Bursting with character and rustic charm, our beautiful barn conversions offer a real rural escape to whisk your nearest and dearest away to. Surrounded by spectacular scenery in secluded spots across the county, these fabulous converted barns provide a lovely base for a relaxing holiday in Cornwall.
Boskennal Barn, West Cornwall
Rekindle childhood memories and leave all grown-up responsibilities behind by swapping busy city life for a rushing river and starry sky at the enchanted Boskennal Barn. A real rural retreat awaits you at this delightful barn conversion, sitting amidst a well-tended garden and wild woodlands. The brick and wood-clad exterior of this former barn has a rustic aesthetic, your four legged friends are welcome too, so with plenty to do within a short drive or for lazing in the garden, Boskennal Barn has magic at every turn.
Oamaru Barn, Perranuthnoe
Looking out across one of the most sought after views in Cornwall, Oamaru Barn is a characterful country escape for 4, which also welcomes the four-legged member of the family. Positioned above the pretty village of Perranuthnoe, overlooking the turquoise waters of Mount’s Bay and the enchanting St Michael’s Mount, this stunning barn conversion is perfect for a coastal break. There are endless coastal paths to explore, or you can head down to the beach and leave footprints in the sand. The property benefits from parking, so you can head off and explore Penzance, St Ives, Land’s End and further afield. Enjoy the evening sun on the pretty patio, or hunker down by the woodburner with your favourite tipple.
The Kiddleywink, Lamorna
Nestled in the sleepy Lamorna Valley in West Cornwall, this gorgeous barn conversion has been thoughtfully renovated to create a romantic hideaway. With a cosy woodburner indoors and a pretty patio outside, The Kiddleywink offers a magical setting in which to reconnect with your favourite person. Perfectly placed for enjoying peaceful surroundings, stunning sea views and scenic coastal strolls, this couples' retreat offers the ultimate relaxing break. With stunning countryside and coastal walks nearby, and the beautiful beaches and bays to discover, you'll be spoilt for choice for things to do on your spontaneous romantic getaway.
Church Barn, Perranuthnoe
Blissfully located in the peaceful village of Perranuthnoe, this reverse level barn conversion overlooks the pretty village church and is just bursting with character and charm. Inside the property, subtle modern touches are fused with stunning features such as the exposed beams and arched windows. Step outside and there's plenty of space to relax and unwind in tranquil surroundings. Church Barn (sleeps 4) is close to several beautiful beaches, including Marazion, Perranuthnoe and Praa Sands. When you return from your day's adventures, you can enjoy a drink on the decked area or cosy up in front of the woodburner.
Snug Barn, Mid Cornwall
You’ll never want to leave this idyllic converted barn, hidden in the depths of the Cornish countryside. Snug Barn sleeps 6 and welcomes 2 dogs, and is nestled on the hillside with far-reaching countryside views. If you’re blessed with sunshine, the wooden veranda is the perfect place to chill out, with picturesque views as far as the eyes can see. On cooler evenings, you can retreat to your very own spacious sanctuary and get cosy by the woodburner, or enjoy a meal together around the dining table. Located in the middle of the Cornish countryside, Snug Barn is ideally positioned for both coasts. So whether you choose to head to the south coast for the sunrise or the north coast for the sunset, you’re not far from the sea in either direction, plus there’s plenty of parking at the property.
The Swallows Barn, Bude
Surrounded by spectacular scenery, this secluded barn conversion in Bude is perfect for a family holiday, with the pooch in tow. This farmyard barn has been thoughtfully converted to offer an exquisite retreat for 6, retaining gorgeous original features such as the beamed ceilings and Delabole slate floor slabs. Enjoy the quiet idyll of The Swallows Barn's rural location, nestled down a country lane with picture-postcard views across fields, with inviting sea glimpses in the distance, reminding you that you’re not too far from the coast. The Swallows Barn is perfectly placed for fantastic walks from the doorstep, or a short car journey will take you to Bude where you’ll be spoilt for choice with pubs, restaurants, and of course, beautiful beaches. When exploring the fabulous nearby scenery becomes exhausting, relax on the sunny patio with a glass of bubbly, or enjoy an al fresco feast.
Bluebell Down Farm, Morvah
Embrace country living at Bluebell Down Farm, a spacious barn conversion nestled amongst rugged, wild scenery. Thoughtfully renovated to create a wonderful holiday home for 4, you're sure to fall in love with this atmospheric retreat as soon as you arrive. The property is tucked away on a working farm, in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the West Penwith moors. Explore the dramatic scenery, nearby coastline and hidden coves from the doorstep, enjoying spectacular sea views and sunset from your beautiful barn conversion each evening. This stunning property welcomes up to three dogs, ideal for outdoor adventures with your wagging-tailed friends. We adore the exposed beams, traditional kitchen and peaceful outdoor seating area at this wonderful rural hideaway.
Home to the iconic Minack Theatre and one of Cornwall’s most tropical-looking beaches, Porthcurno is a fantastic destination for a coastal break. Tresillion (sleeps 6) is a delightful split level barn conversion with a bright kitchen, cosy sitting room and an extra games room; perfect for some family fun in the evening or on a rainy day. You can make the most of the sunshine in the large garden which has a BBQ and plenty of seating, as well as fantastic sea views. Walk to Penberth Cove, or to Porthgwarra on the coastal path, both of which have been used as Poldark filming locations, with incredible rugged scenery along the way. Land’s End and Penzance are both just a short drive away, so you’re perfectly placed for exploring this magical part of Cornwall.
Ocean View, Nanpean Barn, Cape Cornwall
You can’t get much closer to the sea than this captivating cliff-top granite barn conversion in Cape Cornwall. Ocean View has uninterrupted ocean views and is surrounded by idyllic coastal scenery, perfect for exploring the south west coast path and discovering little Cornish coves. The quaint town of St Just is a short walk away, where you’ll find local shops, pubs and galleries. This charming barn conversion is ideal for a romantic getaway, or for two couples sharing, and also welcomes one small dog. After a busy day walking the coastal path and discovering the delights of West Penwith, you can return to this tranquil retreat to enjoy a glass of wine with unrivalled views of Cape Cornwall and the sparkling turquoise sea beyond.
The Barn at Alsia Mill, Sennen
Surrounded by picturesque grounds, with its own pretty private garden, The Barn at Alsia Mill is a cosy countryside bolthole for two. This charming renovated barn welcomes your four-legged friend too, so you can make the most of the fantastic coastal walks around you with the pooch in tow. Sennen Cove is only a short drive away, which is a popular surfing spot with locals, and has a vast expanse of gorgeous white sand, with beachside cafes and local pubs to satisfy your post-surf hunger. Sennen sunsets are spectacular too. The property has a parking space, so you can easily explore further afield, whether you choose to head towards Porthcurno, St Ives or Mousehole, you’re sure to fall in love with the scenic landscape around you. Return to The Barn for an al fresco dinner, or snuggle up by the woodburner.
You can view all of our holiday cottages here >