|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
Swallow's Roost is a traditional spacious barn conversion, sleeping six. It sits near the pretty village of St Keyne, just three miles from Liskeard and close to the well-known fishing ports of Looe, Polperro and Fowey. Situated on Killigorrick Farm in a quiet valley with five other character holiday cottages, Swallow’s Roost adjoins Robin’s Nest and is accessed down a long winding farm lane off the road. Guests have shared access to 17 acres of the owner’s natural grounds and the property is perfect for exploring the charms of South Cornwall or for simply relaxing amongst glorious countryside close to the sea.
Guests are greeted with a spacious open plan living space which comprises a well-equipped kitchen, dining and sitting areas with a wood burning stove, a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. Downstairs, the three tastefully furnished bedrooms include a double, a twin and a double/twin bedroom with a hideaway guest bed. Outside, the enclosed private garden is a delightful spot to sit and relax in at any time of day with a sunny patio providing the perfect place for alfresco dining in peace and tranquility.
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Three bedrooms – one double, one twin and one twin/double
One bathroom with a shower over the bath
Suitable for a baby (travel cot and highchair available on request)
Children are welcome
The cottage welcomes one well-behaved dog
Private patio area with garden furniture
Welcome hamper, linen and toiletries
Parking for one car
Spacious open plan living space with high pitched ceiling, comprising a sitting area with a wood burning stove, a dining area and a modern fitted kitchen area.
Lower ground floor:
Double bedroom with 5’ bed.
Double/twin bedroom with hideaway guest bed. The under bed simply rolls out, lifts up, creating either double or twin sleeping units.
Bathroom with a shower over the bath.
Oil-fired central heating, wood burner in the sitting room
Electric cooker, 4 ring electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine
Freeview TV, DVD, Radio/CD player & small DVD library
PAYG mobile for incoming and emergency calls only
WiFi internet access*
Travel cot and highchair available on request (please note: cot linen is not provided)
Parking for one car
A delightful barn renovation, built of natural Cornish stone with a grey slate roof.
Designed with your comfort and relaxation in mind with charming features and tastefully furnished.
A spacious open plan living area with a beautiful high pitched ceiling with original exposed timbers and oak floor is a great feature of the ground floor.
Flexible accommodation – one of the bedrooms has a hideaway guest bed which simply rolls out and lifts up, creating either double or twin sleeping units.
Private small garden with a sitting area, perfect for outdoor dining.
Beautiful views across the surrounding countryside.
Access to 17 acres of the owner’s natural grounds, shared with the farmhouse and cottages.
This charming barn for makes an ideal base for a memorable holiday at any time of year, with a minimum stay of 2 nights.
Brilliant in all seasons and the ideal setting for Autumn and Winter breaks, a New Year gathering or Christmas morning. From country walks to Christmas markets, the outdoors can be enjoyed at the most unexpected times. The house is warm and cosy with central heating, a wood burning stove and comfortable beds.
Close to Liskeard and just a short distance from the picturesque fishing villages of Polperro and Looe.
Secluded sandy beaches along the south coast are just a short drive away.
Natural spring water supply from borehole.
Babysitting available on request.
There are many quaint country pubs and restaurants within a short drive including The Plough in Duloe, only 5 minutes’ drive away.
*Internet access is offered at some properties for recreational purposes only and is not meant for business use. Speed/service may vary depending on the package obtained by the owner which is provided to guests free of charge. Should guests experience difficulties or loss of use, neither the owner nor the agent will be held responsible.
Items left behind - There is a charge of £10 to cover packing and our time in returning these items, plus postage costs. Unless claimed, all items will be kept for 1 month and then sent to a charity shop.
The vast majority of holidays are a complete success but things can go wrong from time to time and it is essential to discuss any problems with us at the time of the occurrence. We are committed to ensuring the success of your holiday. Regrettably, we cannot accept any complaints, which have not been brought to our attention at the time of occurrence. Any complaints not resolved locally must be confirmed in writing within 28 days of your return.
Just the right size for a family of 4 and ideally located to explore Looe and the surrounding areas.
I only gave this three stars as we had a few problems/issues with the property, when we were there, but the property overall is lovely & the support from Charles trying to resolve aforementioned issues could not be faulted.
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This traditional spacious barn conversion lies near the pretty village of St Keyne, just three miles from Liskeard and close to the well-known fishing ports of Looe, Polperro and Fowey. Situated on Killigorrick Farm in a quiet valley with five other character holiday cottages, Swallow’s Roost adjoins Robin’s Nest and is accessed down a long winding farm lane off the road. Guests have shared access to 17 acres of the owner’s natural grounds and the property is perfect for exploring the charms of South Cornwall or for simply relaxing amongst glorious countryside close to the sea.
Lying in a stunning peaceful valley, Swallow's Roost is handily situated only three miles from the A38. The sandy beaches and the picturesque fishing villages of Polperro and Looe are only a short distance away, from where wonderful cliff-path walks can be enjoyed along the South West Coast Path.
The ancient market town of Liskeard is only three miles away and offers a selection of pubs, cafes, restaurants and individual shops, some retaining their attractive Victorian fronts and interiors, as well as major supermarkets, so all your needs will be met.
To the north west of Liskeard lies Bodmin Moor, made famous by Daphne du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn.
Just a short drive away is the Eden Project – a spectacular place with its stunning architecture and breathtaking living plant collection.
Many quaint country pubs and restaurants are within a short drive. The Plough in Duloe is a traditional Cornish pub serving good food only 2 miles away and the nearest shop is 1.5 miles.
For more information on nearby attractions and events, visit our website: http://www.staycationholidays.co.uk/holiday/swallows-roost-killigorrick-cornwall/
WALKS IN SOUTH EAST CORNWALL
As well as the many opportunities for walking at the attractions nearby, the South West Coast Path provides many opportunities taking in nearby Seaton, Looe, Talland Bay, Polperro and east towards Portwrinkle, Cawsand and Kingsand. The walk from Looe to Talland is about 6 or 8 miles, of which nearly 3.5 miles are along the coast. Lantic Bay and Lansallos (9 miles), cared for by the National Trust, includes some beautiful stretches of land. Pencarrow Head is a great starting point and a network of footpaths links farmland and wooded valleys to the South West Coast Path and gets you right into a landscape rich in wildlife, conservation and farming.
Spectacular Bodmin Moor is perfect for all types of walking from the short stroll to the more serious cross country adventure (in all weathers!).
Virgin Balloon Flights (8 miles). Virgin’s hot air balloon launch site at Liskeard is a great spot from which to explore this beautiful part of the West Country.
Adrenalin Quarry (17 miles), near Liskeard. As well as the UK’s longest zip wire, there are lots of other activities to take part in and food is available on site with a picnic area, fantastic views and ample parking.
Paddle boarding, canoeing, wet & wild days, coasteering, surfing, cable water-skiing – and much more is available:
Enjoy family-friendly and adventurous water sports at Siblyback Lake Country Park (7 miles). Surrounded by the moody hills of Bodmin Moor, this impressive lakeside location offers a wide range of activities suitable for beginners to keen watersports enthusiasts, including kayaking, sailing, windsurfing and SUP. Siblyback also boasts the only clockwise wakeboarding cable in the UK.
Kayak & paddle board hire at Millendreath (7.5 miles): Explore the water at your own pace at Looe Bay (Millendreath). This sheltered spot lends the perfect conditions for kayaking and paddle boarding.
Adventure Bay are the one-stop shop for all sea lovers, providing surfing classes and coasteering packages for all ages at the beautiful Whitsand Bay (14 miles).
For coasteering in Cornwall with a twist, look no further than Adrenalin Quarry (17 miles) and sign up for their newest adventure, called The Blob.
Head over to Encounter Cornwall to sample one of their great canoe, stand up paddle board and kayaking experiences. The centre is situated in a quiet, safe and sheltered base in Golant at the heart of the Fowey Estuary, 17 miles away.
Looe Golf Club, Looe (6.6 miles).
Whitsand Bay Golf Club, Whitsand Bay (14.2 miles) also boasts an impressive pool, sauna and restaurant.
St. Mellion Golf & Country Club (15 miles).
TM International School of Horsemanship, Sunrising Riding Centre, Henwood, Liskeard (9.7 miles).
Lower Tokenbury Equestrian Centre, Upton Cross, Liskeard (9.7 miles).
Siblyback Lake Country Park, Bodmin Moor (7.3 miles). Permits for rainbow trout angling are available and boats can also be booked.
Colliford Lake, Bolventor, Bodmin Moor (8.1 miles). The lake offers traditional fly-fishing for natural brown trout and is regarded as Cornwall’s premier brown trout fishery. Permits are available from the nearby The Jamaica Inn, an ancient smugglers’ haunt made famous by Daphne du Maurier.
Temple Trout Fishery, near Bodmin (12.7 miles). For anyone looking for quality stillwater trout fishing in Cornwall, Temple Trout Fishery is an enjoyable day ticket option. It’s an old clay working site with deep, clear waters and some formidable trout in residence.
Trewandra Coarse Fishing Lake, Trewandra Farm, Landrake, Saltash (14.3 miles). You’ll find bream, tench, roach and carp here, along with reasonable day ticket prices.
Liskeard and District Angling Club – Salmon and sea trout fishing in 26 miles of Rivers including the Lynher, Fowey, Inny, Seaton and West Looe River.
ROCK AND BEACH FISHING
Conger, mackerel, wrasse and pollack can be caught from most beaches, particularly Cawsand, Whitsand Bay, Seaton, Downderry and Plaidy. Consideration should always be shown to other beach users whilst fishing.
Fishing Cornwall provide Shark, Mackerel, Reef & Conger Fishing in Looe (6 miles). Many day and half-day boat trips are available from Looe, Polperro, Polruan and Fowey. These trips tend to be advertised in the windows of the chandlery shops or along the quayside. In Looe most of the boat trips are advertised along East Looe Quay where noticeboards are put up by the skippers. Simply take your pick of the boat you want and sign on up!! Equipment is usually supplied but check first. Likely catch will be ling, cod, bream and conger.
Looe is also the home of the Shark Angling Club of Great Britain and trips can still be made to try big game fishing for blue and porbeagle sharks.
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