Set in 5 acres and adjacent to fantastically wild and rugged moorland, high on Bodmin Moor with uninterrupted views, roaming wild ponies and sheep gently grazing, this is a stunning location at any time of the year. Hallagenna Cottages consists of 5 attractive white washed cottages which are unique and visitors certainly have their favourites. Delphy (UK11088) and Old Barn Cottage (UK11089) are a matching pair of single-storey properties which have been smpathetically designed to maintain many of the rural characteristics of old Cornish cottages, with the benefits of modern design. Ladydown Cottage (UK11085) is tucked away in a corner with views from the living room and kitchen across the open moors. There is also a cosy wood burner for snuggling up beside on chillier evenings. Old Brock Cottage (UK11087) has a quirky layout with an open plan living/dining room with a wood burner on the first floor. Old Dairy Cottage (UK11086) has a compact kitchen, cosy living room with a wood burner, and a private entrance and parking area, making it a little more private than the others. These semi-detached cottages also have their own small enclosed patio garden with garden furniture.
Hallagenna Farm was once a busy farm and home to the famous black stallion horse featured in the original Lloyds bank television commercial. It is now a sleepy hideaway less than a mile from the moorland village of St Breward, with its village shop and 11th-century pub. The friendly owners live on-site in the farmhouse and really enjoy guests coming to stay at Hallagenna Farm Cottages, a very warm welcome awaits you.
There are fabulous walks from the doorstep with Delphy Bridge, a little hidden gem, a 10-minute walk across the moors. It is very popular in the summer where children can paddle in the moorland stream and watch ponies quenching their thirst in the shallow waters. This little spot makes a truly wonderful picture. Just a short drive across the moors will take you to the main A30 or to the A39 Atlantic Highway making exploring Cornwall very easy. Bodmin Moor is perfect for walkers with wide open spaces and dark starry nights. For those who enjoy horse riding, there is a riding school on the moors close by. Artists and photographers will not be dissappointed, and for the adventurous and outdoor enthusiasts, The Camel Trail and Cardinham Woods are just a short drive away. Beach 11 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 19 guests.