Driftwood, formerly the coachmans’ house, is a quirky character cottage build at the end of the 1800s when a local wealthy squire decided to make Widemouth Bay his summer residence. The mile long bay provides excellent surfing and picturesque walks on the sand. The cottage is situated just 3 miles from the resort of Bude, also with Boscatle, Tintagel and Port Isaac also easily reachable.

The cottage itself is about 25 yards from a path across the dunes which leads to the southern end of the beach named Black Rock. There is a splendid view from the lounge towards the beach. The large lounge was a 1960s extension, which is comfortable equipped with a woodburner and electric heaters. Then the older part of the property offers two bedrooms with comfortable beds, and bathroom with spa bath and shower.

The dining area and modern, well equipped kitchen leads to a paved + grassed patio, suitable for children and doggies alike! All of the facilities at Quinceborough Farm, half a mile up Leverlake road are available for you to use, such as the outdoor heated pool, hard tennis court and games room. We also have a collection of farm animals such as chickens, ducks, peacock, pigs and pigmy goat.