Camel Valley

Cowel Gwenyn

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Sleeps 2

Partially adjoining a wing of the owner's farmhouse. Cowel Gwenyn (sleeps 2 in comfort) is a cosy and secluded cottage with a spacious entrance & dining area with galley kitchen leading to west facing terrace overlooking fields and the valley beyond. A second, South facing, terrace looks directly over the vineyards.

Overlooking Camel Valley's award-winning vineyards, Cowel Gwenyn is one of two lovely cottages nestling in beautiful countryside on the south-facing side of the Camel Valley. The cottages bask in their own natural sun trap.
(Sorry, no dogs except assistance dogs)

£550.00 - £885.00
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Eighty-two tranquil and unspoilt acres offer a private stretch of salmon and trout river, a lake for bird watching, idyllic walks and panoramic views. Riding, cycling and walking on the Camel Trail through the farm to Padstow's sandy beaches and Rick Stein's Restaurants (10miles). Salmon fishing by arrangement at the farm. Central for exploring both Cornish coasts. Bodmin, with tennis, swimming and shopping, 3miles. Cycle hire and coarse fishing available locally, and Wadebridge with a choice of Restaurants 5 miles. The Eden Project 8miles.

Pub serving food 1½miles along Camel Trail. Cream teas Garden ½ mile on the Camel Trail. Trehellas House Restaurant 2 miles. Or you can just sip wine, overlooking the vineyards!


  • Electricity included

  • Electric radiators

  • Parking

  • Shop 2 miles

  • TV and video

  • Microwave

  • Washing machine

  • Wine sales and tasting

  • Wednesday Grand Winery Tour April to October

  • Complementary bottle of wine

  • Trout/salmon fishing by arrangement

  • Cycle hire available locally

  • Natural spring water supply from borehole

  • Garden and terrace with picnic table

  • Duvets with linen

  • Non smokers only

  • Friday to Friday

  • Sorry no dogs.


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