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Sleeps 10 adults Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 2 Pets 1 Welcome Region Cornwall Town/village Bodmin

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Providence House, near Bodmin

- Double glazed family house converted from a 19th century chapel
- Beside a country lane that leads out of the moorland village of St Breward
- Parking available for 2 cars

- Shower room W.C. with hand basin
- Long sitting room has ample seating arranged before an electric log effect fire
- Dining room with table, chairs and an original pew seat
- Recently fitted kitchen with an electric range cooker

- Family bathroom W.C. with hand basin, bath and shower cubicle
- Twin bedded room with a vanity basin
- Two double bedrooms
-Smaller room with two 3ft single beds and a vanity basin
- The fifth bedroom has pine 3ft bunk beds
- Portable electric heaters in all of the bedrooms

- Three steps lead up to a sheltered paved patio area with outdoor table and chairs
- Children and dogs will need supervision as the patio is not enclosed

- Village store and newsagent/P.O. are a 2 minute walk
- The Old Inn pub and restaurant are about 10 minutes on foot
- Bodmin, Wadebridge and Camelford are all within a 10 mile radius
- The Camel Trail can be joined at Wenford Bridge only two miles away
- Beaches at Trebarwith, Port Isaac and Polzeath are about 9 miles

- A small wing at the rear of the house is self contained and permanently occupied
This property welcomes one dog only
Providence HouseDining areaDining areaKitchenSitting roomSitting roomDouble bedroomTwin bedroomFamily bathroomFamily bathroomEntrance hallFirst floor landingExterior house and patio
  • CD Player
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Freezer
  • Garden Furniture
  • High chair
  • Microwave
  • Night storage heaters
  • Washer Dryer
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Parking
  • Beach
  • Shower Cubicle
  • Bath
  • Linen
  • Video


Check in / Check out

Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.

Pets Welcome

A maximum of 1 pet is welcome at this property. Typically pet charges apply but please contact the office for details.


Surrounded by dramatic tors Bodmin Moor is a walkers haven and there are many historical points of interest such as Carnglaze Caverns, Rough Tor, Golitha Falls and Dozmary Pool which is said to be the final resting place of King Arthurs sword Excalibur. Cardinham Woods has a mix of cycling and walking trails, free to use BBQ’s and pic-nic tables, a childrens playground, a cosy café & restaurant and an ice-cream bar (peak periods only) perfect for families, pet owners and cycling enthusiasts. The famous smugglers haunt, as depicted in Daphne du Maurier’s legendary book, ‘Jamaica Inn’ easily located just off the A30 to the north of Bodmin and is also worth a pit stop.

The historic market town of Bodmin is great for a day trip, the Shire Hall houses a Courtroom Experience visitor attraction, and just next to the Hall is the town museum which
displays much of Bodmins heritage. From the town there is easy access to the Camel Trail, an 18 mile purpose built route which follows a disused 19th century rail track. Cycle hire is available, ideal for a visit to Wadebridge or Padstow.

The famous Bodmin Jail offers a fascinating insight into the disciplinary system centuries past. Within the town is the Bodmin & Wenford Railway, the 13 mile return journey stops at Cardinham Woods, the Camel Trail and it is possible to walk from the Parkway station to Lanhydrock. This Victorian country house, owned by the National Trust, with gardens and woodland is a fantastic day out, the house itself provides a fascinating insight into the ‘upstairs and downstairs’ lifestyles of earlier periods. Another popular local country house is Pencarrow, located between the two towns Bodmin and Wadebridge. Pencarrow House and gardens are open seasonally with many pieces of art and antiques on display.


Cornwall is the most western part of the South West of England and is a very popular holiday destination with its array of golden sand beaches and dramatic cliff top scenery. The Cornish peninsular is bordered by sea, north, south and west with just one (land based) entrance and exit route over the eastern border to Devon. Traditionally fishing, mining and agriculture were the mainstays of the local economy but tourism has since replaced these. Cornwall boasts thousands of acres of un-spoilt moorland protected as an area of outstanding natural beauty. All year round, the 630 miles of coastal walks (preserved in part by the National Trust and Duchy of Cornwall), are enjoyed by walkers of all ages. Cornwall is known for its mild climate giving rise to the plethora of botanical & specialist gardens like the Eden project, Trelissick and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. By escaping to Cornwall you can thoroughly immerse yourself in the many contrasts that draw visitors year after year. From the picturesque fishing villages steeped in history to the iconic Eden Project, looking to the future. Survey the changing landscape from moorland to the dramatic & varied Cornish coastline. Sample the freshest gourmet offerings from the abundance of local produce or simply find a quiet spot and unwind with a Cornish clotted cream ice-cream! Wherever you choose to hang up your boots, you will never be far from the sea.

South West

England’s peninsula incorporates the counties of Cornwall and Devon, Dorset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Bristol. This region is mostly rural so is perfect to escape the everyday hustle and bustle, whether relaxing with the family by the seaside or exploring the wild moors and rugged coastline. The area boasts hundreds of beautiful sandy bays to choose from and fantastic surfing opportunities. The historic cities of Exeter, Bath and Gloucester are definitely worth a visit, and with transport links all the way down to Penzance even the famous Lands End and remote Isles of Scilly can be reached.

Area Cornwall Nearest pub 0.75 miles


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