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South View annexe offers attractive accommodation which is not only welcoming but also has that homely feel, all within attractive contemporary open plan living, the space is magnificent. A property which makes for a great retreat in a peaceful rural location. Wake up in a king size bed and gaze out the bedroom window to spectacular country views over the valley. The room is well proportioned with ample wardrobe and storage space, plus TV. A bathroom that offers not only a walk in shower but a full size bath for that relaxing soak A well equipped kitchen alongside a dining area with seating for up to four people. Your lounge area consists of two comfy sofa's, TV, with DVD player and an ipod docking station, so you can relax with your favourite music. An added bonus is a large covered al fresco eating area, ideal to enjoy lazy breakfasts, relaxing evenings and informal BBQ's.
Use of shared garden backing onto open fields with stunning rural views. Parking directly outside your accommodation.
We live at the property, will be there to show you in and make sure you are comfortable and have everything you need. We are very aware our guests need to have their own space, so once you are settled in we like to leave you to enjoy your holiday but it’s good to know that if there are any little problems or emergencies we are on hand to help out if you need us. Or you may just want some directions or suggestions of where to go, what to see, we are happy to share our local knowledge with you. Most of all we want you to have a wonderful time while you are staying with us. Look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to South View.
Steeped in history the ancient market town of Stratton offers two superb eating pubs, The Kings Arms and The Tree Inn, famous for being the home of the last Cornish Giant. The friendly village shop offers newspapers and daily basics. Approx half a mile away two major supermarkets, opposite which you will find a leisure centre with an indoor swimmig pool and Ten Pin Bowling. But probably the most exciting aspects are the spectacular beaches of Bude and its surrounding areas. Whether you enjoy surfing, fishing, swimmiing or a relaxing walk along the rugged cliffs, the area is outstanding. With three top class golf courses within twenty minutes drive, the links course at Bude is just five minutes away. Maer Lake, Bude canal and marshes are havens for many species of birds and attract bird lovers from all over the country.
The area is blessed with a mild climate, fabulous sandy beaches, amazing surf, incredible walks both coastal and across the untamed moors and fascinating history. From great pubs to michellin stared restaurants, add on breathtaking sun sets, challenging golf courses and little secluded coves to explore, there really is something for everyone. These are just some of the welcoming aspects of the West Country from cider and cornish pasties to scrumptious cream teas, Rick Stein, Paul Ainsworth, Nathan Outlaw, The Tanner Brothers, Michael Caines plus many other very talented unknown chefs make the area a gastronomes delight. From The Eden Project to the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Padstow and the quaint fishing village of Port Issac, famed for the filming of the very poular Doc Martin. Boscastle with its 16th century quay and witches museum, Tintagel and the legend of King Arthur to the unique cobbled streets of Clovelly and perhaps the wildest of all the heritage coastline - Hartland. With its sheer rugged cliffs and tales of ship wrecks, piracy and smuggling. Also the National Trust has many properties within easy distance and RHS Rosemore will have keen gardeners pottering for hours. So if you believe the tales of smugglers on the shore and fairies in the fields this is the place for you!
|Jan 3rd - Feb 27th||Low season||
£230 week / £38 night
|Feb 28th - Apr 9th||Low season||
£275 week / £44 night
|Apr 10th - 16th Apr||Easter||
£385 week / £63 night
|Apr 17th - May 7th||Low season||
£299 week / £44 night
|May 8th - May 21st||Mid season||
£360 week / £56 night
|May 22nd - May 28th||Spring bank holiday||
£425 week / £67 night
|May 29th - June 25th||High season||
£435 week / £65 night
|June 26th - July 23rd||High season||
£475 week / £70 night
|July 25th - Sept 3rd||Peak season||
£550 week / £85 night
|Sept 4th - Sept 17th||High season||
£399 week / £65 night
|Sept 18th - Oct 1st||Mid season||
£320 week / £47 night
|Oct 2nd - Oct 29th||Mid season||
£299 week / £44 night
|Oct 30th - Dec 17th||Low season||
£240 week / £40 night
|18th Dec - Jan 7th ‘21||Christmas/New Year||
£450 week / £70 night
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