Bolster Farm Cottage

A Hotel in St Agnes, Cornwall

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Goonvrea Road
St Agnes

Bolster Farm Cottage, St Agnes

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Accommodation Description:

Comfortable and spacious contemporary barn conversion with stunning views of countryside and sea. Near to several beaches and Coastal Footpath. Adjoining Farm Trail.

Excellent local restaurants and pubs within walking distance. Full central heating and wood-burning stove in winter. All modern facilities.

Peaceful rural location, within a few minutes walk of St Agnes village with wide selection of shops, galleries, and facilities. St Agnes is an ideal location as a base for visiting all parts of Cornwall.

4 star rating

From: £75.00


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St Agnes Travel and Heritage Information

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