Oofoo’s Barn

Hat’s Barn

Joe’s Barn

Bert’s Barn

Unique self-catering holiday accommodation

Our self-catering barns centre around a common courtyard, with a large garden over the lane and a 10 minute walk to a sandy cove. The four barns provide ideal self-catering holiday accommodation for couples and families alike. It is safe for children to play in the courtyard or in the garden (both with gates) and we provide travel cots, high chairs and stair gates.

We are minutes from the Cornish coastal path, where there are excellent walks with sandy coves every mile or so round the Lizard Peninsula (and you are welcome to bring your dog). Or maybe you prefer to chill out in the tranquil surroundings – log in via broadband, watch a film or just doze by the woodburner!

You also have the the opportunity to book more than one of our self-catering barns and take the extended family or a group of friends away for a week or two of holiday. You can surf, swim, go fishing, play golf, sail, go horse riding, visit the many scenic gardens, the Eden Project, the Minack theatre, Land’s End, Scilly Isles … or just enjoy Cornwall’s rocky coves and sandy beaches. This courtyard of traditional Cornish stone-built barns has recently been converted to provide striking self-catering holiday accommodation, retaining original features yet with amenities to the highest standard (including dish washers for 2012).

The four barns have open-plan living spaces, extending to the roof, and mezzanine bedrooms with gallery views across the barn. They provide light and spacious self-catering holiday accommodation, and each has been decorated to a different theme. The delightful decor and attention to detail give these traditional barns a feel of luxury.

The barns are set in a secluded position, adjoining fields in a quiet valley on the edge of Mullion Village. The village centre with its shops, tea rooms, churches and pubs is a 5 minutes walk, while a ten minute walk down the valley leads to Polurrian Cove, or connects with the spectacular scenery of the Cornish coastal path.