The parish of Morwenstow is perched on the dramatic north Cornwall coast on the border with Devon.
You will find amazing walks and stunning beaches (our nearest was featured in the Telegraph as one of the best hidden beaches in the country!). Nearby you can explore our local town, Bude or the quaint village of Clovelly featured in many TV programmes and films (such as The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society); Port Isaac, home of Doc Martin and the Fishermans Friends; Boscastle; Bodmin Moor and numerous other villages, towns and beaches.
We have three unique places to stay. Miss Trimble's Cottage is a wing of Dene Lodge and is a quaint, cosy and comfortable cottage. Further down the stunning garden, through the little wood and the willow tunnel to the wild garden you will find two lovely shepherd's huts, Pippins and Baggins each very different but both well equipped with. Each hut has it's own wood-fired hot tub for relaxing at the end of a day spent exploring this beautiful area and the cottage has one nestled in the woods.
The gardens of Dene Lodge are a delight. There are lots of places to relax and enjoy a glass of wine or you can settle down in the grass-roofed hobbit house made of straw bales and timbers from the garden.
It's a perfect place to relax, unwind and have a holiday to remember.