Perfectly located for touring all of Cornwall, but in particular the stunning north coastline, this beautifully-refurbished, old double-fronted character cottage is set up a quiet lane just yards from St. Agnes’ main high street.
As you drive through the village and up the pretty lane to park in your designated parking spot in front of the private double garage, just a two-minute walk from the cottage, you begin to realise just how little has changed here over the years.
As you enter the cottage you will immediately feel at home and sense the character of the cottage, with the woodburner and old stone fireplace, and appreciate the quality of the stylish refurbishment.
Downstairs is all open plan, with a cosy sitting area, complete with a leather chesterfield, and a well-equipped kitchen with dining area.
Up the stairs is where you will find the two bedrooms and bathroom.
Outside, just a few yards away towards the rear of the property, is a delightful private courtyard with a table and chairs, a coal barbecue, four eco-energy wall lights and a heated lamp, enabling you to continue alfresco dining in comfort, even when it gets a bit chillier in the evening.
St. Agnes proudly sits in both a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a World Heritage Site.
A combination of beautiful beaches, independent shops, and some of the best pubs, restaurants and bistros to be found in Cornwall makes St. Agnes a choice destination for the most discerning travellers.
Add to this the fact that the area is home to some of the best and most dramatic walks along the entire South West Coast Path and you have the perfect location for a holiday, whatever time of year.
About the location
Perranporth 5 miles; Truro 9.5 miles.
St Agnes is a thriving picturesque village on the Cornish coast, with four beaches on the doorstep and surrounded by wonderful countryside. Swim or surf in the clear waters, walk the footpaths and bridleways or hop onto the South West Coast Path. Coasteering, kayaking and horse riding are all available locally, and St Agnes has a regular programme of events and gigs for all the family to enjoy. The local shops offer an interesting selection of produce, from tasty treats to one-off pieces of art as a unique souvenir of your Cornish holiday, and there is a superb range of dining choices with two Great Cornish Food Awards in 2015. St Agnes also has a rich mining heritage which can be explored with a visit to the St Agnes Museum. Head out of St Agnes and you will find plenty of Cornwall’s attractions within easy reach, from the beaches at Newquay to the Tate at St Ives or the cathedral at Truro and of course, the world-famous Eden Project. St Agnes is also in the heart of Poldark Country, the landscapes made famous by the novels and TV series’, the most recent of which was broadcast in early 2015. So explore this beautiful region or stay close to home in a friendly bustling village; either way you are assured of a memorable Cornish vacation.