At The Old Rectory we pride ourselves in offering service beyond just Bed and Breakfast.
Newspapers, laundry service, super-fast wifi, homegrown produce, cut flowers and a personal tour of the garden are all included in your stay.
You will find The Old Rectory set in the middle of a quiet, mature 3 acre garden.
With many wildlife areas, freshly cut flowers in your room and our own organic produce in your breakfast and evening meals.
Thomas Hardy met Emma Gifford here in 1870 and returned in 1913 to write many of his most famous poems.
You can find The Old Rectory in a quiet, romantic setting, ideally located to enjoy the best that Cornwall has to offer.
Sandy beaches, cliff walks and seaside villages are just 10 minutes. The Eden Project and more are just 50 minutes.
We've created a short video to talk about what you can expect at The Old Rectory and some of the history of the house.
Here at The Old Rectory we have four high quality en-suite rooms, the names of which are based on the history of the house. Super-fast wifi is available throughout the property.
We are a Dog Friendly Bed and Breakfast, allowing up to 2 well-behaved dogs in the 'Old Stable' room but no pets in the house. All children over 12 years old are welcome.
All guests who book directly with us can enjoy a free paper in the morning, and
for those staying 3 nights or more, we offer a complimentary laundry service!
Just 2 miles from the picturesque village of Boscastle on the rugged north coast of Cornwall and within an hours drive of Exeter.
The Old Rectory is an ideal base to visit Cornwall's Eden Project, Lanhydrock House, unspoilt beaches, Bodmin Moor and many other Cornish treasures.
If you are using Sat Nav please enter PL35 0BX and look for our road signs, or you will be sent an indirect route.
Proud to be holders of the English Tourism Council Five Stars with Gold Award for the seventeenth year
Our English Tourism Council inspection in March 2015 awarded 100% for cleanliness, hospitality and breakfasts
After a busy day exploring Cornwall, why not save yourself another outing and unwind with an evening meal in our restored Victorian Greenhouse.
With no more than eight diners, you can enjoy a relaxing meal, accompanied with your own drinks (no corkage charged) with views over the garden. Meals by arrangement, please contact us before your stay.