High View – Cornwall
Location and surrounding area
The pretty town of Bude is approximately 2 miles from High View, it has a good range of facilities with a choice of shops, restaurants and sports activities. The area has a laid back charm and the nightlife is quiet and relaxed. There are many independently owned shops and restaurants for you to explore, with family-run businesses creating a strong ethos in the town. There is something for everyone including a diverse range of indoor and outdoor activities – from sports centres, soft play areas and stately homes to fishing, cycling, golf, surfing and other water sports.
There are many beautiful sandy beaches to choose from with surfing hotspots, vintage style beach huts and dog-friendly choices. There are also spectacular views and unique natural attractions to be found. The Bude sea pool is cut into the rock at Summerleaze Beach providing a more relaxed dip or child-friendly swim when the sea is rougher.
If you enjoy a short stroll to a stunning picnic spot, access to the South West Coastal Path offers some excellent walking routes. Bude has some unique rock formations which can provide something of a spectacle while exploring the area – take a Geological tour or simply find Bude’s unique rock formations for yourself.
High View is a two-storey house located in a quiet rural area on the North Coast of Cornwall and Devon border. Sitting in an elevated position the house offers lovely coastal and country views.
A stone path leads you through the pretty garden, which is mostly lawn and is planted with mature borders and fruit trees.
The front door leads you into the entrance hall, the sitting room is located to the left of the entrance hall. This is a bright and spacious room with a glass sliding door to the garden. This room has a wood burning stove, a TV and DVD player. The ground floor throughout the house has underfloor heating.
To the right of the entrance hall is the stunning open plan kitchen, living and dining room, this is the central hub of this amazing house. The large kitchen is fully fitted with an extensive range of wall and floor cupboards and a large central island unit. This room has slate flooring and a slate fireplace surround with an inset wood burning stove. The bay window to the front and windows to the side and rear offer views over the gardens with a glass sliding door leading out to the patio area so you can enjoy alfresco dining in the warmer months.
Just off the open plan kitchen you will find a utility room with a washing machine, tumble dryer and a cloakroom with a toilet and hand basin.
There is also a pantry off the open plan kitchen which host a tall fridge/freezer.
From the hall, the staircase leads upstairs to a bright first-floor landing leading to a master bedroom and a further double bedroom plus a twin bedroom. All three bedrooms are ensuite and the house can sleep a maximum of six people. All bedrooms have lovely views over the gardens, countryside and of the coastline.
All towels and bed linen are supplied for your holiday. The Trust does not supply beach towels, so please remember to take them with you on your holiday. Please do not remove towels from the property.
Dog owners are welcome to bring one well-mannered, well-behaved dog to this holiday home. Your dog must remain downstairs in the kitchen/diner and the utility room. Your dog is not permitted in the main sitting room or anywhere upstairs. You must clean up after your dog, inside the house and outside in the garden too. Please be respectful to the next member staying in the house, who of course, may not be a dog-lover like you.