Recently the focus for Discovery Real Time’s House Wreck Rescue, this collection of 5-star, Gold Standard Award self-catering barn conversions are now available for bookings though Blue Chip Holidays.
Guests wanting to make the most of this area of outstanding natural beauty can take walks along South Coast path to Fowey and Polperro, or visit the dog friendly, former smuggler’s cove at Lansallos, just three miles away. Guests with horses have free use of stabling, each of which has large, grassy, individual turnout paddocks. And for those without, horses can be hired for accompanied hacking and picnic rides over the surrounding countryside.
This lovely collection of holiday homes includes Hob Nob, sleeping six; Blackberry Barn, sleeping four; Rainbow, sleeping three; The Spice Barn, sleeping two**, and Honey Pot, sleeping two. Each has been tastefully furnished and decorated throughout to create a 'boutique hotel' feel. The walls are adorned with stunning, original oil paintings, and wonderful pieces of sculpture and craft can be found in each property.
Hob Nob, the largest of Old Lanwarnick’s holiday homes, is an impressive former barn that retains the charm and character of its whitewashed stone walls and impressive vaulted beams on the upper floor living area.
Downstairs, its three generous bedrooms (two doubles, and one twin) have been given a warm and cosy feel with a combination of chic bedding and furniture, and original works of art above each bed. Wooden flooring throughout adds to the classic feel of the barn, while slate flooring at the entrance makes for a splendid welcome.
Hob Nob sleeps six and can be booked from £584 per week, rising to £2,019 (£336.50 per person) in July and August.
Honey Pot, sleeping two, can be booked from £329 per week, rising to £835 (£417.50 per person) in late July, August and early September.
Rainbow Cottage, sleeping three, can be booked from £430 per week, rising to £1,138 (£379.33 per person) in late July, August and early September.
Spice Barn, sleeping two, can be booked from £379 per week, rising to £943 (£471.50 per person) in late July, August and early September.
For special occasions meals can be prepared in the barns by local chefs, and Champagne breakfasts can even be delivered to the door. And, food boxes ordered in advance will be unpacked and put away in cupboards and fridges, ready for guests’ arrival.
On-site facilities include a health suite complete with a small gym and hot-tub barn with music, lights and views. Holistic therapies are available including a range of massage, reflexology and beauty treatments. Clay pigeon shooting can be arranged, and bicycles can be hired for cycling trips.
Add to this a fantastic range of activities that can be arranged in the local area including polo lessons, 4 x 4 off-roading, surfing lessons, rock climbing, boat trips, sea and river fishing, Daphne Du Maurier walks, helicopter flights and kayaking, and Old Lanwarnick becomes the perfect place to stay, whatever your whim.
As Zilpah Hartley, presenter from Discovery Real Time’s House Wreck Rescue, said:
"Stunning setting, luxurious interiors and the very warmest of welcomes from your perfect hosts, Jo and Mike, will make your stay at Old Lanwarnick one to remember. The hard work and dedication I witnessed when they renovated Old Lanwarnick shows in every aspect of the accommodation and those lucky enough to stay there will want to return again and again."
So if you fancy a fantastic summer break at this truly spectacular collection of properties, check out our fantastic cottages at Old Lanwarnick Farm today!