Old Pear Tree Barn, near Newquay

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Located on the northern coast of Cornwall near the village of Cubert is Old Pear Tree Barn. It’s a former barn that’s been stylishly and tastefully repurposed into a holiday home. While it retains some of its original features, such as its vaulted ceilings and exposed beams, it’s very much a modern property. The property is tucked away at the end of a private drive and offers all the peace and comfort you could ask for.


There are two bedrooms on the ground floor, each accommodating up to two people. Both of them are spacious, beautifully presented and have premium-quality linen. Also on the ground floor is the open-plan kitchen and dining area. It has all the necessary amenities for cooking, including a range of appliances and utensils, and has double doors that lead out onto the patio. Outside there’s an enclosed garden with ample space, along with a terrace that comes with sun loungers and BBQ facilities. On the first floor is the living area, where you’ll find a TV with DVDs, plus some books and games. There’s also a wrap-around balcony complete with seats so you can enjoy a snack or drink while taking in the views.


Old Pear Tree Barn is a short walk from Cubert, where you’ll find independent shops and a traditional pub, The Smugglers Den Inn. Here you can tuck into sumptuous meals and cool off with refreshing drinks, all while basking in the friendly atmosphere and enjoying the glorious countryside views. If you’re keen to explore the area, drive to the coast and while away the hours on one of Cornwall’s splendid beaches. You can even book some water sports lessons and get out on the sea if you wish. Take time to discover what makes Cornwall such a great place to visit and when you’re done, you can rest assured you’ll have a cosy, comfortable place to spend the night.


Sleeps 4

2 bedrooms

2 bathrooms

Up to three pets welcome

Plenty of space for parking

Local Guide

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Things to Do

Camel Creek – For a day of fun, excitement and thrills, visit Camel Creek. It’s a theme park that welcomes families and has plenty of things for everyone to do together, including some wet rides.

Newquay – When staying here, you’re a short drive from the thriving and lively coastal town of Newquay. A top choice for seaside holidays, Newquay is known for its beaches and the many water sports and water-based activities that are available.

Harlyn Surf School – While there are plenty of water sports in Newquay, Harlyn Surf School is a great choice if you prefer somewhere quieter and more peaceful. Here you can go kayaking, surfing and stand-up paddle boarding. You can even try coasteering, where you explore the coast and its rugged scenery by swimming, climbing, scrambling and even jumping off cliffs.

Eating Out


Smugglers Den Inn – Head to this cosy pub if you’re after something easy but delicious and appetising. Wash your food down with some refreshing drinks and enjoy the relaxing ambience. The venue is an inn that dates back to the 16th century and features a genuine thatched roof.

Silks Bistro & Champagne Bar – Located at the Atlantic Hotel in Newquay, this upscale bistro and bar offers afternoon tea along with lunchtime and evening meals in a relaxed setting. Meals are cooked to order by expert chefs and locally sourced food is used.

The Fish House Fistral – A casual restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere and views of the sea. The menu focuses on seafood, with all produce sourced from the local area.

  • Great Location

    Within easy reach of some of the area’s best surfing beaches


  • Pet Friendly

    Three well behaved pets welcome.

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