Old Pear Tree Barn is a unique detached 400 year old Cornish stone barn which has been stylishly and lovingly restored. With the benefit of underfloor heating throughout, it is cosy and comfortable on stormy Winter nights. When Summer arrives, enjoy the views from the balcony across the large enclosed gardens to the fields and the dunes beyond.
What makes a stay at Old Pear Tree Barn unique?
Old Pear Tree Barn enjoys a delightful and beautiful location, situated half a mile down a private lane and not far from the village of Cubert.. The barn retains much character with beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls and oak and slate flooring. Holywell Bay, famous for its surf and dunes, is a comfortable walk away and just a few minutes walk in the other direction is the 400 year old thatched Smugglers Den Inn, which serves delicious food and great real ales. There are an abundance of walks from your door, ideal for those who love rambling and beautiful scenery and especially for those with dogs, for whom the area has so much to offer.
What is the capacity for Old Pear Tree Barn?
Old Pear Tree Barn has two bedrooms situated on the ground floor, one with king size bed, en-suite with wc, bath and shower over. The second bedroom contains two twin beds and benefits from an adjacent shower-room with Wc and basin and shower. Also downstairs is very well equipped kitchen diner, Upstairs is large open plan living room.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Newquay area?
Walking the South West Coast path, learning to surf or exploring the numerous beaches and coves that abound throughout Cornwall, Old Pear Tree Barn is ideally located whatever your choice. Many guests just like to relax and enjoy the tranquility of the garden and the scenic surroundings, while others venture to the internationally renowned Eden Project or The Lost Gardens of Heligan. The iconic castles of Pendennis and St Mawes, or the National Trust's wonderful Lanhydrock House or Trerice Manorare wonderful days out. There is so much to explore and around every corner is another breathtaking view.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Many seek out Cornwalls finest eateries with world famous chefs, like Rick Stein's,Seafood Restaurant, Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, or Nathan Outlaws. But many discover many of the new and talented chefs and restaurants which are situated throughout the area. The nearest pub, the Smugglers Den is just a short walk down the private lane. The village of Cubert has The Anvil pub and also a bakery with cafe. There is also a post office with general store. Nearby Holywell bay also has two pubs serving food, wines and ales.