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The Farmhouse

£540 - £1500 per week

A warm welcome awaits you at The Farmhouse! Tucked away down an unmade and remote farm track, this former Duchy farmhouse is situated in an idyllic location. The perfect retreat for families and friends, you can enjoy the spacious kitchen to prepare delicious feasts, or snuggle up in the sitting room with its large woodburner, that promises a cosy night in. While away sunny afternoons in the secluded garden or explore the grounds, with its own lake. The property even has its own water supply from Pawton Springs.

Pawton Springs is set in delightful countryside off the beaten track, yet offers access to the biggest attractions in the county. From the popular Camel cycle trail, to the harbours of Port Isaac and Charlestown, famous for its connection to the tall sailing ships, and the very well-known Padstow harbour on the North Coast, there is something for everyone. Being situated in the centre of Cornwall, this property offers access to both the North and South coast beaches. There are National Trust properties to visit along with The Eden Project, a must see for any visitor to Cornwall. At the end of a fun filled day, treat yourself to dinner out, in one of the many local pubs or restaurants in the local area.


via gravelled driveway, one step to front door into:

Utility area

washing machine and tumble dryer, door leads to:

Ground floor shower room

shower cubicle. wash basin, WC.

Ground floor bedroom

king size bed.


step down from utility area, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, two electric ovens, electric hob, wine chiller, breakfast bar with two stools, door to:

Sitting/dining room

two sofa's, woodburner, dining table with four chairs, bench seat, TV, door to private garden and patio, stairs to:

Bedroom 2

single bed.

Bedroom 3

single bed.

Bedroom 4

king size bed.


bath, separate shower, basin, WC.

Outside areas

from sitting room door leads to the secure garden, patio and childrens play area, grounds to the front and side of property with lake.

Additional information

electric heating, private water supply, WiFi is via a Dongle therefore not suitable for streaming WiFi, one dog welcome, short breaks available.


A spacious welcoming farmhouse well laid out with a big kitchen and large grounds with lovely garden for small children.

October 2021

The Farmhouse is an ideal property for a family with young children. The garden provides a safe environment for children with play equipment and a lovely little play house.

July 2021

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1 Jan - 5 Feb540
12 Feb - 19 Feb630
26 Feb - 19 Mar540
26 March600
2 Apr - 16 Apr840
23 April600
30 April735
7 May - 21 May780
28 May1230
4 June930
11 June953
18 June1035
25 June1155
2 Jul - 9 Jul1215
16 July1395
23 Jul - 20 Aug1500
27 August1395
3 September945
10 September855
17 Sep - 24 Sep788
1 Oct - 8 Oct683
15 Oct - 22 Oct833
29 Oct - 10 Dec540
17 Dec - 31 Dec915
31 December1140

Holidays in Wadebridge

The charming market town of Wadebridge is located in a picturesque location on the River Camel estuary. This scenic town is popular with walkers and cyclists, with idyllic coastal and countryside walking routes and the Camel Trail cycle route on the doorstep. With some of Cornwall's most beautiful beaches just a short drive away and a fantastic selection of independent boutiques, art galleries and eateries in the town itself, Wadebridge has everything you need for a memorable holiday in Cornwall.

Perched on the edge of the River Camel estuary, this pretty market town in North Cornwall is great for walking, cycling and foodie holidays, and perfect for discovering beautiful beaches and trying out some watersports.

Top tip

Hire a bike and cycle the Camel Trail to Padstow and back.

Things to do in Wadebridge

The Camel Trail

Connecting Wadebridge, Padstow and Bodmin, this scenic cycling trail has been created on the old railway line. The whole trail is 18 miles long and it's all traffic-free and quite level. Hire bikes in Wadebridge and cycle 5.5 miles alongside the estuary to Padstow, or 5.75 miles through countryside and woodland to Bodmin. From Bodmin, you can then cycle just over 6 miles to Wenfordbridge.


Wadebridge is home to Saints Way, a 16 mile cross country walking route, forged in ancient times by Celtic saints between Padstow and Fowey. The walk takes you past pretty creeks and villages, and through the ancient town of Lostwithiel. Bodmin Moor is also nearby which is fantastic for walking and there are numerous coastal paths near Wadebridge to discover as well.

Boat trips & watersports

The River Camel estuary is a playground for activities on the water, with boat trips running between Padstow and Rock, speedboat tours and watersport lessons and hire. You could have a go at stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, water-skiing or banana boating.

The Regal Cinema

The Regal cinema in Wadebridge first opened in 1931 and has a retro vibe. It's the perfect place to chill out with some popcorn and a movie when you've had a bit too much sun.


Wander the streets of Wadebridge and you'll be spoilt for choice with independent shops, boutiques and galleries, as well as numerous cafes and pubs where you can refuel. Head into nearby Padstow for a plethora of art galleries and seaside gift shops.

The Royal Cornwall Show

Taking place every June, the Royal Cornwall Show is the biggest agricultural show in Cornwall. The showground comes to life with horse jumping, judging of cattle and other animals, live music, crafts, falconry, trade and food stalls, a fairground and much more.

Dining out in Wadebridge

Warne's Bar and Restaurant

Located in the heart of Wadebridge, this family-friendly restaurant has some mouth-watering menu choices including burgers, steaks and seafood dishes, with a separate gluten free menu too.

The Stepping Stone

Serving a selection of modern British cuisine, made from local Cornish produce, this hidden gem is not to be missed. Enjoy a relaxing dining experience and choose from a fantastic selection of delicious dishes.

The Tiny Thai

Situated in a riverside location, this authentic Thai restaurant serves food that is packed full of flavour. Expect a a welcoming and informal setting with a street food feel.

Route 39

If you fancy something a bit different on your holiday, why not check out this American style diner, serving fantastic pancakes, milkshakes, burgers, grills and other dishes you would expect to find in the states.

Malcolm Barnecutt Bakery

No trip to Cornwall would be complete without sampling a Cornish pasty. Malcolm Barnecutt's are arguably the best pasty-makers in this part of Cornwall, and sell a delicious range of sandwiches and cakes too.

Further afield, there's Rick Stein's, Paul Ainsworth at Number 6 and Rojano's Italian restaurant in Padstow, as well as a fabulous range of seafood restaurants in Rock and Port Isaac

What our guests say...

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A spacious welcoming farmhouse well laid out with a big kitchen and large grounds with lovely garden for small children.

The Farmhouse is an ideal property for a family with young children. The garden provides a safe environment for children with play equipment and a lovely little play house.