Keadeen Bed & Breakfast
Keadeen is a family run bed and breakfast set on a small holding in the peaceful countryside of Cornwall, just outside the quiet village of Golberdon.
We offer ensuite room or rooms with own bathrooms. Tea making facilities in all rooms.
Close to National trust properties, Eden project, Helligan gardens, Dartmoor and Bodmin moor. Looe, Polperrro, there is lots to do and enjoy. Start the day with a good cooked breakfast which consists of fresh fruit, fruit juice, yoghurt, home made breads, eggs cooked to your taste (our own) bacon and sausage (produced locally) black pudding and white if desired, tomato, mushrooms. Tea/Coffee of your choosing, toast and home made preserves.
We want to ensure you enjoy your stay and will do all to make that possible. Bring your pet by arrangement. Families and children welcome. We have a large garden so they can use up lots of energy, see the lambs, rabbits, and feed the chickens even pick their own egg for breakfast.
Laundry facilities if needed. Evening meal by arrangement and packed lunches too.
There are horse riding facilities, swimming pools and leisure parks eg Trethorne nearby, also explore Minions, Cheeswring, the Hurlers on Bodmin moor and even a climb of Brown Willy Cornwalls highest point. Find out more about Cornish Mining Heritage or canoe along the many beautiful rivers. There are plenty of cycle tracks for the energetic or just enjoy some of the many walks and trails. Explore Plymouth, Truro, Port Isaac (Dr Martins village) Padstow, Polzeath, Tintagel, Boscastle, Bude, St Ives.
Spend day in some of the many beautiful gardens eg Garden House., Cothele gardens, Bicton Gardens. The Aquarium in Plymouth is always worth a visit, or Gweek seal sanctuary. Lots to see and do what ever the weather. Even a spot of fishing too locally.
We have a large garden where you can relax ,bbq, and enjoy sitting in the summer house until late in the evening.
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This page was last updated: 02 October 2012