Court Farm Cottages - Bude, Cornwall, England

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Heated Indoor Swimming Pool - open all year round
Farmhouse Accommodation
Farmhouse Accommodation
Luxury Bathrooms with Raindrop showers
Farm Barns
Fresh modern interiors
Toddler Friendly
Modern furniture
Interesting & homely touches
Colourful interiors
Morning Animal Feeding
Onsite Spa Treatments Available
Come down to the meadow and help feed the animals
Booking and Enquiries
phone 01288 361 494 or 07813594056
website http://www.courtfarm-holidays.co.uk
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Key Cottage Information

Price range from £300 to £4600 per week
Number of units of accommodation: 18
Sleeps from 2 to 17 people in 9 bedrooms 
Number of bathrooms: 10 
Short Breaks: Yes - The minimum number of days for a short break is 2
Suitable for the disabled:  yes - We have 6 single storey properties ranging from 1-4 bedrooms, with ramp access. Please contact us for specific details
Children are welcome:  yes Cot, High Chair available.
Pet Friendly:  yes(2 dogs welcome)
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The owner/agency for Court Farm Cottages has been advertising with Country Cottages Online for more than 9 years. Read More
Award winning Court Farm Holidays in North Cornwall, offer a selection of 4 star gold 18 holiday cottages, barns, houses with hot-tubs plus Farmhouses, just 2 miles inland from the coastal town of Bude, North Cornwall

We pride ourselves on a high standard of accommodation plus a wide range of facilities to keep the children occupied.  For those travelling with toddlers, we also supply baby & toddler equipment, making life easier for parents so not having to bring everything from home.

Doing so we have been awarded Mumsnet Best UK & Ireland Holiday Destination & also hold a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

Please visit our Court Farm Holidays website direct for full details, live availability & pricing.

The main Court Farm Holidays cottage complex is ideally situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Marhamchurch, only 2 miles inland from Bude's stunning coastline and sandy beaches.   

Open all year round, the unique mix of top quality self-catering holiday accommodation includes:

  •     2 Country Style Houses and a modern holiday bungalow offering spacious and luxurious living for 5-6 guests with private enclosed gardens with very own hot-tubs.
  •     4 whitewashed Cornish cottages offering a romantic retreat for 2-4 guests, with exposed beams, deep set windows, slate flooring with soft furnishings & wood-burners – all with private enclosed gardens.  (3 accept pets)
  •     6 beautifully barns set around a pretty courtyard, ranging from single to triple storey, sleeping from 2-7 with views over the facilities out to open countryside, all with own picnic tables for al fresco dining
  •     A charming 6 x Bedroomed Farmhouse with original features and wood burning stoves, offering spacious living for large groups of 12
  •     Rural Retreats, located on a working farm at Northcott, from where guests can enjoy peace and quiet and walk along to the local beach of "Northcott Mouth" plus the coastpath in under 15 minutes.   Properties consist of a 9 bedroomed Georgian Farmhouse which accommodates up to 17 guests (pets allowed) - it is extremely popular for large family groups, celebrations, re-unions, house parties, corporate events.
  •     2 smaller Rural Retreats, consisting of a 4 x bedroomed House with sprawling enclosed gardens and own hot tub - sleeping up to 8+cots+pets plus a delight of a Cabin - just perfect for a couple next door, with own entrance and garden.
  •     Dolphins Beach Retreat, right on the coast at Widemouth Bay with 3 bedrooms, accommodating up to 6+cots+pets, guests can walk onto the beach in under 5 minutes.

This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2006

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Special Features:
  • SOME OLD COTTAGES WITH PERIOD FEATURES
  • With Exposed Beams
Entertainment Facilities:
  • TV
  • Sky TV
  • Video or DVD
Kitchen & Dining:
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Type of Cooker: Electric Cookers throughout (Double ranges within Farmhouses)
Bedroom(s):
  • Romantic Four Poster Bed
  • Bed Linen Provided
Bathroom:
  • Ensuite Bathroom
  • Bath
  • Shower
  • Towels Provided
Heating:
  • Central Heating
  • Wood Stove
Garden and Outdoors:
  • Enclosed Garden: MOSTLY ENCLOSED GARDENS THE 6 BARNS SHARE THE LARGE GARDEN.
  • Balcony
  • Parking
Special Facilities:
  • Indoor Hot Tub
  • Outdoor Hot Tub
  • Swimming Pool: Heated Pool
  • Tennis Court
  • Games Room
Setting:
  • Most of our properties provide countryside onto coastal views - contact us for specific details
Court Farm Cottages  - Bude,  There is actually no real need for families to leave Court Farm most days as its facilities include a heated indoor/outdoor swimming pool with retracting roof for sunny days (heated all year round); all weather tennis court; grassed children’s play area with play trail, climbing frame, swings, slides, enclosed trampoline, a wendy house and indoor play barn with lots of play toys; games room with pool table and soft play area.

There is also an animal field which is home to our friendly pet Alpaca, Pigmie Goats,  Kune Kune pigs and hens for morning feeding and egg collecting.

While the children are either hard at play or tired right out after a full day, parents can be pampered from head to toe by the on-site beauty therapists offering treatments from manicures & pedicures to Reiki and Hot Stone therapies.   Rosie our internationally qualified Yoga teacher also offers one to one yoga sessions and swimming lessons for all ages and stages.

There is little need to cook with a fantastic catering service offering delicious freshly prepared meals (and scrummy home made cakes) delivered direct to your cottage (waitress service also available).  Fish & Chip van visits the village on Friday evenings - which is ideal for guests arriving that day.

Cornwall is not just for summer as out of season is it a great destination to get away from it all.  With the beaches and attractions quieter, guests return to warm and cosy cottages (especially those with wood burners).  Add to that the Catering,  Holistic & Beauty therapies and Yoga Sessions on offer, Court Farm Holidays ensure pure relaxation during your stay.  

At Christmas and New Year, each cottage, house or farmhouse is decorated with a Christmas trees and fairy lights are dotted around the grounds.   Guests can also expect a complimentary bottle of wine for weekly bookings over the festive period.

There is something for everyone, from romantic breaks for couples in our tucked away period cottages to large group get-togethers and celebrations in our spacious farmhouses, the seclusion of Lower Northcott Farmhouse, which caters for up to 17 guests, is the perfect venue for hen and stag groups, especially out of season.

DISABLED GUESTS - There are 3 properties suitable for disabled guests/those requiring wheelchair access (Southpark, Hayloft & Parlour)

Please visit http://www.courtfarm-holidays.co.uk to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Cornwall.


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North Cornwall is one of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations and it’s easy to see why. The area has so much to offer, from stunning scenery and beautiful beaches to a host of activities and places to eat and drink. We have fantastic attractions designed with younger visitors in mind for truly memorable days out. It is not necessary to spend a lot of money to enjoy a brilliant family holiday in our area. In fact, aside from the obvious draw of the sandy beaches and gorgeous countryside, there is an array of things to do for free in this part of the world. Finally, don’t despair if the sun doesn’t shine every day as there are plenty of activities to occupy little people and, as every parent knows, if the children are happy everyone is happy! The beaches offer unlimited fun, from swimming and paddling; to crabbing in the rockpools; scrambling over rocks, not forgetting the obligatory sandy picnics and ice-creams. Both beaches in Bude have sandy play areas for children, which offer hours of free entertainment: The ‘Pirate Ship’ at Crooklets beach is conveniently situated next to the Crooklets Beach Café or at Rosie’s Cafe with Ice-cream Parlour – geared up with young children in mind, they also have an outdoor play area plus indoor play barn, allowing parents to enjoy a well-earned cup of coffee while the younger people let off steam. Watching the ducks and rowing boats or taking a pedalow on the canal is another favourite pastime for young tourists. You can enjoy walking along the flat towpath, along the Bude valley from Marhamchurch to Bude, returning on the cycle path on the otherside of the nature reserve. This gives lots of opportunities for spotting birds, farm animals and even otters if you are lucky, along the canal and within the adjacent Green Flag nature reserve. You can either start or end your walk at The Weir Café/Bisto just 1/2 mile outside of Marhamchurch. The café has an indoor and outdoor seating where you can enjoy a delicious lunch or cream tea while the children let off steam in the enclosed play area, watch the birds on the lake or play on the interactive wildlife screens within the café. A stones throw from Bude’s main shopping street, another walk suitable for pushchairs or little legs is the path between Summerleaze and Crooklets beaches. The tarmac path takes you across Summerleaze downs where you can play Pitch and Putt or watch a Cricket match in the summer. At any time of the year this is somewhere to take a ball or frisby and just enjoy the wide open space with gorgeous panoramic views over the sea and harbour. During the summer there are often craft, nature and beach-based activities taking place for children of all ages. Just pop into the Bude Tourist Information Centre to find out about the events for youngsters going on during your stay. If you would like to use a larger pool than ours at Court Farm, then The Splash swimming pool in Bude is a large pool with flume and wave machine, and the beach-style shallow end is ideal for toddlers who want to splash and float about safely. The facilities include a pool-side café selling hot and cold food and a well-stocked sweet shop. Next door to Splash is Harlequinns leisure which encompasses Screamers playzone with slides, ball-pools and a separate toddlers area, a ten pin bowling alley, café and bar. Harlequinns provides another wet-weather refuge within just 10 minutes of Court Farm or Northcott Farm. The Bude Recreation Ground near the Bude Castle has a super crazy golf course and tennis courts and, if the weather is poor there are indoor games such as table tennis, squash and pool. During your stay with us you may wish to venture a bit further afield to explore more of the beautiful Cornish or Devon countryside. Long car journeys are often unwelcome when holidaying with young children so you’ll be pleased to hear there are some lovely attractions within half an hour to an hours drive. The largest theme parks in our area require a full day to really get your money’s worth! The Big Sheep is a world famous all-weather attraction with masses of animals and even its own brewery! 20 miles from Bude is Clovelly, where the cobbled, traffic-free, high street leads down to the world famous fishing village, famous for its donkeys, which traditionally carry goods up the hill. A few miles further is The Milky Way which has lots to offer all ages but older children will love the rollercoaster and the birds of prey shows are fantastic. Cornwall’s Crealy, south of Bude near Wadebridge, is another excellent day out with log-flumes, animals and heaps of indoor and outdoor play areas. A day out in Launceston affords a number of child friendly places to visit, including Trethorne Leisure Farm. Here there are indoor and outdoor play areas with trampolines, climbing wall and ball pools. Kids will love being able to feed the animals and actually handle them in the supervised ‘in touch with animals’ sessions. There is also The Hidden Valley Discovery Park, something for ages with its Nature Trails, Forbidden Mansion with hidden doors, upside down dining room, Treasure Hunts and Light Railway. The town centre is dominated by the ruins of the Launceston Castle, which has lovely grounds for youngsters to run about in while parents can enjoy the history and fabulous views across Devon and Cornwall. English Heritage and National Trust properties hold special events for children throughout the year, such as story telling at King Arthur’s castle in Tintagel. The Launceston Steam Railway provides an exciting short trip for train enthusiasts and the line ends at New Mils Farm Park where a morning or afternoon can be spent happily visiting the animals and playing in the huge field of ride-on cars and other toys. If you have railway lovers in your party the Bodmin and Wenford Railway is only thirty miles away and has special events throughout the year. If you do decide to travel further, The Eden Project is a great day out for visitors of all ages and Newquay Zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium are only 45 miles away. Possible Itineraries for Inexpensive Day Trips with Children: South of Bude: For a day out which involves no entry fees at all visit the picturesque fishing village of Port Isaac to soak up the history and enjoy the postcard-perfect set of TV’s Doc Martin series while the children run on the beach and explore the caves at low tide. On the way back visit Trevathan Farm at St Endellion to buy St Endellion Brie, fresh local produce or sample the excellent cakes and icecream. The farm has strawberry picking in season and a lovely play park with animals, zip-slide and ride-on tractors in addition to the swings and sandpit. Or sample or pick up some sparkling wine or cider from Camel Valley Vineyard near Bodmin. North of Bude: A visit to the Atlantic Village Retail Outlet at Bideford can be easily combined with a session at the Atlantis Adventure Park where your children can pan for gold, play crazy golf or enjoy the indoor play zone. Inland from Bude: The Tamar Otter Park is a lovely place to spend a few hours and is just twenty minutes from Bude towards Launceston. Why not combine a visit to the otters with lunch somewhere free such as Homeleigh Garden Centre, at Dutson near Launceston, where the children will love the pet shop and play area, or the Lifton Strawberry Farm.

Nearest Train Station or Airport: Newquay Airport (45 miles), Exeter Railway (55 mls) - linking to Barnstaple Railway (40 miles)

Recommended Places to Visit: North Cornwall is one of the UK’s most popular holiday destinations and it’s easy to see why. The area has so much to offer, from stunning scenery and beautiful beaches to a host of activities and places to eat and drink. We have fantastic attractions designed with younger visitors in mind for truly memorable days out. It is not necessary to spend a lot of money to enjoy a brilliant family holiday in our area. In fact, aside from the obvious draw of the sandy beaches and gorgeous countryside, there is an array of things to do for free in this part of the world. Finally, don’t despair if the sun doesn’t shine every day as there are plenty of activities to occupy little people and, as every parent knows, if the children are happy everyone is happy! The beaches offer unlimited fun, from swimming and paddling; to crabbing in the rockpools; scrambling over rocks, not forgetting the obligatory sandy picnics and ice-creams. Both beaches in Bude have sandy play areas for children, which offer hours of free entertainment: The ‘Pirate Ship’ at Crooklets beach is conveniently situated next to the Crooklets Beach Café or at Rosie’s Cafe with Ice-cream Parlour – geared up with young children in mind, they also have an outdoor play area plus indoor play barn, allowing parents to enjoy a well-earned cup of coffee while the younger people let off steam. Watching the ducks and rowing boats or taking a pedalow on the canal is another favourite pastime for young tourists. You can enjoy walking along the flat towpath, along the Bude valley from Marhamchurch to Bude, returning on the cycle path on the otherside of the nature reserve. This gives lots of opportunities for spotting birds, farm animals and even otters if you are lucky, along the canal and within the adjacent Green Flag nature reserve. You can either start or end your walk at The Weir Café/Bisto just 1/2 mile outside of Marhamchurch. The café has an indoor and outdoor seating where you can enjoy a delicious lunch or cream tea while the children let off steam in the enclosed play area, watch the birds on the lake or play on the interactive wildlife screens within the café. A stones throw from Bude’s main shopping street, another walk suitable for pushchairs or little legs is the path between Summerleaze and Crooklets beaches. The tarmac path takes you across Summerleaze downs where you can play Pitch and Putt or watch a Cricket match in the summer. At any time of the year this is somewhere to take a ball or frisby and just enjoy the wide open space with gorgeous panoramic views over the sea and harbour. During the summer there are often craft, nature and beach-based activities taking place for children of all ages. Just pop into the Bude Tourist Information Centre to find out about the events for youngsters going on during your stay. If you would like to use a larger pool than ours at Court Farm, then The Splash swimming pool in Bude is a large pool with flume and wave machine, and the beach-style shallow end is ideal for toddlers who want to splash and float about safely. The facilities include a pool-side café selling hot and cold food and a well-stocked sweet shop. Next door to Splash is Harlequinns leisure which encompasses Screamers playzone with slides, ball-pools and a separate toddlers area, a ten pin bowling alley, café and bar. Harlequinns provides another wet-weather refuge within just 10 minutes of Court Farm or Northcott Farm. The Bude Recreation Ground near the Bude Castle has a super crazy golf course and tennis courts and, if the weather is poor there are indoor games such as table tennis, squash and pool. During your stay with us you may wish to venture a bit further afield to explore more of the beautiful Cornish or Devon countryside. Long car journeys are often unwelcome when holidaying with young children so you’ll be pleased to hear there are some lovely attractions within half an hour to an hours drive. The largest theme parks in our area require a full day to really get your money’s worth! The Big Sheep is a world famous all-weather attraction with masses of animals and even its own brewery! 20 miles from Bude is Clovelly, where the cobbled, traffic-free, high street leads down to the world famous fishing village, famous for its donkeys, which traditionally carry goods up the hill. A few miles further is The Milky Way which has lots to offer all ages but older children will love the rollercoaster and the birds of prey shows are fantastic. Cornwall’s Crealy, south of Bude near Wadebridge, is another excellent day out with log-flumes, animals and heaps of indoor and outdoor play areas. A day out in Launceston affords a number of child friendly places to visit, including Trethorne Leisure Farm. Here there are indoor and outdoor play areas with trampolines, climbing wall and ball pools. Kids will love being able to feed the animals and actually handle them in the supervised ‘in touch with animals’ sessions. There is also The Hidden Valley Discovery Park, something for ages with its Nature Trails, Forbidden Mansion with hidden doors, upside down dining room, Treasure Hunts and Light Railway. The town centre is dominated by the ruins of the Launceston Castle, which has lovely grounds for youngsters to run about in while parents can enjoy the history and fabulous views across Devon and Cornwall. English Heritage and National Trust properties hold special events for children throughout the year, such as story telling at King Arthur’s castle in Tintagel. The Launceston Steam Railway provides an exciting short trip for train enthusiasts and the line ends at New Mils Farm Park where a morning or afternoon can be spent happily visiting the animals and playing in the huge field of ride-on cars and other toys. If you have railway lovers in your party the Bodmin and Wenford Railway is only thirty miles away and has special events throughout the year. If you do decide to travel further, The Eden Project is a great day out for visitors of all ages and Newquay Zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium are only 45 miles away. Possible Itineraries for Inexpensive Day Trips with Children: South of Bude: For a day out which involves no entry fees at all visit the picturesque fishing village of Port Isaac to soak up the history and enjoy the postcard-perfect set of TV’s Doc Martin series while the children run on the beach and explore the caves at low tide. On the way back visit Trevathan Farm at St Endellion to buy St Endellion Brie, fresh local produce or sample the excellent cakes and icecream. The farm has strawberry picking in season and a lovely play park with animals, zip-slide and ride-on tractors in addition to the swings and sandpit. Or sample or pick up some sparkling wine or cider from Camel Valley Vineyard near Bodmin. North of Bude: A visit to the Atlantic Village Retail Outlet at Bideford can be easily combined with a session at the Atlantis Adventure Park where your children can pan for gold, play crazy golf or enjoy the indoor play zone. Inland from Bude: The Tamar Otter Park is a lovely place to spend a few hours and is just twenty minutes from Bude towards Launceston. Why not combine a visit to the otters with lunch somewhere free such as Homeleigh Garden Centre, at Dutson near Launceston, where the children will love the pet shop and play area, or the Lifton Strawberry Farm.

Annual Events: Bude & Stratton Folk Festival: May Royal Cornwall Show: June Polo on the Beach, Newquay: June Rock Oyster Festival: July Clovelly Maritime Festival: July Marhamchurch Revel: First Monday after 13th August Bude Jazz Festival, Last week of August Bude Food Festival: September Lundy Gig Row: Clovelly - Lundy Island: July Bude Carnival: August Bude Lifeboat Day: Aug For more event listings go to the Visit Bude website - also check out the Eden Project

Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Cornish food and drink scene has shot to prominence in recent years. From Rick Steins’ Sea Food Restaurant at Padstow to Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen at Watergate Bay, Cornwall is now firmly on the map in terms of fantastic places to eat. At Court Farm, there are a superb range of places to eat and drink on your doorstep. Making the most of the abundance of top-quality local produce, Bude boasts superb cafés, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs. Life’s a Beach overlooks the beautiful sheltered harbour at Summerleaze Beach and is the perfect place to watch the sun go down over drinks and a wonderful dinner. The Beach at Bude offers modern dining and a substantial list of expertly mixed cocktails, from the comfort of its terrace overlooking the sea or stylish restaurant. Other highly recommended places to eat include The Beach House and gastropub The Bay View Inn at Widemouth Bay, Riverlife & The Bank, to name just a few… Local Eateries included: The Weir Bistro/Cafe, just outside of Marhamchurch The Bullers Arms, Marhamchurch (opposite Court Farm) Rosie’s Cafe, Bude Life’s a Beach, Bude Riverlife, Bude The Bank tapas bar, Bude The Beach at Bude LaBocca Pizzas, Bude Tommy Jacks, Bude Hebasca Grill, Bude The Bouche Creole, Bude The Preston Gate Inn, Poughill (Northcott Farm’s “local”) The Beach House, Widemouth Bay Bay View Inn, Widemouth Bay Elements, Widemouth Bay Boscastle Food Shop & Cafe, Boscastle Bangors Organic, Poundstock The Bush Inn, Morwenstow Trevigue Restaurant, Nr Crackington Haven (great for private celebrations) A little further afield … (within an hour) Rick Stein’s The Seafood Restaurant Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Camel Valley Vineyard For more recommendations visit Eat Out Cornwall

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