Two holiday lets sleeping 2 and 5
Botelet Farm is the perfect getaway for those who seek natural beauty, peace, pure water from own bore hole, clean air and zero light pollution. Be tempted by a therapeutic massage or a reflexology treatment in your cottage, room or yurt. Book our therapist Rachel who visits Botelet by appointment.
Located in sparsely populated south-east Cornwall between the villages of Herodsfoot and Couch's Mill, equidistant from the historic towns of Liskeard, Lostwithiel and Fowey. Stay in one of two cottages, farmhouse b&b or either of the two Mongolian yurts. Each cottage sleeps five in three bedrooms. Both yurts have one double bed. Two rooms available in the b&b with WiFi. Two wild meadow camping pitches.
Mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086 Manor Cottage is tucked away in this rural setting, situated at the end of a wild flowered lane within a private walled garden. This cottage has three bedrooms, a bathroom, additional shower room and accommodates five persons. The sitting room has local slate flagstone floors, ancient beams and a wood burner. A wide door leads into the dining room giving the impression of one large room when open. The room also has a piano and french doors accessing the walled garden. The kitchen is extremely well equipped alternatively discover a local restaurant and take advantage of the babysitting service. All linen and towels are supplied. Wi-Fi
Cowslip Cottage has stunning exposed stone with lime mortar exterior. Farmhouse kitchen with large scrubbed pine table. Red leather Habitat Sofas in the sitting room. Three bedrooms, sleeps five. Views of fields, meadows and garden from every window. Wi-Fi
Yurts have amazing outlooks. One high in a field grazed by sheep with panoramic views over farmland towards the sea. The other in a long grass meadow with fruit trees, wild flowers and views over patchwork fields.
The Tamblyn family will welcome you, they have farmed at Botelet for four generations (from 1860) and have received visitors from all over the World since the 1930's. You are encouraged to explore three hundred acres of mainly organic, traditionally-farmed land, walk through woodlands, wetlands and trek to the Neolithic hill fort for unrivalled views over South East Cornwall. As part of the Countryside Stewardship Scheme, conservation of orchards, Cornish hedging and the gentle restoration of a rare Elizabethan garden wall, are currently in progress.
From £300 - £1250 pw
Open - All year.
Short Breaks Available
Dogs and pets are welcome
Internet connection available
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