Ideal for a couple wanting to getaway from it all and spend time together on the stunningly beautiful Lizard Peninsula this charming and quirky cottage is set in the courtyard of Tregoning Manor with woods, waterfalls and streams all waiting to be explored.
Located just outside the tranquil village of St Keverne, Mole's Cottage provides a really romantic getaway in an idyllic location perfect for touring and only three miles from the small unspoilt fishing village of Coverack with it's large crescent shape beach.
Passing through St Keverne you arrive at Tregoning Manor built on the site of an old Cistercian Monastery.
From the moment you enter Mole's Cottage you realise that this is a cottage full of character with stone walls, Cornish slate and exposed wooden trusses.
The open plan living area has a welcoming woodburning stove for cuddling up in front of on the large cosy sofa on cooler evenings and the kitchen has hand made painted units and bright tiles.
Passing by the shower room takes you to the warm and inviting bedroom where you will wake refreshed and maybe fancy breakfast outside in the courtyard amongst the water feature, tree ferns and sculptures.
Of an evening why not stroll into St Keverne where a choice of pubs and an excellent restaurant offer a choice of dining options before returning to the special and unique Moles Cottage.
Note: This property is on the same site as Ref. 958124, together they sleep 6.
One double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner.
About the location
Helston 12 miles.
On the eastern side of The Lizard Peninsula, the pretty village of St Keverne, lying just 1.25 miles inland, is the focal point for this area, with its village pubs and shops surrounding the village square, and an impressive church spire, at one time used to guide the Cornish fishermen home. From St Keverne, you can easily explore the natural and spectacular beauty of the Lizard Peninsula by car, bicycle or on foot. You will find walled fishing harbours, tiny secret coves, sandy bays and dramatic clifftop walks along the South West Coastal path. Just north is the Helford River, a yachtsman's dream and home to Frenchman's Creek, and picturesque Helford village. A short walk takes you to Roskilly’s Farm, where you can tuck in to ice cream to die for. Further afield, visit Falmouth, with one of the world's largest natural harbours, Pendennis Castle built by Henry VIII, and of course you cannot miss out on a trip to The National Maritime Museum.
Note: Adults only, no children.