The Apartment , Cornwall

The Apartment
Bodieve Farm Cottage
Wadebridge, North Cornwall
Cornwall
PL27 6EG
Tel : 01208 813082
Mobile : 0787 1086848

Accreditations : Independent
Sleeps :

Specialist breaks : Cycling, Walking

Rate low season : £50 Per Night

Rate high season : £60 Per Night

Credit cards accepted ? : N
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About The Apartment - Self Catering Apartment Holidays


Your hosts Pete and Ann Scarborough welcome you to Bodieve Farm Cottage which is located just off the B3314 just a short drive or scenic walk to the little town of Wadebridge. It makes a perfect base for exploring North Cornwall’s many attractions and beautiful beaches including the popular resorts of Polzeath and Rock.

Bodieve Farm Cottage which also offers bed and breakfast accommodation, has a tastefully furnished self catering apartment.

The apartment is located on the first floor of the main building and has a double en-suite bedroom and boasts wonderful views over the garden and open countryside.

The fitted kitchen complete with microwave, electric cooker, fridge and a generous supply of cooking utensils/crockery etc. On the lower floor there is a washing machine/tumble dryer and garden clothes line. The kitchen is attached to the dining room and lounge area, this area has comfortable seating and is furnished with DVD/CD/Radio and television. Patio doors lead out onto a private veranda with seating and makes a perfect place to relax after a busy days touring.

There are no facilities for pets
Private parking
Open all year

PRICES:
Self Catering:
£50 Per Night Low Season
£60 Per Night High Season
£40 Out of Season
10% Discount for 7 or more nights

The apartment is also available on a B&B basis
Self Contained Apartment on B&B basis £65 (based on two sharing) per night or £50 - £60 per night on a self catering basis. Prices inciude a full English Breakfast.

Please see the following link for further information www.bedandbreakfastdirect.co.uk/show_cotdetails.asp?cid1309


Short breaks available (please contact Pete or Ann on the above telephone number or ring their mobile.

Directions:
Approaching on the A39 traveling west to the Wadebridge roundabout. Follow the road for a short distance into Wadebridge and you will see the B3314 off to the right towards Rock and Polzeath. Follow this road for a short distance going past the recreation centre. Take the first left after this and it is the 4th house on the left, it is clearly marked.

Approaching on the A30 (which is probably the best way). Turn off at Bodmin following the signs for Wadebridge. This will take you to a large roundabout on the outskirts of Wadebridge, take the junction towards the town and after a short distance you will see the B3314 towards Rock and Polzeath. Directions are then as per above.


The Apartment Facilities

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Freezer
Cooker
Games Room
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Open Fire / Log Burner
Heating
Electricity included
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TV
DVD
Sky TV
WiFi
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Towels provided
Bed linen provided
Disabled access
Ground floor bedrooms
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Children welcome
High Chair
Baby Cot
Pets welcome
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Parking
Swimming pool
Sauna / hot tub
Tennis court
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Garden
BBQ
Beaches nearby
Pub nearby
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Places To Visit

Wadebridge town centre which is just a short drive or leisurely walk from the apartment is home to a host of pubs, restaurants, shops, 2 screen cinema and a sports centre with indoor swimming pool.

The famous “Camel Trail”, runs through Wadebridge providing lovely walks by the River Camel. You can hire a bicycle, go to Padstow or follow the river towards Camelford these are very popular with both walkers and cyclists.

At the mouth of the River Camel there are fantastic long sandy beach walks all the way to Daymler Bay. Have a pleasant day out and sample some fine fine fayre whether it be in one of the tea rooms or pubs. You can also catch a passenger ferry across the river to Padstow (a popular destination and busy in the high season) If eating out in Padstow, why not book a table at the famous Rick Stein’s Restaurant.

Places to visit include The Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, National Maritime Museum and The Roseland Peninsula and The port of Fowey to name a few.