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Rame Barton

Bed & Breakfast

 Holiday Cottage in 

 in 

Rame

, Cornwall

From £
770
 per week
Bedrooms: 
3
Sleeps: 
8
Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
No Dogs
7 nights from
£
770
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About 

Rame Barton

Perfect for holidays in Cornwall and an excellent choice for guests attending weddings at the nearby Polhawn Fort, Edgcumbe House, Port Eliot House or Maker Heights.

THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO RELAX, ESCAPE AND DISCOVER

Rame Barton is an 18th Century farmhouse set in over 2 acres of gardens. Located in the designated area of outstanding natural beauty known as the Rame Peninsula in south east Cornwall. Being the premier house in Rame it has views over the gardens to Whitsand Bay (a long stunning sandy beach).

Just down the road are the twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand with their listed cottages and great selection of pubs and cafes, some over looking the sea. On the cliffs a short walk away is the celebrated The View restaurant and the famous wedding venue of Polhawn Fort is also just a short walk away.

Paul and Karen offer wonderful bed and breakfast accommodation. The house is decorated tastefully, with the very best crisp white bed linen, organic toiletries, comfy beds and a fabulous real Cornish breakfast. At Rame Barton you will find a real haven of peace, tranquility and fun.

If you love stunning scenery, coastal walks, a long sandy beach, stately homes, wonderful places to eat and all the attributes of times gone by, Rame Barton is the place for you. All these amazing things are here waiting for you to discover.

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Where is 

Rame Barton

?

Rame Barton
is a 
Bed & Breakfast
 holiday rental located in 
Rame
 on the Rame Peninsula in South East Cornwall.
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