Welcome to Sandhill House Country Retreat - B&B and Self Catering
We have currently closed the B&B until the end of February. However, the Barn is available for booking. If you would like to book directly, either for the Barn or from 1 March 2019, for B&B, please do contact us on 07713 077877 or email@example.com.
Sandhill House is the perfect countryside retreat to escape to and enjoy exclusive B&B accommodation in the heart of the breathtaking Tamar Valley. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and World Heritage Site, this select B&B Cornwall is the ideal gateway to explore the fantastic natural environment of the Tamar Valley and its world changing heritage, Dartmoor National Park, Bodmin Moor and historic Naval city of Plymouth.
In addition Sir Francis Drake’s hometown, Tavistock, is less 10 minutes drive and both the rugged north and sandy south coasts being just 30-40 minutes away. It is also ideal for exploring several National Trust properties, or for business if you prefer to avoid the big hotel chains. Please note that we do have our dear dogs here, though you are only likely to meet Fudge. To book please call Mary on 07713 077877 or landline below..
WHAT OUR GUEST SAY
A wonderful reception as if we were long lost friends. A beautiful setting in a hidden away part of Cornwall. Access to so many hidden treasures.
Only stayed for one night unfortunately, but very glad that we did. What a discovery. Lovely views, in a peaceful and secluded setting, it’s the ideal location for getting away from it all. Wonderfully located for a range of destinations in both Cornwall and Devon
I brought a dog with me and the owners gave as much care and attention to the dog as they did to me. It was a superb place to stay.
Explore & Experience
- Warm and welcoming hospitality
- Set in 2 acres of private gardens
- Astonishing countryside setting
- Truly breathtaking views
- Perfect for walkers and cyclists
- Gateway to Devon and Cornwall
- Short walk to Tamar Valley Railway line to historic naval city of Plymouth
- Ethical policy and local product sourcing