Nestling between the River Neet and the River Strat, the town of Stratton is steeped in legend, antiquity and architecture. It has a chequered history, being one of the few Cornish places mentioned in the Domesday Book. It was also the birthplace of the Cornish giant, Anthony Payne, remembered for his role in the Battle of Stratton. For more information about Stratton's history click here

Stratton is an attractive market town, surrounded by beautiful countryside and less than a mile from the spectacular North Cornish coast and the popular seaside resort of Bude. The town is within easy driving distance of numerous tourist attractions and provides an excellent place to stay as a holiday base. For more information on local attractions click here.

The town itself has good facilities including a hotel, three pubs (two with accomodation), a general store/post office, a butchers shop, a fish and chip shop, an antique shop and an art centre. For more information on the local facilities click here.