Beautifully renovated three bedroom barn conversion with a range of amenities in gorgeous North Cornwall in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
Just off the North Cornish coast, Songbirds is a recently renovated cottage which sleeps six guests between three bedrooms, available on a self-catered basis. Restored from a former barn building by the current owners, Songbirds is characterised by high ceilings, light-filled rooms, whitewashed walls, and exposed architectural features. A number of brilliant amenities such as the outdoor pizza oven, pond, petanque course and fire pit make it a dreamy place to spend quality time outdoors with friends or family.
The largest of the three bedrooms benefits from a walk-in shower and king-sized bed, while the other two bedrooms have a king sized bed and a versatile set up which can be made up as twin singles or a super-king.
Everything about Songbirds has been judiciously designed with the guests in mind. Both inside and outdoors there is an abundance of seating, living space and entertainment amenities. On a rainy day, take advantage of the Sonos sound system, throw a few logs on the wood-burning stove, and snuggle up with a book, board game or DVD. When the days are clear, the world really is your oyster. Throw open the doors and ramble around the surrounding land, or enjoy a game of petanque on the full size course. Enjoy a cup of coffee in the bright and spacious kitchen, or pop outside and plan the day’s expeditions while slower members of your party enjoy leisurely washes in the walk-in showers.
After the day’s adventures, choose from a pizza in the outdoors wood-fired oven, a barbecue with local game, meat and fresh seafood, or take advantage of the first class range-style cooker in the kitchen, which is a delight to cook and chat, and eat in.
Whether you’re a young couple looking to spend a long weekend in coastal Cornwall or a pair of two families hoping for a rambling and dining tour of the Westcountry, Songbirds is perfectly located for guest to benefit from everything this stunning and culturally rich region has to offer. The quaint but edgy town of Bude can be reached in a car within fifteen minutes, particularly popular with surfers. Alternatively, for more intimate location, head to the equally close Crackington. For a day ramble, you can’t beat the muddy woodland path which leads to the coast at Millook Haven, a secluded and stunning cove where the Zig Zag rock formations can be taken in. This area of Cornwall is a hidden gem, private and unspoiled, but beloved by those familiar with it. Characterised by charming pubs, swathes of stunning coast, and uniquely Cornish topography, the Bude region is an area which must be visited to be appreciated.
The property has recently been installed with super fast fibre broadband. The palso has a pizza oven
Newquay Airport 50 minutes/35 miles. Exeter Airport 1 hour 14 minutes/68 miles
Stays are either Friday to Friday, Friday to Monday, or Monday to Friday.
Prices are for 2022
4th January to 25th March �1050
(February half term �1300)
25th March to 1st April �1150
1st April to 15th April �1500
15th April to 29th April �1300
29th April to 27thMay �1450
27th May to 3rd June �2050
3rd June to 10th June �1550
10th June to 24th June �1600
24th June to 15th July �2050
15th July to 26th August �2495
26th August to 2nd September 2320
2nd September to 16th 1650
16th September to 1st October 1500
1st October to 28th October
28th October to 17th December 1050
17th December to 5th January ?1900
Price for short winter breaks of 3 night stays is 70% of weekly price. Additional nights ?150. Please enquire for discounts on short stays and low occupancy (3 people or less) rates.
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Peaceful secluded location yet close to amenities and beaches. Immaculate rustic modern house with relaxed atmosphere. Lovely views and garden. Owners very kind and helpful. Highly recommend.
Stayed August 2020
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