This B&B comes closer to the perfection of a French rural gîte than any other I have visited in the UK.
From the sense of tranquil isolation one gets as one wends one's way down the long lane away from the bustling market town of Wadebridge, through the spectacular and utterly unspoiled view of the Camel estuary that opens up before one as one approaches this beautifully proportioned old Cornish stone-built house in its commanding position looking across the river to St Endellion on the other bank, to the comfort of the rooms and the fresh coffee and perfectly cooked breakfast in the delightful dining room, it is frankly impossible to find anything other than praise for this idyllic place. The hostess is charming, and multi-talented (several of her own accomplished oils grace the walls), and the prices were extraordinarily reasonable (we took both rooms - this meant sharing a bathroom between the two rooms, not a problem for us, but worth noting).
Do read the instructions on how to find the place. My satnav abandoned me near the entrance, but luckily clear guidance is provided on the website.