1 OF 3 PRETTY DETACHED COTTAGES WITH ORIGINAL FEATURES AND INDIVIDUAL CHARACTER ON A FARM SETTING WITH COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS REGRET NO CHILDREN UNDER 8 YEARS Set within a small hamlet these renovated detached properties are a great base to explore all that Cornwall has to offer. With easy access to both coasts and offering a spacious and practical living area with outside space to absorb the countryside views to Helman Tor. Centrally located between the Eden Project and Lanhydrock House in the centre of Cornwall with easy access to both coasts. To the south are the coastal towns of Fowey Looe and Charlestown. To the North lies the ever popular destinations of Port Isaac (famed in the TV show Doc Martin) Padstow Polzeath one of the countries surfing hot spots and the lovely village of Rock. From the cottage you can visit the local village pubs at Lanivet Luxulyan and Lanlivery. Attractions include the cycling at Cardinham National lobster hatchery Newquay Zoo Karting at St Eval many National trust properties and 18 hole golf course in Bodmin. Amenities: off-road parking. Bed linen towels electric central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no pets. Regret no smoking. Additional info: regret no children under 8 years. Location: beach 8 miles pub and shop 2 miles. Set within its own private lawns this accommodation has been converted into a comfortable and cosy cottage offers ONE bedroom: double with en-suite shower room with WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: open-plan with leather sofa TV with Freeview DVD and hi-fi. Kitchen area with an electric oven and hob microwave fridge/freezer dishwasher and washer/dryer. Outside: private enclosed patio and lawn with seating and BBQ.
Fowey (8.5mls NW), South Cornwall
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