Kilna House is a detached period property, overlooking the Tiddy Valley, with large gardens adjacent to the A38. The property is set well back from the road. The village of Tideford is a 5 minute walk on the new pavement. There is a bus stop for local buses and National Express coaches. The nearby Rod and Line is a traditional old Cornish Pub and has a reputation for good food and a cosy log fire in the colder months. We are situated at the bottom of a steep hill if coming from the Plymouth direction; extra care is needed when approaching the drive which is steep and uneven in places. This leads to a large gravel car park which can take caravans, trailers, boats and lorries.
Carpeted. 3 tables (seats 12). Menu are located in guest room folders.
Carpeted. Features a range of sofas and chairs.
Stairs leading to rooms have a banister rail on the right.
Double room with a small en-suite. No seat or gripper rail in en-suite. The L shape room overlooks the Tiddy Valley at the front of house.
Washbasin in room, with a private bathroom available down the hall (4 steps – no gripper rail or seat in shower – robe provided). The single room overlooks the Tiddy Valley at the front of the house.
1 Double bed and one convertible single bed with second pull out single bed contained within the base. Has a small en-suite (no seat or gripping rail in shower). The Family room overlooks the Tiddy Valley at the front of the house.
Antique double bed, full-size single bed. There are two steps leading to bathroom with bath and a shower over the bath, toilet and hand washbasin. There is no shower seat but there are gripping rails on the bath. The Blue Room overlooks the vegetable garden and pasture land at the side of the house.
Double bed and en-suite with a double shower tray. There is no gripping rail or shower seat. There is one step up from the bedroom and another step for the toilet.The Village room overlooks the village at the side of the house.
All rooms have modern flatscreen TVs with FreeView and a DVD player. A Wi-fi code is left for your devices, as well as a range of toiletries, a hair dryer, tea/coffee facilities with biscuits, magazines, an alarm clock and central heating.
Grounds and Gardens
2 acres of gardens and 10 acres of pasture land. There are 2 South-facing patios and a barbecue area. Dogs are welcome. Visitors are welcome to use the tables and chairs provided; the summer house is a smoking area.
Kilna is a very happy comfortable home, a traditional bed and breakfast. We have been welcoming guests since 1973 and our aim is to provide a relaxed and pleasant stay for all.