Bucklawren Farm offers a choice of cosy, traditionally built stone cottages, tastefully converted to incorporate everyday comforts of modern living. They are discreetly set in a large, maintained garden with magnificent views of the coastland, sea and open countryside.
The Hayloft (sleeps 8) is a 4 star, two-storey cottage with two bathrooms and four bedrooms on the ground floor. The first floor boasts a spacious open plan kitchen, dining area and lounge.
Miller’s House (sleeps 6) 5 stars is on 2 levels and has recently been converted to a very high standard and has 3 en-suite bedrooms on the lower ground floor. The large open plan living area has a well equiped kitchen and wood burning stove. Seperate cloakroom and utility room and ample parking with enclosed garden.
The Lodge (sleeps 4) with 4 stars and suitable for the disabled, is a spacious cottage with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The living area is open plan with a well-equipped kitchen and a cosy fireplace in the lounge. The accommodation has been sympathetically designed for the disabled.
The Horseshoe (sleeps 6) and Tackroom & Forge (sleeps 4) are delightful 4-star, character stone cottages tastefully converted and well equipped. A day out from Bucklawren could include the Eden project or the Lost Gardens of Heligan, National Trust properties of Cotehele, Lanhydrock and Antony or the maritime City of Plymouth with the National Marine Aquarium. It is also an ideal opportunity to enjoy golf, riding, cycling and fishing.