The Old Rectory was described by John Betjeman as a "handsome Rectory of stone", which is set in just over an acre of garden in the centre of the popular village of St. Tudy.
There is a warm and friendly atmosphere and guests are welcome to use the sitting room at the end of a long day and watch television if they wish to do so.
The Camel Trail, popular for walking and cycling, Bodmin Moor and the rugged North Cornish Coast are all within easy distance. Pencarrow, Lanhydrock House, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are all within easy reach.
The house is conveniently located between the North and South Coasts so ideal for visiting all parts of Cornwall. Lands End can even be visited in a day plus all their local attractions.
The sitting room
The dining room
The twin-bedded room
The double room
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
Pet Facilities: Pets are allowed. Housetrained dogs!
Special Diets Provision: Special diets are not catered for. Unless requested.
Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
The quickest route from the East is via Camelford. A mile from Camelford- Wadebridge take the B3266 to Bodmin and after 5 miles take right turn to ST. Tudy. In centre of village, carry on past the Church and head towards St. Mabyn along Redvale Road. The Old Rectory can be found just after two white/cream semi-detached cottages on the right hand side and opposite two modern houses on the left side of the road.