Valley Breeze, Coxford Meadow, St. Genny’s, Bude, EX23 0NS

Valley Breeze is a delightful 2 bedroom attached bungalow, sleeping 4, enjoying extensive private gardens and views down the valley to the sea at Crackington Haven.

Valley Breeze stands at the head of a valley that offers beautiful views down to the rugged North Cornwall coast; offering well proportioned and comfortable accommodation for up to 4 guests and access to an extensive private garden with a secluded sun trap terrace. Located within easy reach of the beach at Crackington Haven and the Coombe Barton pub and Beach Café, both of which serve lovely home made meals.

  • Sleeps Max: 4

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathrooms

  • Parking Spaces: 2

  • Friday Changeover

  • 1 Dogs Welcome

At A Glance

  • Situated amongst beautiful rolling countryside with lovely sea views

  • Well proportioned bungalow with extensive private gardens

  • Comfortable accommodation for up to 4 guests

  • Ideal for families or 2 couples looking to holiday together

  • Private garden with sun trap terrace and children's play area

  • Private parking for up to 2 cars

  • Located just over a mile from the beach at Crackington Haven

Property Details

Valley Breeze is a delightful 2 bedroom attached bungalow, located in a quiet rural location, and yet within easy reach of the beautiful beach at Crackington Haven. The property comfortably sleeps up to 4 guests, and is ideal for families or couples, and sits within it’s own private gardens with a secluded sun trap patio area.

The property has a large living area with comfortable seating and lovely views through the patio doors down the valley to the sea. An arch way leads to an open plan kitchen/dining area, with a well equipped kitchen area including hob and oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and microwave. The dining area has a large dining table and seating for 4.

There are 2 double bedrooms, currently arranged as one room with a double bed and the second room with 2 ingle beds, offering maximum versatility for guests. There is a large, modern shower room with walk in shower and wash hand basin, and a separate WC with wash hand basin.

The property has a modern oil fired central heating system with radiators keeping the property lovely and warn in the autumn and winter.

One of the most attractive features of Valley Breeze is the beautiful, private gardens, which have extensive lawns, a lovely secluded sun terrace and even an area for children to play in with it’s own swings.

What we like about this property...

We think this is the perfect get away for anyone looking for stunning scenery, close proximity to the South West Coastal Path and the stunning North Cornwall coastline. The local area is steeped in history and smuggling folklore, and Valley Breeze is the perfect base from which to explore all the the area has to offer, from stunning beaches to country pubs, and a wide range of lovely eateries to suit everyone’s taste.

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The Area

What we love about the area...

Crackington Haven is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It was once a small harbour importing coal and limestone and it has managed to escape any development so remains a small unspoiled, secret cove.

When the conditions are right it is a great surfing spot and there is a lifeguard during the summer holiday weeks. In the spring the cliffs are covered in heather and it is a wonderful place to see the wild flowers and hear the birdsong.

The gently sloping beach is perfect for exploring or for relaxing and although pebbly when the tide is high there is plenty of sand for building castles once the tide heads out. Crackington really is a special place, perfect for a family holiday away from the crowds.

For convenience there is a cafe in the village across the road from the beach serving lovely local produce and homemade goodies. The family pub, The Coombe Barton Inn, serves delicious food, and surf boards, wetsuits and beach items can be hired or bought at the beach front.

Local Things to do (as advised by the tourist office):

Take a wooded valley walk inland from the car park and enjoy the breathtaking scenery and wildlife.

Take a walk North to Pencarrow Point and climb up to Cornwall’s highest cliff at 735 feet.

Discover the inspiring parish of St Gennys: churches, ancient farms, historical sites & buildings and tales of shipwrecks.

Observe the famous zig-zag folds and faults in rock formations formed millennia ago, from black shale, sandstone and quartz veins.

As the tide goes out see what you can find while rock pooling.