The Wolery has been flawlessly transformed into unique single storey detached self-catering accommodation of the highest standard, where you can enjoy a holiday or short stay close to the north Cornish coast. This exceptional hideaway boasts a wealth of design features, including under floor heating, throughout the open plan living area (which lends itself to socialising with friends and family at any time of the year) and the two boutique bedrooms with en suites.
You’re welcomed directly into the cleverly laid out sitting area with table and four chairs where you can enjoy meals prepared in the kitchen, tucked away behind stylish bespoke doors. Equally superbly furnished and equipped to ensure a good nights’ sleep, the bedrooms lie to either side of the living area; one with luxurious bathroom and the other with a chic shower room.
Named after a place where people did weaving, The Wolery is near the village of St Kew with a long drive leading directly off the St Kew Highway into an oasis of calm, where there’s space for two cars to park. A path of typical Cornish slate chips leads through landscaped grounds to the sunny terrace, where you can relax between visits to the bustling coastal towns of Padstow, Port Isaac and Rock.
Set within the verdant rolling fields of the beautiful North Cornish countryside, in the village of St Kew, The Wolery is an exceptional hideaway from which to explore the nearby beaches, seas and coastline of this popular corner of Cornwall.
Just ¼ mile from the Atlantic Highway (A39) and five miles from the sea at Port Isaac and eight miles from Polzeath and Rock. You’re also within easy reach of the town of Padstow with it’s bustling harbour and famous restaurants; Newquay and Watergate Bay.
The nearby village of St Teath (pronounced ‘breath’) has a population of around 800 with facilities including a Methodist Church and Parish Church, local butcher, post-office and store, village pub and it’s very own Carnival each July.
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