Mowhay is a fantastic 19th Century Barn conversion, in a beautiful setting of the farmland and woodland of Hele Barton, North Cornwall, near Bude. A fully equipped open-plan living area and two well appointed en-suite bedrooms ensure you will feel comfortable during your stay.
Upstairs, the spacious accommodation reveals the original oak beams and rafters, blending with modern day comforts of a fully equipped kitchen, a beautiful dining area and cosy sofas. With fantastic views from the open plan living space over the Bude Bay and the North Cornwall coastline, Mowhay is a fantastic base for families to explore Cornwall and Devon.
A fully enclosed garden is perfect for relaxing in the summer sun, or enjoying a BBQ in the evening.
The main ensuite bedroom offers a 6′ super king bed that can be split to make two singles if required.. The en-suite features a whirlpool bath.
The second bedroom has a deluxe double bed with en suite shower and access to the garden.
We offer short breaks in Mowhay from October through to March (excluding school holidays) . Please see the calendar for arrival dates.
2 Ensuite Bedrooms
Large Ensuite Bedrooms
Large Open Plan Barn Conversion
Private Garden Area
Fully equipped kitchen
Washing Machine & Tumble Dryer
Separate Fridge & Freezer
Large Flatscreen TV
Charcoal BBQ available
Up to 4 dogs welcome
5 star accomodation
2 Luxurious Ensuite Bedrooms
Bedroom 1 – King sized bed and ensuite shower room with stunning countryside views
Bedroom 2 – Superking/twin withensuite jacuzzi bath and countryside views
“Just returned today from the ‘mowhay ‘ barn with our good friends (another couple) and the doggies! Brilliant accommodation with open eaves and bedrooms on the ground floor making the most of the open plan top floor living area with fantastic views!”
LOUISA A, DECEMBER 2016
“What a wonderful place .We have just come back from a weeks holiday missing the place already.all you can hear are birds singing and farm animals.There are 3 fishing pools and plenty of walks.the owners are very friendly,didn’t want to come home.”