and Breakfast accommodation in a suite that includes a comfortable sitting room, and enjoys a private entrance. An adjoining twin room with private facilities is also available. All is renovated to the highest standards. Breakfast is served in the dining room.
Kelly House Country B&B
Kelly House is a Georgian country house the home of the Kelly family for over 900 years. The current property was built in 1742 and provides three king-sized rooms for guest accommodation. Guests are free to use the gardens and grounds for their own enjoyment in addition to the classical Drawing Room. Breakfasts are served in the stately dining room which also hosts evening meals if guests require. The three bedrooms have been recently redecorated to a high standard including state of the art heating systems and brand new en suite bathrooms to provide the highest levels of comfort. The house is situated in the quiet hamlet of Kelly midway between Tavistock and the Cornish border. Approximately three miles from the A30 the rural setting is calming and tranquil. With views of Bodmin Moor from the front bedrooms and reception rooms and only a few miles from Dartmoor this location is popular with walkers cyclists and those seeking peace and quiet.
Accommodation in a 19th century Victorian country house where you will find peace and tranquillity on a working farm and enjoy panoramic views of the open Cornish countryside. You will be given a warm welcome and a Cornish cream tea on arrival. Middle Tremollett is near the fine and ancient town of Launceston, (formerly the capital of Cornwall). Full of antiquity and charm with its ancient ruined castle. Middle Tremollet is ideally situated for a holiday in south west England within an hours drive of any destination in Devon and Cornwall including the Eden Project.
Nestled on the Devon/Cornwall border Poole farm is a haven of peace and tranquillity. Beautifully refurbished in the spring of 2015 it boasts two stunning rooms complete with modern facilities and magnificent country views. Poole Farm is proud to offer it s guests the very best hospitality quality local breakfast fayre and attention to detail which is second to none. Poole Farm is a jewel in the Devon countryside perfect for leisure and business sojourns. br / br / br / br / The house dates back to 1892. Poole Farm will appeal to those looking for a place to relax and appreciate the views as well as those who enjoy walking or cycling along the surrounding quiet lanes and river banks. On the Devon/Cornwall border - an ideal base from which to explore the two counties.
Poole Farm Bed & Breakfast
Primrose Cottage is situated in four acres of gardens and ancient woodland on the banks of the River Tamar. Located between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, nine miles from the historic Stannary Town of Tavistock and four miles south of the ancient capital of Cornwall, Launceston, yet only thirty minutes drive from the North Coast. Built in the Eighteenth Century the Cottage was extensively extended in the 1970's and has recently undergone major sympathetic renovation to enhance the original features. Primrose Cottage offers unique accommodation of three luxury bed and breakfast (B&B) suites with beautiful views across the Tamar valley to Lewdown. Each suite has its own private entrance, sitting room and en-suite facilities. The suites have been furnished with designer fabrics, antiques and thoughtful extra touches to provide every luxury for the visitor.
Built by the Duke of Bedford in 1871 and today we are still maintaining the tradition of Cornish Hospitality. Let us look after you here at Wheatley Farm and experience bed and breakfast accommodation at its best. If you choose to stay in the Farmhouse you can look forward to enjoying the delights of home cooked food and personal attention. We extend a very warm welcome and offer high levels of service to everyone which is probably one of the reasons so many of our guests come back time and time again. We look forward to welcoming you to Wheatley Farm. Today at Wheatley Farm. Wheatley Farm was once part of the estate owned by the Duke of Bedford. The farmhouse and farm buildings were built by him in 1871. Our family have farmed at Wheatley since 1890 and our son Andrew will be the fifth generation. Many changes have taken place in the farming scene in that time from horse to tractor to today s computer controlled feeding systems. We now run the farm as a dairy unit and we milk our herd of Holstein Friesian cows every day at five in the morning and four in the afternoon even on Christmas Day!