The Old Barn has a storied history and has been tastefully updated into a comfortable bolt hole for a visit to Cornwall.
Entering down a short flight of stone stairs you enter the open plan kitchen/dining/living room. The bedroom is situated on a mezzanine above the living area and is accessed by a statement wooden staircase. In the autumn and winter the wood burner provides a cosy atmosphere for relaxing in the evening.
St Day is a small traditional Cornish village with narrow streets and lots of character, with two pubs within walking distance and a village shop in easy reach. St Day is an excellent base for your Cornish adventures with several great beaches such as Porthtowan close by, which are ideal for both families and surfers. St Day is a small village with a local shop, but for a wider choice, take a trip to St Agnes or Truro, the county capital, with Gothic cathedral, cinema, theatre, restaurants, individual shops and indoor market.
St Agnes boasts many cafés, restaurants, craft shops and galleries. An ideal centre for walking and exploring the Cornish coastline, cliffs and coves with an abundance of wildlife including porpoises and dolphins. Visitors will be spoilt for choice with beaches including Porthtowan, Trevellas Warren, Portreath and a little further afield, Perranporth with its beach bar right on the sand. The Eden Project near St Austell, Maritime Museum at Falmouth, Newquay Sealife Centre, Flambards Theme Park, Towan’s Miniature Railway and numerous National Trust properties are all easily reached and provide a great day out for the family. The coast road that runs west towards St Ives is a must with many sweeping beaches, quiet coves and coastal villages that make up this enchanting area of Cornwall. Horse riding, golf, surfing, sea fishing and cycling are all available close by.