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Fowey 3.3 miles; St Austell 6.3 miles.
The pretty and historic Cornish village of Tywardreath lies in the heart of Daphne du Maurier country. Tywardreath, which means ‘The House on the Strand’, featured in du Maurier’s book of the same name. Tywardreath church is said to have the best peal of bells in the area, and the village has a lively community centred around the excellent pubs and range of shops. Also there are several safe, sandy beaches close to the village and a variety of watersports and leisure activities available. Par, a small china clay port with sandy beach is a twenty minute walk from the village, and is home to a main line railway station, and the attractive waterside village of Fowey is just 3 miles away, from where there are some dramatic cliff walks to Gribbin Head, passing through much of du Maurier’s familiar landscape. There are many family attractions in the area including Mevagissey and Charlestown harbours, the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Tywardreath is a village that will appeal to families and those keen to explore the rich heritage and gorgeous coastline of South Cornwall.
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This cosy Cornwall cottage is attached to the owners' house in a quiet residential street of individual houses, in the Cornish village of Tywardreath, near Fowey. All on one level this Tywardreath cottage has wide doorways and an open plan living area and may be suitable for guests in a wheelchair. The en-suite bathroom has a walk-in Jacuzzi bath with a seat, also suitable for the less mobile. Outside this Tywardreath cottage there is a paved patio area with garden seating, an ideal spot to catch some Cornish sunshine. This Cornwall cottage is well positioned to take full advantage of the local beaches together with the magical scenery of ‘Du Maurier country'. Historic Fowey, with its restaurants, bistros, galleries and individual shops, is only 3 miles away and can be reached by bus from this Tywardreath cottage as can the lively city of Truro. The Eden Project is a short distance away as are numerous NT houses and gardens, golf, horse riding and an extensive range of watersports. The sandy beach at Par is less than a mile away and Tywardreath village has a good range of small village shops and the welcoming village pub has open fires and good Cornish ales. A warm and cosy cottage with easy access to a range of visitor attractions.
All ground floor. One double bedroom (zip-link - can be twin on request) with en-suite walk-in Jacuzzi bath with seat, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed.
Gas central heating. Combi microwave oven and grill, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD, iPod dock, selection of books and games. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Patio area to front with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pubs 10 mins walk.
Previous visitors' comments about Break Away:
We loved the place - beautiful and peaceful. We loved the cream teas and Cornish pasties. Cornwall is the best place for holiday .
Mr Dervishaj, Hove, April 2013
The friendliness of the welcome and homely touches provided by the owners coupled with the beauty and peace of the area and accessibility of interesting activities made this a peaceful and restful holiday.
Mrs Beattie, Haywards Heath, September 2012
Very peaceful - we loved watching the birds just outside using the bird feeders! We also enjoyed exploring the coastal villages.
Mrs Zamir, Bristol, June 2012
We loved the personal touches at the property with home-made cookies and milk left for us. The owners were really nice and friendly but also left us to our holiday too which was nice.
Good train link to other places in the area and Fowey was really close by which was great - we did need a car to get around but that was fine for us.
Mrs Singleton, St. Albans, June 2012