Nestled in the countryside, just inland along the South Coast of Cornwall, Poltarrow is a fantastic central base for discovering some of the best of Cornwall. Discover the sandy beaches and Cornish coast just 15 minutes drive away or the tranquil Eden Project and Gardens of Heligan. Come and enjoy a relaxing holiday in one of our stylish luxuriously equipped cottages, stay and play, forget about work, school runs or routines.
With an indoor swimming pool heated to a comfortable 30 ºC, large games room with tennis, badminton, pool and table tennis plus fishing available on the lake on site, this Cornwall holiday home is perfect for a relaxing staycation. For the ultimate in relaxation it’s even possible to have home cooked dinners delivered to your door by arrangement.
If you yearn to relax in a comfortable stylish Cornwall cottage for a week or two or even for a shorter stay, we have just the place for you.
These West Country holiday cottages offer luxurious, well equipped accommodation with ample charm and comfort. Relax in a lounge featuring a log fire, enjoy cooking in a well equipped kitchen and savour staying in a holiday home with good quality furniture and furnishings. An outdoor terrace complete with garden furniture and barbeque means you can make the most of eating out al-fresco on a summer’s evening.
All cottages feature free Wi-Fi and two have been adapted for less able guests.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2014
Book this cottage in Cornwall direct with the owner or agency. For help with any questions or queries prior to booking we recommend you call the owner or email them.Set in a wonderful 45 acres of tranquil meadows, Poltarrow Farm is an ideal place for families to relax on a break away and the playroom with safe padded floor, tunnels and slides is guaranteed to keep toddlers entertained. This beautiful location is perfect for romantic couples, families, nature lovers and those who enjoy walking the dog.
25% deposit payable on booking
Centrally located on the beautiful South Coast of Cornwall, Poltarrow Farm offers a perfect central touring base for the rest of Cornwall with many interesting towns, landmarks and sights just a short drive away. Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Beaches - north coast for wild and windswept with Britain's best surfing or south coast for sheltered bays and picturesque harbours, Lanhydrock and many other National Trust properties, Wheal Martyn Museum, Charlestown, Mevagissey, Fowey, St. Austell, Falmouth, Newquay, Padstow, St Ives, Lands End,
Nearest Train Station or Airport: St. Austell Railway Station / Newquay Airport
Recommended Places to Visit: The Eden Project Tel: 01726 811911 Website www.edenproject.com The new National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Tel: 01326 313388 Website: www.nmmc.co.uk Tate Gallery and Barbara Hepworth Museum Tel. 01736 796226 Website: www.tate.org.uk Geevor Tin Mine - open all year Mon. to Fri 10 4 Tel 01736 788662 Website www.geevor.com The Lost Gardens of Heligan Website www.heligan.com For details of the many National Trust events and opening times Tel: 01208 74281 Website www.nationaltrust.org.uk Theatre events at The Hall for Cornwall Tel: 01872 262466 Website www.hallforcornwall.co.uk
Annual Events: Boardmasters August Port Elliot Festival July Falmouth Oyster Festival 9 - 12 October Cornwall Spring Flower Show at Boconnoc 5th & 6th April Trevithick Day in Camborne! 26th April Padstow May Day 1st May Helston Flora Day 8th May Fowey Festival (Du Maurier Festival) 10th17th May Royal Cornwall Show 5, 6 & 7 June Golowen Festival 28th June Mevagissey Feast week 29th June 5th July Bodmin Moor 100 Sunday 13 July Boconnoc Steam Fair 18th, 19th & 20th July Royal Fowey Regatta 17th 23rd August Heritage Open days 11th 14th September Cornwall Food and Drink Festival 27th, 28th, 29th September Truro city of lights 19th November Truro Christmas Primestock Show 3rd December
Recommended Places to Eat Out: There is a fine range of quality restaurants, public houses and other eateries.
Local Sports: golf, sailing, fishing, countryside and coastal walking, Camel Trail for safe walking and cycling,horse riding, cycling, surfing
St Austell is positioned in one of the most beautiful areas of the Cornish coast, boasting green wooded hills, secluded coves and enchanting villages nearby with beautiful stretches of sandy beach. The area is bursting with various activities and places of interest including the fabulous Mevagissey harbour and pretty suntrap towns of Portmellon and Gorran Haven. Spend your self-catering cottage holiday by the sea, fishing, walking, sailing, cycling or even doing something new like a watersport. Places of interest for days out include Caerhayes Castle, Restormel Castle, the Shipwreck Centre or the port town of Fowey. St Austell achieved prominence in recent years because of its proximity to the Eden project, that exotic garden of glass domes or biomes created in a disused china clay pit which showcases flora from around the globe. The China Clay Country Park and museum is situated 3 miles north of St Austell at Wheal Martyn, this being the centre of china clay country. The strange sharply pointed and white tipped clay slag heaps can be seen at various points in the surrounding countryside. The wilderness of Bodmin Moor is 20 minutes drive from St Austell and is a great place for spotting wildlife, Bodmin ponies and rare butterflies. St Austell is also home to multiple gardens and parks such as The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Pine Lodge gardens and Tregrehan gardens which are all nearby. The best nearest beach is at Polkerris to the east or Pentewan near Mevagissey in the south. However, nowhere in Cornwall is very far once you're there. Even a trip to Land's End is possible for a day out by car. A landmark to the west of St Austell is the 1898 railway viaduct carrying trains over the Trenance Valley to London.