From the second you step into Parlour through its own private porch, you’ll feel relaxed and ready to unwind. Light, airy and open-plan, Parlour is set on one floor, making it the perfect choice for families with young children.
Featuring exposed beams and slate flooring, the stylish interior takes inspiration from the natural world waiting for you right outside the door, from the acres of green fields to explore around the farm and the nearby sandy beaches. With distinct attention to detail, such as the rustic solid wood king-sized bed and Jacuzzi bath, Parlour is the perfect place to get away from it all.
Single-storey accommodation: Entrance porch leading to internal door which opens out to the open-plan living room, with funky red sofas, wall mounted TV with DVD player, dining area and fully equipped kitchen; large master bedroom with solid wood king-sized bed & flat-screen TV; twin bedroom with blackout blinds, next door to the bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and over-bath shower.
N.B. Parlour has 2 steps into the porch which has room for storage of buggies and a wheelchair and ramp access can be provided.
There is parking available for one car in the adjoining guest carpark.
Available Saturday-Saturday during school holidays
Additional services offered
Babysitting ServiceHolistic and beauty treatments Swimming lessons One-to-one or group yoga sessions Catering service On-line grocery delivery service Local Produce/Meal Box Delivery
Postcode for Sat Nav EX23 0EN
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).