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The Countryman Hotel, Camelford, Cornwall, PL32

Offers in excess of £700,000

12 Beds 8 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: TRU230114


  • Sitting Room. Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Breakfast Room
  • Study
  • 6 En-Suite Bedrooms
  • Double Room. Twin Room. 4 Single Rooms
  • Shower Room, Bathroom
  • Staff Flat with 2 Bedrooms. Bathroom
  • Cellar
  • Ample Parking. Front Terrace. Garden Shed. Rear Garden


AN ATTRACTIVE PERIOD HOUSE SUBSTANTIALLY REFURBISHED BY THE CURRENT OWNER. THE PROPERTY IS RUN AS A SUCCESSFUL BED AND BREAKFAST BUSINESS A substantial period residence with stone and brick elevations relieved by sash windows under a pitched and tiled slate roof. The accommodation is well proportioned and enjoys many character features such as high ceilings, bay windows and slate floors to the breakfast room. As well as the 12 letting bedrooms (6 en-suite), which are spread over the first and second floor. There is also a two bedroomed owner flat. The current owners have carried out a substantial schedule of works including replacement of the windows throughout. A completely new central heating system. Most of the consumer units have been replaced. The main roof has been re-slated and eight of the flat roofs have been replaced. THE LOCATION The Countryman Hotel is situated within a very short walking distance of bustling Camelford town centre, offering a wide range of shops, pubs and other restaurants, designed to suit to your everyday needs. Within approximately 5 miles, you can reach the popular north coast. With beaches at Trebarwith Strand and surf destination Polzeath to name but a few. A short distance from the fishing village of Port Isaac, made popular by the ITV drama ''Doc Martin'. Wonderful walks along the rugged coastline of the north coast can be explored on the South West coast path, and enjoy historic sites such as Tintagel Castle just 6.5 miles to the North West. A short drive leads to the foot of Rough Tor, where strange rock formations adorn the top of the hill. Just outside Camelford is Slaughterbridge, one of the traditional sites of King Arthur's last battle. Camelford has been proposed as the site of King Arthur's court of Camelot. OUTSIDE To the front is a patio. There is side access via steps to the rear garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a range of mature trees and specimen shrubs. There is a generous parking area with an in/out driveway.