This 5-star bed and breakfast sits in 3 acres of private ground, and retains Victorian features like sash windows, fireplaces, and an elegant staircase. Wi-Fi is free throughout the building, and there is free private parking on site.
Hens and ducks roam The Old Rectory’s large, walled garden, and in the surrounding fields you can see rare-breed pigs and sheep. There is wooden deck with panoramic views out to sea and down the Valency Valley to Boscastle, with Tintagel in the distance.
The property’s hens produce eggs for your breakfast, and 4 types of locally smoked fish are also served. Full Cornish breakfast is available, and there are lighter options like Cornish rarebit, fruit juice, cereals, and home-grown fruit.
Rooms at The Old Rectory are traditionally furnished, and feature a flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries.
Newquay can be reached in less than an hour’s drive. Tintagel is 6 miles away, and Launceston is a 30-minute drive from the building.