Talland Barton Farmhouse is a beautiful 13th century building set in its own extensive grounds situated within a short walk of the picturesque little cove of Talland Bay.
The 13th century farmhouse which is fully centrally heated, offers excellent bed & breakfast accommodation in spacious en-suite bedrooms. All are equipped with a television with DVD and complimentary refreshment tray. The dining room has separate tables where a generous full English breakfast is served. Various options available on request. The farmhouse has an extensive lawned garden with garden furniture. Small well behaved pets by arrangement.
Talland Bay lies half way between Polperro and Looe. Directly opposite the farmhouse is Talland Church also dating back to the 13th century. The farm is surrounded by 190 acres which include cliff land and beach. The bay is only a short walk down the hill and has rock pools and sandy coves. There are two cafes on the beach one of which does an evening BBQ. Directly from the farm there are superb walks along the coastal footpaths. Fishing from nearby rocks is a very enjoyable pastime, and again is only a short walk away. It is just a short drive to the picturesque fishing villages of Looe and Polperro.
Looe is a very busy resort and offers: Good shopping Excellent choice of restaurants/pubs/tea rooms Fishing - deep sea, shark or just from the quay Good sandy beach Polperro A popular little fishing village, again, busy in high season Good restaurants/pubs Walks along the cliffs
Although Talland Barton is situated in a quiet and enviable location it is only a short drive to the main A387 with easy access to the whole of Cornwall and Devon. Nearby attractions include: Plymouth - has the historic Barbican area, contrasting with the modern city shopping centre and Theatre Royal. National Trust - there are many properties/gardens throughout Cornwall, the nearest and one of the best is 'Lanhydrock House' (approx. 25 mins.) Monkey Sanctuary - 15 mins drive Cornwalls latest major attraction, The Eden Project, is approx. 40 mins Lost Gardens of Heligan - about an hour Fowey/Polruan - 30 mins (via the Bodinnick ferry)
Cornwall is a small but beautiful county and no-where is far. Your hosts are local to Cornwall and will be quite happy to recommend places to visit or that good restaurant or pub for an enjoyable evening out.
Arriving by M5 to Exeter. Take A38 duel carriageway to Plymouth. Cross the Tamar Bridge into Cornwall. Approx 12 miles at roundabout, turn left and follow the signs to Looe. Cross the Looe Bridge and ascend-at the top of the hill, about 1 mile, turn left for Talland Bay. Approx. 1 mile you will see the farmhouse on the right.