|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
The mouth of the Helford River can be seen as you approach the hamlet of Tregarne, reminding you just how close you are to the coast - Porthallow Cove is a short walk across the fields and Helford is three miles away. For those in search of peace, look no further than The Withy, where you can relax in the hot tub, lounge on the private terrace or chill on the lawn with a novel. This delightful annexe, attached to the Owners' home, is accessed by a porch opening into the sumptuously furnished bedroom (kingsize). From here, a step up then down leads through a hall into the kitchen/diner and the shower-room, also on the ground floor. The cosy first floor sitting-room has a television and warming wood-burner to add to your comfort. Decorated with style and flair, a tasteful mix of old and new, in keeping with an era of days gone by. The Withy also benefits from broadband. Complimentary homemade bread. For the more adventurous, why not learn how to bake artisan bread during your stay.
Homemade artisan bread & Introductory Bread Course: The owner runs a small artisan bakery from a studio kitchen at the farmhouse. Fresh bread is baked most days and is complimentary. Come and learn how to make bread the traditional way by participating in a half day Introductory Bread Course which teaches you all the basics required to make delicious bread. You will never buy a loaf from the supermarket again once you have made this bread yourself! The course costs £60 for two.
New for 2012: A top of the range Villeroy & Boch hot tub on its own deck in the garden for sole use of The Withy. And a new bathroom too.
The Withy is located in the peaceful and tranquil hamlet of Tregarne, ideally situated to explore the Lizard peninsula and West Cornwall. There is wonderful walking with the coastal path about a mile away. From the door you can walk to Porthallow, Gillan, Helford & St. Anthony. The coastline is dramatic which varies between rugged coves, sandy beaches, peaceful creeks & sailing waters of the Helford River, made famous by Daphne du Maurier. There are many glorious gardens including Trebah, some of them National Trust such as Glendurgan, the Seal Sanctuary, Goonhilly Earth Station, picturesque villages of Helford, Coverack, Cadgwith, Mullion and many more. The spectacular Kynance Cove is a must to visit. Lizard Point is the most southerly point of England and the lighthouse has recently re-opened for visitors. The major towns of Helston, Porthleven & Falmouth are all within easy reaching distance. There are many nice pubs and restaurants wherever you happen to be.
Other Activities: National Trust gardens, Seal Sanctuary, coastal path, Goonhilly Earth Station, Roskilly's Farm, boat trips
|Rental Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Rate|
19 Dec 2014 - 4 Jan 2015
3 night minimum stay
Please Note: The owner of this property accepts payment in the original currency specified (British Pound), before use of conversion tool. The conversion tool is provided for your convenience only. The owner may accept other currencies if specifically agreed in advance.