Cornhill Farm Cottages - St Blazey, Par, Cornwall
Cornhill Farm Cottages
St Blazey, Par
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Five comfortable holiday cottages on our family farm near St Austell Bay and just 15 minutes walk from the Eden Project, ideal for couples and families.
Our holiday cottages are traditionally converted from stone barns and provide comfortable accommodation for 2 to 5 people.
Cornhill Farm is a 130 acre beef and cereal farm and you are very welcome to get involved with farm life. Come on a tractor tour and see our view of St Austell Bay from the top field. Meet the cows and calves, Welsh pigs and piglets, chickens and chicks, plus the miniature Shetland ponies, dogs and rabbits.
Many families staying with us love to have an evening barbecue by the playground. While the children play, the grown ups sit back, relax and watch the sun set over the Prideaux Valley.
The Carthouse sleeps 2 + cot in one double bedroom with a room for a cot (single storey).
The Dairy sleeps 2 in one double bedroom which has superb views over the surrounding countryside.
The Hay Barn sleeps 4 in one double bedroom and one bedroom with 3ft bunk beds (sinlge storey).
The Mill House sleeps 4 in one double bedroom and one smaller bedroom with two 3ft beds.
The Stable sleeps 5 + cot in one double bedroom, one single bedroom and one bedroom with 3ft bunk beds and room for a cot.
Cot, highchair and stairgate are all available free of charge, just ask when you book.
Things to do nearby
This is a great area for walking. Discover our wonderful open countryside, take a quiet walk around the farm and enjoy the views of St Austell Bay and the Luxulyan Valley.
We are right on the Clay Trail Path which runs from Par Beach to The Eden Project, St Austell and Bugle. You can walk to the Eden Project in 15 minutes, and you'll get money off your entry ticket because you arrived on foot.
Passing close by is the Saints Way, a 26 mile trail that runs from Padstow to Fowey through beautiful countryside, including the picturesque Luxulyan Valley where you can see the Treffry Viaduct. A wide variety of wildlife and flowers can be spotted along the route.
The village of St Blazey is also within walking distance of your cottage and there you will find a good pub called the Packhorse, the village post office and a local Somerfield store.
A short hop in the car will get you to the amazing Lost Gardens of Heligan, the fishing harbour of Mevagissey, sailing at Fowey, tall ships at Charlestown and of course, pretty beaches and the South West Coast Path.
|This is a working farm, so no pets please.|
Call Kay on 01726 815700
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