Set in 100 acres of pasture, orchards and gardens for you to unwind in, you will find Stribley’s Barn at Cusgarne Farm, with its lime washed walls, slate and wooden floors, underfloor heating and wood burner, a tranquil countryside retreat.
Facing west, and one of three barns set around a courtyard, Coombe Barn has an airy upper floor with an open plan kitchen/living room/dining room while the ground floor has two spacious en suite bedrooms, opening out on to the courtyard.
If further accommodation is required, we also have Coombe Barn (2 bedrooms, sleeping up to 6), Pit Paddy Barn (2 bedrooms, sleeping up to 4) and the 'Green House' (1 bedroom and sleeping up 3). (please see separate listings)
From the courtyard is a wild orchard with fire pit and tables, perfect for lazy lunches and sunbathing, the only thing that might disturb you is a wandering chicken or two.
Cusgarne is a working organic farm, rearing pasture fed organic Angus cattle, chickens, bee hives, apple and soft fruit orchards, vegetables and acres of grazing. There is a little farm shop on site, stocking all our produce, along with local artisan foods, wines, wholefoods and a little general store, along with an organic coffee shop. *Bird watching - 30 years organic has created a haven for over 90 species of birds, which we welcome our guests to watch.
Described by the Telegraph as the hidden gem of Cornwall, Cusgarne is beautiful little rural hamlet with small winding lanes, far from the madding summer crowds. Equidistant between the north and south coasts, Cusgarne is a fantastic spot for enjoying all that Cornwall has to offer. Fabulous restaurants on both coasts are within easy reach and for the more adventurous, you can book sailing, kitesurfing and windsurfing lessons on the south coast and surfing lessons / coasteering on the north, while less than a mile away is the coast to coast cycle trail which runs from Devoran to Portreath / Porthtowan.
*Environmental note on the barns - Powered by 100% renewable energy sources and meticulously restored over the past 5 years using the finest natural building materials, the thick cob and stone walls keep the barn cool in the summer, while the eco-insulation and biomas powered underfloor heating ensures a cosy winter.
Porthtowan - 6.6 miles (beach, surfing, coast path, beach bar)
St Agnes - 8.9 miles (beach, surfing, restaurants, cliff path)
Mylor Harbour - 7.6 miles (sailing, wine bar)
Falmouth - 7.9 miles (beaches, town, shopping, museums, cinema)
A30 (Scorrier) - 3.3 miles
Truro (main line railway station) 5.6 miles
Cornwall Airport Newquay - 21.5 miles
*Allergies - if you have allergies to specific building materials, please contact us for a full list of products used.Get the full listing »