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Sweetpea

St Dennis near St. Austell, Cornwall

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The Property

Indian Queens 2 miles. A lovingly renovated, semi-detached barn conversion situated on the ruraloutskirts of the quiet village of Indian Queens, just 9 miles from the surf capital, Newquay. This beautifully spacious Newquay holiday accommodation boasts modern, open plan living, two bedrooms, one of which is en-suite, and a warming woodburning stove in the sitting area. This beautifully converted property enjoys panoramic views across nearby Goss Moor, and offers spacious accommodation, boasting an air of modern sophistication whilst still maintaining some original charm. With its bright, comfortable spaces, and welcoming atmosphere, this Newquay cottage makes a perfect base from which to explore the surrounding countryside, coastal paths and pretty fishing villages. The Eden Project and Newquay's National Surfing Centre are both easily accessible, making this a great Cornwall cottage all year round.

Accommodation

All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Open plan living area with modern, fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.

Amenities

Gas central heating with woodburning stove in sitting area. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD. Gas and power inc. in rent. Wood and firelighters for woodburning stove can be purchased from local garage. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for one car. Shared, enclosed lawned garden with garden furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pubs 1.5 miles.

This property offers the following short breaks: Help

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At a glance

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Sleeps:4
Bedrooms:2
Bathrooms:2
Pets:No

Cottage features

  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Open fire
  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher

About the location

Indian Queens

St. Austell 6 miles; Newquay 7 miles.

The peaceful village of Indian Queens quietly sits at the Western end of Goss Moor, just 7 miles from the surf capital, Newquay. Situated on the edge of China Clay Country, the local area houses reminders of this still thriving industry, although it is now centralised over several miles away from this beautiful, rural setting. With plenty of walking and cycling opportunities from the doorstep, and many great surfing beaches at nearby Newquay, along with the town’s fantastic nightlife and other key resort attractions, this delightful location has plenty to offer.

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Available dates

Fri 18 Apr — Fri 25 Apr (7 nights)
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All prices above are inclusive of the booking fee.

Sweetpea is situated very close to the A30, so different parts of Cornwall seemed easily accessible. Sweetpea is a warm, quiet, lovely space to stay. I would recommend this holiday let for anyone seeking a modern, spacious, warm place. I would certainly stay here again.

Ms Dyer, St. Austell, March 2014

To us it was a perfect holiday. We look forward to a quick return to Sweetpea.

Mr Swadling, Bromsgrove, November 2013

The barn was plainly decorated but had a wow factor with the log burner. The open plan lay out was really good for people with disabilities. The barn was in a pleasant courtyard, private and quiet with parking, small garden and patio area. I would recommend this to anyone.

Mrs Stephenson, Newcastle upon Tyne, August 2013

The county of Cornwall is lovely, lots to see and do. A comfortable base to do it from - very quiet, modern, tasteful furnishings but still retaining the character of the barn. Airy, roomy and warm. I would certainly stop here again.

Mr Coley, Skegness, September 2012

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