Diane and Les would like to welcome you to their delightful 19th Century Cornish cottage situated in the heart of the quiet village of
St Teath and just two miles from the North Cornwall coast.

The guest accommodation offers a comfortable double bedroom which has been tastefully decorated and tradionally furnished throughout.

Flowers and fruit add extra charm. The well appointed en-suite includes a large sized shower.

Just a few of Diane's girls

If you would like early morning tea or coffee served in you room, this can be arranged before you partake of 'The White Cottage Special' breakfast (guaranteed to leave little room for anything else until well after midday!), or choose a scaled-down version for those with a smaller appetite. Eggs come from our own free-range hens.

The lounge
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Guests are invited to relax by the open fire in the comfortable lounge, or enjoy the peace and quiet and wonderful view over Bodmin Moor from the spacious garden. Off street parking. No smoking in any of the rooms.

Diane and Les endeavour to create a truly home from home experience.

View of nearby countryside

Double room £35 per person per night including breakfast
(£5 supplement for single occupancy)

Diane and Les Rust
The White Cottage
Trevilley Lane
St Teath, Bodmin
Cornwall PL30 3JS

Phone/fax: +44(0)1208 851780
email: thewhitecottagestteath

Finding us

St Teath lies about ¼ mile from the A39 Atlantic Highway as shown on the map below. Download a more detailed and printable map in Adobe pdf format here which shows how to get to our door.

North Cornwall

The North Cornwall coast boasts secluded coves, deserted sandy beaches and the scenic
SW Coastal Footpath is just
2 miles away. Picturesque harbours, including Port Isaac where the TV series Doc Martin is filmed, are also close. The coast has a history rich in legends and tales of shipwrecks and smugglers.

Inland are leisurely walks along peaceful leafy lanes and the rugged grandeur of Bodmin Moor. Excellent surfing can be found at Polzeath (10 miles), golf at Bowood Park course (3 miles) and cycling on the popular Camel Trail (5 miles).

St Teath

The village has a very strong community spirit and visitors are made particularly welcome. Excellent reasonably priced meals are available at the village pub (100 yds). To find out more about the village take a look at the village website - a mine of information, including events, church details, local walks and of course history.

Although the North Cornwall railway closed in 1966,
there is a 5 inch gauge model railway over 1000 ft long on adjacent land. Guests are welcome to visit the site, learn how to drive, or be driven or bring their own locos. For further details call 01208 850497.