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Cornwall - Week St Mary

Week St Mary is a civil parish and village in northeast Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is situated south of Bude close to the River Tamar and the border between Cornwall and Devon in the Hundred of Stratton.
Week St Mary has a 14th-15th century parish church dedicated to St Mary the Virgin and the tower contains a ring of six bells. The parish is in the diocese of Truro.
Parts of the college founded here by Thomasine Bonaventure in 1506 have been converted into a farmhouse. It is now owned by the Landmark Trust. The building of the college was overseen by John Dinham of Wortham who remodelled his own house Wortham Manor at about the same time. As well as being a school the college was also a chantry and the schoolmaster was required to pray for the souls of the foundress's husbands. The chantry led to it being dissolved in 1548 though in 1546 it was said to be "a great comfort to all the country there".

County Guest House Guest House/B&B Hotel

Whiteleigh Cottage

Tel: 01288 341082

We welcome you to Whiteleigh Cottage. We are situated near the village of Week St. Mary in Cornwall, although our postal town is Holsworthy, Devon.

The House is set in five acres of stunning countryside. Though not a working farm, there is a menagerie of animals including ponies, dogs, ducks, chickens and sheep. 

We offer one double room with en-suite shower room or one double room with private bathroom.

We are positioned close to the beautiful Cornish beaches of Bude, Widemouth Bay and Crackington Haven. Whiteleigh is an ideal touring base for RHS Rosemoor, Clovelly and Hartland to the North. 

Nearby are the lovely coastal villages of Boscastle, Tintagel, Port Isaac and Padstow. 

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