Dogs stay free! We are happy to accommodate more than one of your pets with no additional charge. We also offer variable concessions for people who are unable to afford a holiday at standard rates.
- View : Courtyard
- Children welcome
- Setting : Peaceful, Historical
- Sandy beach at 2,5km
- Golf, Horse riding, Fishing
- Pets accepted
- Exposure : South
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A delightful cottage in a small private mews converted from the old Bideford Inn, accessed through gates from Market St. Open plan living room with fully equipped kitchen including washing machine and dish-washer. Two double (one king size bed, one double) bedrooms plus sofa bed in sitting room. The Mews’ gardens are at far end of the Mews, and No 4’s garden (for your exclusive use) is at the very end of these and backs onto fields. The village shop & PO is a few yards away and there are also two historic pubs in the village which serve food. Parking is on the street, but as Stratton’s streets are narrow you might prefer the 24hr free car-park which is just a minute’s walk from the property, as is the bus stop.
Interior Cottage with View: courtyard
Exterior Holiday lettings in Setting: peaceful, historical
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Stratton, a Conservation Area by the River Neet or Strat, is a small village (once an important town) with many buildings of historic interest including the Parish Church, parts of which are Norman, on the outskirts of the delightful small seaside town of Bude with its three beaches, beautiful canal, eclectic eating and shopping options, and great variety of leisure activities. Bude is also known for its cultural life, with both a folk festival and a jazz festival.
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Stratton is in North Cornwall, a mile and a half from the coast, and near the borders of Devon, in South West England. The Atlantic Highway (A39, running north-south beside the spectacular coastline and giving easy access to the many seaside towns and coves along it, is half a mile away, with the main A30 - an easy drive of around 20 minutes - taking you to Exeter and major routes east, north and south of the UK, including London.