Hallagenna Cottages are located in the village of St Breward, and comprise four traditional Cornish cottages set in five acres of land, in one of the most stunning parts of the country. Enjoy uninterrupted views of Bodmin Moor, amble along to the local 11th-century pub for your dinner, cycle and explore the famous 18-mile long Camel Trail which can be completed on foot or on bicycle, or take horse rides onto the moor virtually from your own front door . The stunning Cornish coast and historic fishing villages such as Port Isaac and Padstow to name but a few are also within easy reach, and there’s so much more.
Hallagenna was once a farm and the home of Beatos, the black stallion from the Lloyds Bank adverts. Although now no longer a working farm, Hallagenna maintains its rural character. The farm has its own miniature pigs and chickens and horses graze in the paddock and share their fields with wild rabbits, which can be easily spotted amongst the grass. A wealth of wildlife can be found grazing the adjacent moor, including ponies, cattle and sheep. Hallagenna Cottages have their own access to Bodmin Moor so it’s ideal for dog walking, hiking, exploring or simply taking in the view.
Located on the site of the Old Barn, this cottage has been sympathetically designed to maintain many of the rural characteristics of old Cornish cottages with the benefits of modern design. A single-storey cottage with exposed beams, it has an open plan living area which includes washer/dryer, fridge, counter top freezer, cooker, microwave, TV with DVD/Freeview. This cottage offers one double bed and one captain’s bed with a pull-out guest bed, making Barn ideal for couples, families with children or four adults. Wi-Fi access is also included. A private barbecue is also provided so you can enjoy the warm Cornish sun in your own enclosed courtyard garden located at the front of the property.