This is a unique collection of holiday cottages, with superb coarse fishery, set in 17 acres with wonderful views over rolling Cornish countryside. Our holiday cottages and coarse fishery are located between the picturesque villages of Blisland and St Breward, with easy access to the superb North Cornish Coast including Wadebridge, Padstow and Newquay.
The Eden Project, Camel Trail, Lost Gardens of Heligan and an endless choice of wonderful beaches and coastal paths are within easy reach.
The holiday cottages at East Rose have all been thoughtfully converted from traditional stone barns and retain many original features including stone walls, exposed beams and timber trusses.
With the cottages no more than 75 metres from the pegs, East Rose forms a superb venue for a fishing holiday; the five lakes, with a surface area of more than three acres, form a superb natural water in this most remote and tranquil of sites. Four of the lakes have been professionally developed into a high quality coarse fishery. With over half a mile of banks and 22 thoughtfully sited pegs to choose from there is enough good sport to provide a challenge for the most proficient angler.
East Rose is situated on the western edge of Bodmin Moor, which has some of the most beautiful and rugged scenery in the country, and we are sure, whatever the reason, that you will enjoy a wonderful relaxing holiday in this beautiful part of Cornwall.
Shippen Cottage was originally home to some of the farm animals and converted into a holiday cottage in 1995. The cottage has one double bedroom, a large shower room, open plan Kitchen/Lounge/Dining area and night storage heating. Views from teh lounger are to the gardens and surrounding moorland.
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