. Characterful farmhouse, three bedrooms, peaceful wrap around garden sea views
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Charming property in Beautiful Cornwall
A charming, large, old farmhouse in rural Cornwall. This house is truly tranquil, the sea can be seen from each of the three bedrooms. It is tastefully decorated, very well equipped and I would certainly love to return to this dreamy haven in the future. The local pub at Porthallow serves fantastic meals, be sure not to miss
The house was beautifully presented and thoughtfully equipped with everything we needed.
We had a lovely time and the house was cosy, comfortable and spacious, perfect for exploring the South Coast and wonderful dog walks.
The farmhouse was absolutely charming. Everything you needed was provided.
We found some beautiful places like Coverak and the local beach and had two fabulous meals in the Five Pilchards. The walk through the woods is not suitable for some older people but other members of the family enjoyed walking the dog to the beach. We had a lovely week and we were all very impressed with the farmhouse. The garden was great and we could see the sea in the distance.
Amazing 😊 Lovely and quiet location. House is well equipped and we had a lovely welcome.
Gorgeous well equipped cottage
Amazing location perfect for everything from the beaches to the towns for shopping
Perfect place for a relaxing holiday
We will definitely be back 👍😊
Didn't want to leave
Beautiful, characterful & well-equipped property in a gorgeous & quiet no-through lane
A house full of paintings, comfortable, very quiet, footpath through woods to Porthallow (pebble) beach about 20 metres from our door (did not actually measure it!) and you can also walk 20-25 minutes (or minutes by car) to St Keverne, where the local shop and excellent butcher have everything you need - we managed with only one supermarket shop on the way down. We had a good meal at the Porthallow pub (there is only one pub there, its a tiny hamlet) - pre booking is ESSENTIAL. Also highly recommend the Fat Apples Cafe about 5 minutes walk from property - fabulous for big breakfasts, superb cream teas and generous crab sandwiches/salads. Cakes also excellent - wonderful having this just minutes from our door! Lovely staff too.
The property itself is spacious with a lounge, study, utility room, as well as adjoining kitchen and dining room plus downstairs loo. A real family home. A good size garden wraps all around the house. Comfortable beds, plenty of DVS (we didn't touch as such good weather), well equipped kitchen (dishwasher too!) - we wanted for nothing. Highly recommend - as long as you are looking for a quiet location.
Lovely old farmhouse with tranquil garden. Every thing you could possibly need on hand, lots of room
We had a lovely holiday in this cosy and comfortable house with peaceful gardens and a view of the sea from the barbecue area. There were a number of sitting areas in the garden so be sure not to miss the high one with the view. Easy walk, (one steepish part near beginning and took approx. 15 mins.) through the woods to the rocky, dog friendly beach and friendly pub. Our dog loved it. Another pub in the pretty village, with shop and further places to eat. Friendly neighbours and owners. Very relaxing. Ever thing made easy in this beautiful cottage decorated with lovely painting of the sea.
Tregaminion forms part of the more easterly reaches of the peninsular and is located between Porthallow cove, about a 15mins footpath walk down the valley, and the Village of St Keverne , 2 miles by road and around 25mins, by path across fields in the other direction .
There are local oppurtunities to surf, fish, hire sail/ motor boats and canoes or go diving. Its handy for walkers too, as Porthallow is the halfway point on the stunning south west coastal path. It is possible to launch boats from the beach and the Five Mackerels Free House serves good food and always has an interesting selection of real ales. The Fat Apples Cafe deserves its excellent reputation for, delicious and healthy food, generous portions and friendly service.
St Keverne, is pretty and practical, in its square there are two pubs, post office, butchers, general store, restaurant, . The health centre is also in the village.
The lizard peninsula is a special part of cornwall this is recognised by its status as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It has much diversity of landscape, flora and fauna. The dynamic coast line of Kynance cove and Lizard point are a great contrast to the oak lined estuary of the river Helford.
The best surf beaches are Coverack, Kennack sands and Poldhu,and nearby Porthkerris is the dive base for the manacles reef, basking shark nature trips can be organised.
Local hire of boats and canoes from St Anthonys and Helford are also available.
Rock, beach and canoe fishing is ideal from
There are many excellent venues for dinning all over the Lizard . The Greenhouse in St Keverne , Roskillys with its wood fired pizza oven, Trelowarren ,the list goes on.
Those interested in the arts and crafts are also well catered for with centres scattered over the peninsular. Porthallow is no exception having its own little gallery.
Garden lovers will not be disappointed either as the Helford estuarys sheltered valleys provide a micro climate for the renowned gardens of Treba and Glendurgan.
Flambards entertainment park has rides, games and regular firework displays, and Helston has its own cinema.