Wennas Well At Wooldown Holiday Cottages

Marhamchurch, Bude , Cornwall, Country village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:15

Outside Description

There is a patio area to the side of the barn, where a slate now covers the well, which was believed to be used for a dwelling many years ago. There is also a garden area facing the countryside and sea views to the rear of the property.

Set in the peaceful location on the dramatic North Cornish coast, it offers spectacular countryside and sea vistas. A larger shared grass area with seating and built in BBQ is also a just a short distance away, perfect for enjoying those long summer days or for sitting back with a warm drink on a chilly winter evening.

Downstairs Description

Wennas Well is a stunning barn conversion, designed just for two, all on one floor. It features state of the art mod cons, cosy under flooring heating, impressive spa bath, large walk in waterfall shower and an overall contemporary style that will be sure to leave you with a lasting impression.

The bedroom has a king-size bed with memory mattress, complete with quality bed linen, luxury duvet and marshmallow-soft pillows make for a good nights sleep.

The en-suite bathroom features spa bath, walk in rainfall shower.

Windows Views Description

Amazing countryside views including views of the sea at Widemouth Bay from the living area and bedroom.

Ocean Lookout
Group Getaways
Farm Experience
Eco Escape
Romantic Hideaway: Adults only retreat
Tourist Attractions:
  • Eden Project : With its distinctive white domes, the Eden Project is Cornwall’s best-known tourist attraction. But it’s much more than just a big green theme park and visitors can expect to come away with a better understanding of the environment and their interaction with it. Visit website
  • Hartland Abbey: Lies across a narrow, sheltered valley which winds its way to the spectacular Atlantic Coast. Within a designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ visitors may wander around the beautiful gardens and grounds which lead to the rocky cove. Visit website
  • Tapeley Park: As it is known in the Doomsday Book- has for over 1000 years held the fantastic elevated position overlooking the River Torridge. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Weir Restaurant Bistro : Which is 1.5 miles away and located in Marhamchurch.Eat breakfast, lunch or supper at very affordable prices from our tantalising menu or just pop in for a freshly ground coffee and mouth-watering cake which you can eat on our sun-drenched patio or in front of our real log fire. Visit website
  • Life’s A Beach: In Bude, which is perched out in the middle of the river mouth with the Atlantic on the door there are few locations in Cornwall as breathtaking. Casual dining and chilled out beach vibe by day. Superb bistro with an emphasis on fine seafood and meats by day or night. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Beach House Wet Fish: The freshest fish in Cornwall located in Widemouth Bay, Bude. Our fish comes from day boats in Looe market up 5 times a week . Visit website
  • Morrisons: In Bude and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Coasteering : Another activity which is becoming very popular is Coasteering - a mixture of exploring, climbing, swimming and if you are brave enough, leaping into the ocean! Visit website
  • Bude And North Cornwall Golf: surrounded by the town and the sea, is a challenging 18 hole links course established in 1891. It is located in the centre of Bude, on the scenic North Cornwall coast, close to the border with Devon. Excellent drainage enables the course to be playable throughout the year off regular tees and greens. Visit website
  • Efford Down Stables: Where trekking is all off road on there 100 acre farm including “Efford down”. With fantastic views along the coastline, the town and surrounding countryside, their experienced friendly escorts guide you on an enjoyable hack amidst some of Cornwalls most stunning scenery. Visit website