Bold, modern and utterly on-trend, The Nook is a couples’ refuge with a difference. Set in a private pocket of rugged Cornish countryside, this boutique hideaway merges Scandi design with industrial accents. Completely unique, the bespoke interiors and modern luxuries create a stylish setting for two.
Encircled by undulating hedgerows and rolling hills, take the opportunity to reconnect and unwind among heartmeltingly beautiful surroundings. Embark on dewy morning walks amongst the wild flowers, explore the windswept north coast beaches and return to The Nook hand in hand for a romantic supper beside the wood burner.
Spread across one floor, this elegant hideout includes an open plan kitchen and living area, a spacious master bedroom and a gorgeously decadent bathroom with a freestanding bath. Featuring lofty ceilings, exposed wooden beams and luxurious soft furnishings throughout, The Nook exudes a spacious yet cosy ambience.
Open up the bi-fold doors on balmy summer days and take to the garden for lazy picnics and chilled drinks as clouds drift overhead. And as the sun begins to set, plunge into the open air hot tub and feel your troubles melt away.
Set near a farm in the midst of rural countryside, The Nook is perfectly located for exploring Cornwall’s popular north coast. Equidistant from Polzeath and Rock, spend memorable days surfing, walking and sunbathing at Cornwall’s best beaches before heading to Padstow or Port Isaac for exquisite dining options.
With the St Enodoc Golf Club and Cowshed Spa just a short drive away, there’s an array of tempting day trips nearby.
- Countryside views
- Sunken hot tub
- Crackling log burner
- Accessible ground floor living
- Pretty garden and decking
- Luxurious roll-top bath
Our favourite features
The luxurious Scandi interiors of a boutique 5* hotel, with the added benefit of your own private garden and hot tub, plus plenty of outdoor space to spread out in.
Indulging in a spot of holiday pampering with in-house spa treatments
Dining at No. 6 in nearby Padstow
Exploring the rugged Cornish coast by kayak or paddle boat
More about theGround Floor
Open Plan Kitchen and Living Area
Top-of-the-range appliances meet sleek industrial design in The Nook’s beautiful open plan kitchen. With bold feature tiles, polished concrete worktops and sawn oak fittings, this trendy space is a unique haven to cook and dine. Featuring a Neff induction hob, built-in oven and microwave and a Franke boiling water tap, cooking up a romantic meal for two has never been easier. Prepare a delicious supper as the Sonos sound system fills the space with a playlist of your choice and leave the Neff dishwasher to take care of the washing up.
Come morning, wander through from the bedroom well-rested and sleepy-eyed, to prepare breakfast from the Dualit four berth toaster and Nespresso coffee machine, before taking to the table for two as you watch the world wake up outside. There’s also a cleverly concealed washing machine and tumble dryer.
Please note: guests with pacemakers should avoid using the induction hob as this can interfere with the device.
Embrace the romance of this secluded hideaway and cosy up in the open plan lounge overlooking the garden. Tastefully designed in inky blues and rustic woods, this space is graced by a crackling Hwam wood burner for toasty evenings in. A Scandi inspired coffee table, striking suede chair and soft Aztec rug transform the lounge into a veritable den for rest and relaxation.
Peel back the cleverly designed chevron panelling to reveal a Samsung Smart TV and hunker down on the inviting velvet sofa to enjoy your favourite films. On sunny days, open the bi-fold doors and flood the space with light. As dusk falls, head straight outside for an evening dip in the hot tub.
Wrapped up in deep navy and neutral tones, the master bedroom is a real lovers’ retreat. Eye-catching chevron panelling, statement artwork and atmospheric lighting create a homely and relaxing space. The comfortable king-size bed is perfectly positioned for settling down in front of the Samsung Smart TV for morning entertainment. Or, lift the stylish slatted blinds and peek outside for luscious garden views.
A large feature mirror and pair of rustic oak side tables make this room bright and balanced, while a spacious built-in wardrobe keeps weekend essentials subtly tucked away.
Calm and understated in clean white and mottled grey, this stunning bathroom is located at the far end of The Nook, enjoying a spacious layout and mesmerising design. The free-standing granite sink, enormous circle mirror and ethnic inspired rug give the space a fresh, cool look, while a lofty ceiling and Velux skylight flood the space with natural light.
Retreat after long countryside walks to a blissful soak in the roll top bath large enough for two, or step into the walk-in shower with waterfall head, surrounded by an intricately tiled feature wall.
More about the Exterior
Garden and Hot Tub
With a pretty grass lawn for a dreamy couples’ picnic in the sunshine, a charcoal barbeque perfect for al fresco dining, as well as a gently bubbling hot tub*, you’ll have no trouble settling into your beautiful countryside surroundings.
*Please note: the hot tub is emptied and cleaned out after every booking. Occasionally this may result in the hot tub not being up to maximum temperature on the first night of your arrival. The hot tub may also require a mid-stay service or maintenance check.
Finished in muted willow edging, the parking area provides enough space for one car at The Nook. Please note, the driveway down to The Nook is shared with the main cottage on site.
Need to Know
Fridays and Mondays for peak periods, flexibility at other times and for short breaks
Arrival and departure
Arrival from 4:30pm, departure by 10am
Please note that to manage the risks associated with COVID-19, there’ll be some adjustments to our normal service. Guests will be notified of specific changes ahead of their stay, including additional safety measures and consequently, any necessary changes to arrival and departure times. Some properties are currently operating a 6pm check-in time.
High quality bed linen supplied and changed weekly
Each guest has one hand towel, one bath sheet and one leisure towel
Yes. Two small dogs or one medium/large dog. £50 per week for the first dog, then £25 per week for the second dog. Read this property’s dog rules here.
Refundable security deposit
There are steps around the internal and external areas of the property.
Guests with pacemakers should avoid using the induction hob as this can interfere with the device.
The hot tub is emptied and cleaned out after every booking. Occasionally this may result in the hot tub not being up to maximum temperature on the first night of your arrival. The hot tub may also require a mid-stay service or maintenance check.
If you’d like to check any specific information that may not have been covered in our descriptions, please call us to speak to our Property Advisors.
- Inclusive concierge service
- Welcome hamper to include local produce
- One travel cot and one highchair
- Logs for the wood burner
- St Kitts hand wash
- Underfloor heating throughout the property
- Cost of utilities
- Parking for one car
- Charcoal barbeque
- Hot tub
- Wood burner
- Smart TV
- Sky Q
- Nespresso coffee machine
- Outdoor shower
Changeover day not right for you? Call 01208 895570 as outside of peak times, we can sometimes offer some flexibility.
Changeover day not right for you? Call 01208 895570 as outside of peak times, we can sometimes offer some flexibility.
Please click on your preferred arrival and departure dates on the calendar to get started.
A full price list can be seen below.
Short breaks are not available for your dates.
Please extend your dates, check the price list below to see seasonal periods where short breaks are available or contact us for assistance.
This property has a Friday changeover day.
Short breaks can also be booked online for dates within the Friday-Friday window.
Please adjust your dates or contact us for assistance.
- Booking Start Date
Seasonal week and short break pricing
|Date||7 Nights||3 Nights||4 Nights||5 Nights|
|16 Apr - 27 May 2021||£1610||£1210||£1310||£1410|
|28 May - 03 Jun 2021||£2060||£1660||£1760||£1860|
|04 Jun - 24 Jun 2021||£1900||£1500||£1600||£1700|
|25 Jun - 01 Jul 2021||£2060||£1660||£1760||£1860|
|02 Jul - 26 Aug 2021||£2310||£1910||£2010||£2110|
|27 Aug - 16 Sep 2021||£1900||£1500||£1600||£1700|
|17 Sep - 14 Oct 2021||£1310||£1110||£1160||£1210|
|15 Oct - 28 Oct 2021||£1610||£1210||£1310||£1410|
|29 Oct - 19 Dec 2021||£1110||£960||£1010||£1060|
|20 Dec - 26 Dec 2021||£2060||-||-||£1860|
|27 Dec - 05 Jan 2022||£2060||-||-||£1860|
|06 Jan - 31 Mar 2022||£1145||£995||£1045||£1095|
|01 Apr - 21 Apr 2022||£1950||£1550||£1650||£1750|
|22 Apr - 26 May 2022||£1750||£1350||£1450||£1550|
|27 May - 02 Jun 2022||£2250||£1850||£1950||£2050|
|03 Jun - 23 Jun 2022||£1950||£1550||£1650||£1750|
|24 Jun - 30 Jun 2022||£2250||£1850||£1950||£2050|
|01 Jul - 01 Sep 2022||£2500||£2100||£2200||£2300|
|02 Sep - 08 Sep 2022||£2250||£1850||£1950||£2050|
|09 Sep - 29 Sep 2022||£1950||£1550||£1650||£1750|
|30 Sep - 20 Oct 2022||£1350||£1150||£1200||£1250|
|21 Oct - 03 Nov 2022||£1750||£1350||£1450||£1550|
|04 Nov - 19 Dec 2022||£1145||£995||£1045||£1095|
|20 Dec - 26 Dec 2022||£2200||-||-||£2000|
|27 Dec - 04 Jan 2023||£2200||-||-||£2000|
Running through Rock, the South West Coast Path is the perfect way to explore North Cornwall’s rugged coastline. Follow the path to Daymer Bay and enjoy breathtaking views from Brea Hill or continue onto Pentire Point and Polzeath if you’re feeling energetic. The scenic Camel Trail starts across the estuary in Padstow and is fantastic for family-friendly cycle rides. The renowned St Enodoc Golf Club is in the heart of Rock, and Trevose, Bowood and Roserrow Golf Clubs are all within a 35 minute drive.
Activities for children
Other than the many gorgeous beaches nearby, there are plenty of alternatives for children to enjoy. The Camel Creek Adventure Park and Dairyland Farm World are perfect for the little ones to meet and feed the animals before running around in the indoor play area to let off some steam. Younger children will relish rainy days spent at the charming Old Macdonald’s Farm near Porthcothan. And for history enthusiasts, we’d recommend a day trip to the mythical Tintagel Castle, which is about 35 minutes away by car.
Beaches and watersports
The dog friendly Rock Beach runs alongside the Camel Estuary and has stunning views across Padstow. Just around the coastal path is the beautiful Daymer Bay and the popular surfing beach of Polzeath is also just a short drive away. Rock is a haven for sailing, stand up paddle boarding and kayaking, and adrenaline junkies will love coasteering with Cornish Rock Tors. Polzeath and Harlyn Bay have a range of fantastic surf schools for lessons and equipment hire, suitable for all abilities.
Food and drink
An unforgettable destination for foodies, Rock is home to Blue Tomato Cafe, The Rock Inn and The Dining Room. Just down the road, The Mariners run by Paul Ainsworth is also highly recommended for a delicious bite to eat or laid back drink. Alternatively, hop on the water taxi to Padstow to sample the delights of Paul Ainsworth at Number 6, Caffè Rojano and the iconic Rick Stein’s. The Cornish Wine Tours experience also starts in Padstow, and there’s no better way to discover Cornwall’s award-winning vineyards or sample some fine wines.
Time for pampering
Just a short drive from Rock is the rustic-luxe Cowshed Spa at the St Moritz Hotel. The ultimate space to relax and unwind, opt for a quick beauty fix or an indulgent full or half day package. Put your feet up, enjoy a glass of champagne and let yourself be pampered. The St Enodoc Spa in the heart of Rock is a great alternative option for holiday down time, with a range of restorative treatments on offer. Let your skin reap the benefits of the natural and organic skincare range, before leaving feeling completely refreshed and renewed.
Festivals and events
Taking place at Roskear Farm near Wadebridge, the Rock Oyster Festival is one of North Cornwall’s most popular events. Usually held in July each year, it’s a wonderful celebration of artisan food, music and art. Just across the estuary, Padstow’s annual Christmas Festival is the perfect way to kick off the festive season. Held at the beginning of December, the popular fishing village comes alive with cooking demonstrations, local produce and a Santa fun run.
From the moment of booking one of our luxury holiday homes, our bespoke concierge service is provided at no additional cost.
With extensive insider knowledge and local expertise, our team can arrange anything from private chefs to one-to-one surf tuition and in-house spa therapists. We’re also on hand to help plan special occasions and events, whether you’d like a locally sourced cake or pre-arranged flower deliveries.
Our team can also remove the hassle from planning those smaller practical details. We have a bank of trusted local contacts, so we can organise everything to ensure you have a stress-free holiday, from babysitters to taxi reservations and extra housekeeping.
Whatever you decide, our concierge team will be on hand to fill your getaway with creativity, relaxation and adventure.
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- Withiel, Cornwall
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2 i
- Bathrooms: 1
Built in the early 1800s and still proudly featuring its original working watermill, this quaint and cosy cottage is nestled amongst 65 acres of countryside. After breakfast out on the decked terrace, take a walk through the orchards or while away an afternoon on the croquet lawn.
- Dog Friendly
- Sea Views
- Countryside Views
- Hot Tub
- Swimming Pool
- Games/TV Room
Per week from£780
Short breaks from£480