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Rame Barton
Rame
Cawsand
Cornwall

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The traditional exterior of Rame Barton belies an elegant, stylish, comfortable environment within. Set in 2 acres of stunning Cornish countryside and in walking distance from the most breathtaking coastline in the UK. Close to the twin unspoilt fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsand with many small beaches and traditional local pubs to one side and the spectaculer sandy beaches of Whitsand Bay to the other. If attending a wedding locally in the much sought after venue of Polhawn fort, Rame Barton is only minutes away -the centre of all activity, yet quiet and relaxing, with plenty of parking ( a real treat in the area) If you wish to return home with a hand thown masterpiece, have a go in the purpose built pottery next to the house and overlooked by the 16th century rame church, Designated an area of outstanding beauty the Rame Peninsula offers so much for your holiday, and Rame Barton is the premier place to enjoy all that is on offer, stay either as a bed and breakfast guest or a self sufficient guest in a self catering apartment. If walking is your thing, there are plenty of opportunities as well as many beaches, stately homes, surfing, golf, ancient churches waiting to be discovered by you. Go on, book.You know you want to !

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