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Barn Conversion, Helford, Cornwall

Mowhay Barn

In quiet countryside by Frenchman's Creek and near Helford village

Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms (+ cot) Friday arrival Sorry no dogs
The Retreat

An award-winning contemporary barn conversion that has been created for inspiring holidays with family or friends. The retreat sleeps six in comfort and has spacious kitchen and living spaces. Outside is a small sunny garden, and a covered area with table-tennis. You’ll be close to Frenchman’s Creek and numerous beaches.

Mowhay Barn is a stunning reverse-level contemporary barn conversion that has been created with inspiring holidays for families and friends in mind. Hundreds of years of history has been lovingly folded together with up-to-the minute contemporary features to create a living space that simply makes you feel good, from the moment you step in. And outside you can choose between relaxing in your own sunny garden, wandering through into the sculpture garden of next-door Kestle Barton art gallery, beyond to the meadows and orchards, or a little further down footpaths to beautiful Helford village or romantic Frenchman’s Creek. You are also close to the famous Helford River, its woods and creeks, and the beaches of the Lizard Peninsula and Falmouth Bay.Mowhay Barn is a part of the ancient farmstead of Kestle Barton, the whole of which has been lovingly restored. Here you will also find the Kestle Barton gallery, with its changing displays, workshops and imaginative sculpture garden. As well as Mowhay, there is also the original farm house and two further barns sleeping two, and eight — making this a great place to book separate accommodation with friends and family. You’ll find the Kestle Barton Farmhouse and the barns Avallen and Howthere on our website too…

The superb architectural quality or Kestle Barton has been acknowledged with several awards including the Conservation Category in the RIBA South West Town and Country Design Awards 2011, and the Green Apple Award 2011 for The Built Environment and Architectural Heritage.

Dining area at Mowhay Barn Conversion Kestle Barton Helford

Inside Mowhay Barn

Inside you find a large open-plan kitchen and dining area, opening high to a beamed ceiling. It is generously equipped with the things you’d expect like electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble-drier, dishwasher… but also original artworks by some of Cornwall’s best contemporary artists.

Opposite, and on the same level is the stunning living room, with generous sofas, high roof-beams, polished lime-plaster rendering, beautiful wide-planked oak flooring, and contemporary wood-burner.

Bravely contrasting with the heritage feel of this barn, the unashamedly modern staircase takes you downstairs…

… where you will find two double rooms, and a twin. Both doubles have very comfortable superking-sized beds, and one has a to-die-for en suite bathroom with double-ended bath and stroll-in shower. A generous family bathroom complete the accommodation. The downstairs walls tell the history of this building — with hints of an ancient granite doorway here, new heritage plasterwork there… and everywhere a lovely sense of style and space.

Double bed inside Mowhay Barn at Kestle Barton near Helford

The garden and gallery

Open the wooden gates from the car-parking area and step into your own large open storage barn. It’s great for bikes, surfboards and general holiday paraphernalia… and comes complete with a table-tennis table for extra fun when you run out of everything else to do.

Beyond this is your pretty garden. It gets the sun all afternoon, and has elegant furniture for al-fresco dining and stylish Adirondack relaxing garden chairs. Beyond is the sculpture garden of the Kestle Barton gallery (pictured below). During times the gallery is open you will also find your hosts here, so you can always find someone if you need them. You can also get good coffee and often nice baked things. Beyond that is a  wildflower meadow and orchard — also all here for you to enjoy.

Many of the artists showcased by Kestle Barton gallery have international reputations, and exhibitions change regularly throughout the summer.

Things we love…

We love the stunning combination of heritage architecture and contemporary design. Upside-down living in Mowhay Barn is great fun, and the upstairs makes a superb space for families and friends; big enough to find a quiet corner, but all connected together so a good space for socialising too.

The setting of Kestle Barton is unique. You are staying not only in a beautiful barn conversion, but also in the heart of an ancient farmstead that is now both a haven for escape, and a highly reputed centre for the arts. In turn. Kestle Barton is connected to the world by footpaths that lead to woodland and village, creek and pub.

Alastair Sawday has visited and inspected Mowhay Barn and he loves it too!

Just perfect
We are so lucky to have spent another summer here at KB. As always, we wish we could stay longer but reality calls. We will miss our Helford village walks, our evenings on various beaches, harbour visits and lots of yummy food. Thank you as always to the KB team who have made our stay just perfect, from beautifully made beds, all the way to lovely flowers on the table. Thank you! Same again next year? We think so, ha!
The Edge clan — August 2023
Features

Retreat Features

  • Large private garden
  • Private parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Award-winning barn conversion
  • Contemporary woodburner and underfloor heating
  • Just a woodland walk from Helford Village
SLEEPING
Principal bedroom: super king bed (can be made into twin beds upon request)
Bedroom two: super king bed (can be made into twin beds upon request)
Bedroom three: twin beds (75cm x 190cm beds)
All bed linen and bath towels provided
COOKING & DINING
Well equipped kitchen
Large dining area
Electric hob and oven
Dishwasher
Microwave
LIVING & RELAXING
Two large stylish sofas
TV/DVDs, and books
Football table
Free WiFi
BATHROOMS
Family bathroom with generous shower & bath
En-suite in principle bedroom
Bathroom towels provided
OUTDOORS
Big utility barn for storing bikes etc
Table-tennis table
Private garden
Barbecue area
Garden dining furniture
Adirondack garden chairs
Shared wildflower meadow & orchard
Art galley next door
Footpath to Frenchman’s Creek in 5 mins
Footpath to Helford Village in 10-15 mins
PARKING
Private parking for three cars
BABIES & TODDLERS
Travel cot (no linen) and highchair on request
Stair gates and non-slip bathmats
PETS
Sorry, no dogs
UTILITIES
Washing machine
Tumble drier
HEATING
Underfloor heating throughout
Contemporary wood-burner in lounge
ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES
Friday standard changeover
Check in after 5pm
Check out before 10am
ACCESSIBILITY
Internal steps with handrail
Stairs to second floor
Access to bedroom on groundfloor
Access to bedroom via stairs
Not suitable for wheelchairs
Please contact us for more accessibility information
Location

THE HELFORD

In the heart of a breathtaking Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and by the banks of Frenchman’s Creek on the Helford river, lies this hidden gem. Kestle Barton is an award-winning, beautifully restored Cornish farmstead, offering  contemporary eco-friendly barn conversions. It nestles between farmland and trees, with the dramatic river nearby. Footpaths lead to local pubs and villages — and beaches, more fishing villages and the spectacular Lizard Peninsula are just a short drive away.

Travel times

  • Mowhay Barn is about 17 miles from the nearest mainline station at Camborne. Regular and convenient services run from all over the UK.
  • A short stroll from Frenchman’s Creek, Mowhay Barn is situated near the picturesque village of Helford, just 25 minutes away from the market town of Helston. Driving time from London is five and a half hours in normal traffic while Exeter is around two and a half hours away. We’ll send you detailed route information before your departure.

Things we love

  • An utterly idyllic, secluded location - perfect for relaxing
  • The ideal retreat from which to explore the hidden beaches and villages of The Helford
  • Amazing farm shops, pubs and restaurants within a five mile radius
  • Easily spend a day discovering Falmouth or The Lizard

The helford river guide

Aerial view of the Helford River close to dog friendly holiday cottage called Little Wood On The Helford

Helford Village

The picturesque Helford Village with its riverside cottages, thatched roofs and stunning views is a true countryside village, with a village shop, cafe, and a great pub… be sure to take the time to visit all three. The village shop is brilliantly stocked with fresh bread, homemade cakes and local farm produce as well as all the basics, whilst the Holy Mackerel Cafe, housed in an old church, serves delightful food and show-stopping hot chocolates, complete with toasted marshmallows. Spend an evening at The Shipwrights Arms in Helford, sit out on the waterside decking as night falls and sample Cornish spirits, local ales and an excellent choice of wines too.

Helford Village may be small but what it lacks in size it certainly makes up for in quality. In addition to the local eateries, Helford Village has a certain charm that can only be found in small, rural villages. Sit on the quayside with a crabbing line, watch the sailing club race on the river or explore the river and nearby creeks on foot. On a sunny day, the river’s waters are crystal-clear but equally captivating on a grey, dull day.

On the water

The sheltered waters of the Helford River are a haven for those seeking watersports from our holiday cottages — and when the wind picks up, they’re also a favourite with those who are after a little more adrenaline, particularly sailing. There are several sailing clubs in the area, with Helford River Sailing Club in the heart of the village offering holiday membership if you really want to get in on the action.

From sailing boats to kayaks, whether you want an afternoon of fishing, exploring or paddling, the guys at Sailaway St Anthony can sort it out for you and can drop kayaks, motorboats and canoes for you in Helford Village. If you’re after a spot of fishing, you can expect pollack, wrasse, ray or even gilthead bream, and there’s plenty of shore fishing that’s accessible via the coastal footpath from Helford Village.

Creekside walks and garden exploring

The banks of the Helford River are delightfully sheltered, allowing flora and fauna to thrive along the coast paths. From woodland carpeted with bluebells and fields bursting with the yellow of daffodils in spring, to the scent of wildflowers in the heat of the summer sun, there’s always something colourful popping up through the soil in this area of Cornwall. It’s no surprise that these creeks provided inspiration to one of the country’s greatest novelists, Daphne du Maurier, whose popular novel, Frenchman’s Creek, takes its name from the creek just a short stroll from the village.

Of course, if you’re after something a little more rugged then head further around the Lizard Peninsula to the dramatic cliffs of Coverack, Cadgwith and Lizard Point. With grazing ponies on clifftops, crashing waves below and stunning views across the Atlantic, this part of the coastal footpath will blow the cobwebs away.

Beaches

Grebe

From the National Trust carpark at Bosveal, it’s a 5-minute walk down to this sand and shingle river beach flanked by huge pine trees and ancient oaks (the Helford is one of the very few places in the UK where ancient woodland meets the sea). It’s a favourite swimming and paddleboard spot with beautiful views across the river. There aren’t any facilities to speak of, but you can wander along to the tiny hamlet of Durgan next door for ice cream in the little hut — the beach here is at the bottom of the National Trust’s Glendurgan Gardens

Helford Passage

Helford Passage

On the northern banks of the Helford River, this sand and shingle river beach is a picturesque spot for a swim or paddle, with the ever-popular Ferryboat Inn just behind — grab a table on the terrace and watch the boats sail by. There’s a ferry crossing which operates between here and Helford Village on the opposite bank (April to October only) — this is where the South West Coast Path crosses the river on continue its course around the Lizard Peninsula.

Porth Saxon

Right on the South West Coast Path, this little sandy cove is a 10-minute walk down through fields and woodland from the church at Mawnan. It’s off-the-beaten-path location only adds to its appeal — it’s a beautiful, sheltered spot, a favourite place for ramblers and dog walkers. As the tide recedes, a stretch of sand is revealed and there’s a small stream and a boathouse set back from the shore.

Bosahan Cove

There’s a string of pretty coves and idyllic swimming spots along the southern banks of the Helford, too. Park in Helford Village and take the South West Coast Path east and you’ll come across several pretty swimming spots within a half hour walk. A favourite is the secluded Bosahan Cove, a sand and shingle beach backed by tall pines and with wonderful rocks to clamber on. Even on a beautiful day, chances are you’ll have the whole cove to yourself.

Food & drink

Pubs and inns

The ultimate summer dining spot, the 300-year old Ferryboat Inn is right on the coastal path. Their ‘farm to table’ policy means everything is as fresh as can be, with things like mackerel tacos, seafood linguine, and an unbeatable fish and chips on the menu. Grab a table out front and watch boats sail lazily past. Over the water, The Shipwrights Arms in Helford village is a pub for all seasons. The daily changing menu features the likes of Kynance crab, lobster, monkfish and mackerel, hauled onto the pub’s own slipway outside. Check out the pizza evenings in summer. On the southern slopes of Constantine, the family-run Trengilly Wartha sits in six acres of beautiful gardens. The menu features plenty of fusion cooking as well as seafood dishes and all the pub classics. This is wonderful walking country so muddy boots and wet dogs are welcome.

Cafes

Colourful, wholesome, feel-good vegetarian food, much of which comes from the extensive veg gardens, is served in the beautiful converted greenhouses at the dog friendly Potager Garden Cafe. Outside, paths wind amongst the sprawling kitchen gardens, there are hammocks amongst the trees, chickens roaming about and flower gardens to explore. At the head of the Helford you’ll find the lovely Boatyard Cafe in Gweek open daily serving light lunches, such as flatbreads, bagels and chunky sandwiches, as well as craft beer and wine, coffee and cake. The courtyard garden, right on the water, is a little suntrap. The stylish cedar-clad Slice of Cornwall has become a bit of a local favourite, popular for its brunch, waffles and amazing cakes — dishes are fresh and packed with flavour. It’s a happy little place, with lovely staff, local textiles and pottery for sale on the shelves, and a terrace when the weather’s fine.

Buying local on the Helford

The Helford area is made up of lots of little country and creekside villages, each one with a strong and fiercely independent community spirit. In the villages of Mawnan Smith, Constantine, Gweek and Mawgan, the village shops support local producers and you’ll find fresh fish and meat, local milk (many have refill stations), and fruit and veg from the surrounding farms.

Find out more about buying local produce with our handy Local Food Guide to the Helford 

 

Things to do
Aquilegia At Glendurgan

Explore sub-tropical gardens

Take the ferry across the river to Helford Passage and visit the sub-tropical gardens of Trebah Garden or Glendurgan Gardens, and stroll through the gardens that tumble down to the riverside for a little more exotic horticulture. Come for the carpets of bluebells and primroses in spring; in summer for the cool and tranquil woodland glades, and ice cream on the beach. At Glendurgan you’ll find a second hand bookshop, plants for sale and a 180-year old maze. Trebah is packed with wild and wonderful flora and fauna, including 100-year old rhododendrons, an award-winning cafe, and a playground for children.

Discover creeks by kayak

Soak up the Helford from the water with Koru Kayaking. Although they’re based in St Agnes, they run guided kayak and paddleboarding trips from a private beach near Mawnan Smith. The two-hour trips are a great introduction to the area: paddle past oyster farms and the ancient oak woodlands that line the Helford and down Frenchman’s Creek, made infamous by Daphne du Maurier’s novel of the same name. Fantastic wildlife (sometimes a seal might pop up to say hello), shipwrecks, hidden creeks, and the chance for a dip on sunny days.

The Cornish Seal Sanctuary

Located in the quiet creekside village of Gweek, the Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a great day out. It’s home to otters, sea lions, penguins and of course, seals, and is dedicated to educating people on the struggles of marine life and why conservation for these animals is so important. Visit the penguins at feeding time, become a keeper for a day and see seals on their way to recovery at the seal hospital. You’ll need a few hours to wander around the various pools, and there are nature trails, a team of brilliant, informative staff who hold interesting talks about the sanctuary and its inhabitants throughout the day, and a good cafe serving vegan food.

Guests Say
  • Just perfect

    We are so lucky to have spent another summer here at KB. As always, we wish we could stay longer but reality calls. We will miss our Helford village walks, our evenings on various beaches, harbour visits and lots of yummy food. Thank you as always to the KB team who have made our stay just perfect, from beautifully made beds, all the way to lovely flowers on the table. Thank you! Same again next year? We think so, ha!

    The Edge clan — August 2023
  • A positively delectable stay!

    A positively delectable stay! Thank you so much for this impeccable accommodation. The exhibition next door was insane. We particularly enjoyed hunkering down under the umbrellas of the pub down the path, the Shipwrights Arms. The swings down the footpath were as serene and scary as ever, and the ferry boat across the estuary is ever enjoyable.

    The Laws/Draper family — August 2023
  • We'll be back!

    Thank you Kestle Barton for another lovely stay in this wonderful place, with the best weather we have ever had. We'll be back!

    Sally, Mark & Luke — June 2023
  • Beautiful

    Another wonderful stay at Mowhay! Different here in autumn, but just as beautiful. Had a couple of really magical warm, sunny days. Thank you! We'll surely be back soon.

    The Huntings — October 2022
  • Fabulous week

    Wow — what another fabulous week. Lots of swimming, kayaking, eating drinking and about five miles of walking! Booked again next year. Thank you Mowhay and team.

    Jamie, Claire, Ian, Alison, Michel & Pat — October 2022
  • Brilliant!

    This is our...lost count — about fourth stay in Mowhay. Brilliant! Forever Cornwall is the best holiday agency in the UK. Sam and team are brilliant and very helpful.

    The Madni family — September 2022
  • Perfect

    This is our fifth time at KB but our first stay in Mowhay. It's been perfect. We are so sad to leave (as always), but back again next year. Thank you KB team for an amazing stay. House and gardens always lovely.

    The Edge family – August 2022
  • Fourth visit

    Our fourth visit to Kestle Barton. We've heard owls most nights, hummingbirds, wrens and baby robins. Shipwright's Arms is perfect for lunch or supper. It's a short stroll down the field and through the woods. Or, just sit in the garden and enjoy the silence at Kestle Barton!

    Rose & Simon — August 2022
  • Magical

    Our first time at this beautiful house and we've had a gorgeous time getting all we could from its perfect location. We knew things would be a little magical when, during a game of table tennis on the first night, a bat arced around us and disappeared into a hole beside the kitchen window! The walk through the woods to Helford is cool and relaxing, unless you also take to the rope swings halfway down, which are well up to take an enthusiastic adult. Frenchman's Creek is a tiny walk from the house. The gardens surrounding the house are lovely and visiting the art gallery was something we did a few times during our stay. Great exhibition too, and awesome that it had an audience participation element.

    Teresa, John, Beth, Sam & Izzy — August 2022
  • Wonderful

    Such a wonderful place. Our family greatly enjoyed wandering around the garden and exploring further afield — Helford, St Anthony in Meneage, Gunwalloe beach and Kynance Cove.

    The Huntings – July 2022
  • Lovely

    Another lovely stay, thank you Kestle Barton.

    Sally & Mark — June 2022
  • Never fails to restore us

    Our fifth year at the wonderful Kestle Barton - three in Howthere, one in Kestle Cottage and now in Mowhay. The place never fails to restore us. Always finding new places to visit and new places to swim. Lovely sunny afternoon at the Minack. Will book again next year...

    Claire, Jamie, Ali & Ian — October 2021
  • Wonderful place

    A return to this wonderful place Mowhay Barn, and our beloved Kestle Barton. Many years ago, my wife found Kestle Barton and we have been coming ever since. Great walks to Helford, Nare Point, St Anthony's and Manaccan. Heaven on earth! Well done Forever Cornwall team, we shall return this Christmas.

    Ash & Jo — September 2021
  • Fabulous location

    Such a lovely place in a fabulous location. We've loved every second...but especially the walk down to the Shipwright's Arms most evenings. As well as walking Frenchman's Creek we also did the guided kayak tour with Koru Kayaks which really helped bring the river to life. Also recommend the walk to Kynance Cove from Lizard Point.

    The Payne-Smiths — August 2021
  • Really nice

    Thank you for our stay! We have stayed nearby here before and been able to see the houses and wanted to stay here. The staff here are really nice and helped us a lot. They are always there to answer our questions.

    Eva — June 2021
  • Another lovely stay

    Another lovely stay in Mowhay Barn. Despite the awful year, it's been a joy to be here again. Thank you to all the staff who made our stay possible, especially the cleaners. We'll be back in the Autumn. This barn is very special, as is the wonderful location.

    The James — June 2021
  • Fabulous

    Had a fabulous week staying in Mowhay Barn. The barn is spacious and very comfortable. Lovely walks to Helford and around the headland. The garden at Trebah is a must and a fabulous day out. You can catch the ferry over to Helford Passage and walk up to the garden. The south west coastal path to Cadgwith and Kynance are worth doing with spectacular scenery.

    The Hayes — May 2021
  • Spoilt for choice

    Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Mowhay and appreciated the welcome — flowers, wine and biscuits on arrival. Spoilt for choice of walks nearby. Would love to return one day.

    Ann, Phil, Jacqui & Pat — May 2021
  • Everything you need

    A really lovely place to stay — so quiet. The barn is fantastic, it has everything you need. The garden and wildflower meadow were great, the hedgerows sounded full of bird life just as it should be. The pub was great — good food and watching the boats come and go... what's not to like? The Holy Mackerel cafe is a must as well, the owners were so nice and the food was all homemade and very good. Lots of interesting places to visit, many little coves to see and enjoy. We have had a lovely time here and hope to come again.

    Jo & Keith — June 2019
  • Very relaxing break

    Another great week at Kestle Barton. Very relaxing with the added bonus of fantastic weather. Great walks with the dogs down to Helford, couldn't wish for more. Can't wait to come again.

    The Hurst family - March 2019
  • Loved the area

    We have had a super relaxing week here and loved the area. It was a pleasure to walk in all directions from the barn. This is only our second ever visit to Cornwall and we will certainly be back!

    The Parker family — October 2016
  • Peaceful and memorable

    Our first visit to this area of Cornwall and we have had a wonderful two weeks. What a setting to enjoy. Mowhay Barn is beautiful and we loved it all. The walks around Helford were peaceful and memorable.

    John & Marie — September 2016
  • Beautiful setting!

    Thank you for a lovely wedding weekend in Cornwall! Beautiful setting, lovely walks, pretty gardens, glorious sunshine, comfortable beds, what more could we have asked for.

    Unknown — September 2016
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    Sofia — August 2016
  • Beautiful house

    Thank you so much, we had such a lovely stay in your beautiful house. We know Cornwall well but it was our first visit to this area and won't be our last. We hope to be back before too long.

    Becky, Tom, Frankie & Theo — July 2016
  • A lovely week

    We had a lovely week with our three girls. The seal sanctuary at Gweek was a big hit with all of them. We took the ferry across the river Helford and then walked to Trebah Gardens — great cafe, beautiful gardens, awesome zip wire for the kids. A lovely house — we hope to come back.

    Catherine & Simon — April 2016
  • We keep coming back

    We've had a lovely relaxing week here. This is our third stay in Mowhay and I've lost count of how many times altogether we've stayed at Kestle Barton. We keep coming back for the peaceful area, the countryside, the walks along the creek and these lovely spacious and airy but warm barns.

    Sally & Mike — Jan 2016
  • Wonderful week

    Thank you for a wonderful week at Mowhay Barn! We loved Porthleven, the Seal Sanctuary and fish and chips at Gweek. Lovely walks and lots of fun times.

    Tessa, George & Teddy — October 2015
  • Even better than expected!

    Kestle Barton is even better than expected in every way!

    Nick, Sarah, Richard & Cath — September 2015
  • Wonderful place

    We are four friends from Newton, Massachusetts. Two of us have been to Helston before and have been eager to return. When we opened the door to Mowhay Barn and found this wonderful place we felt like clapping hands and dancing for joy. I was the one who found Kestle Barton on the internet months before and the pictures looked beautiful. Now sadly we have to return home, but we have fulfilled the longing to see Cornwall again and to drink, eat fish and chips and to walk the public footpaths along the Cornish coast.

    Ian, Steve, Rhoda & Barry — September 2015
  • Can't wait to come back!

    Absolutely loved it here, the beaches are absolutely amazing and we all had Church Cove as our favourite _ sand, waves, surfing, cliffs, spa treatment with seaweed! Can't wait to come back!

    Ade — July 2015
  • The most amazing time

    Thank you so much — had the most amazing time, it was so much fun. We love the beaches, especially Church Cove.

    Daisy — July 2015
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    Various guests — February 2015
  • So lovely

    We're here again because it was so lovely before. And our daffodils of spring time have turned to straw. And now we have blue cornflowers on the table, thank you Ryya. We have loved each other's company and we are still in love with Kestle Barton.

    Sylvia — June 2015
  • Perfect

    Thank you so much, it has been a joy, the blue bells and wild garlic and visiting Frenchman's Creek. The gallery and gardens are glorious and the cottage — perfect. We didn't want to leave.

    Ian, Natalie, Glynn & Noah — May 2015
  • Drawing of bearded man in visitor book of Mowhay Barn holiday cottage
  • An amazing time

    An amazing time for the whole family — so much to do, that one week became ten days over Christmas. So relaxing, with walks and fantastic pubs for refreshments along the way. Kestle Barton is our secret, tell no one!

    The Harpips — January 2015
  • Beautiful, peaceful place

    Memories from a great Cornish holiday. What a beautiful, peaceful place this is.

    The Wood family — May 2014
  • Brilliant

    It was completely brilliant!

    Naomi — October 2013
  • Stunning barn
    Watercolour painting of area around Mowhay Barn holiday cottage near Helford

    We were lucky enough to spend a whole week in and around this stunning barn. The roadside banks were a sea of primroses, campions and violets and the woods were completely awash with wild garlic. Our walk around Helford, Manaccan and the Lizard Peninsula have been break-taking - we will definitely return. It was a privilege to stay in this wonderful conversion — thank you.

    Unknown — 2013
  • Amazing

    Our stay was lovely. The facilities are amazing, and the location beautiful.

    Lindsay, Paul, Megan, Caitlan & Wilf — 2013
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