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Barn Cottage
Crackington Haven

£906 - £2385 per week

Barn Cottage is a picture postcard property located on the edge of the village green at Rosecare, just up the valley from Crackington Haven. With spacious bright rooms throughout; stunning countryside, and sea views can be enjoyed from the sitting room Juliet balcony with its French doors and the main bedroom. Snuggle up beside the woodburner in the evening, after a fun filled day exploring the local area, with the beach at Crackington Haven being only two miles away the choice is yours. Barn Cottage is a marvellous base to enjoy a special piece of North Cornwall.

Barn Cottage is located in Rosecare which is a pretty hamlet in the parish of St Gennys, there is a beautiful walk down through the valley to the beach at Crackington Haven. Here you will find a couple of beach cafes, a pub, or if you prefer, you can enjoy al fresco dining at home, making the most of the outside area, in the south facing patio garden at Barn Cottage. Just one mile away you can join the Atlantic Highway at Wainhouse Corner, here you will find another pub serving excellent home cooked meals and a local convenience store, there's plenty of options for everyone when staying at Barn Cottage.

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Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1

Zip and link

Bedroom 2


Bedroom 3

Bunk beds

Bedroom 4

Super king


from terraced patio and walled garden into:

Utility area

storage for boots and coats, washing machine and tumble dryer.

Kitchen/dining area

electric double oven, induction hob, American style fridge/freezer, dishwasher, table and eight chairs, sliding patio doors onto outside area, stairs leading to first floor sitting room and lower ground floor.

Sitting room

three sofas, Smart TV, woodburner, Juliet balcony with French doors, valley, countryside and sea views, sliding door into:

Bedroom 1

super king size bed, countryside and sea views, door into ensuite shower room, enclosed mains shower with fixed rainhead and shower attachment, WC and basin.

Bedroom 2

zip and link beds (king or twin), door into ensuite shower room, enclosed mains shower, WC and basin.

Bedroom 3

bunk beds.

Bedroom 4

king size bed.

Family bathroom

bath with shower attachment, WC and basin.

Outdoor area

decking area, L-shaped rattan seating and table, grass lawn, gates leading to large communal village green.

Additional information

oil central heating, travel cot and highchair provided, property has internal and external stairs not suitable for guests with mobility issues, parking area approx. dimension - 14m x 3..5m WiFi, two well behaved dogs welcome.


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Holidays in Crackington Haven

Crackington Haven is a quiet coastal village, not far from Bude, located in a National Landscape (formerly Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). The small rocky cove offers more peace and seclusion than other neighbouring beaches. With breathtaking scenery and spectacular views, it's the perfect place for a relaxing holiday.

This small and scenic rocky cove reveals a large expanse of golden sand as the tide retreats. Sheltered by high cliffs and dotted with rock pools, this beach is popular with surfers and families alike. With a large car park nearby, toilets and a shop, you can easily spend the whole day enjoying the pebbly cove. Lifeguards patrol the beach throughout the peak summer months and dogs are welcome on this beach except between 15th May and 30 September, 10am to 6pm when a seasonal dog ban is in place. The beach is looked after by locals, who work hard to ensure it remains as beautiful as it is. 

Top tip

Walk the coast path to Boscastle for some truly breath-taking views!

Things to do in Crackington Haven

Crackington Haven is perfectly located for coastal walking!

You can take the coastal path from Crackington Haven to Cambeak Headland and beyond; you'll discover panoramic views and spectacular scenery. Why not stroll back via the sheltered woodlands of Ludon Valley? Alternatively, you can take the circular walk to the medieval Church of St Genny's, via Pekenna Point, where you'll be able to see the many landing points used in the past by Cornish smugglers and wreckers. 

Of course, you may also wish to try surfing - the sheltered cover filters the size of the swell and gives shelter from Northerly winds. 

If you're looking for activities further afield, then read our blog about days out in Bude or raindy days in Bude

Dining out in Crackington Haven

Within the village of Crackington Haven, you'll find The Coombe Barton Inn. They serve classic pub food and are open all year round. There are also two cafes in the village: Cabin Cafe and Haven Cafe. Cabin Cafe is a family run cafe and shop selling a range of homemade foods, including cakes and pasties. Haven cafe, which is dog friendly, also sells a range of home made food including cakes. 

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