View towards the property and parking area
Lounge/ kitchen/ dining area
Lounge area
Kitchen/ dining area
Dining area
Views towards the garden and seating area
Port Issac nearby
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8 / 8  Port Issac nearby

The Old Barn At Pendavy,

Tintagel (4mls S), Cornwall
Sleeps 5
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs allowed 2
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Increased accessibility
Internet access
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels for hire
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A delightful barn conversion near Tintagel
  • A spacious and peaceful retreat
  • Close to fine sandy beaches
  • Perfect for breath-taking coastal, cliff-top and countryside walks
  • An ideal base for anyone exploring the delights of Cornwall
  • Just a short drive from Padstow, Port Isaac and Camelford
Property code: PENDB

Convieniently located on the B3314 make this property the perfect base to visit many of Cornwall’s most popular coastal and rural spots.

The South West Coast Path is easily accessible for those wanting to take in the glorious views of the north Cornish coastline. Tintagel, the legendary home of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, and the pretty fishing villages of Boscastle and Port Isaac are well worth a visit. The market towns of Bude and Camelford is a short drive away and offers shops, restaurants and pubs, perfect for those not wanting to venture too far afield. Padstow is a 30-minute drive and is well-known for its boutique shops, bustling quay and seafood restaurants. There are many popular sandy beaches and sheltered coves, which are perfect for surfing and sunbathing, all in easy reach. Take a day out to walk the moors and trails across Bodmin Mor to the tallest point in Cornwall, Brown Willy, and the neighbouring Rough Tor.

On entering this charming and traditional barn conversion you will find yourself in the spacious and welcoming open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner area. The inviting and airy lounge is a delightful place to relax in, with TV, DVD and wood burner. The dining area is ideally situated whether you’re grabbing a quick snack or sitting down to a big meal. The attractive kitchen is equipped with everything you might need during your holiday including oven, fridge, small freezer, and microwave. A washing machine and tumble drier are to be found in hallway. Exploring this single-level accommodation further you will find three comfy bedrooms: a double with TV, a twin with en-suite shower room, and a single. There is also a bathroom complete with corner bath, separate shower and WC.

Stepping outside you will find a charming decked patio area with seating, an ideal place to unwind. Exploring the surrounding grass areas, you will find a raised viewpoint accessed by wrought iron steps leading to a seating area with great countryside views. There is plenty of parking available.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 3 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin and 1 single
  • 1 Bathroom with corner bath, separate shower and WC, 1 en-suite shower room
  • Ample off-road parking for cars
  • Wood burner (first basket of logs included)
  • Kitchen with cooker, fridge, small freezer, and microwave
  • Utility area: Washing machine and tumble drier in hallway
  • Electric and heating included
  • Wi-fi available
  • 2 dogs welcome
  • Beach, shops and pubs 2 miles

This property joined our collection in 2013 and is managed by Natalie.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 15 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Luiz, 4th July 2020

It has a decent space size, well located and peaceful.

Reviewed by Daniel, 21st July 2019

The inside of the cottage was lovely, comfortable and homely. There is noise from the road all day long which may annoy those seeking peace and quiet. It can be awkward to exit the drive onto the road as it is a national speed limit road and the views are restricted on exit both sides. The outdoor area is nice, a lovely place to sit with a coffee tRead moreo start the day. It is a great base to get to various attractions in Cornwall and we would stay again. Hide

Reviewed by David, 6th July 2019

the Barn itself was lovely very spacious and well equipped and in a decent location. unfortunately you cannot walk anywhere from the property due to the fast road with no pavements and you need to drive to the closest pub or shops. also the farmer decided to muck spread everyday at 3.00pm in the fields behind so you couldn't sit out this aside it wRead moreas a nice place to stay and relatively easy to get to places of interest, the local town was ok with decent takeaways and the Mexican is great Hide

Reviewed by Alison, 11th May 2019

Beautiful cottage, clean and well equipped. Being on a main road was not an issue for us. Fantastic location for exploring North Cornwall.

Reviewed by Sharon, 16th March 2019

Lovely cottage, good location, caretaker was very helpful. Family friendly. Would recommend.

Reviewed by Stuart, 9th February 2019

This cottage was like the Tardis, it was appears small from the outside but extremely spacious on the inside. Previous mentions about being close to the road, which is true and the noise is noticeable but not offensive. Centrally located for areas we visited. Nearest village 2 miles, unfortunately unable to walk to/from due no pavement and the trafRead morefic. Would definitely stay again. Hide

Reviewed by Simon, 27th October 2018

A nice well equipped , sapacious cottage . But the constant 24/7 noise from the very close road does not make for a peacfull relaxing break , which we were hoping for

Reviewed by David, 8th September 2018

The side of the cottage is next to the road where traffic moves at great speed. This causes interference with the TV reception and and can be noisy at times. The cottage is very spacious and we enjoyed our holiday there.

Reviewed by Carole, 1st September 2018

The Old Barn looks exactly as in the pictures, except that the surroundings were not very well taken care of. The cottage is on a street where cars, tractors and trucks are driving at high speed which means a lot of noise and not the place to let your dog run in the garden. There are probably better places to stay in this area.

Reviewed by Joanne, 11th August 2018

A good large space and in a great location for travelling around but the property was dirty and needed a good clean! Especially the oven it was so disgusting we couldnt use it without filling the room with smoke and a horrible smell - therefore we were not able to use the self catering facilities ! Dog hair everywhere and dog poo outside is not whaRead moret I expected for a 1000 a week property ! Hide

Reviewed by Kirstie, 4th August 2018

The property was much bigger than expected and the photos on the listing do not do it justice. It was very well equipped and I would thoroughly recommend it.

Reviewed by Julie, 28th July 2018

Cottage is lovely & clean but next to a busy road. Not far from Port Isaac, Bude, Eden Project & Padstow

Reviewed by Karen, 7th July 2018

The cottage is on a fairly busy road and consequently was quite noisy for guests (not used to external noise) staying in the twin room. Other than that it was good value for money, clean, well equipped (apart from a hairdryer) and in a good location for exploring the beautiful beaches north Cornwall has to offer.

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