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Feed farm animals on a Cornish farm

This is where free-range kids can play and feed chickens, goats and pigs. In the middle of a working Cornish farm, Cornish Views Farmhouse brings you an all-singing, all-clucking stay and more. More… like the heated outdoor pool, the spa pool, the riding school, the tennis. And all just ten minutes from the bobbing boats and quirky cobbles of Looe.

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Free-running kids and free-range ducks

Welcome to where free-running kids feed free-range ducks, chickens, rabbits, goats, horses, pigs and more. In the middle of a 170-acre working Cornish farm, Cornish Views Farmhouse gives you everything you’d expect from a Cornish farm holiday for up to 11 family and friends, or human hens or stags, plus a couple of dogs.

Everything you’d expect… and a few nice surprises, too. Like the palm tree-lined pool with valley views heated to 28-30 degrees by our own biofuel. Like the sauna. The spa pool we’ve sunk into the decking: stare at star-speckled skies in bubbling comfort. Or the riding school. Oh, and tennis. Book an hour and blast those backhands.

Wander 150 acres of the Looe Valley, pour a Prosecco, and get the kids on the swings and slides or let them loose in the playroom. Watch the timeless drift of the grazing sheep. Head out to the bobbing boats and quirky cobbles of Looe and come home to flagstone floors, stained glass, sash windows and a roaring fire.

Cook on the Aga or range, or be cooked for by pro chefs, bring your passwords to stream box sets on the smart TV over superfast broadband, sort out a sing-song around the grand piano. Cornish Views Farmhouse is the kind of place that forges special memories, whether you’re six or sixty.

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Gardens and grounds

Plenty garden, plenty grounds. This is a 170-acre working Cornish farm, with 150 of them available to guests. Beyond the sun-trap garden, free-range kids can feed chickens, rabbits, goats, horses and pigs. That’s before moving on to a few things you might not expect from your Cornish farm holiday.

Change in the pool house and dive into the outdoor pool heated to 28-30 degrees, slop around in the sunken spa pool a while, sweat it out in the infrared sauna. Ride the Looe Valley on horseback. Tear around the tennis court. Make friends with the Jacob sheep. Follow the stream through the bluebell wood. Feed the ducks on the pond.

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Living spaces

There’s a classic but comfortable country vibe in the spacious spaces at Cornish Views. At the heart of an expert restoration sit antique furniture, Persian rugs and hand-finished joinery. First impressions count and the stained-glass windows and mosaic floor of the front porch and the flagstone hall will wow.

With its comfy armchairs, antiques and baby grand to tinkle, the main sitting room is the place to congregate. Burn some wood, bring your passwords for the smart TV, play your tunes on the Bluetooth, stare at the views from the sash windows.

Play pool and table tennis in the games room. And upload the best life you’re living to Instagram over superfast broadband.

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Cooking and dining

Choose the Aga or the electric range cooker and then cook for Cornwall. Or hang it all and bring in the pro caterers while you pour an aperitif or slope off for a swim. Eat around the large dining-room table in front of the antique-marble fireplace and slide out through the French windows for a Nespresso on the terrace when you’re done.

Stock up just the five fridges and freezers with scrummy goodies from the major supermarkets or West Looe Deli, with meat from O’Keefe’s and fresh fish from Pengelly’s. Get the coal barbie going and take a dip between courses. Consider takeaways from Chennai Indian Fusion, North Street Kitchen or Ocean and Earth Thai.

Up for an appetite-inducing walk? The Plough in Duloe is your local, serving good-quality food using local seasonal ingredients. Head to Tideford for The Rod and Line for a great atmosphere, live music and simple but tasty sea food. Or try The Blue Peter for the seafood platter, seafood linguine or Cornish pork shoulder.

Like your meals with a view? Consider The Talland Bay Hotel, with its eclectic décor and views out over the bay. Grab a discount from Cornish Views Farmhouse and tuck into beef short-rib bourguignon or black truffle and burrata tortellini. Into seafood? It’s The Sardine Factory for you, with fresh fish from a Masterchef semi-finalist.

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Wrapped in the beauty of 170 acres of Cornish farmland, you’ll be disturbed at night only by an owl or three or a scurrying fox. Wake to the quack of ducks and a cockledoodle-do or two. Cornish Views Farmhouse sleeps 11 in six bedrooms.

Bedroom one downstairs is a twin with beds that can be pushed together, while en-suite bedroom two upstairs can be made up as a superking or twins, as can bedroom three. Bedroom four is a kingsize, bedroom five a single and bedroom six offers a kingsize bed and en-suite shower room.

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Children welcome

Put your kids by the cove-rich Cornish coast, to rummage in the rockpools and revel in tales of pirates and smugglers, and they’ll be ecstatic. Throw in a rambling cottage on a 170-acre working farm and they’ll never want to leave. Wake and feed the free-range ducks, chickens, rabbits, goats, horses, pigs and more.

With space for 11 here plus the family pooch, homesickness won’t be an issue. Especially when you’re ducking and diving daily in the palm-lined outdoor pool, heated to a toasty 28-30 degrees. Bigger kids can book an hour in the spa pool or sauna and young ones will love the swings and slides.

Always wanted to ride horses? There’s a riding school right here on site. Or maybe they fancy thumping forehands past the oldies? We’ve laid on an all-weather tennis court for this very purpose. Stay out in the wide blue yonder for a picnic by the stream or a wander through the bluebell woods.

Inside, pick from three TVs and bring your passwords for the large smart TV in the living room. Stream your content over the superfast 90Mbits broadband, pass a few hours in the playroom, delve into the DVDs and books. Sleep to the hoot of the owls and wake to farm walks, our holiday kids’ club, and more hungry ducks and chickens.

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What People Say

What People Say

Another wonderful stay at Cornish Views Farmhouse. The cottages are fantastic, everything you require for a comfortable stay - the cottages are very cosy and the views are fabulous. Any problems are dealt with immediately - who could ask for more. Have been staying here every year for over 20 years just love it. Never want to leave. - Sally
Where do we start. This was our second visit here and boy we were not disappointed. It was just perfect, the cottage was well equipped with everything you needed for your stay, the views from Willow are just breathtaking. We have already booked for next year and we cannot wait to return. - Mandy
Excellent holiday, everything we wanted. Cottages and facilities second to none in a stunning location. Will definitely book to return. Cottages configured really cleverly especially the very private and secure gardens (we had our 2 dogs with us). - Robert
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Sand, salt and spa therapy

Combine panoramic views and sport at Looe Golf Course. Reef-fish on board the Sowenna. Get pampered on site in our spa room, then walk the coastal path to Polperro. Get sandy and salty at great beaches like Millandreath and East Looe. Or feed the deer and dip the ponds at Pennywell Farm.