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B and Bs in Boscastle

The Old Parsonage
Forrabury
Boscastle
Cornwall

PL35 0DJ | View map
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This beautiful Georgian house is situated in peaceful surroundings on the edge of the picturesque village of Boscastle, with flower strewn ancient farming 'stitches' and the spectacular south west coast path literally on the doorstep. Boscastle harbour is a short walk away.
The house has recently been renovated to the highest standards and offers well proportioned and spacious rooms with period features. The rooms have been individually furnished in an eclectic style that blends the antique and the contemporary with pieces of original art to give an uncluttered and harmonious feel. The accompanying ensuite bathrooms are luxurious. Features of the rooms include: super-king size beds, egyptian cotton linen and towels, comfortable armchairs, flat-screen tv and dvd, Wi-Fi, luxury toiletries from St Kitts Herbery and hospitality tray with a selection of teas, ground coffee, fresh milk and home-made biscuits. Guests also have use of the elegant dining/sitting room, conservatory and garden, and may come and go as they wish during the day.

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