Churchtown Farmhouse is a small B&B offering friendly and informal service with a touch of luxury in a beautifully restored and furnished farmhouse in North Cornwall. It is tucked away down a no-through country lane in a small hamlet with a handful of traditional houses and a small 13th C church, and surrounded by farmland with views to the sea.
What makes a stay at Churchtown Farmhouse unique?
The house is in located a peaceful, rural idyll, yet within 10 minutes' drive of at least 8 beautiful, sandy beaches and the harbour town of Padstow.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Churchtown Farmhouse?
Churchtown Farmhouse has 3 lovely double rooms, two with king-size beds and one with a superkingsize bed, all with ensuite facilities. They are furnished for comfort, and have artwork other items which have been sourced to reflect the Cornish landscape and lifestyle. They are each fully-equipped with everything you might need for your stay, including tea and coffee facilities, homemade cookies, silent fridge with complimentary soft drinks and snacks, tv, radio, crockery and cutlery, hairdryer, torches, a range of books, local toiletries etc.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Wadebridge area?
The closest town, Padstow, located on the stunning Camel Estuary has a beautiful historic centre including the harbour, museum, coastal walks and a huge range of quality eating places to suit all budgets, including Rick Steins 5 restaurants and Paul Ainsworth's two famous eateries. It has access to the Camel Trail which runs along the river and links it to Wadebridge, where you will find a range of shops, more eateries and the lovely old-fashioned but luxurious cinema. The golden beaches of North Cornwall from Padstow to Newquay are all close by along with the South West Coast Path and its stunning views.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The breakfast at Churchtown Farmhouse includes a full buffet of cold options, cereals, yoghurt, fruits, compotes, juices, pastries etc, and a range of hot options served to order. You will not leave the house hungry! For lunch and dinner there are plenty of options. This part of North Cornwall is famous for its foodie credentials with eateries dotted from Newquay to Padstow and Wadebridge and beyond to Rock and Port Isaac. Full details are available in the room directory and bookings can be made for you if required.