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Farmhouse Holidays

Even though next summer may seem like an eternity away, a good number of people will already be thinking about next year’s holiday.

If you are thinking about going to Cornwall then you might want to consider lodging in one of the many farmhouses in the area. People who have holidayed in this way maintain that staying in a traditional farmhouse can give you a richer experience of rural life.

There are different types of farmhouse holidays, depending on whether you want to go self catering or whether you prefer that someone else does the cooking and the clearing away for a change. Most farmhouse holidays are self catering, and if you visit Newquay in Cornwall then you might consider staying in the thirteenth century Bodanna Farmhouse with its exposed beams and welcoming open fireplace. Some of the farmhouse cottages no longer operate as working farms, an increasing number of those that are, now offer bed and breakfast farmhouse accommodation, not far from the wonderful Cornish coast.

Bed and breakfast farmhouse accommodation may be an ideal choice. Some of the farms that also operate as a B&B will also provide guests with a packed lunch on request. If you go into the nearest town or village and have dinner at a restaurant then this will solve the catering problem. People enjoy farmhouse holidays because they can enjoy rustic comfort and know that their full English breakfast really does contain fresh produce. Some farmhouses will take guests on a tour of the farm and explain how everything works for a small fee.

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