Sleeps 12 | 6 bedrooms | 5 ensuite 1 family bathroom bath/wc
Charming, stylish and full of character, Court Farmhouse is a 300-year-old farmhouse and the perfect country retreat for large groups. Sensitively renovated, Court Farmhouse has retained many of its original features while offering you all the modern conveniences you could need to relax and enjoy your stay.
Spacious and comfortable, the accommodation features six bedrooms accommodating up to 12 people. Situated at the heart of the Court Farm complex, and at the heart of the village, the farmhouse has its own private garden with patio area and from the first floor enjoys spectacular views over the village to the coast, only a few miles away – the perfect place to gather all your nearest and dearest together under one roof for a magical holiday.
Ground Floor; Entrance porch with room for coats, wellies and buggies, internal door with step down to small hallway leading off to the spacious lounge with woodburner and deep set sofas and dining room with large dining table to seat also featuring a woodburner. 2 steps lead down to the fully equipped kitchen with double range and larder fridge-freezer specifically with large groups in mind.
First Floor, the entrance staircase leads up to a long landing, at one end the large master bedroom with private bathroom with over-bath shower, both set slightly away from all the other bedrooms with its vaulted ceiling, king-sized iron bedstead, room for a cot, plus wall-mounted flat-screen TV. The bathroom can either be shared with other guests or kept as a private bathroom. There are an additional two double en-suite bedrooms with king-sized beds and room for a cot; three twin bedrooms – (two en-suite with zip and link beds which can be transformed to super kings by prior request) each also with room for a cot , plus a second family bathroom with over-bath shower.
If you are a larger group than 12 then take a look at our other properties at Court Farm, our courtyard barns for example are right next door and have 2-3 bedrooms, a popular combination with still enough room in the farmhouse to all get together to entertain.
From the M5 take the A30 towards Okehampton, after about 26.5 miles take the A386 Turning, signposted Holsworthy/Bude A3079. Turn right at the bottom of the slipway onto the A386 then just follow signs onto Hols/Bude taking you onto the A3079 through Halwill Junction & A3072. When you get to ‘Stratton’ turn left onto the A39, towards Wadebridge, ignore turnings for Bude until you have a left turning left for Marhamchurch, continue along this road for approx 1 mile. Upon entering the village, Court Farm is located directly opposite the pub (the farmhouse has a big monkey puzzle tree in the front garden).