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Tor View (The Cornwall House)

Stratton, Cornwall (Ref. 1004877)

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  • Sleeps 6

  • Bedrooms 3

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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  • Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Highchair available
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12 Customer Review(s)

  • Mr Lyes

    “Stayed here for one week, mixed points about this cottage.”


    Good points: Great location, a small convenience store just down the road, pub just a bit further, dog walks from the front door. Only minutes from Bude. Very peaceful and quiet during the day and incredibly quiet at night. Good bathroom with a great shower. Good TV setup Bad points: Distinct musty dog smell mixed with damp on ground floor, found it best to open the windows to allow fresh air in otherwise after a while I could feel it on my lungs, it affected my partner much worse. Poor cleaning of living room wood floor area, it was vacuumed however the floor was dirty. Poor cleaning of carpet area, looks like it had been done in a hurry and there was dog hair and bits in many places. Ideally the carpet needs steam cleaning or replacing. There was dog hairs in the bed, although the sheets were clean and fresh the hairs must have transferred from somewhere. Decking area and furniture at rear needs serious attention, decking is green and rotted in places. Poor lighting in bathroom. The outside glass of the windows hasn’t been cleaned in a long time. They are filthy. Poor quality mattresses on beds. I did call the property care taker twice the day after my arrival…. No answer and no call back. Overall there is a lack of care and attention that the property requires, it’s a shame because it’s actually really quaint with character.

    - Mr Lyes, June 2021

    Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We have picked up with the housekeeper on the cleaning points noted and they have assured us they will be on it in future. I queried the lack of return of calls and they could not find any record of missed calls during your stay. The carpet was replaced within the last 18 months and the lino in kitchen/bathroom replaced this year. The decking had been cleaned the week before you arrived. With regards to the dog hairs, the last dogs to be staying at the house were my own, 3 weeks before your stay. My dogs are not allowed and are trained not to go upstairs in any dwelling. We also hire in linen so that changes each stay, so I am completely stumped as to how dog hair got in your beds. I believe you had your dogs with you during your stay so perhaps that would have been the transfer? We have always received positive feedback on our IKEA furniture/mattresses all-around 4 years old. We have instructed the cleaners to address the windows this week. Owner relations

The property

Situated in the bustling village of Stratton, near the coast of Cornwall, is this fabulous semi-detached, white stone cottage.

Locally known as ‘The Cornwall House’, this property has been renovated into a stylish and contemporary holiday home for families and friends alike.

Accessed via a pedestrianised path, you enter this property into a small hallway, where you can keep your coats and boots.

Step through to the open-plan area, boasting a welcoming sitting room, with two large sofas where you can relax and unwind of an evening, with the warming open fire as an added benefit while catching up with your favourite shows on the provided TV.

This TV has BT TV installed, including BT Sport.

The dining table is extra special, doubling up as a place to sit and enjoy your home-cooked meals, before turning into a delightful pool table for guests to enjoy.

Seating round the table comprises of two long benches and two tall chairs.

The kitchen is amply-equipped with everything you could need for a weekend in the countryside.

Follow the steps up to the first floor, where you will discover three well-presented bedrooms: one king-size, one double and one bunk room, served by a family bathroom with an elegant bath and shower over.

To the rear of the cottage is a very small enclosed courtyard area, with a small table and 2 chairs.

Outside of the front door is a delightful stone seat to sit and have a drink whilst watching the world go by.

Roadside parking is available.

Travel into the famous seaside resort of Bude and visit Summerleaze Beach, offering golden sands, clear waters and featuring a delightful saltwater rock pool and on-site café.

Your little ones will love it there, getting the chance to play some beach games, swim and even surf!

For a spot of history, venture towards The Castle Bude, an early 19th century castle overlooking the river and boasting a delightful history museum and art gallery inside.

You are ideally placed for exploring all the Hartland Cornwall Heritage Coast and the Pentire Point has to offer.

Use Tor View as your base for exploring this picturesque coastline.


  • Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x double and 1 x bunk room
  • Bathroom with bath and shower over, basin and WC
  • Kitchen
  • Living/dining room with open fire and pool table (dining room table converted - it has benches and 2 chairs).
  • Open fire
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, dishwasher, washing machine, TV in the lounge, DVD player, Xbox 360 and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Roadside parking is available
  • Small enclosed courtyard decking garden with furniture
  • Two well-behaved pets welcome, supplement charges apply for second pet
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 1.9 miles and pub 0.4 miles

About the location


Bude 2.5 miles.

A peaceful, picturesque village close to the resort town of Bude, one of Cornwall’s premier holiday locations. With its lovely old church, winding streets and atmospheric village pubs it’s a place to relax after a hard day exploring the stunning beaches and spectacular coastal scenery for which the area is famous. Bude’s beaches attract surfers from all over the country and when conditions are right you’d be hard pushed to find better surf. When the tide is out, miles of golden sand and hundreds of rocky pools keep visitors occupied for hours. The SW coast path and many other rights of way winding over the cliff tops and through lush green fields looking out over the sea are a haven for walkers and lovers of the open countryside while a good shopping centre and a selection of pubs, clubs and restaurants take care of the inner person. Bude canal, a registered nature reserve passes through the town and rowing a boat through its calm waters or walking the towpath among the beautiful (and friendly) water fowl that live among the reeds is a great way to spend an hour or two. Within the town there are also 2 golf courses, an indoor swimming pool, bowling alley and leisure centre. A perfect location for all that North Cornwall has to offer