The Linhay at St Tudy
About the Linhay
The Linhay is set in an oak tree clad valley half a mile from the centre of the award winning village of St Tudy near the North Cornwall coast and the wild beauty of Bodmin Moor. It is ideally placed for those interested in walking, cycling, natural history, gardens and those who seek peace and tranquility!
The Linhay was a derelict open fronted cattle shed on the edge of an acre plot surrounding the Oaks Barn - a former Duchy field barn, originally part of the farm of Tinten manor which is reputed to be the birthplace of Captain William Bligh of the Bounty. The Barn is now the owners home. In the Linhay, much has been made of the original vertical slate slabs and granite pillars. The door, windows and floor to the living room are made of English oak and the self-catering accommodation is spacious and well equipped for two.
The Linhay is centrally heated with a large open plan living room and a log fire to keep you warm on those occasional chilly evenings. There is a colour T.V. (with Freeview), DVD player, Bluetooth speaker and WiFi. A collection of reference books, local maps and tourist information on Cornwall are there for guests to enjoy. The fully equipped kitchen has an electric cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, automatic washing machine and dishwasher. From the main window there is a spectacular view of the garden with a large pond and stream that encourages much wildlife. There is an en-suite shower room with a digitally controlled shower, WC and hand basin along with a heated towel rail. The bedroom has a King-size bed, storage space, radiator and views over the garden. The garden also contains a parking space for guests of the Linhay.
Fully equipped kitchen with electric cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge freezer and a few essentials (tea/coffee etc). Local shop, pub and post office are a short walk away.
All freeview channels available along with some select DVDs!
Full use of the Linhay garden, decking overlooking the pond and BBQ (please request). Private parking for one car at the back of The Oaks Barn.
Bed linen and towels provided (please bring your own beach towels). Washing machine also provided.
Full use of broadband in the Linhay and in some parts of the garden.
Central Heating and Electricity
The Linhay is centrally heated and logs are available for the open fire on chilly nights!
See & Do
The Eden Project
There are many beautiful houses to visit in Cornwall, both Lanhydrock House, a National Trust property near Bodmin, and the privately owned Pencarrow are within easy reach. Gardeners will enjoy the wonderful variety of public gardens open most of the year, for example, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trewithen, Glendurgan, Trevarno and Pencarrow at Washaway are all fantastic sites. Walkers can enjoy the wonderful views from the Camel Trail (the start at Pooley’s Bridge is just a couple of miles away, ending in the seaside town of Padstow). St Tudy itself has its own illustrated booklet of Seven Circular Walks if you're only looking to stretch your legs!
The breathtaking North Cornwall Coast with its golden beaches, magnificent surfing and stunning scenery is also only a few miles away whilst the wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor is also close at hand. A few other amazing locations are described in the images above.
There are many beautiful houses to visit nearby such as Lanhydrock House, a National Trust property near Bodmin, and the privately owned Pencarrow. Gardeners will enjoy the wonderful variety of public gardens open most of the year, for example the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trewithen, Glendurgan and Trevarno are near at hand. Keen walkers can enjoy the wonderful views from the Camel Trail (the start at Pooley’s Bridge is just a couple of miles away, ending in the seaside town of Padstow). For shorter strolls nearby, St Tudy has its own illustrated booklet of Seven Circular Walks. The breathtaking North Cornwall Coast with its golden beaches, magnificent surfing and stunning scenery is only a few miles away whilst the wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor is also close at hand. A few other fantastic Cornish attractions are presented in the pictures above.
All prices here are fixed:
High Season (April to October) £525 per week (but if the calendar is still showing availability nearer to your required dates then please do enquire, as we may be able to accommodate shorter breaks).
Low Season (November to March) £400 per week or £70 per night (minimum stay of 3 nights).
Upon requesting a reservation from us, a booking confirmation email will be sent out to you containing all terms and conditions, payment details and directions to the The Linhay, St Tudy.
A 25% deposit is required before any booking is formalised with the remaining balance required four weeks prior to arrival at the Linhay.
Upon arrival guests may check in from 3.00pm.
On departure day guests must check out by 11.00am and return all keys.
If cancelling 4 weeks prior to arrival then the deposit shall be forfeited unless we are able to re-let the Linhay, whereupon the deposit will be refunded less a cancellation fee of £25.
If the cancellation is within 4 weeks of the date of arrival the whole of the rental shall be forfeited, unless we are able to re-let the Linhay, whereupon the rental will be re-funded less a cancellation fee of £25.
Please use this page to check the availability of the Linhay and include the dates you would like to book on our contact page below (change over day is Friday).
Use the contact form below to request a booking. Remember to include the dates of your booking, any special requirements you may need and any other questions you have. Thank you!
Karam & Matthew Pentland
The Oaks Barn
PL30 3PU (PL30 3PX for Sat Navs)
Tel: 01208 850 323