Hazel Cottage is a single storey and offers level access throughout. There is also level access to the private patio and BBQ area. The cottage is south facing ensuring maximum sunshine whenever possible! The cottage has been designed to be disabled – wheelchair friendly.
Hazel Cottage benefits from wide hallways, which open directly into the large open plan living areas with high vaulted ceilings and wide patio doors opening to the sun terrace and gardens at the rear with pastoral views.
Hazel Cottage has three bedrooms with the master having a wet room and separate toilet and wash basin. There is also a further bathroom with power shower and bath. There are two further bedrooms each with twin beds.
The fully equipped kitchen offers oven, hob, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dish washer, microwave, kettle, toaster, iron, ironing board, hair dryer.
The dining and lounge area enjoy an unspoilt view over open fields and down the valley towards the Roseland Peninsula.
Vose Farm is an outstanding holiday cottage complex situated in a glorious rural position at the head of the Roseland Peninsula.
Vose Farm is situated just outside the historic village of Tregony, known to many as the “gateway” to the Roseland Peninsula. One of the most unspoilt areas in Cornwall and designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Roseland is widely renowned for its beautiful coastline and scenic countryside. Standing on the eastern side of the River Fal, The Peninsula extends from Tregony to St. Anthony’s Head, much being the ownership of the local Tregothnan Estate and The National Trust.
St Mawes is perhaps the best known destination on the peninsula and needs little introduction as the up-market sailing community renowned for Olga Polizzi’s Hotel Tresanton. Set around the sheltered and picturesque natural harbour at the mouth of the Percuil River, St. Mawes offers direct access to the Fal Estuary and Carrick Roads with some of the finest day sailing waters in the country. Regular racing is organized by St. Mawes Sailing Club with further water sports available on the Percuil River.
The nearest beach is at Porthluney with other notable nearby beaches including Pendower, Carne and Porthbeor. The pretty classic small fishing village of Portloe is approximately 6 miles to the south with Portscatho slightly further away. The Southwest Coast Path provides a variety of beautiful walks along this stretch of coastline including Dodman Point and Nare Head, both of which are in the ownership of the National Trust.
Tregony is just less than 3 miles away where there are general stores, doctors, and a dentist. There are a variety of country pubs in the surrounding area including The Crown Inn at St. Ewe and The Kings Head at Ruan Lanihorne. The Cathedral city of Truro is approximately 11 miles distance and now forms the commercial heart of the county with an extensive range of commercial, professional, shopping and entertainment facilities. In the city centre there is a flagship Marks and Spencer Store, multi-screen cinema and The Hall for Cornwall theatre.