West Nethercott

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

West Nethercott Whitstone
Week St Mary
Cornwall
England
EX226LD

West Nethercott, Week St Mary

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A tranquil spacious and homely Cornish Farmhouse is set in scenic countryside close to Bude and Widemouth Bay both with large sandy beaches and surfing. Also Boscastle Tintagel and the traditional fishing village of Port Isaac and the towns of Holsworthy and Launceston. Enjoy the country walks and the coastal footpath.

Breakfast is included with ample quality local foods. Please note a cash payment is required on arrival for stays.

From: £66.00


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