Own transport is not essential
It is possible to travel here by rail and bus or coach and the local bus route is on the doorstep, also we can usually help if you’re stuck. You don’t have to carry so much luggage as we provide towels; bedding; cleaning items; loo rolls; washing-up liquid; soap; and can supply tea; coffee; milk and bread, and help with other provisions on request.
The local shop and PO is 3 miles away (5 minute ride on the local bus) and the nearest supermarket town (Bude) is a 25 minute bus ride from the Haven.
We think that the immediate area repays a thorough exploration and you could find all you want from a holiday right here, but if you want to explore further afield, the buses are accessible enough to do so.
- between Bude and Tintagel, near Boscastle, on the North Cornwall Coast, in a superb location less than 100 metres from the sea and the beach at Crackington Haven.
Crackington Manor offers 2 flats; the POWER HOUSE sleeping 2-3 (1 double bedroom, sofa-bed in the living room) £199-£450, and the MANOR FLAT sleeping 5 in 2 bedrooms (1 double; 1 family) £299-£556.
The flats are located in the spectacular scenery of the Northeast Cornwall Coastline, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the North Cornwall Heritage Coast, 1 minute from the beach and facilities, which include 2 beach cafes, an inn and the local bus route.
They are ideally situated for walking, with footpaths through a variety of countryside (rolling hills; wooded valleys; farmland; cliffs; riverside walks; coastal paths) virtually on the doorstep. Walking the South West Coast Paths is greatly assisted by the bus service which runs from the Haven via Widemouth Bay (6 miles) to Bude (10miles) and, in the opposite direction, to the picturesque harbour of Boscastle (6 miles) and to Arthur’s country and Tintagel (8 miles) and back. (It is also possible to travel as far as Truro by bus from the Haven.)
Dogs accommodated free
We don’t object to your leaving
dogs unattended in the flats at
times if you think they’re OK.
We have a stair gate if you want to contain them a bit. The beach is non-dog from Easter to end of September, but there are plenty of other walks for your dog and you could visit Strangles beach (1 mile down the coast to the south). PLEASE CLEAR UP AFTER YOUR DOG– TAKE A BAG! and there are also doggie bins in the Haven.
We think the main advantages of staying
SUPERB LOCATION (1 min beach)
SPECTACULAR SCENERY ALL AROUND
SANDY BEACH WITH ROCK POOLS AND
A SECTION OF bEAUTIFUL AND UNUSUAL
STONES AND ROCKS AT ITS HEAD
UNUSUAL FLORA; FAUNA; GEOLOGICAL FEATURES INCLUDING
WATERFALLS SEALS ETC.
BRILLIANT AND VARIED SHORTER LOCAL WALKS
BUS SERVICES FROM DOOR FOR FURTHER AFIELD AND LONG TREKS EXCELLENT FOR WALKING COAST PATH—BUSES BOTH WAYS
OWN TRANSPORT NOT ESSENTIAL – GOOD BUS SERVICE; IMMEDIATE
LOCATION PROVIDING VARIETY; YOUR LUGGAGE REDUCED BY OUR
ACCESSIBLE BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT BUT STILL FEELS LIKE IT IS OFF THE BEATEN TRACK
EATING OUT AVAILABLE ON THE SPOT – THERE ARE 2 BEACH CAFES, AND THE PUB SERVES FOOD, WITH TREVIGUE RESTAURANT (recommended) A MILE AWAY.
DOG FRIENDLY – DOGS STAY FREE.
ECOVER USED AND ORGANIC FOODSTUFFS SOURCED
FREE WIFI (THOUGH PLEASE BEAR IN MIND THERE ARE SOME VERY THICK WALLS!)
WE ARE ON THE SPOT AND CAN HELP IF YOU NEED ANYTHING BUT DON’T WORRY, WE’LL LEAVE YOU IN PEACE UNLESS YOU COME TO US!