The rooms are large, comfortable and traditionally furnished. Each has its own individual character and a sofa or chairs where you can relax and enjoy the view.
The farmhouse offers all the advantages of self-catering combined with traditional hospitality. Breakfast is cooked in a separate kitchen and served each morning at the big farmhouse table in your kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with hob, oven, microwave and everything you need. The sitting room is a room with a view, traditional polished wooden floorboards, log burner and original shutters at the window. It is comfortably furnished and has TV with Netflix. Only the hallway and landing are shared. Relax all day in the garden, or wander down to the coastal path and beach. You are entirely free to stay at home here and come and go as you please.
This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a haven for birds and wildlife. A few minutes walk from the house takes you out to a hillside overlooking the SWCoastal Footpath and Looe Island. From here you can walk down to the secluded beach known as Portnadler Bay or across the headland to Hore Point. On a clear day you can just make out the Eddystone Lighthouse on the horizon. It takes about 45mins to walk to Looe along the coast. In the other direction the footpath takes you to Talland Bay, Polperro and beyond. There’s a small licensed café at Talland Bay, where you can sit outside and enjoy panoramic views across the bay. (This is just down the lane from the farmhouse if you prefer to drive or take the slightly shorter inland route).
The garden here is terraced and steep in places and the paths and steps very old, rustic and uneven. Please take care at all times and be aware that your use of the garden is at your own risk. Beyond Hendersick garden and fields, the National Trust farmland along this coastline is “open access” so there is a wide area of countryside here that you are free to roam and explore.
Hendersick Farmhouse, Portlooe, Looe PL13 2HZ
Tel. 01503263207 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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