South View

Awards:

Sleeps:
Two + baby

Bedrooms:
1 bedroom

Bathroom:
Family bathroom with bath and shower

Parking:
Ample parking

Accessibility:
Ground floor accommodation

Outside:
Gardens

Pets:
Very welcome

Located:
Stratton

South View is very conveniently situated in Stratton, just a few minutes from the centre of Bude, with beautiful uninterrupted views across the valley.  This gorgeous view can also be enjoyed from the bedroom, which is furnished with a king size bed and plenty of storage for your holiday wardrobe.

The feedback received from previous guests is that it provided them with all the home comforts they required, while still being a private, romantic destination with stunning views.

It offers private parking directly outside the accommodation which is entirely on the ground floor, with just one step to enter.

Another fantastic feature is the large al fresco area which is furnished with table and chairs perfect for those relaxing lazy breakfasts and sundowners.

The lovely old medieval village of Stratton is just a short stroll away, it has a convenient store with post office a hairdresser and two lovely friendly old public houses, both serve food and local ale.

Two major supermarkets are conveniently located in Bude within half a mile, plus a leisure centre with gym, bowling and an indoor pool.

Bude is approximately a mile and half away with its spectacular blue flag beaches and coastal walks.  Originally a Victorian town Bude still has mostly little independent shops, restaurants and cafes, something to suit all tastes.  For the more adventurous there is surf tuition, bicycle hire, perfect for bike ride along Bude canal stopping for a coffee along the way or how about an organised history or geological walk with a local guide.  Course and fly fishing are both widely enjoyed and there are three 18 hole golf courses within  a half hour drive but probably nothing quiet beats the outstanding natural beauty of the area.

Bude is certainly blessed with an unique microclimate which makes our summers seem that bit longer and milder, perfect to enjoy our beautiful outdoors.
Other fabulous Cornish beauty spots Boscastle, Tinagal, Port Issac, Eden project, Lost Gardens of Heligan are all easily accessible as are some of Devon’s famous destinations Clovelly, Westward Ho! Dartmoor and many more to discover at your leisure.

Kitchen, Dining and Living Space:
A well-equipped kitchen alongside a dining area with seating for up to four people.
The lounge area consists of two comfy sofas, a TV with DVD player and an iPod docking station so you can relax watching your favourite films or listening to your favourite music.

Bedroom and Bathroom:
Wake up in a king size bed and look out the bedroom window to spectacular country views over the valley. The room is well proportioned with ample wardrobe and storage space and TV.
A bathroom that offers not only a walk-in shower but a full-size bath for that relaxing soak.

Outdoor Space:
Large covered alfresco dining area with patio furniture and BBQ.
Use of shared garden backing onto open fields with stunning rural view.

Additional Info:
Travel cot and high chair available on request

Stratton is a welcoming small town with an impressive history and great amenities. As well as two pubs, South View is within walking distance of a local shop, two supermarkets, a leisure centre, and a bowling alley. Bude is within two miles, offering more choice of shops and places to eat, but it is the fantastic beaches that are the star here, showcasing the natural beauty of the North Cornwall coast and attracting visitors who love the clean waters, soft sand and endless opportunity for fun! There are surf schools where you can hire boards and arrange lessons, and because the climate here is milder than most parts of the UK, the summer season seems to last that much longer.

The lush Cornish countryside, which you can see from the king sized bed at South View, is incredibly fertile. There are a wealth of excellent cafes and pubs serving mouthwatering meals made from local produce, and famous names like Jamie Oliver, Rick Stein and Michael Caine all have restaurants in the area. Bude hosts a regular farmer’s and craft market every Friday from March to September, so it is simple to buy fresh ingredients for a picnic or a home-cooked meal.

Speaking of picnics, there is no shortage of scenic beauty spots at which to stop and enjoy the view with a leisurely outdoor meal. Pack your lunch and set off on the South West Coast Footpath, wander along the towpath beside the Bude Canal or admire the prolific wildlife of Bude Marshes. Gain a different perspective of the coast from a guided boat tour and learn about the pirates who used the caves and inlets to smuggle in their ill-gotten booty, or work up an appetite cycling along hilly roads or rugged terrain.

There is a wide choice of fun activities to suit everyone in this area of North Cornwall, regardless of the weather or the season. There are three golf courses within a twenty-minute radius, the fishing village of Padstow beckons, and you can head inland to Bodmin or the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Closer to home, Tintagel has a magical appeal, or spend the day in Boscastle, Clovelly and Port Isaac, among countless other charming towns and villages – each of which has a fascinating history and a uniquely individual appeal. Whatever you want your dream holiday in Cornwall to include, at South View you can feel confident that your stay will be a comfortable one.

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