Whalesborough luxury farm and spa resort, set in 450 acres of farmland and countryside on the edge of the Atlantic coastline near Bude, is offering up to 35% off week breaks in its pet-friendly cottages up to 31 October, covering the half-term period.
Savings of over £1,000 are available on Whalesborough Cottage, where seven nights for eight guests can be booked for £1,972 (was £3,035), saving £1,062.
Visit https://www.whalesborough.co.uk or call 01288 361940 to make a booking.
Lovingly renovated, the 17th century cottage, formerly a livestock barn, comes with a large, open plan kitchen leading onto the lounge diner with two sofas, flatscreen TV and double bifold doors that open on to the garden. Featuring a chill-out den with beanbags and a 55” TV, the four-bedroom cottage has a patio, hot tub area, and private enclosed garden with stunning views across the valley.
A range of five-star gold cottages are also available at a 20% discount including Moleyns and Eagles Nest, both sleeping six, which can be booked for a week from £1,333, saving £717.
Cottages sleeping four include Middlehill and Longdown, which can both be booked from £1,365 saving £341.
Guests staying at Whalesborough can enjoy extensive facilities including its 30°C indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, state-of-the-art gym, and outdoor tennis courts.
Outdoor play areas at Whalesborough include climbing frames, swings, and an adventure playground where kids can discover the bird-hide lookout, ‘badger set’ tunnels, and the heron’s nest swing. There’s even a well-equipped under 6’s playroom.
While the kids are having fur and feather experiences at the Little Farmers club, meeting the alpacas, piglets, pygmy goats, collecting eggs and petting the sheepdogs, mum and dad can indulge in a range of health, beauty and spa treatments.
Whalesborough’s on-site spa features everything from salt and oil scrubs to deep tissue, hot stone, and Indian head massages. Aromatherapy sessions, exfoliation techniques, pedicures and manicures are also available as well as facials, head, and body massages.
Daily walks can be enjoyed across the farm’s 450 acres of land running down to Widemouth Bay, taking in the dramatic colours of the changing woodland. Alternatively, Bude canal, which originates at Whalesborough, runs down to the golden sands of Summerleaze Beach just three miles away. Here you’ll find Bude’s tidal sea pool, the perfect place for saltwater dips and cold-water experiences with or without the kids.
Whalesborough’s on-site Weir restaurant, which overlooks a tranquil lake, the winding River Neet, mature woodland, and the farm’s rolling pastures, serves everything from breakfast to dinner, including afternoon tea and lunch. Featuring a menu of produce raised on the surrounding land, the restaurant is the perfect place to sit back and relax.
Pet-friendly to the core, Whalesborough’s cottages feature enclosed gardens, pet blankets and throws, and luxury pooch packs on arrival. There are even dog showers to wash down dirty coats and muddy paws after autumn walks.
Visit https://www.whalesborough.co.uk, call 01288 361940 to make a booking.