Anchordene is a charming holiday cottage located on a quiet road in the village of Tywardreath (which means House on the Strand), made famous by Daphne Du Maurier.
Tywardreath is a good-sized village on the south coast of Cornwall in between Fowey (4 miles) and St Austell (3 miles). The village has two good pubs, local shops, a fish and chip shop and other amenities close by.
Anchordene is a Victorian property with a wealth of features including a wood stove in the living room, four bedrooms, family bathroom, lavatory, dining room, kitchen and living room. Outside, there is a sun terrace with glimpses of the sea and a lawned garden, stocked with a large variety of plants and flowers.
There are two double and two single bedrooms at the property. In addition, there is an occasional sofa-bed in the living room.
Anchordene has been recently renovated to a high standard and provides comfortable accommodation for up to 6 people, plus a travel cot for children under the age of 2.
Towels and linen are provided and a full cleaning service is provided at the end of the stay. Minimum stay is normally for 5 nights, though there may be circumstances where a shorter period can be negotiated.