GENERAL - 500 yards from the beach and the Coast Path - Self contained single storey annexe is a later addition to the owners Victorian house - Set in the coastal village of Perranuthnoe - Parking available for one car GROUND FLOOR - Two steps lead up to the front door - Living room with a dining table and chairs overlooking the patio - Cosy sitting area with comfortable lounge seating - Well equipped kitchen with pine fitted units - Double bedroom with two skylight windows - En-suite shower room W.C. with hand basin and walk-in shower GARDEN - Private and sheltered enclosed patio - Guests are welcome to use the owners front terrace to enjoy the views LOCAL AREA - 12th century Victoria Inn is just a couple of minutes walk - Seasonal beach cafe approximately quarter of a mile away - Local stores at Rosudgeon and Goldsithney, less than 1 mile respectively - St Michaels Mount reached via a causeway from Marazion is about 4 miles - Local buses operate to the shopping town of Penzance, 5 miles by road PLEASE NOTE - Towels are not available.
GROUP DESCRIPTION - Ten minute drive from Perranporth with three miles of beach - Five properties set in 4 acres of mature gardens and woodland - On the outskirts of the village of Goonhavern - Newquay and Truro are approximately a 15 minute drive away - Each property has its own outside space and visitors can make full use of all the grounds for recreational purposes GENERAL - Fully double glazed detached bungalow with views of tree covered gardens - Entered via the main courtyard with parking for one car further spaces available on request - All rooms are on one level GROUND FLOOR - Sitting room with leather sofas and door opening onto a secluded patio - Large fitted kitchen with a dining area - Bathroom with WC hand basin and shower over the bath - Bedroom with double bed - Small children?UR(TM)s bedroom with bunk beds measuring 2ft 3in x 5ft 4in GARDEN - Private patio fringed by mature trees and lawns which has a brick BBQ PLEASE NOTE - A portable ramp for access over steps is available on request
GENERAL - Detached barn conversion - Set in an elevated position above the picturesque fishing village of Boscastle - Quiet and spacious accommodation for a couple - Easy access to the South West Coast Path - Perfectly positioned for either touring or relaxing GROUND - Light and spacious living area with laminate flooring - Modern fitted kitchen - Comfortably furnished Kingsize bedroom - En-suite shower room OUTSIDE - Parking space - Garden with sea views LOCALAREA - Boscastle is 1.2 miles by car has a Farm shop, cafes, pubs & Galleries - Plenty of coastal and inland walks from the village - South West Coat path linking Crackington Haven to the north and Tintagel to the south - The beaches at Trebarwith Strand and Crackington Haven are within 5 miles - Cycling on the Camel Trail, Cardinham Woods and Lanhydrock all within driving distance - Further afield are the villages of Port Isaac and Padstow and the historic houses of Prideaux Place and Lanhydrock.
GENERAL - Views overlooking Rocky Valley and Bossiney Cove - Self-contained ground floor annexe - Midway between Tintagel and Boscastle, less than 2 miles respectively - Set in the tiny hamlet of Trethevy - Parking for one car GROUND FLOOR - Freshly decorated kitchen - Living room has comfortable lounge and dining furniture - Patio doors opening to a double glazed conservatory - Bedroom with a 5ft double and sea views - Shower room W.C. with hand basin. GARDEN - A large garden fronts the property on the seaward side - Use of a garage for storage of bikes and beach gear LOCAL AREA - Boscastle and Tintagel have a small selection of shops, pubs and restaurants - Nearest beach is Bossiney Cove - Trebarwith Strand is about 15 minutes drive - A regular bus service operates to Wadebridge, Camelford and Bude - Both Bodmin Moor and The Camel Estuary are within a 30 minute drive
GENERAL - Wonderful sea and beach views - Comfortable detached house - Set in an elevated position above the beach at Porthcothan Bay - Parking area with space for up to 2 cars GROUND FLOOR - Bathroom W.C with shower over the bath - Utility with fridge, freezer, washing machine and condenser dryer - Well equipped kitchen with Aga and breakfast bar - Comfortably furnished lounge/dining room with electric stove and a piano - Games/reading room well equipped with books and games - Twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom W.C with jacuzzi bath UPSTAIRS - Three simply furnished bedrooms, one double and two twin - Tiled wet room and W.C GARDEN - The garden spans three sides of the property with established trees and shrubs and sloping lawns - Direct access onto the beach via a gate and rough path - A building housing beach equipment for guest use - Raised decking area benefiting from glorious sea views expanding the length of Porthcothan Bay with seating for eight LOCAL AREA - Seasonal shop at Porthcothan Bay, approximately a 5 minute walk - Village of St Eval, approximately 3 miles, has a village shop and post office - Fishing village of Padstow within a 15 minute drive has various shops and selection of restaurants, including Rick Steins - Alternative nearby beaches include Constantine Bay, approximately 2.5 miles - Nearest golf course is Trevose, approximately 2.5 miles away
GENERAL - Detached older style bungalow - Superb sea views - Set in a cliffside garden looking across the cove of Portmellon - Parking available in a detached garage and space for an additional car in the lane GROUND FLOOR - Three steps down to a sun room - Sitting / dining room with superb sea views from the window - Adjacent kitchen "borrows" the views - Bathroom W.C. with vanity basin and shower over the bath - Twin bedded room with sea views - Double bedroom with a 5ft king size bed - Utility area with sink, a W.C. and a shower room with hand basin GARDEN - Covered verandah - Lawned areas of garden on several levels - There is a detached garage and space for an additional car at lane level LOCAL AREA - Portmellon has safe bathing and a seasonal pub - Shops, pubs, restaurants and harbour at Mevagissey are half a mile PLEASE NOTE - Garden not suitable for unsupervised young children - Towels are available at £2 per person per week payable on arrival
GROUP DESCRIPTION - Just over five miles from Falmouth - Detached stone and slate barn converted into three one bedroom cottages - Set in a row to one side of the owners farmhouse in the small village of Herniss - Shared laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer GENERAL - Inverted accommodation and rural views - With the added benefit of its own small balcony, Louie is entered by six railed steps - Ample parking space for one car per property GROUND FLOOR - Bedroom with a 5ft divan double bed and pine furniture - Shower room W.C. with hand basin, heated towel rail and wide shower cubicle UPSTAIRS - Open plan living room with exposed beams - Couple of two seater settees face the electric coal effect stove - Drop leaf dining suite and modern fitted kitchen units run along one wall - French Windows open to a small railed balcony GARDEN - Each cottage having a sheltered paved patio and small shared lawn LOCAL AREA - Easy access to the Helford River and the Roseland and Lizard Peninsulas - Stithians Lake, 3.5 miles away, has watersports facilities - Gardens of Trebah, Glendurgan and Penjerrick are within a 15 minute drive - The village of Rame, half a mile, has a post office store and pub - Supermarkets at both Falmouth and Helston, a 10 minute drive respectively
GENERAL - Set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. - The properties benefit from the use of private fishing lakes with the river Fowey running through the grounds. - The properties can be let on an individual basis but would also suit a larger group. - Communal rod room and snooker room for guest use. - All major holiday routes and places of interest easily accessed. - Parking. GROUND FLOOR - Hallway - Living room - Kitchen/diner FIRST FLOOR - Master bedroom with shower en suite WC - Two twin bedrooms - Family bathroom GARDEN - Small seating area - Brick built BBQ LOCAL AREA - Former County town of Bodmin just 6.5 miles. - Looe & Polperro from just 13 miles - Cardinham Woods & Nature trails 5.5 miles - Lanhydrock golf club 7.5 miles
GENERAL - Panoramic sea views overlooking Port Isaac Bay - Detached double glazed family house with inverted accommodation - Set at the top of the fishing village of Port Isaac - Ample on-site parking for three cars GROUND FLOOR - Family bathroom W.C. with hand basin and shower over the bath - Twin bedded room - Bedroom with 3ft bunk beds and an additional single bed - Fully fitted kitchen/dining room - Utility room with laundry facilities and storage space for beach gear - Double bedroom with an en-suite shower room W.C and hand basin UPSTAIRS - Spacious sitting room with comfortable lounge seating - Magnificent views from picture windows that look over the garden and far out to sea - Master bedroom with a double bed, hand basin and patio doors opening to a railed balcony GARDEN - Mature sheltered garden on the landward side - Rear garden on the seaward side with a large level lawn bounded by Cornish hedge and a barbecue area LOCAL AREA - Fifteen minute walk down the hill to the historic harbour and also the quiet cove at Port Gaverne - Wadebridge is about 9 miles - Port Isaac and Port Gaverne have small stoney beaches with sand at low tide - Polzeath, Daymer Bay and Rock sandy beaches are all approximately a 15 minute drive PLEASE NOTE - Towels are not available
GENERAL - Short drive from the harbours at Penzance and Mousehole - Set on the edge of a wooded valley - Detached granite farmhouse dating back to the 17th century - Parking for five cars GROUND FLOOR - Large open plan kitchen dining room - Cosy sitting room with open fire - Light and spacious dual aspect bedroom with - En-suite bathroom W.C FIRST FLOOR - Four comfortably furnished light and spacious bedrooms - Two twin bedrooms - Double bedroom - Master double bedroom - En-suite bathroom W.C - Family bathroom W.C GARDEN - There are two garden areas a small patio - Open lawn is set above the gravelled parking area - Main lawn enclosed to rear of property with decking area and BBQ perfect for alfresco dining. LOCAL AREA - Penzance with its long promenade only a seven minute drive - Fishing villages of Newlyn and Mousehole three miles by car - Mounts Bay with is beautiful beach and St Michaels Mount 11 minutes by car - The Minack open air theatre and beach at Porthcurno are 7 PLEASE NOTE - The oil fired rayburn is for cooking, background heat and some hot water. There are additional electric radiators and an immersion.
GENERAL - Attractive mid-terrace granite cottage - Set above the pretty fishing village of Mousehole - Panoramic views across Mounts Bay GROUND FLOOR - Entered from a rather steep pedestrian lane to the front door - Comfortably furnished sitting room with sea views over the village roof tops - Two steps up to dining area also benefits from sea views - Neatly fitted kitchen has a stable door opening to a small service yard UPSTAIRS - Double bedroom has stunning views over the garden and far out to sea - Bathroom W.C. has a wash basin and electric shower over the bath - A door leads off the bathroom to a second bedroom with sturdy 5ft 9in bunk beds GARDEN - Half a dozen gated steps lead down to a delightful sheltered garden with a patio and sundeck - Small decorative pond and a sloping lawn with partial sea views LOCAL AREA - Short walk down hill to the harbour and village amenities - Coastal footpath with lovely scenery close by - Penzance, 3 miles, offers trips by boat to the Isles of Scilly - Beaches of Mounts Bay are a 10 minute drive PLEASE NOTE - Harbour car park 100 yards away where a ticket currently costs £3 per day / £15 per week
GENERAL - 5 miles from the beaches of the Camel Estuary and the fishing village of Port Isaac - End of terrace 18th century cottage - Set in Chapel Amble fronted by a small village green - Off road parking for two cars GROUND FLOOR - Living room with a slate floor - Dining suite overlooking the patio - Comfortable seating arranged before the feature stone fireplace - Four steps up to new kitchen - Utility room with laundry facilities and W.C. and hand basin UPSTAIRS - Rather steep stairs lead up to the first floor - Bathroom W.C. with hand basin and shower over the bath - Master double bedroom - Twin bedded room GARDEN - Six steps up to raised terrace at rear providing a sitting out area; small children require supervision - Front walled and gated patio area with seating LOCAL AREA - Village pub and store/post office 50 yards away - Polzeath and Rock where there is a foot ferry to Padstow are within a ten minute drive - Wadebridge, 3 miles, has bike hire to explore the Camel Trail PLEASE NOTE Towels are not available
GENERAL - Converted detached, double glazed, stone and slate barn - Set in the small hamlet of Rose - One and a half miles inland from the beaches at Perranporth - Entered down a narrow unmade lane - Gravel courtyard which has space for a car GROUND FLOOR - Smartly fitted kitchen area - Bathroom W.C. with hand basin and shower over the bath - Long carpeted living room with some exposed stonework - Dining table and chairs, French Windows overlooking the courtyard, and lounge seating facing the multi fuel stove UPSTAIRS - Master bedroom with a hand carved pine double bed and a hip shaped ceiling - Small childrens bedroom with twin 2ft 6in beds - Thermostatically controlled electric wall radiators in every room GARDEN - Enclosed gravel courtyard with a gazebo, climbing plants and patio furniture set beneath LOCAL AREA - Goonhavern, 1 mile, has a pub and post office stores - Beach, shops and amenities in Perranporth all within a few minutes drive - Truro and Newquay are about a 15 minute drive respectively PLEASE NOTE - Towels are not available - Two neighbours have a right of way to the rear of their properties but this is seldom ever used
GROUP DESCRIPTION - Far reaching views over St Ives Bay - Two miles from the beach at Gwithian - Three thoughtfully renovated, attractive and comfortable properties - Situated on a 100-acre working farm - Undercover storage for bicycles and beachgear - Both stabling and grazing for horses are available GENERAL - Views across unspoilt farmland towards St Ives Bay - Double glazed, single storey barn conversion is the end one of three - The accommodation is completely on one level making it suitable for a family with an elderly relative - Ample car parking in the old farmyard GROUND FLOOR - Open-plan living room with a quarry tiled floor - Modern kitchen / dining area is well equipped with rural views - Leather lounge suite - Half glazed door that opens to a private patio with views over lovely countryside - Pine furnished twin bedded room - Double bedroom has an en-suite shower room W.C. with hand basin -Family bathroom W.C. with bath and hand basin GARDEN - Shared lawn and barbecue area, which has stock proof fencing separating it from the adjacent fields LOCAL AREA - South West Coastal Path at Hells Mouth is just half a mile away - Godrevy Point, overlooking the lighthouse on Godrevy Island is only 2 miles away - Gwithian and Portreath, 2 miles respectively have pubs offering food - Selection of shops in the town of Hayle about 3 miles away - St Ives is about a 20 minute drive PLEASE...
GENERAL - Quiet setting on the edge of Bodmin Moor - Traditional stone detached barn conversion - Set to one side of the owners stone farmhouse - Sauna, hot tub and swimming pool available - Parking available GROUND FLOOR - Dining room with a large wood burning stove - Well equipped kitchen - Living room with comfortable lounge seating - Sun room, which houses a sauna - Separate shower room with steam shower, WC and basin - French windows lead directly onto the patio, with large swimming pool heated via solar panels UPSTAIRS - Two double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom with miniature hip-bath, shower over, WC and basin - One twin bedroom with additional single captain?UR(TM)s bed with pull out bed beneath GARDEN - Patio leads round to a large private hot tub, garden chairs and loungers - Gate from the patio leads into a garden where fish like to swim in the ponds - Wooden table and chairs, parasol and BBQ sit alongside the ponds shared with the owners next door LOCAL AREA - Network of graded cycle trails through the ancient Cardinham Woods - Bodmin with a selection of shops, pubs, leisure centre, golf club is about a 20 minute drive - Blisland, 5 miles, has a local store/P.O. and traditional pub - The Eden Project within easy reach - Water sports and fishing are available at Siblyback Lake nearby PLEASE NOTE - Swimming pool available May - end of September - Driveway to the property...
GENERAL - Traditional, comfortable detached house, the original Mill House for the unrestored mill - Unspoilt little creekside hamlet on a tributary of the Fowey river - Off road parking for 2 cars - Accessed via an uneven granite and cobbled path GROUND FLOOR - House has low beamed ceilings, latch doors and interesting alternatives to vertical walls - Sitting room is comfortably furnished with views down over the front lawn to the stream - Country pine beamed kitchen / dining room - One bedroom with a 2ft 6inch single bed UPSTAIRS - Rather steep stairs lead up to a landing - Double bedroom with hand basin - Bedroom with two 3ft beds and one 2ft 6inch bed and a hand basin - Bathroom W.C. with hand basin and shower over the bath GARDEN - Grassy garden, with useful outside W.C., surrounds the house, edged by the river along one side LOCAL AREA - Little bridge crossing over Penpoll Creek where it is possible to launch canoes and small dinghies at high tide, 25 yards away PLEASE NOTE - One pet only accepted - Bed linen is available at £14 per double & £7 per single per week to be paid on arrival - Towels are not available - Broadband available via BT Openzone Hotspot
GENERAL - Ten minute walk down the hill to the harbour at Lamorna Cove - Detached, sympathetically converted artists studio - Parking space for one car ACCOMMODATION - Short sloping path and one step leads up to the stable front door - Split level living room with a hip shaped ceiling - Fully fitted kitchen with a quarry tiled floor and small dining suite - Two steps lead up to the sitting area with a leather settee facing the electric coal effect stove - Double bedroom with a fully tiled en-suite wet room W.C. with hand basin and walk-in shower area GARDEN - Small decked terrace with picnic table overlooking the lush valley - Pets will require supervision outside. LOCAL AREA - Formerly the studio of Denys Law, he was a painter, woodcarver and copper worker - The Wink pub and The Cove Cornwall are both just a couple of minutes walk away - 10 minute stroll down the hill leads to the small beach at low tide adjacent to the harbour - Gift shop/beach caf? open until 8.30pm in season - St Buryan, 3 miles, has a church, village store/P.O., pub and garage - Penzance is about a 15 minute drive with a ferry service to the Isles of Scilly - Mousehole, Newlyn, the Minack Theatre at Porthcurno and Sennen are an easy drive PLEASE NOTE - Bath towels not available (hand towels provided) - No cot/carrycot accepted
GENERAL - Lovely views extending over rooftops, out to sea and across Mounts Bay - Detached, older style, double fronted bungalow - Set in a grassy informal garden - About 300 yards from the mile long beach at Praa Sands - Parking available for 2 cars GROUND FLOOR - Half a dozen steps up to front entrance lobby - Spacious living room with comfortable leather seating, a dining suite and fine sea views - Two bedrooms, a double enjoying views of the sea and a twin bedded room with garden views to the rear - Bathroom W.C. with hand basin and shower over the bath - Fitted kitchen and an adjacent porch with laundry facilities GARDEN - Five steps lead up to the fully enclosed rear garden which has a sunny patio area and a level lawn - There is a useful outbuilding available for storage of beach gear LOCAL AREA - Sandy beach can be reached on foot in a couple of minutes - There is a pub/restaurant, a post office, surfboard hire and general store close by - Praa Sands 9 hole golf course overlooking the sea is not far away - Marazion, Penzance, Porthleven and Helston are all within a 15 minute drive PLEASE NOTE - Towels not available
GENERAL - Far reaching sea views across to Lundy Island on a clear day - Former scullery is now a self-contained single storey annexe - Set on a 200 acre family run working farm - Set in the tiny hamlet of Halgabron, just a mile from Tintagel - Pets are welcome however dogs should be supervised at all times - Parking for one car GROUND FLOOR - One step leads up to the double glazed patio doors - Living room consisting of comfortable seating, a dining suite and fitted kitchen area - Pine furnished double bedroom - Bathroom W.C. with hand basin and shower over the bath GARDEN - Small lawn and slate paved patio with a picnic table fronts the property on the seaward side LOCAL AREA - Walks across the fields to Bossiney Cove and Rocky Valley - 3 miles from the harbour at Boscastle - Nearest supermarket is in Camelford 5 miles away - The sandy surfing beach at Trebarwith Strand is less than a ten minute drive PLEASE NOTE - No cot – carrycot accepted
GENERAL - Practically on the beach and cove in the village of Cawsand - Comfortable double glazed cottage - Magnificent sea and coastal views - Parking is in the village car park less than 5 minutes walk away GROUND FLOOR - Beamed sitting room with comfortable seating and splendid views of the beach - There is a unique oriel window and splendid views of the beach - Kitchen/dining room with country pine dining furniture UPSTAIRS - Shower room W.C with hand basin and a separate W.C. - Large bedroom with zip linked beds giving the option of two singles or a 6ft double - Single bedded room - Kingsize double bedroom GARDEN - Secluded sun terrace which has a slight drop down to the path - Former boathouse available for storage of bicycles and beachgear LOCAL AREA - Sand and shingle beach with rock pools is ideal for safe bathing - Summer ferry service departs from the beach and operates to Plymouth landing at the Barbican - Cawsand has a pub and hotel and the twin village of Kingsand has a P.O. and a few local shops - Splendid walks along the coastal path to Mount Edgcumbe Country Park PLEASE NOTE - A weekly car park ticket currently costs £28 - Towels are not available - It is not advised that guests rely on public transport for this property