Vegetarian bed and breakfast in a beautiful rural setting only 10 minutes from St. Ives.
-The accommodation is on the first floor of a converted barn in Nancledra, a small village in the middle of the West Penwith peninsula, mid way between Penzance and St Ives.
-We are ideally situated for walkers and, for those who don't wish to drive, there are regular bus services to St Ives and Penzance.
-The large bedroom is ideal for a couple but could also accommodate a family as there is space for two single beds as well as the king-size.
-Prices for a couple sharing are from £80 per night and for a family from £100 per night, depending on the season.
-Breakfast includes fresh fruit, juice, yoghurt, dried fruit, nuts and cereals, a choice of teas, fresh coffee, toast and croissants. A vegetarian cooked breakfast is also available.Packed lunches are available on request.
-Guests have sole use of the sitting room/breakfast room, with a fully-stocked log fire, and bathroom (all of which are on the first floor) and also benefit from a separate entrance into our family home.
*Wireless internet is also included.
Sarah and Charlie
"We really enjoyed our stay at Borea Barn. Set in a beautiful location with stunning views. With a large bedroom, family bathroom & a lovely living room (every room clean & tidy) complete with breakfast table, wood burning stove & even a piano, there was plenty of space for us & we felt very relaxed & at home. Gillian couldn't have been lovelier or any more helpful & she provided the most fantastic breakfasts! We loved our stay & would definitely return, Thank you."
"Perfect B and B in an idyllic setting! It was like staying a well-equipped, cosy cottage - independent from the main house (own front door), but with all the benefits of a b&b or boutique hotel . We enjoyed yummy breakfasts and self-catered evening meals. Gillian could not have been kinder. She is also very well-informed and enthusiastic about places to visit in the area and we discovered all sorts of unexpected treasures which weren't in the guide books."