A beautifully presented barn conversion tucked away on a winding lane and bordered by bountiful countryside near the village of Lanivery in Cornwall.
Surrounded by abundant wildlife and set behind an attractive garden rests this delightful getaway for you and your family.
The original design of the barn has been re-created to reveal a contemporary living space for you to enjoy a comfortable stay whilst appreciating the characterful features coming through in the high vaulted ceiling and stone exterior.
Open-plan and dressed in all-white overtones you will find a lovely living area with a comforting seating arrangement, an opulent woodburner in the corner along with a dining area.
The kitchen finishes off the room nicely, well-presented to a quality standard.
There are two bedrooms to choose from; one double and one twin, and there is a lovely family shower room.
The pretty gardens can be enjoyed from many a position at this delightful property, sit in the elegant garden room for a spot of afternoon tea or out on the idyllic Victorian-style bench.
There is even outdoor table and chairs provided with an umbrella to shade you from the sun whilst you enjoy a meal alfresco.
This is the perfect holiday destination for exploring Cornwall the year-round with Bodmin Moor just around the corner and the chocolate-box seaside town of Padstow in the opposite direction.
Enjoy the rugged cliffs, hidden coves and coastal beaches tied together with river estuaries and walking country.
Or enjoy the magnificent Eden project just 5 miles away, with 2 bio-domes, explore all of the beautiful plants from around the world collected from many diverse climates and environments.
A fun-filled adventure is waiting for you at this splendid barn conversion.
About the location
Lostwithiel 1.9 miles; St Blazey 3.2 miles; Fowey 6.7 miles
This small village and civil parish is situated on the ancient Saints' Way, in Cornwall. Lanlivery church is perched high on a hill and can be seen for miles around. The Saints' Way is a coast to coast walk between Padstow and Fowey, following river valleys and rocks tors. In this moorland parish, The Crown Inn, is a well-kept 12th century long house and offers reputable food and drink. Surrounding countryside towards Bodmin includes the Helman Tor Nature Reserve, and in the other direction towards St Austell is the beautiful Luxulyan Valley and the Treffry Viaduct. Things to do nearby include; Restormel Castle in Lostwithiel, St Catherines Castle and Polruan Blockhouse in Fowey, not forgetting the Eden Project at St Austell and Lost Gardens of Heligan in Mevagissey. Lostwithiel is the nearest town for shops and country pubs as well as a thriving farmer's market and further afield, Newquay offers surfing, cycling and leisurely walks. Lanlivery makes a wonderful base for exploring all Cornwall has to offer.