Forget Me Not Farm Holidays , Cornwall

Forget Me Not Farm Holidays
Trefranck Farm
St Clether
Launceston
Cornwall
PL15 8QN
Tel : 01566 86284
Website : http://www.forget-me-not-farm-holidays.co.uk

Accreditations : 4 star
Sleeps : 1 - 6

Specialist breaks : Child Friendly, Walking, Shooting / Country Pursuits

Rate low season : £280 PW

Rate high season : £980 PW

Credit cards accepted ? : N
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About Forget Me Not Farm Holidays - Self Catering Cottage Holidays


The three cottages, situated on Trefranck Farm are on the edge of Bodmin Moor and just 6 miles from the North Cornish Coast. This 300 year old family run beef and sheep farm is ideal for walking, meeting the farm animals and great for children.

FORGET-ME-NOT-COTTAGE (sleeps 5/6)
This cosy family cottage has a comfortable pleasant sitting room with open fire, colour television and video. The cottage also has oil central heating which makes it very warm and cosy for autumn and winter holidays. The dining room has a Wood Multi fuel burning stove, and family size pine dining table. The Country Style kitchen is newly fitted with washing machine, tumble dryer, electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. The bathroom has a bath, washbasin, shaver point, w.c. and towel rail. There are three bedrooms, a Master bedroom with double bed en-suite with shower, washbasin, w.c. shaver point. A bright and cheerful twin room with two single beds and a single room over looking the garden that has a pull out guest bed if required, or a cot can be put in this room if required.

THE OLD WAGON HOUSE (sleeps 2 ideal for couples)
Situated on on Trefranck Farm it has been owned by the same family since 25th March 1703, over 300 years. As its name suggest The Old Wagon House was where the Horse Wagons that were used on the farm were stored, it has been shown on all our maps as far back has they go, and is built of spar, granites and local stone, some of which we believe to have been dug on the farm in Quarry field, the roof is of rag slate and the front with is three upright granites supporting a 30 foot long beam, which we believe to have come from a ship wreak as you can clearly see it had been used in another place.

The Old Wagon House has now been converted into a stunning, luxury, all year round, holiday retreat. It is also ideal for our guests who use a wheelchair.

A romantic double bed room with lace covered four poster bed, stylish wet room, The Spacious open plan sitting room with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams A real log burner for romantic evenings as well as full central heating making it warm and cosy. The kitchen/dining room reflects country style with all mod cons of a well equipped kitchen to make easy living while on your holidays. The sitting room opens on to a secluded patio which is a real sun trap in the afternoons and evening. Beds are all made ready when guests arrive and there is a welcome basket in the fridge of local produce to get your holiday off to a good start. Electric and logs for the wood burner, bed linen, towels and a land rover tour of the farm are all included in the price of the holiday.

HONEYSUCKLE COTTAGE (Sleeps 2-6 + cot if required)
This cottage is just along the small country road from Forget-me-not-cottage and the farm. There is ample off road parking space outside the cottage, also a large well established lawn and garden in the front of the cottage. Around the back of the cottage are lovely views of Rough Tor and Brown Willy the highest tors on Bodmin Moor. It is a relaxing spot for a B.B.Q. and watching the sun set after a day out at the beach.

The master bedroom has a double bed, all beds are made ready for your arrival, bed linen and towels are included in the price of your holiday there is also a twin room which is greeted by the lovely morning sun, and a single bedroom where an extra bed can be added if required.

The new stylish bathroom has a bath, shower, W.C. hand basin, and towel rail. There is a spacious sitting room with an open fire if you like to spend evenings in beside the fire watching T.V. or listening to the radio. Honeysuckle has full central heating so is always warm and cosy. The sitting room has lovely views across the fields to Bodmin Moor, and leads out into a sunny conservatory, an ideal place for reading the visitor information leaflets, and planning your daily sight seeing trips around our picturesque county of Cornwall . From the conservatory you can walk through into the well equipped large kitchen, which has a country style table where the whole family can sit around for a meal. Within the kitchen there is an electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher, and fridge/freezer in which you will find a welcome basket of local produce to get your holiday off to a good start!

Leading on from the kitchen is a utility room where you will find the washing machine tumble drier and also another W.C. Honeysuckle has easy access with only two steps at the front door and a step into the conservatory, all the rest is level throughout. We can provide a ramp if required to enable wheelchair access.

Wild life around the farm is abundant with rabbits, foxes, deer, badgers, bats, owls and buzzards. Guests are welcome to go on a Land Rover trip around the farm with Sheila to see the animals and stand under the wind turbines, or go on a night time star watch and maybe see foxes, rabbits, badgers or the barn owls hunting for food.

PRICES
Low Season £280 PW
High Season £980 PW
Prices dependant on cottage and time of season
Cash or cheque only

Forget Me Not Farm Holidays Facilities

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Microwave
Washing machine
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Freezer
Cooker
Games Room
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Open Fire / Log Burner
Heating
Electricity included
Ensuite facilities
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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

Places to visit include the Eden Project, Lands End and the many legendary landmarks including the Jamaica Inn and the Cathedral of the Moors Alternum. There are also lots of National Trust properties. Don’t forget to visit North Cornwalls dramatic heritage coast and its softer southern counterpart which are both within half an hours drive. The towns of Plymouth, Truro and Exeter make ideal shopping trips.