Orchard Lodge is a large, white-painted detached house in the upper part of historic Boscastle. It’s arranged over two levels, boasting a spacious lounge with 50 inch wide-screen smart tv and wood burner – for those chillier winter days; a snug sitting room to hide away in; a conservatory to store your bikes and outdoor gear; and a fully-fitted modern kitchen with five-burner gas hob, double oven, fridge-freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. The house sleeps up to 10 in five stylish en-suite bedrooms, all with their own tv. Outside, there’s parking for up to five cars, a large patio with seating for ten, barbecue and gardens for the kids to run around in.
Take a look at the bedrooms…
Bossiney: The largest bedroom with double aspect windows to the front and rear of the house, boasting a brass bedstead.
Pentargon: Plenty of space for clothes in the large built-in wardrobe. Generous size en-suite with powerful shower.
Tregardock: Our quietest room with views to the back of the house and countryside. Standard double bed.
Twins (can be double on request):
Beeny: Two comfy divan beds and views to the front of the house. Large walk-in shower cubicle
Meachard: Divans similar to Beeny and a very spacious built-in wardrobe.