Welcome to Hay Lake Farm B&B and Holiday Cottage
Hay Lake Farm offers comfortable, modern bed and breakfast rooms with spacious en-suite facilities as well as a delightful self catering cottage.
Bed and breakfast
Our bed and breakfast accommodation comprises a double room and two family rooms. A full Cornish breakfast is served with home produced sausages, bacon and eggs. Children of any age are welcome and a travel cot is available.
Self catering holiday cottage
Wheel Cottage offers self catering accommodation with a spacious double bedroom and large comfortable open plan lounge, dining area and fully equipped modern kitchen.
Quiet location with easy access
Hay Lake Farm is an ideal stop-over or place to relax for a few days as it is situated in a quiet location in the countryside with easy access to the A38, Plymouth, Dartmoor, Bodmin Moor and both the north and south coasts of Cornwall.
Many National Trust properties and the Eden Project are within easy reach by car, and there are facilities for both golf and coarse fishing in the area. If you are visiting the area for a wedding or family party there is easy access to Plymouth, Saltash, Liskeard, Tavistock and Callington. Hay Lake Farm is also a convenient stop-over for relatives attending passing out parades at HMS Raleigh, those working on their boat at Boating World in Landrake or attending Landrake Motocross meetings.
We can also offer you the opportunity to bring your horse on holiday with you as we have equestrian facilities available. The area around us has an abundance of quiet lanes that are ideal for hacking out. Please contact us if this is of interest to you so that we can provide further information.
Walking and cycling
For those who enjoy walking or cycling there are miles of lanes and footpaths around us that offer an ever changing scenery of hedgerows and wildlife throughout the year.
What our visitors say about us
Wheel Cottage - Self Catering
Hay Lake Farm
Tel / Fax 01752 851209
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