St Breock Cottages

This picturesque village located in the north of Cornwall is known for its idyllic countryside, stunning views, and historic buildings. Explore the nearby Camel Trail, a popular walking and cycling route, which runs from the village to the town of Padstow, passing through beautiful Cornish countryside. The village is home to the St Breock Windmill, a well-preserved 19th-century mill that offers an insight into the area's rural past. Or explore the nearby Bodmin Moor or the charming town of Wadebridge. With its natural beauty and peaceful surroundings, St Breock is a perfect holiday destination for those seeking a relaxing break in Cornwall. Search our collection of St Breock cottages today.

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Inspiration of things to see and do from our St Breock cottages

St. Breock's blend of rural charm, access to coastal areas, historical significance, and a relaxing environment makes it a pleasant stop for holidaymakers looking to experience the quieter side of Cornwall. With its peaceful ambience and slower pace of life, St. Breock is an inviting destination for those seeking a laid-back and tranquil atmosphere. The village's proximity to attractions like the Camel Trail, Padstow with its renowned food scene, and the charming town of Wadebridge provides opportunities for exploration and discovering the wider region. With a wide selection of Cornwall cottages, we have the ideal holiday home for you.

Here are the top 5 things to see and do from our St Breock cottages:

Rural Charm

St. Breock embodies the quaint and serene charm of a traditional Cornish village, with its picturesque setting and tranquil atmosphere. It's an ideal spot for those seeking a peaceful retreat away from busy urban areas.

Countryside Setting

Situated amidst Cornwall's beautiful countryside, St. Breock provides opportunities for scenic walks, exploring nature trails, and enjoying the tranquillity of rural life.

Historic Significance

The village has historical roots, reflected in its architecture and landmarks. St. Breock Church, for instance, stands as a historic focal point and showcases the village's heritage.

Access to Coastal Areas

While itself a rural inland village, St. Breock is conveniently located within a short distance of Cornwall's stunning coastline. Visitors can easily reach nearby beaches and coastal towns for a day trip.

Local Community Events

St. Breock may host community events and local festivals throughout the year, offering visitors a chance to experience Cornish traditions and culture firsthand.