The Old Rectory is a fabulous place to stay. The area is very peaceful and we were lucky with the weather too! We were greeted warmly on arrival and shown to our room (Emma's Room) which was very clean and comfortable and had a lovely view of the garden and beyond. There was a slight problem with the water in the thunder box but we didn't mind in view of the age of it! The ensuite shower was very spacious. The linen and towels provided were fresh and beautifully presented. The bed was comfy too.
There was an assortment of teas and coffees and shortbread biscuits in our room which was a lovely touch.
Downstairs there is a sitting room for guests which although we didn't use it would be fantastic to relax in when not out and about; there were enough games and books galore to keep anybody entertained.
Our hosts had excellent local knowledge (lots of maps and guidebooks available) and Chris suggested we try the pub at Crackington Haven for an evening meal - we had the best steak & chips ever!
Breakfast at The Old Rectory was very tasty indeed, with fresh produce and generous portions.
We had a guided tour around the gardens with Sally who was more than happy to let us wander round at our leisure.
All in all a lovely weekend and we would love to visit again.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking