Boturnell Farm Cottages, St Pinnock, Liskeard
From £199 per week
Boturnell Farm Cottages, Liskeard provides pet friendly self catering holiday accommodation in Cornwall. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in our beautifully converted barns.
We pride ourselves in catering for you and your pets' needs, by providing a dog creche, enclosed gardens, throws for the furniture, and 25 acres of stunning Cornish countryside, including the woods, for all to encounter.
We are experienced pets owners and Sue is a qualified animal behaviourist, so we are realistic in our expectations. If your dogs are happy, then you can enjoy your holiday.
The original stone barns have been sympathetically converted to provide restful accommodation enhanced by the use of local and re-cycled materials, such as pine and stained glass. Each cottage has its own small enclosed garden. The cottages also have free view and wi-fi.
We offer free access to the 8 acres of woods. Our water comes from our own spring water supply. All pets are welcome, free of charge.
Boturnell Farm Cottages
Cornwall PL14 4QS
Tel: 01579 320880
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Details for Boturnell Farm Cottages
At Boturnell Farm the original barns have been tastefully converted to provide you with holiday accommodation, using natural materials such as old pine, local stone and slate. This adds to the wonderful atmosphere. Great care has been taken to provide accommodation that is both comfortable and full of character with decor and furnishings that are predominately antique and country.
The cottages have double glazed windows, exposed beams and stained glass. We are great believers in conservation and have embarked on a long term improvement project on the property, including the planting of broadleaf woodland and hedges.
The Swallows, sleeps 5 : Originally the holiday home of many swallows, they now have new quarters in the stables. It has been tastefully converted into a two bedroom cottage complete with all the comforts of home.
The Dairy, sleeps 2 : In the days when Boturnell was a working farm, this barn housed the dairy. Today it has been converted into a spacious one bedroom cottage, complete with many artifacts from the old fashioned days of farming life.
Toad Hall, sleeps 4 : A delightful cottage with inverted accommodation comprising of a spacious open plan lounge, diner and kitchen upstairs.
The Roost, sleeps 3 : Once the home of a Barn Owl, the Roost has been converted into a cosy cottage with exposed beams and a slate floor. Downstairs is an open plan lounge and kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with an electric cooker, microwave oven and fridge with freezer compartment. At the back of the cottage, there is a conservatory, containing the dinning area and allowing you access direct onto your own enclosed garden.
The Old Smoke House, sleeps 2 : This cottage is the other half of the barn that housed the dairy. The name refers back to the time when Boturnell had its own charcoal woods, and probably had its own range of fresh produce. Today it has been converted into a spacious one bedroom cottage.
Beau Tunnel, sleeps 4 : Fancy staying somewhere completely different? Beau Tunnel is a converted Nissan Hut, with many quirky features. It has been described as staying in a gypsy caravan only much bigger. There is a fully fitted kitchen, 2 bedrooms lounge and bathroom and garden.
The Shepherds Hut, sleeps 2 : Originally used by shepherds at lambing time, this hut has recently been refurbished. It has futon style sofa which opens out into a bed and the place is heated by a log burner stove. Price 25 GBP per night or 125 GBP per week.
Traditional, Quiet, Family-friendly, Rural
Colour TV, En-suite, On-site parking, Dogs welcome
Weekend Breaks, Midweek Getaways, Family Holidays
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Directions to Boturnell Farm Cottages
How to Get There
When travelling on the A38 from Plymouth, your sat nav will want to take you down some very narrow lanes. The easiest way is to keep on the A38, by passing Dobwalls, when you will come to a roundabout. Straight on is sign posted Bodmin, but you want the second exit, marked A390 St Austell. You will then take the 3rd turning on the left, signposted for Herodsfoot& St Pinnock. Caradon Cottages are on this corner.You travel down this road, past a converted chapel, ignore the signpost to St Pinnock, pass Connon Chapel and then take the next left. This is a staggered junction and you want the road marked Scawns. Boturnell Farm is then the first turning on your right.
Liskeard, for Sailing, Fishing, Walking, Bird Watching, Horse Riding, Heritage attractions, Gardens.