Monday, January 25, 2010
In April 2010 we will have 2 beautiful cottages to let...both with stunning views over the surrounding countryside. Take a look at what we have been up to!
This is 'Polly's Bower' a 300 year old apple crushing barn which is being converted into a romantic hideaway for 2. We have kept all the original beams:
Before Getting There!
The accommodation will be open plan, with beautiful oak floors throughout, a contemporary bathroom and kitchen, superking vi-spring bed, wood-burner and french windows to take in the view:
Pippin Cottage will also be available from April 2010...with the same stunning views across hills and wooded valleys and with the same glorious sunsets:
To find out more, please go to our website www.lantallackgetaways.co.uk
From April 2010, Lantallack will open to hosting fabulous weddings...to download our brochure and for further information please go to www.lantallackweddings.co.uk
Alastair Sawday's 'GO SLOW ENGLAND'
The second edition of Alastair Sawday's book 'Go Slow England' is now available. We were lucky enough to be invited by Alastair to appear in this lovely book. Click here to read our review in The Guardian.
And just so that you can really get a feel of what it's like to stay at Lantallack...here our some of our visitor's comments!
'Thanks so much! I had a brilliant time!! Panoramic view, beautiful setting and such a fun family!' Milli , France
'Fabulous place to come back to after burning the midnight oil. Loved the possibility of pianos and waking up to Bach. Lovely place, lovely people' Judith, St. Albans
'Thank you for your warm welcome - delicious cream tea and yummy breakfast. Wonderful!' Geoff, Surrey
'More than a room with 2 grand pianos, we found a lovely home - with the smell of fresh primroses' Thomas, NewYork
'Memorable visit - comfort, consideration, a lively friendly atmosphere and the challenge of an excellent breakfast each day' Michael, Warks
'Unforgetable! Very special.' Susie, London
'Everything about our stay has been wonderful. The Walker family are all very welcoming - we felt completely at home. And the setting is superb; the room is great - we will be back!' Mark and Annelies, Netherlands
'Fantastic Poached eggs!' Paul, London
'To the nicest, kindest B&B owners in the world; for hospitality far and beyond the call of duty and general all-round fabulousness! Many, many thanks and see you next year.' Richard and Laura, London
'Magic' Ken, Padstow
'We've had a wonderful week here - lovely hospitality; couldn't have asked for more! Loved it all.' Ann, Hants
'So generous! Beautiful home, beautiful food - the best B&B we've ever stayed in! Thank you.' Mike and Anita, London
'Fleeting first visit - but hooked!' Peter, Salsibury
'Thank you so much for your warm welcome to your delightful home. Never had breakfast by candlelight before!' Sally and David, Prescot (on the occasion of power cut!!)
'Marvellously welcoming hospitality. Lovely touches, beautiful place' Jenni, Gloucestershire
'What a great place in which to celebrate our Wedding Anniversary! From the first glass of wine on arrival to our Sunday breakfast - thank you for making us so welcome. We will be back!' Richard, Oxford
'Merveilleux sejour dans une merveilleuse famille dans une merveilleuse maison' Monique, France
'You offer a little sanctuary here.' Kim, London
'What a wonderful place - a great inspiration. We really appreciated your warmth and for making us feel so comfortable. The attention to detail in the rooms made me feel really spoilt. Nothing was too much trouble...' Alison, Taunton
'We only stayed one night, but I wished it was longer. Such lovely people and a beautiful warm house.' Terry, London
'Cosy room, tasty breakfasts, roaring fire and welcoming hosts. Everything a great B&B should be. Hurrah!' Charlotte and Matt, London
'The welcome, the view, the poached eggs, Polly the pig, Piran and Merlin, the 10-foot hedgerows, the bacon and sausages, the pool, the ride in the landrover, the marmalade, the hush at night - all human life and other forms are here and they are wonderful.' Richard, London
'Thank you so much for a wonderful stay. Rare hospitality and wonderful atmosphere - and a fantastic breakfast!' Mick, London
'Fantastic! We've decided to retire and move in...!' Hugh and Pippa, Gloucs
'Lovely place with beautiful views. Best bed I have slept in, in years! Great people and it has felt like home.' David, London
'A few sentences cannot possibly sum up the wonderful few days spent here. A huge thank you for everything! "Cooking just doesn't get better"....' Liz, Chester
Sunday, January 17, 2010
Lantallack is a lovely old Georgian farm, set in 40 acres in the heart of south east Cornwall, bordering an are of outstanding natural beauty (AONB), it is a haven of tranquility. Only 20 minutes from Plymouth, Lantallack is a place for the free-spirited, for those who yearn something different and special; beautiful views across undulating countryside and wooded valleys, big open skies and unforgettable sunsets. Its peaceful situation makes it an ideal retreat for a truly relaxing holiday or idyllic wedding.
To find out more, please go to Lantallack