Experience Bucklawren

Superior farmhouse Bed and Breakfast near Looe in Cornwall

Bed and breakfast accommodation at Bucklawren is in our elegant 19th century farmhouse with spectacular views over Looe Bay. Bucklawren is a working farm and offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation with large, comfortable and individually decorated bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. Just click on your choice of six individually styled rooms for a more detailed description.

A traditional farmhouse breakfast is cooked the old fashioned way on an AGA, and comprises of a full English breakfast or lighter options if preferred. We also offer a vegetarian breakfast and are happy to cater for other dietary requirements. Just let us know and we will endeavour to give you the perfect start to your day in Cornwall.

Stay and relax

With so much to do in the area, you may just want to relax in our south facing sun-lounge, which is the ideal place to unwind. We also have a large and spacious lounge with many books to browse through. The sun-lounge offers breathtaking views over Looe bay.

Self-catering holiday accommodation

If you would prefer self-catering accommodation, why not stay in one our six spacious and beautifully appointed traditional cottages. For more information please visit: holiday cottages in Looe Cornwall.

Contact Kate Briggs on 01503 240109 or email info@bucklawren.com

Room Tariff:

Daily Terms per double room £85

Daily terms per single room from £55

For current discounts and longer stays please contact direct on 01503 240738 or email info@bucklawren.co.uk

About

Bucklawren – an ancient tradition of hospitality

Bucklawren is a working arable and beef farm of 400 acres. It lies on an ancient Celtic site, and the original manor is mentioned in the 11th-century Domesday Book. In medieval times there was a nunnery here, but it was destroyed in the 16th century by Henry VIII during the Dissolution of the Monasteries.

Award-winning accommodation

Robert and Jean Henly with their two daughters took over Bucklawren Farm in 1987. They decided to offer farmhouse bed and breakfast accommodation, and in 1997 they won the prestigious West Country Tourist Board Farm Holiday Award. In 2015 Robert and Jean took a step back from the business and their daughter Jo Eastley and her family took over the running of the business.

Bucklawren became more and more popular thanks to its peaceful location and friendly welcome, and so more holiday accommodation was needed. As with many West Country farms, some of Bucklawren’s old stone barns and stable blocks had become impractical for modern farming practices. Rather than allow these beautiful buildings to fall into disrepair, Robert and Jean decided to bring them new life and purpose by converting them so that holidaymakers could enjoy their very special historic atmosphere.

In 1991 they converted a former stable block into three self catering holiday cottages. This was followed by the conversion of a two storey barn into a spacious four bedroom holiday cottage (The Hayloft) and finally in 2000 the conversion of a further barn into The Lodge cottage. The design and materials were carefully chosen to ensure sympathetic conversion and to faithfully retain the exterior and interior character of the lovely old buildings.

Green Acorn Award

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‘A Green Acorn’ has been awarded to Bucklawren Farm by the South East Cornwall Tourism Association. As farmers we are aware and concerned about the environment in which we live. We have taken steps to reduce the impact on our local environment by recycling, composting, conserving energy and reducing water consumption. We use local suppliers and traders wherever possible. A local walks map has been produced to encourage guests to leave their cars behind’. We have recently installed solar panels to help reduce energy costs and a biomass boiler has been recently installed.