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Tree Hill Cottage

£322 - £750 per week

Tree Hill Cottage is a beautiful, three storey cottage in the heart of Stratton, a historic town with a plethora of interesting architecture and Cornish vibe. The cottage has a distinctive bay window which provides a striking feature, whilst relaxing in the sitting room upstairs. A narrow and winding staircase takes you up to the beautiful sitting room, and then on up to the top level, where there is a charming bedroom and dressing room. This little cottage is unique and quirky, and has been bespoke designed to a high end level, if you want to find somewhere to stay, which is a bit different, Tree Hill Cottage will not disappoint you.

Tree Hill Cottage is located in the town of Stratton, which is steeped in history, just one mile away is Bude where you will find many recreational activities, with Summerleaze and Crooklets beaches providing ultimate seaside fun, swimming, surfing or rock pooling as well as the wild swimming experience in the Bude Sea Pool, along with an array of interesting shops and numerous places to eat and drink. Stratton is a pretty village with a historic church, two pubs within a few seconds walking distance, both serving local ales, ciders and homecooked meals. There is a post office with convenience shop and even a hairdressing salon, everything you need is close at hand. There are many pretty walks in an around the village of Stratton and further into the beautiful rural countryside. Tree Hill Cottage may not have an outside area but literally just across the road you will find Rattenbury Gardens, here you can relax on the benches and watch the world go by.


from pavement into:

Kitchen/dining area

table, bench and two chairs, electric oven and hob, fridge with freezer compartment, door into:

Shower room

enclosed fixed rainhead shower with shower attachment, WC and basin, door into:

Utility cupboard

washer/dryer machine, stairs leading to:

Sitting room

sofa, armchair and footstool, TV with Sky and Netflix, overlooking Rattenbury Gardens, stairs leading to:


king size bed, open hanging.

Dressing room

armchair, large mirror, chest of drawers, washstand.

Additional information

gas central heating, travel cot, highchair and stairgate provided. Please note that there is no outside space at the cottage. Dogs are not permitted in bedrooms and the access to the sitting room level might prove difficult for older dogs. The stairs in the property are very steep, narrow and windy so may not be suitable for those with limited mobility or young children, WiFi, up to two dogs welcome, short breaks available.


Lovely cozy and comfortable cottage that has been carefully updated and developed to a high standard. Clever use of space inducing the washing machine in the cupboard under the stairs! Great location too. Stratton is a fascinating village with an interesting history. There is an easy walk to Bude which is a super holiday spot with great beaches.

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Holidays in Bude

Bude is a coastal town in the north of Cornwall, situated at the mouth of the river Neet. There are a number of excellent beaches in and around the town, such as Summerleaze and Crooklets, as well as Widemouth Bay a little further south.

Bude has so much to offer, including a fabulous town with a wide selection of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. In addition, visitors can meander along Bude Canal, or enjoy a gentle cruise in a pedal boat or kayak, observing the beautiful area from a different angle. The town is home to the historic Bude Sea Pool and The Castle Bude, both a must if you are in the area. 

For those who enjoy walking, the South West Coast Path can be easily access from Bude, head south in the direction of Crackington Haven or North towards Morwenstow. You’ll be blown away by the stunning scenery and breathtaking views along the coastline.

With so much on the doorstep, it’s the perfect destination for a holiday by the sea!

Top tip

Take a dip in the historic Bude Sea Pool at Summerleaze Beach!

Beaches in Bude

Crooklets Beach

At low tide, a large expanse of golden sand is exposed, along with rocky outcrops which are great for rock pooling. The beach can be reached by a short walk over Summerleaze Down or down the hill from the town centre. Crooklets is very popular with surfers, but also perfect for families, with great facilities including a large car park, beach café, skate park, showers, and pubs close by. Dogs are welcome on this beach except between 15th May and 30 September, 10am to 6pm when a seasonal dog ban is in place.

Summerleaze Beach

Boasting the iconic Sea Pool, and only a five minute walk from the centre of Bude, Summerleaze Beach is Bude’s central hub of sand, surf and sun. It’s the first port of call for many visitors. Clean, safe and easy on the eye, Summerleaze Beach is a big hit with surfers, sun-bathers and families. However, it is the sheer variety of activities that mark Summerleaze as arguably one of the best beaches in Cornwall for outdoor pursuits and water sports. Dogs are welcome but must be on leads from 21st May to 30th September from 10am-6pm.

Widemouth Bay Beach

Stretching across one and a half miles of golden sands, Widemouth Bay is divided into two halves, the North beach and the South beach, separated by a natural barrier of rock known as Black Rock. As the tide retreats, amazing rock formations are exposed - perfect for rock-pooling!

Northcott Mouth Beach

Three miles North of Bude, is the small rocky beach Northcott Mouth, owmed by the National Trust. As the tide drops, the beach opens up to expansive sand with rock pools dotted all around - perfect for exploring. Dogs welcomed all year round. 

Sandymouth Beach

Four miles North of Bude is the National Trust beach, Sandymouth. Backed by sweeping cliffs, this large sandy beach is popular all year round, especially with dog owners as it welcomes dogs year round. 

For more beaches to explore in the area, check out our blog on beaches in Bude >

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Things to do in Bude

Bude Castle

A castle built on sand! Built around 1830, the castle was formally the home of Victorian inventor Sir Goldsworthy Gurney. It is now a heritage centre with exhibitions about Bude and Sir Goldsworthy Gurney. 

Bude Bike Hire

Explore the surroundings of Bude on two wheels. A good selection of bikes are available for hire which suit all ages and most abilities.

Bude Sea Pool

Opened in 1930, this partially man-made tidal swimming pool in the rocks of Summerleaze Beach provides a lovely, safe place to swim when the sea is rough, or when it’s calm! The pool is open all year round, but of course depends on the state of the tide!

Surfing and watersports

Based near Summerlaze beach, Bude Surfing Experience provide water sports equipment hire and water sports lessons. Why not give surfing or stand up paddle-boarding a go?

Alternatively, Freewave Surf Academy at Widemouth Bay offers surfing, coasteering and SUP lessons, whilst Big Blue Surf School offers a range of surfing lessons, from complete beginners to advanced.

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What our guests say...

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Lovely cozy and comfortable cottage that has been carefully updated and developed to a high standard. Clever use of space inducing the washing machine in the cupboard under the stairs! Great location too. Stratton is a fascinating village with an interesting history. There is an easy walk to Bude which is a super holiday spot with great beaches.

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Tree Hill Cottage is characterful and inviting, we really enjoyed our stay.