The building is a beautiful example of a traditional Cornish cottage, with slate-flagged floors and exposed timber ceilings on the ground floor. Pawton Mill Farmhouse has been sensitively refurbished to retain its traditional character while creating a comfortable base for your holiday.
The comfortable sitting and dining room has an open fireplace and well-stocked built-in bookcases. There are also high-quality soft furnishings, a TV, DVD player, hi-fi, and a generous supply of DVDs and board games.
The traditional slate-flagged kitchen contains a double oven, ceramic hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer, alongside a wide selection of contemporary cooking utensils, tableware and cookbooks. A washing machine and dryer are provided just off the kitchen.
The farmhouse’s three bedrooms are located on the first floor and include one double with king size bed, one twin and one single bedroom. All contain comfortable beds with Egyptian cotton bed linen.
There is a well-equipped family bathroom on the first floor with a bath and overhead shower and a WC. A ground floor shower room has a WC and wash basin.
Pawton Mill is ideal for dogs and you are very welcome to bring up to two dogs during your holiday at a cost of £35 per dog per week.
Pawton Mill Farmhouse has three distinct garden areas, including a quiet and simple front garden and a rear lawned garden with long-established herbaceous borders. The rear garden is fenced to provide a secure play area for younger visitors. A wildflower meadow contains apple trees with paths cut through, making it an ideal area for older children to burn off excess energy. Garden furniture and a barbecue are also provided, and there is extensive off-road parking.
“We have had a lovely time here, so comfortable and cosy and such attention to detail. A good location too with lots to see and do nearby, we will return.”
Pawton Mill Farmhouse is ideally placed to explore the North Cornwall coast with its breathtaking views, magnificent sandy beaches and excellent surfing and body boarding opportunities. There are many restaurants to suit all tastes in the area, ranging from cosy country pubs to renowned seafood restaurants.
For cyclists, the Camel Trail is less than a mile from the cottage and links Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow.