The Old Rectory, St Juliot - Quality Bed and Breakfast
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We open again on the 13th of February 2009
until 30th of November 2009
Proud to be holders of the
English Tourism Council Five Stars and Gold Award for the seventh year running.
"Now a family run B and B, The Old Rectory, a gorgeous period property in three acres of gardens" Observer 2005
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The Old Rectory offers quality Bed & Breakfast in a historic house. Situated near Boscastle on the beautiful North Cornish Coast. Within an hours drive of the M5 at Exeter. An ideal base to visit Cornwall's Eden Project, Lanhydrock House, a variety of Cornish gardens, unspoilt beaches and many other Cornish treasures.
Our house is surrounded by 3 acres of beautiful mature south facing gardens including a Victorian walled garden. Thomas Hardy stayed here as a young architect and met and fell in love with Emma Lavinia Gifford. The romance led to the novel "A Pair of Blue Eyes", and to some of his finest poetry.
The Old Rectory is a family home and has been updated and decorated in period style. Guests are welcome to bring a snack back and enjoy a glass of wine in the guests own Sitting Room, or on our viewing deck over looking the Valency valley and sea.
All the produce we use is either from the garden or sourced locally and we use Fair Trade products where possible.
Come and stay as our guests and enjoy a brush with history.
We are a non smoking establishment.
No pets in the house, but one well behaved dog in the Old Stable.
Children over 12 years old welcome