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Set in rolling countryside between Falmouth and Helston, a central location to discover Cornwall

Bedrooms 1
Property type apartment
Minimum Stay 0 - 7 nights


About the property

Nine Maidens - a barn conversion that sleeps 2 guests in 1 bedroom

Set in the rolling countryside equidistant between Camborne, Falmouth and Helston this is a fantastic central position from which to discover Cornwall, glorious sandy beaches on the North and South Coast with numerous famous surfing breaks are close by. The stunning coastal path and almost all of Cornwalls fantastic tourist attractions are within easy reach. The vibrant port of Falmouth is a 15 minute drive with its plethora of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.

This level spacious barn conversion boasts an open plan lounge / kitchen and diner and the beautifully appointed bedroom has a 5' king size four poster bed charming white furniture and double french doors that over look the orchard. The luxuriously appointed ensuite bathroom has a sizeable walk in shower along with WC and hand basin.


Ground floor: Enters into open plan lounge / kitchen / dining room with a wood burner, fully fitted kitchen area, doorway leading to master bedroom with a stunning king size, 5' four poster bed, also door leading to en suite shower room and WC

Exterior: There is a small sunny patio with parasol, furniture and a barbecue.

Facilities & Services

Heating is via radiators and oil central heating. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of units. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge / freezer. There is a separate washing machine and tumble dryer in the laundry room. The lounge area has a digital TV & DVD player, CD & Radio. There is free WiFi at the property. There is an iron and ironing board.


Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included. Regrettably no smoking is allowed. There is off road parking in the courtyard for a car. STRICTLY NO BABIES OR CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN ARE ALLOWED AT THIS PROPERTY. Nine Maidens has a wood burner and an initial basket of wood is included. Any extra logs can be purchased from the farm, the log store is in the laundry room. There are also fresh free range eggs for sale and an additional freezer in case you need the extra space, please contact the owner for details.

General Booking Information

Arrival / Departure is normally a Saturday.

Short breaks are available as last minute bookings or during the off season.

£100 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.

This is a wonderful property for a couple, cosy yet spacious, you are welcome to wander over the 25 acres of farmland!

More Details

Property Manager
Member since: 2012
Speaks English
Manager indicates their response time is:
Within an hour
Calendar last updated:
24 April, 2018


Accommodation and facilities for this holiday apartment in Wendron in Cornwall

Property Type:
  • apartment
  • Romantic
  • Internet
  • Parking
  • Wood Stove
  • Free Wifi
  • 1 Bathroom
  • - Toilet , Shower Enclosure
  • 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2
  • - 1 Large Double Bed
  • 1 x double - 5' (4 poster)


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Set in rolling countryside between Falmouth and Helston, a central location to discover Cornwall
average rating of 3.0 based on 1 reviews
Shefford, United Kingdom

A nice barn conversion but rather tired

  • 3 of 5

Our initial contact with the owner was very disappointing. Our son had been in hospital with acute appendicitis and complications and having checked online that there were many unbooked weeks we asked if we could move our week. The response was very unhelpful. She wasn't willing to help us herself and said all we could do was contact the agency we booked with. As if they were likely to help when the owner herself wasn't.

The accommodation was a good size and everything you wanted was supplied but everything is very tired and old. The bedding and towels (old and worn) were not up to the standard one would expect.

The accommodation was very clean apart from rather more spiders webs than you would expect.

  • Review Submitted: 19-Jun-2017
  • Date of Stay: June 2017
  • Source: CornwallsCottages Ltd
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Nine Maidens is located just 10 minutes drive from the famous Poldark Mine at Wendron!

Nearby, Helston was originally a thriving port, however as the river silted up over the years, this ceased to be. Where the river joins the sea, is now Cornwall's largest freshwater lake. The market town has a mixture of Georgian & Victorian architecture. On Coinagehall Street is the Blue Anchor, originally a rest house for monks, which became a tavern in the 15th century. This is possibly the oldest brewery in the country selling the strong local brew, Spingo.

Porthleven is approximate 3.5 miles southwest of Helston. This charming fishing harbour also has world class surf break.

A little further along the coast, towards Penzance is Praa Sands, which has a mile of sandy beach. Helston is the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula and to the Helford River, which has some beautiful villages, namely St Anthony in Meneage & Helford Village. North Helford covers the area from Maenporth to Helston and includes places such as Mawnan Smith, Helford Passage, Constantine & Gweek. The area has many delights such as Trebah and Glendurgan Gardens, The Seal Sanctuary at Gweek, Flambards, Poldark Mine, Goonhilly Earth and Satellite Station and The Ferry Boat Inn. With easy access to Falmouth, attractions such as The National Maritime Museum Falmouth, Rick Steins Fish and Chips on Discovery Quay, Pendennis Castle and even St Mawes Castle via a 20 minute foot ferry, are all within reach.

Daphne du Maurier wrote her only romantic novel Frenchmans Creek about the River Helford, and who can blame her, the views really are beautiful. Glendurgan Gardens run by the National Trust hold a 176 year old laurel maze and the 'Giants Stride' swing most popular with children. St Anthony-in-Meneage holds a lovely little church primarily of medieval architecture. Maenporth beach tucked away on the westerly edge of Falmouth Bay boast spectacular views, well worth a visit.

Redruth and Camborne, to the north, are at the centre of Cornwall's traditional industrial heritage. To celebrate this, a new free visitor attraction called "Heartlands Cornwall" has been recently completed just off the A30 in Pool (between Redruth and Camborne). This is the UK's first cultural playground and includes a huge adventure playground made out of timber, including the custom-made "giants trap" which lives up to the legend of Bolster, a local giant, who fell head over heels for a St Agnes maid. Art studios and galleries regularly display pieces by local and national artists. There are wild botanical gardens, world heritage site exhibitions, a visitor centre and regular markets with local produce.


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  • Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included, you will need to bring your own beach towels!

  • Contractual booking deposit: 30.00% rent