Our four cosy, ETC 4 star, well-appointed cottages are set around a peaceful rural courtyard, lovingly converted from 19th century mill buildings, overlooking open picturesque Cornish countryside.
Heron, Well, Leat and Lower Mill Cottages all offer comfort and charm, some with conservatories and woodburners, the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Hawksland Mill is situated down a quiet country lane, 3 miles from Wadebridge with good shopping facilities, 5 miles from Padstow, within easy reach of the popular Camel Trail, the Eden Project and the spectacular north coast with sandy beaches and magnificent coastal walks.
The location provides an ideal base for exploring the many attractions of Cornwall. Credit/debit cards welcome/Ample parking/Open all year.
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Rural Views in Cornish countryside from relaxing conservatories.
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Look at our Coast!
Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Available for hire.
Pets Allowed: No.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Electric
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: No. Private Gardens with furniture
Local Services: Supermarket 3 miles
From the M5 at Exeter, take the A30 bypassing Okehampton and Launceston. Ignore the signs for the A395 to North Cornwall, Wadebridge and Camelford and continue on the A30 until the exit at Bodmin. Drive through Bodmin following the signs for Wadebridge (A389).
By pass Wadebridge following the signs for Padstow/Truro/Newquay. After crossing the River Camel, continue for three miles (passing the Royal Cornwall Showground on the left) and turn right on the A389 to Padstow.
Pass the garage and take the first left hand turning signposted to Hawksland. Follow the lane round two sharp bends and Hawksland Mill will be found on the right clearly indicated by a large name board. Go through the gateway, turn sharp left and park facing the low wall and the trees.