- £333 per week
- £48 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- Cooking hob
- Washing machine
- 1 WC (in total)
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Private parking
- Electric car charging point
- Rural location
How far to ...?
- Beach 9 miles
- Pub 1 mile
- Shop 1 mile
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
- Electric car charging point
- Pony trekking/horse riding
- On one level
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Important - Please note
- Sorry infants not allowed
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
Enchantingly romantic and an idyllic couples' retreat, The Linney is a unique self-catering home on the edge of Magestic Bodmin Moor. This beautiful and secluded setting will inspire writers, artists and romantics alike with its peaceful ambiance and rural setting. The open plan lounge/kitchen/diner offers guests a great place to relax, with a cosy log burner and a well equipped kitchen and the en suite bathroom boasts a decadent roll top bath to enjoy. You can also enjoy a welcome tray of a cream tea on arrival and Organic Trevarno guest toiletries in the bathroom.
It is one of 7 beautifully converted barns which now form the peaceful hamlet of Penrose Burden and if you wish to book the other cottages here, there is also Jingles, Goosehill, Butterwell, Troutstream, Otterbridge and Snappers. It's the perfect base to explore the North Cornwall coast with Port Isaac, Padstow, Rock, Boscastle and Polzeath all nearby and its central location makes both North and South coastlines easily accessible; the South with its long sandy beaches, historic ports, secluded creeks and the Eden Project, and the North with its dramatic cliffs, quiet coves, grand country houses and historic market towns.
There is a fabulous local pub nearby serving great food, a well stocked local shop and Post Office and access to walks over Bodmin Moor. A short walk to the start of the Camel Trail for walking or cycling where you can find the fabulous 'Snail's Pace Café' and also close to local craft at Wenfordbridge Pottery. Cornwall's favourite attractions are all accessible - Eden, Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Lanhydrock House and Pencarrow House to name but a few.
Kitchen/Diner/Lounge: Sony Smart TV, DVD player, Bluetooth speaker, woodburner, Bosch electric oven & hob, dishwasher, Swan fridge/freezer, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, tide clock, french doors leading to patio and garden, countryside views.
Bedroom 1: Hypnos king size bed (5'), bedside tables, wardrobe, dressing table, TV, clock radio charging docking station, dual aspect room with countryside views.
Bathroom: Thermostatic rain shower over roll top bath, heated towel rail, basin, w.c.
GARDEN & PARKING: Enclosed rear patio, front patio with table and chairs. Private parking for one car and one guest parking space. Four electric vehicles charging points are available in the car park, each with a three-pin electric socket. Secure bicycle storage available.
Changeover Day: Friday - arrival 4:00pm - departure 10:00am
Power and Heat: Electricity included in rent, modern electric radiators, woodburner in lounge, heated towel rails - The cottage comes complete with a full basket of logs, kindling and paper/fire lighters at the start of your holiday and the owners will refill the basket at any time for £5 per basket.
Bedding and Linen: Bed linen and towels provided (please bring your own beach towels)
Baby Equipment: This cottage is not suitable for infants, therefore this property doesn't accommodate infants.
Shop: 1 mile Pub: 1 mile Coast: 9 miles
NOTES: No smoking, no short breaks, no infants. WiFi provided. Important information about internet usage. Mobile phone reception varies. Information about mobile phone coverage. USB charging points in all rooms. Washing machine is available for guests use in the shared laundry room.
Ian & Jane are excellent hosts. The Linney is perfect for two, with spectacular views.
Great location with amazing views across the camel valley.
Will recommend to all my family and friends. Beautiful cottage and wonderful views . The hosts Ian and Jane were very welcoming and have done an amazing refurbishment .
Delightful setting; beautifully refurbished and presented.
Just perfect. Everything you could think of and more in the most beautiful destination. Our second visit and was just as wonderful as the first. Thank you :)
The Linney was a beautiful and picturesque little home away from home. The owner was really helpful and kind. The place is very snug, the bathroom is gorgeous. The view over the valley is really exceptional. We had a lot of rain when we were there but it didn't matter. The location is really accessible to Bodmin Moor (highly recommend) and it was equally easy to get to either the North or South coasts. Really recommend this quiet little hamlet for a proper quiet break from the busy life.
We had a lovely holiday staying at the Linney over new year, the little extras that were included was a thoughtful touch & much appreciated. Would definitely recommend it.
If ever there was a place to fully appreciate the stark beauty of the Cornish landscape, Bodmin Moor has to be it. With endless sweeping vistas in every direction, tumbled outcrops of granite, and inviting paths and tracks to explore, this area of Cornwall is a walker's paradise. The famous Jamaica Inn is sited here, with all its literary and historical associations. With plenty of sheep and moorland ponies wandering freely (be sure to keep your dog under control!) you can almost imagine you have been transported back to those bygone days. More recently, of course, the moor was used extensively for filming on the new adaptation of Poldark. When the dashing Mr Poldark gallops across your screen, you may well be seeing the scenery of the moor in the background. A large part of the moor has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. This region also has its fair share of Arthurian legends, another facet which lends a mysterious air to the landscape, and an extra depth to Cornwall's rich and varied history, and of course who can forget the rumours of the Beast of Bodmin Moor? The many other attractions, including the National Trust's Lanhydrock House, the verdant and flourishing Tamar Valley, historic sites such as castles, the Bodmin and Wenford Railway, and plenty of evidence of Cornwall's mining legacy, make this area a must-see.