Description: About Moorland Breeze
Romantic Retreat with Stunning Country Views on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall
Searching for a romantic retreat in the idyllic Cornish countryside? If so, Moorland Breeze, could be the perfect choice for you. This is a stunning space for your next break away. Sleeping two with one bedroom with a lavish kingsized bed, it’s the perfect place to enjoy spending quality time with that special someone. Reconnect and recharge with nature at this idyllic place, and discover all that Bodmin Moor has to offer, just half an hour’s drive from the coast and Tintagel.
You can enjoy wildlife watching here too – and might even be lucky enough to spot deer grazing in the distance, in the early morning!
Inside this Stunning 1 Bedroom Holiday Chalet on Bodmin Moor, with Countryside Views
As you step into Moorland Breeze, you’ll be enveloped by a relaxed atmosphere in this secluded break away to the countryside, with bright and elegant furnishings and kept warm by the cosy wood-burning stove. The sofa is the perfect place to sit for a relaxing evening after a day of adventuring, where you can catch up on your favourite shows on the TV, chat over a glass of fizz, or pick up a holiday read. Or, on a bright day, you can’t beat relaxing in the sunroom, a glorious glass fronted room which lets in streams of sunlight and lets you look over the stunning countryside views surrounding your home from home.
If you’re getting hungry, then head to the kitchen to rustle something up. The kitchen is furnished with all the utilities you could need, for whatever you want to make, from a quick snack to a romantic candlelit dinner. The dining area is in the sunroom, the ideal location for a dinner for two, whether you’re enjoying lunch in the afternoon sun, or dinner whilst you watch the sunset.
The romantic bedroom is the perfect end to a day making memories together, offering a lavish king-sized bed welcoming you with fresh sheets and cosy linens, promising a restful night’s sleep and plenty of sweet dreams! The intimate, cosy lighting is a lovely finishing touch, and the views of the countryside will have you counting stars up in the night sky. The bathroom has a refreshing shower and a luxurious heated towel rail, and a sink and WC. There’s everything you could need and more at Moorland Breeze, it could be the perfect place for your next holiday away!
Explore Bodmin Moor and the North Cornish Coast
From your base at Moorland Breeze, there’s an array of amazing places to explore and experience, whether you’re looking for peaceful hikes through nature of wanders through charming towns. The Camel trail is a joy for any nature lovers and adventurers, with 19 miles of track to explore and taking you through all the gorgeous offerings of Cornwall. Padstow is a fantastic reward at the end of the trail, with plenty of unique shops and a sublime harbour. Tintagel with its castle and clifftop walks is a real treat too and is just over half an hour’s drive away.
Closer by, Blisland is well-worth a visit too, with its historic church and local pub. Cornwall has a long list of exciting experiences, from sandy, sun-bathed beaches to amazing places like The Eden Project. Any foodies among you will be excited to get your hands on a pasty or a cream tea! Whatever makes your holiday the dream holiday, Moorland Breeze could be the perfect destination.
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Local Attractions near Blisland
Top Attractions: Bodmin Moor, North Cornwall While staying ensconced in your peaceful retreat is tempting if you fancy venturing out, there is plenty to explore in the surrounding area. First, enjoy a trip down to the Camel Trial, with over 19 miles of off-road track, eventually ending in Padstow, a beautiful harbour with an excellent variety of shops and restaurants. Next, visit the quaint village of Blisland, with a unique local pub and its beautiful 12th-century church. Blisland church is the only one in the UK devoted to a pair of saints, St Protus and St Hyacinth. Sir John Betjeman has written and spoken about Blisland Church on several occasions: "Of all the country churches of the west I have seen, I think that Blisland is the most beautiful.? These words have resonated with many of the visitors who have come to see the church.
Recommended Places to Visit: Cornwall's craggy coastline doesn't get much more dramatic than the stretch around north Cornwall. While the walking scene may be dominated by the South West Coast Path, an excellent ol' stomp in the Duchy can be something other than strictly sea dependent. Cornwall has much to offer walkers, from moody moors to magical woodlands. If you fancy an evening stroll with breathtaking views, walk to the end of our lane, turn left on the road and walk to the top of the hill; as the road takes a sharp turn, directly in front of you is a metal gate with Wall house on a sign. This is the entrance to the moors; the higher you climb, the better the view! Please ensure you close the gates. POLKERRIS BEACH, SOUTH COAST Polkerris is a tiny hamlet, west of Fowey, down a winding lane past Kilmarth, the last home of Daphne du Maurier. It is also the next cove to Menabilly, the long-time home of the author. Polkerris is a sandy beach which gently shelves, sheltered by a harbour wall. It is a lovely spot to visit late afternoon when it quietens down. There is Sam?s on the Beach, a popular fish restaurant. And for more traditional meals, The Raleigh Inn is situated at the edge of the beach. Around 25 mins.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: CORNISH PASTIES & CREAM TEA You can?t visit Cornwall without trying some of the local delicacies; the Cornish Pasty being the most famous, historically the lunchtime choice for Cornwall?s miners, it?s now a staple for visitors from all over the world. Follow that with some clotted cream on a scone or a Cornish split (Just remember the Cornish way is jam first, then cream). THE OLD INN, ST BREWARD. The Old Inn and Restaurant in St Breward is known as the oldest and highest pub in the country. With a gleaming reputation, the pub, which is 1,000 years old, is in the beautiful location of St Breward, which overlooks Bodmin Moor. It has three bar areas that you can eat in or a spacious restaurant. There is an extensive menu and daily specials, and people come from afar to enjoy their substantial Sunday carvery. Booking is advisable in high season as it is popular. 10 mins drive across the moors. PL30 4PP THE JAMACIA INN Dating back to 1750 when the first coaches started crossing Bodmin Moor, linking the towns. It became famous worldwide when Daphne du Maurier wrote her best-selling novel ?Jamacia Inn, following her enforced stay in November 1930, where she recovered from the ordeal of being lost on the moors while riding. The Inn has retained its character and charm but now has a large restaurant and garden area. There is an extensive traditional menu with daily specials. There is also a Smuggling museum full of interesting artefacts. The farm shop is stacked with local produce. 10 mins up the A30. PL15 7TS Cornwall has an excellent selection of restaurants, especially seafood. This is just a small list of some of the most popular. More information can be found online. Prawn on the lawn, Padstow The hidden hut, Truro Paul Ainsworth at no;6, Padstow The Rocket store, Boscatsle Fitzroy, Fowey The Seafood Restaurant, Padstow Restaurant Nathan Outlaws, Port Isaac
Local Sports: climbing, cycling, hiking, horse riding, sailing, surfing, swimming, walking, wind surfing, walking
Nearest Train Station: Bodmin parkway, Newquay Airport
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