Rooky’s Nook luxury romantic holiday cottage for two is hidden behind traditional Cornish hedging in the small rural hamlet of Trewalder, ‘off the beaten track’, yet close to the magnificent North Cornwall coast. It is ideally located to explore all the best that Cornwall offers, from world famous gardens to historic houses, beautiful beaches to heritage mines – and lots more besides!
Whether you’re an avid walker, keen surfer, or simply want to dose off in the sun and soak up the sea air Cornwall beaches and local attractions inspire, excite and relax….
Local Cornish Beach Beauties: closest to Rooky’s Nook is Trebarwith Strand and Tregardock – both with rugged cliffs and fantastic sandy beaches, (covered at low tide).
More North Cornwall Beaches: – Too many to mention, but here are a few favourites: Daymer Bay between Rock and Padstow, Polzeath – great for surfing, but often crowded, Widemouth (Bude), Holywell, Fistral and Watergate Bay (Newquay). Harlyn, Constantine and Portcothan Bay (around Padstow).
‘Pedal Power’: The Camel Trail (16 mile cycle trail: Bodmin – Wadebridge – Padstow) – enjoyed by everyone from expert bikers and joggers to smartly dressed groups out for a leisurely walk – and even infirm old dogs being pulled along in trailers by their owners.
Beautiful (often bleak) Bodmin Moor: Cornwall’s twin peaks Brown Willy and Rough Tor (near Camelford) offer brilliant views over the north and south coasts.
Over 60 fantastically different Gardens of Cornwall: including The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan (St Austell) – both within easy driving distance of Rooky’s Nook, plus: Trerice (near Newquay), Glendurgan (Falmouth), and Cotehele (Saltash) – each offering a visual feast and inspiration to any gardener.
Traditional Cornish Fishing Villages: Port Isaac (great for freshly caught local fish either eaten in one of the local restaurants or brought back to enjoy at Rooky’s Nook!), and charming Boscastle, – both have pretty harbours, traditional cornish fisherman’s cottages and a small collection of shops.
Historic (often haunted) Houses and Legends: Wonderful estates include Pencarrow and Lanhydrock – nearby at Bodmin. Alternatively uncover the legends of King Arthur, Merlin and the ancient court of Camelot at Slaughterbridge, Camelford and ruins of the 13th century Tintagel Castle. – all close to Rooky’s Nook.
Come fire up your imagination and escape to Rooky’s Nook to experience a truly unique luxury self-catering cottage holiday in Cornwall