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Cornwall Self Catering cottage, Dromore, St Breward, sleeps 6

St Breward

Dromore, St Breward, Cornwall

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Sleeps a maximum of: 6

Pricing From: £522.00

This semi-detached property is in the village of St Breward near Bodmin and sleeps six people in three bedrooms.

Dromore is a semi-detached property in the village of St Breward near Bodmin. The cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms which are made up of a double with an en-suite and two twin rooms, one of which can be a super king-size double on request. There is also a shower room, a kitchen, a utility, a sitting room with a dining area and a woodburner and a games room with a pool table and table tennis.

Outside there is off road parking for two cars and a lawned garden with furniture. Dromore is a very special cottage in a traditional moorland village to be enjoyed all year round.


Perfect cottage rental
We have just returned from a perfect week-long Cornwall break, staying at the Dromore cottage in the village of St Breward. We were met on arrival and shown around. Everything was in good working order and well presented. The lounge was a great space and we also used the garden for late afternoon sunbathing (we had very good weather). We used the games room for pool and darts which was great fun. The enormous thick stone walls which give the cottage its lovely character can impede WiFi in some rooms, but we were quite happy with the coverage it provided us. We didn't use it, but we noted an outside shower and hooks for hosing down wet suits and beachwear. There is a BBQ in the garden. St Breward is well located on top of the moors, perfect for exploring the North Cornwall coast between Boscastle and Padstow. It is a rural location, so expect cows walking down the middle of the road (or standing there looking at your car blankly), and expect some proper country roads (they seem hair-raising at first, but there are always passing places), we even drove across a ford on one trip - but this is the charm of Cornwall. The main roads all go east-west; if you want to go north-south, you have to use the smaller lanes. The Old Inn pub is a gentle 600 metre walk. We allowed 15 minutes to walk it, because there were always things to look at on the way - cows on the common, or an amusing cat sprawled out in the sun. And it is a brilliant holiday pub. The village shop is in the pub car park. Their pasties are enormous and perfect for a day out walking. We will definitely look to return here in a year or two. The cottage and the village had everything we wanted in a peaceful, rural break.

Cosy cottage without the warmth
We have just come home from this beautiful cottage, fully equipped and in a nice area. The one big issue we had was we had no access to be able to use the central heating as we needed it. On arrival inside it was freezing and the owner told us the heating comes on and off during the day at set times to a comfortable heat. I commented that it wasn?t warm at all and he said ? just put on a extra jumper?. We presumed he was joking until a bit later when we had to use the sofa throws to keep warm. We didn?t want to use the log fire as we had young children in the house. He came round the next day and changed the times to stay on later into the evening. The heater unit is behind a locked door. I?ve never known a heater to be locked away , also cold air was blowing through ceiling vents in the bedrooms too and he told us it was a ventilation system and he could come turn it off, I mentioned to my husband it should of been off before we arrived. We did let the owner know a rough time of arrival so maybe the heating could of been on. My husband is registered disabled so feels the cold more. If you want to holiday there then it's probably fantastic in the summer but take note the heating isn?t accessible in the colder months. We came home a day early because we wanted to have our creature comforts again. Hence to say we wouldn?t stay again unless the heating is accessible.

Lovely spacious cosy cottage to stay in. Beautiful bedrooms and bathrooms. The Old Hill pub in the village had a great atmosphere and served hearty meals. Six of us stayed for a long weekend and would certainly return. Within easy reach of Wadebridge and St Austell and the Camel trail.
Ros W

A great location & fab hosts. Have absolutely fallen in love with Cornwall. Dromore is a beautiful home with an amazing games room & facilities.
Mrs Beard

We had a lovely stay at Dromore, the cottage was immaculate, the owners went above and beyond. Fully equipped kitchen and dining area, lovely cosy living area with a roaring wood burner and after a tiring day. The most comfortable bed rooms, lovely beds and huge en suite bathroom, this place really is gorgeous we had a lovely stay with a very warm welcome and I personally would highly recommend for anyone thinking of staying here.
Mr Hull



Parking Space Parking Space
Linen Provided Linen provided
Towels Provided Towels provided
Dishwasher Dishwasher
cookewr Cooker
Refrigerator Fridge
Washing Machine Washing Machine
Televsion Television
High Chair High Chair
WiFi WiFi


Single Beds

Twin Beds


Oil central heating with woodburner
Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, 5 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
Fuel and power inc in rent
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Off road parking for 2 cars
Bike storage
Lawned garden with furniture and BBQ
Sorry, no smoking and no pets
Pub 3 mins walk
Please note : The village shop has closed, but plans to re-open a community shop are ongoing
Note : Internal steps in cottage

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Blisland, St Protus and St Hyacinth - 2.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Rough Tor Bronze Age Settlements - 3.6 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Pencarrow House - 5.2 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Jamaica Inn Smugglers Museum - 5.3 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

The Arthurian Centre - 5.5 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Bodmin, St Petroc's Church - 6.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

St Endellion, St Endelienta's Church - 6.4 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Egloshayle Church - 6.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

St Nectan's Glen Waterfall & Hermitage - 7.4 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Tintagel Old Post Office - 7.7 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

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