ABOUT PENCLEASE HOUSE
Penclease is a newly converted, former care home, situated in Camelford, North Cornwall at the foot of Bodmin Moors.
Made up of six, two bed, luxury apartments. Individually laid out with some two bed, one bath as well as two bed, two baths. They include the penthouse with its stunning countryside views, two apartments with large, private terraces and a further three ground floor apartments with garden/terraces.
Each property is equipped with high end finishes throughout with luxurious bathrooms and sleek kitchens. The development also boasts
a communal area and private parking spaces to each property.
Noticeable immediately is the craftmanship that has gone into creating the finished product. All the apartments are light and airy and come complete with high-end finishing’s throughout including the gloss white kitchens and sleek bathrooms. The far fetching views are simply breathtaking.
FORMER PERIOD HOUSE
SUPERBLY FINISHED THROUGHOUT
HIGH END KITCHEN AND BATHROOMS
TWO DESIGNATED PARKING SPACES
CLOSE TO POPULAR HOLIDAY DESTINATIONS
Camelford is a town located in North Cornwall situated in the River Camel valley northwest of Bodmin Moor. History tells us that Camelford was an old medieval trading route. It became a commercial centre after being granted a royal charter in 1259 by Richard, Earl of Cornwall. It became the perfect market town, being a central location for the fishing village of Port Isaac, historic Launceston, the towns of Bodmin and Wadebridge and the scenic Bodmin moor with its cattle and sheep.
Where Camelford is situated it makes it a great base to explore North Cornwall, being in proximity to many popular activities such as touring, walking, fishing, swimming, surfing. If you look up the coast from Camelford you have the small coastal resorts of Bude, Crackington Haven, Tintagel and Boscastle. If you look South of the coast you have the fishing towns of Port Isaac, Rock, Padstow and the popular beach at Polzeath.
Further inland Camelford is set next to the Bodmin moor that has been designated by the government as Areas of Outstanding Beauty. Roughtor boasts a 3 – 4 mile walk of stunning natural beauty, seeped in history with Iron age remains, Bronze age hut circles and even a Neolithic tor enclosure. Past Roughtor sits the higher tor of Brown Willy. Brown Willy sits 1,378ft above sea level, Brown Willy has been considered a sacred place for thousands of years, and it is thought by some that the site is the resting place of an ancient Cornish King.
- Tintagel Castle, Tintagel
-St Nectans Glen, Tintagel
-Rocky Valley, Tintagel
-Film destination of Doc Martin, Port Isaac
-Bude sea pool, Bude
- The stunning fishing village of Boscastle.
-Stunning beaches, Trebarwith strand (Tintagel) Widemouth bay (Bude), Daymer bay (Rock), Constantine bay (Padstow), Polzeath (Wadebridge)
-Superb golf courses, Bowood Park (Camelford), St Enodoc (Rock), Trevose (Padstow), The point at Polzeath.
-Arthurian Centre, Camelford
-Davidstow Airfield and Cornwall at War museum, Camelford
-Museum of Withcraft and Magic, Boscastle