A totally unique location on Bodmin Moor with panoramic views stretching for miles and miles across the rolling countryside with Dartmoor on the far horizon. Cheesewring Farm gets is unusual name from the impressive natural granite tor high on the moorland behind. The Cheesewring is an iconic Cornish landmark made of huge granite slabs towering high, a favourite location for walkers and families and an amazing viewpoint so make sure you bring your camera. On a clear day you can probably see for 20 miles across the landscape from here. The farm is a small holding hidden away and sheltered on the eastern side of Bodmin Moor, tucked away off the beaten track and a special place to relax in peace and tranquillity. As well as the four holiday cottages at Cheesewring Farm the friendly family owners who live in the farmhouse also operate a small campsite, so if you have guests who wish to spend a few days with you in Cornwall, they could always book in and camp for a few days.
A perfect spot for walking and cycling, the small village of Minions is just a short walk and has a pub, café and a small shop. The mining heritage centre, the village, the prehistoric hurlers stone circles and the Cheesewring itself are all within walking distance of the farm. A super spot for families, couples and friends at any time of the year. There are four cottages on-site, Mums Cottage, Bickle Bice, Fizz Gog and Cheesewring Cottage, and they are set around a yard, all converted from stone barns built of granite and all with their own little gardens and sitting out areas with patio furniture. Beach 14 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 13 guests.