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Koes , Padstow
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Price: £ 1,300 - £2,934

Sleeps: 12

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Koes provides luxurious light and stylish accommodation which had been furnished to a very high standard and is perfect for both families and group gatherings. This spectacular property is arranged across two floors, inverted in style, and provides an attractive outside space with garden seating, outside shower and hot tub, adding that extra bit of luxury to this eco property. Koes is accessed via a small gate and 5 steps that leads up to an attractive front garden. The spacious entrance hallway with wooden flooring leads to 5 bedrooms all located on the ground floor, each with French windows. To one side of the hallway there are two bedrooms, one double with flat screen TV and Blueray DVD, en suite shower room and WC along with a twin bedroom with flatscreen TV, Blueray DVD, en-suite shower room and WC. On the other side of the hallway there are three bedrooms, one bedroom with two single beds, flat screen TV, Blueray DVD plus an en-suite shower room and WC, one double bedroom with flatscreen TV, Blueray DVD

and sliding doors onto the front garden and another twin bedroom with flatscreen TV. A spacious separate bathroom sits adjacent to the bedrooms and offers a separate shower, roll top bath with handheld shower and WC. The centered staircase with stair gate leads to the spacious first floor where the open plan style living offers a comfortable and stylish lounge with ample seating, wood-burning stove and flat screen TV mounted to the wall with Blueray DVD. The dining area sits adjacent the French windows which open onto a sheltered balcony with outdoor seating and rural views. Adjacent to the living area is a well equipped, modern fitted kitchen with range cooker, providing all the necessary equipment to cater for large families or group gatherings. One further bedroom is located down a corridor leading from the lounge and offers a very spacious king size bed (5ft) with flatscreen TV, en-suite bathroom with roll top bath and handheld shower, a separate shower cubicle and WC plus wonderful rural views across the valley. To the front of the property, the attractive garden with hot tub and garden seating make this area perfect for relaxing and enjoying the outdoors. Koes provides one designated parking space adjacent to the property with additional parking on site.

• Balcony Chairs • Dishwasher • Duvets • Highchair (on request) • Tumble Dryer • TV (Digital) x 4 • Washing Machine • BBQ (on request) • Cot (on request) • Parking • Patio furniture • DVD player (Blue-ray) x 4 • Electric oven • Fridge/freezer • Gas hob • Range Cooker • Stairgates (fixed) • Garden furniture

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Clippity Clop , Falmouth
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Price: £ 238 - £400

Sleeps: 2

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Nestling in a peaceful sheltered valley about 10 minutes by car from Restronguet Creek and Falmouth, this small detached single storey timber clad lodge is set to one side of the owners own home with the use of about 10 acres of fields where the owners sometimes keep their shire horses. Within an area of outstanding natural beauty, Clippity Clop has been purpose built with double glazing, modern conveniences in a pleasant light decor, and restful views along the pretty valley from the comfortable accommodation. Approached from the parking area adjacent to the property where there is space for one car, a gently sloping concrete path leads up to patio doors which open directly into the pleasantly furnished open-plan living room with a slate effect laminate floor. In a light and airy decor with made-to-measure vertical blinds, there are two comfortable leather reclining armchairs with picturesque views of the lush valley, a small mosaic dining set and a smart galley kitchen with modern fitted units. Leading off to the rear is a double bedroom with a fully tiled en-suite shower room W. C. with vanity basin and heated towel rail.

There are two modern electric storage heaters that provide enough warmth all year round and there is also an external utility room with laundry facilities and space for wet weather/beach gear etc. A small gravel patio area sits to one side of the lodge where visitors can enjoy watching the abundance of birds and wildlife that frequent this natural landscape and woodland. The nearby village of Ponsanooth, meaning

bridge at the stream

, is a short stroll and has a friendly village pub, local store/P. O. and church.

Also within a 15 minute walk is the Kennall Vale Nature Reserve with picturesque woodland, ponds and cascading waterfalls. There is a bus stop within a couple of minutes' walk with a scheduled bus service running between Truro and Falmouth, and there is a large supermarket at Penryn, 10 minutes' drive.

Falmouth, home to the National Maritime Museum and Pendennis Castle is about 4 miles, the cathedral city of Truro is 6 miles, and the Bissoe cycle trail is nearby. For garden lovers, the Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trelissick and Trebah are all within a 40 minute drive respectively.

• Duvet • DVD player • Electric hob • Electric oven • Fridge • Microwave • Parking • Patio furniture • Tumble Dryer • TV (Digital) • Washing Machine

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Albion Cottage , Boscastle
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Price: £ 319 - £543

Sleeps: 2

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Albion Cottage is a traditional barn conversion, perfectly situated on the edge of the small village of Tresparrett, just 3 miles from the popular town of Boscastle on the North Cornish coast. The property is accessed via a private driveway shared only with the owners of the property, and offers both quiet and spacious accommodation for a couple. With easy access to many popular destinations along the North Coast, Albion Cottage offers the best of both worlds and is perfectly positioned for either touring or relaxing. With parking for 2 cars right outside the property, the cottage is accessed via a small step and leads straight into galley style kitchen which is well equipped for dining in. To the right of the kitchen, a few small steps lead into a large and spacious bedroom with king-size bed and plenty of space for a cot. A doorway on the other side of the bedroom leads into a hallway with washer/dryer and to one side a separate bathroom with shower over, WC and basin. The spacious living room with dining area is situated on the other side of the kitchen and offers plenty of room with two large sofas to relax and enjoy the vast array of books. The electric effect wood fire along with the German-engineered electrical heating system

makes this room a wonderful place to relax after a long day walking the fantastic coastal paths nearby. To the front of the property there is a small outdoor seating area which overlooks the owner's large and spacious gardens. To the rear of the property, a small private lawned area is provided for letting pets off the lead. The town of Crackington Haven, The Strangles beach, the South West Coast Path, the Valency Valley and Bodmin Moor all within a five mile drive. The popular towns of Bude and Wadebridge, with their boutique shops, restaurants and pubs can be reached within a twenty five minute drive and just a stone's throw from Albion Cottage is a popular dog friendly pub which serves quality food and can easily be reached by foot. Qualified massage therapist on site, to be booked direct with the owner.

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Flora Dora , Falmouth
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Price: £ 386 - £839

Sleeps: 6

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Just five minutes' walk from the head of Mylor Creek and local shops and only a 15 minute drive to the Cathedral City Truro and the historic nautical town of Falmouth, this detached, light and pleasantly furnished bungalow in a mature enclosed garden is set in a quiet residential close offering a convenient base for touring. Approached from a sloping driveway with parking for two cars a step and front door opens into an entrance hall with an adjacent twin bedroom and en suite shower, hand basin and a separate cloakroom W. C. An inner glazed door leads into an open plan living room with comfortable lounge seating and picture window with partial creek views over the rooftops and access to the light conservatory leading out to the sun deck and garden. At the rear is a dining area with door to the well fitted spacious kitchen, small utility and access to the rear garden. From the dining area a door leads to an inner hall off which are two light and airy bedrooms, a 6ft double and en-suite bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, W. C and basin and a twin with en-suite bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, W. C and hand basin. The large enclosed sheltered garden extends round three sides of the property and has a decking area, mature shrubs, a sloping lawn and an elevated sunny patio. A wooden shed offers storage for bikes and beach gear and there is access to the open drive via two gates. Mylor Bridge just a five minute walk has local shops, a pub, playing field with views of the tidal creek. A Marina and boat hire is 2 miles away at Mylor Harbour next to the Pandora Inn. The cathedral city of Truro is 8 miles, there is a golf course and horse riding nearby, and Bissoe bike hire have a good selection of cycles to explore the picturesque Coast to Coast cycle trail. Falmouth with a variety of glorious sandy beaches is 5 miles and there is also a plenitude of public and National Trust gardens to visit in the area. Flora Dora offers an ideal base from which to explore the inland and coastal locations of this area.

• Cot • Dishwasher • Duvets • DVD player • Electric cooker • Fridge/freezer • Garden furniture • Highchair • Microwave • Parking • Tumble Dryer • TV (Satellite) • Washing Machine

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Hollyhocks Cottage , Bodmin
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Price: £ 419 - £914

Sleeps: 7

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Hollyhocks Cottage is nestled away within the small picturesque hamlet of Hellandbridge, and dates back to the 18th century. It is a traditional semi-detached country cottage full of character and is positioned right next to the Camel Trail, making it ideal for cyclists and walkers alike. This tranquil retreat is surrounded by beautiful Cornish countryside which is perfect for guests wishing to escape from it all yet provides easy access to many wonderful beaches and attractions around the county. The main entrance to the cottage is at the front of the property but guests may find it easier to access the property from the side gate. There are a few small steps into the rear garden and the rear door leads straight into the light and spacious kitchen/ diner which is well equipped for a large family. A utility room and cloak room with WC sit adjacent to the entrance of the kitchen and are perfect for storing coats and shoes. From the kitchen, a doorway leads into a cosy sitting room before leading through again into the family lounge with wood burning stove. The carpeted stairs which are rather steep in style lead to the first floor where there are four bedrooms and a bathroom with separate shower, WC and basin. The bedrooms comprise of two double bedrooms with standard size double beds, one which has an additional en-suite shower room with WC. There is also a twin bedroom with standard size twin beds and a spacious single bedroom. To the rear of the property is a spacious enclosed garden with garden furniture and bbq. Free ample parking is located alongside the Camel Trail, which is adjacent to the property. The St Mabyn Inn with restaurant and the local shop at St Mabyn are located just 2 miles from Hollyhocks cottage. The Camel Trail linking Bodmin Moor to Padstow is very popular with walkers and cyclists and a 3 mile drive will take you into the town of Bodmin which provides the necessary supermarkets or alternatively an 8 mile drive will take you to the market town of Wadebridge. The beautiful beaches and fishing villages on the North Cornish Coast including Port Isaac, Rock, Padstow, Polzeath and Tintagel can easily be reached from Hellandbridge as can the popular attractions of the South Coast including the Eden Project. There is wonderful walking all around; Bodmin Moor and the Cornish Coastal Path to name but a few.

• BBQ • Dishwasher • Duvets • DVD player • Fridge/freezer • Highchair • Microwave • Parking • Patio furniture • Telephone (incoming only) • Washer/dryer • TV (Digital) • Electric range cooker

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Rosehill Cottage , Bodmin
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Price: £ 386 - £839

Sleeps: 6

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Rosehill Cottage is perfectly situated within the small picturesque village of St Breward, and is nestled away with a large garden and views across the valley. The property which is full of character features and dates back to the 18th century but was recently renovated to provide a wonderful home for a family or couples alike. Rosehill Cottage is a tranquil retreat for guests wishing to escape from it all, yet provides easy access to many magnificent beaches on the North Cornish Coast, as well as the popular fishing towns of Padstow and Port Isaac which is famously known for the Doc Martin series. With parking for 3 cars outside the property, Rosehill Cottage is accessed via a few small steps and leads straight into a traditional dining room with wood burning stove and original tiled flooring. To one side, a doorway leads into a cosy lounge which provides an open fireplace, television and views across the garden. Straight through from the dining room, a well-equipped galley style kitchen is to the left which also provides a stable door with access straight back into the garden. On the other side of the hallway, the sole bathroom with shower over, WC, basin and traditional tiled flooring is based on the ground floor adjacent to the kitchen and sits at the bottom of the wooden staircase that leads up to the first floor landing. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms both with standard sized double beds, plus two additional spacious single bedrooms which sit either side of the upstairs landing. To the front of the property there is a large stone driveway which can park up to three cars. The generous sized garden with garden furniture provides views across the valley. The moorland village of St Breward is the highest and largest on Bodmin Moor. The village provides its own Post Office, village store and The Old Inn pub with restaurant (dating back to the 11th century). The Camel Trail is also very popular with cyclists and easily accessible from the property. A 10 mile drive will take you to the popular fishing villages on the north coast such as Trebarwith, Port Isaac and Polzeath and the larger towns of Bodmin, Wadebridge and Camelford are all within a 10 mile radius.

• BBQ • DVD player • Fridge/freezer • Garden furniture • Microwave • Parking • Telephone (incoming only) • Travel Cot • Washing Machine • Electric cooker • TV (Digital)

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Primrose Cottage , Bude
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Price: £ 419 - £914

Sleeps: 6

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Primrose Cottage forms part of a small family run complex of properties surrounded by 11 acres of grounds and accessed via a private tree lined driveway. Extensive sea views of Bude and Widemouth Bay can be seen from the property, and can easily be reached within a 15 minute drive. The grounds provide an array of entertainment, including an outdoor swimming pool, playground and climbing frame, a table tennis barn, a large field for sports plus a wonderful small herd of alpacas which can be visited along with the rabbits and guinea pigs.

The property itself is a spacious two storey mid terraced stone and cob built cottage, forming part of an original 18th century granary. On entering the property, a light and airy corridor will lead you straight down to two spacious downstairs twin bedrooms with standard sized twin beds, one on either side of the corridor plus a downstairs bathroom with shower over and WC. From here, a carpeted staircase leads to the first floor with a spacious open plan lounge, kitchen and diner. A further double bedroom is accessed on the first floor by a doorway from the lounge area. The complex of properties are located in a quiet location and when entering the site, private parking can be found in front of the cottage, along with a picturesque garden seating area. A communal area is nearby and provides a coin operated washing machine and tumble dyer as well as tourist information for Cornwall. Just a stone's throw away is the wonderful outdoor swimming pool which sits alongside the owner's property, as well as a small herd of alpacas. The children are welcome to assist the owner at feeding times. The seaside town of Bude provides a wonderful day out for all the family. With its long sandy beaches, selection of shops and restaurants. A scenic canal footpath is fantastic for walks or cycling and the nearby beach at Widemouth Bay is famous for its surfing. Slightly further afield are the picturesque villages of Boscastle, Tintagel and Clovelly, all worth a visit and easily accessible within a 35 minute drive.

• BBQ (shared) • Cot • Duvets • DVD player • Fridge • Highchair (on request) • Microwave • Parking • Patio furniture • Radio/CD Player • Table Tennis (shared) • Tumble dryer (shared) • TV (Digital) • Washing Machine (shared) • Electric cooker

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Goosecott , Porthleven
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Price: £ 319 - £685

Sleeps: 4

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Only a short drive from the picturesque harbour villages at Mullion & Porthleven this detached cottage in its own private walled garden set on a fourteen acre smallholding with Llamas, Alpacas, Goats, Hens, Ducks and Geese grazing the neighbouring fields. Goosecott

is a perfect base to explore the many beautiful beaches and coves on the Lizard peninsula and it is a perfect location for country lovers being close to Gweek at the head of the Helford River. Approached down a pretty tarmac private drive and adjacent to the owners property, known locally as the colonial cottage is Goosecott, a detached farm cottage built on sloping ground with parking for 2 cars. A gate and seven steps lead to the front door opening into the entrance porch with a partial countryside views. An inner door leads directly into a rustic kitchen / breakfast Room having a neatly fitted kitchen to one side and a farmhouse table and chairs to the other. Leading from the kitchen down a passageway there is a downstairs bathroom W. C with hand basin and shower over the bath. Another door from the breakfast room opens into a comfortable snug with cedar panelled walls and a wood burning stove with two armchairs from here the French doors open into the conservatory spanning the width of the property with a terracotta tile floor, wooden garden dining table and chairs and door to the garden. To complete the ground floor accommodation an inner hall gives access to a pleasant sitting room, which looks out onto the enclosed garden, with two sofas arranged before a wall mounted electric fire. A steep carpeted staircase, with nine treads, leads to a landing dividing to the left and right with two further steps to the double bedroom on the right and two steps to the left giving access to a dressing room with W. C and hand basin and a twin bedroom. The garden is overlooked from all three upstairs rooms. A small enclosed courtyard to the front with a path gives access to the rear garden with a small patio area. From the patio a single step allows access to the small lawn with raised flower bed and a path and gate leading to the private drive. The garden is enclosed by a Cornish hedge and stone wall. The old Stannary Market town of Helston offering a selection of shops, pubs and a supermarket is 1. 5 miles. The larger centres of Truro, Penzance, St Ives and Falmouth all within a 30 minute drive. The harbour side village of Porthleven with its sandy beach is only 4. 5 miles. Praa Sands with its mile long golden sandy surf beach and Mullion golf course are both within easy reach as are the the glorious gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan. The viewing area for the RNAS Culdrose is 1 mile away and offers an excellent opportunity to watch the daily activity of the aircraft based at the station with Flambards Theme Park a 5 minute drive.

• Duvets • DVD player • Electric cooker • Fridge/freezer • Garden furniture • Highchair • Microwave • Music system • Parking • TV (Digital) • Washing Machine

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Thimble Cottage , Mevagissey
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Price: £ 292 - £621

Sleeps: 4

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Midway between Truro and St Austell in the ancient township of Grampound, this delightful Grade II listed renovated character cottage retaining much of its charm is in an ideal position to explore the bustling harbour of Mevagissey only a ten minute drive away and with easy access to the cathedral city of Truro. Set a short distance down a quaint ungated pedestrian alleyway, a stable door opens directly to a spacious open plan living room with oak veneer laminate floor and painted exposed beams. There is a country style modern kitchen with a rustic dining suite and sitting area with comfortable lounge seating arranged next to the wood burning stove with a warm rug. At the rear an arch leads through to the utility room with laundry facilities, coat pegs, storage cupboard and stable door to the small patio outside. In one corner of the lounge a narrow carpeted staircase winds up to the light first floor landing off which are two comfortable bedrooms; a double with a king size bed and two steps down to a twin bedded room. To complete the first floor accommodation is a well presented shower room W. C. with hand basin. The small enclosed courtyard garden can be accessed through a gate from the pedestrian alleyway or through the stable door from the utility room with bistro table and chairs on the wooden decking. There are two allocated parking

spaces in the Dolphin Inn car park nearby. Within a 5 minute walk the village has a dog friendly pub, church, playground and restaurant with a bus service to St Austell and Truro. The nearest local store/post office is in Grampound Road 2. 5 miles, for a wider selection of amenities St Austell is only 6 miles offering a cinema, leisure centre, golf course and home to the famous St Austell Brewery. The Cathedrial City of Truro is only 9 miles and there are many walks in the area with the gardens of Trewithen, Trelissick, Heligan and The Eden Project are all within 10 miles. The beaches at Porthpean, Gorran Haven and Portholland on the South coast are all within 10 miles and the beaches around Newquay on the North coast are within 15 miles. Fishing and pleasure boat trips operate from the harbour in Mevagissey.

• Dishwasher (small) • Duvets • DVD player • Fridge/freezer • Highchair • Microwave • Patio furniture • Radio/CD Player • Stairgate • Travel Cot • TV (Digital) • Washing Machine • Gas Range Cooker • Parking

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Blue Mackerel , Mevagissey
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Price: £ 394 - £855

Sleeps: 6

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Less than a five minute walk from the picturesque harbour with a thriving fishing community and shops this double glazed mews house is one of a small development recently converted from a fisherman's net loft. Furnished to a high standard and arranged over four floors with a parking space and garage, it is an ideal position to explore Mevagissey, Charlestown and the beaches and gardens on the South coast. From the parking space a front door opens at ground level directly into a long hallway with a laminate floor and access to the integral single garage with laundry facilities. There is a downstairs cloakroom with W. C and hand basin and a light day room/study with sliding patio doors to a small balcony overlooking a small stream and the adjacent village park. A winding carpeted staircase leads to the first floor with a light and airy sitting room to the front with comfortable leather lounge seating. On the opposite side of the landing is a modern fully fitted kitchen with an expanding glass dining suite and French windows opening onto a small railed balcony overlooking the playing fields. The carpeted staircase continues to wind up to the second floor where two light and comfortable bedrooms can be found, a double to the front and a twin to the rear, with a fully tiled family bathroom W. C with hand basin and shower over the Jacuzzi bath. From the second floor the winding staircase continues to the master bedroom spanning the whole of the top floor with high vaulted ceilings. A dual aspect light space with a kingsize bed and fitted wardrobes to one side of the staircase and a comfortable two seater sofabed for alternative sleeping arrangements. To complete the accommodation is an en-suite shower room W. C with hand basin. There is private parking for two cars one in an integral garage. Although the property does not have a garden the village playing fields are just 100 yards away. Mevagissey has variety of shops, pubs and restaurants, many specialising in locally caught fish just 250 yards away. There are boat trips and a ferry to Fowey that leave from the harbour, and Portmellon, half a mile, has a sand and shingle beach. Mevagissey is on the South West Coast path and The Coast & Clay Cycle Trail. St Austell is only 8 miles offering a cinema, leisure centre, golf course and home to the famous St Austell Brewery. The beaches at Porthpean and Gorran Haven on the South coast are both within 5 miles. The Lost Gardens of Heligan can be reached by footpath or a few minutes by car and the Eden project is a 30 minute drive.

• Dishwasher • Double oven • Duvets • DVD player • Electric hob • Hi-Fi • Highchair • Home Cinema System • Microwave • Parking • Telephone (incoming and local calls only) • Travel Cot • TV (Digital) x 5 • Washer/dryer • Fridge/freezer

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