This is a charming cottage set over three floors, situated in the hamlet of Bowling Green near the village of Penwithick in Cornwall.
With its lovely remote location and cosy living areas, this cottage is perfect for a group of friends, couples or a family to come together and enjoy a break in Cornwall.
Step into the homely Granite Cottage and be welcomed by the homely dining room which serves to be a great spot for sharing a home-cooked meal together.
This leads onto to a sitting room with comfortable leather sofas and a TV for you to curl up an watch in the evenings.
In between the sitting room and the classy, well-equipped kitchen sits a delightful little sun room area with two seats and views over your private garden.
The first floor of Granite Cottage presents you with a family bathroom which boasts lovely black and white tiles along with a fantastic roll-top bath.
This floor also offers a charming king size bedroom and a family room perfect for children, both have plenty of clothing storage.
The master bedroom sits at the top of the cottage under the eaves, it's a spacious room with uplifting velux windows and a large king size bed to ensure a great night's sleep.
To the back of the house sits a great little enclosed courtyard with furniture and a BBQ to make the most of when the sun comes out.
Penwithick is a small yet delightful village which offers everything you need as well as the world famous Eden Project nearby.
St. Austell is the nearest well-stocked town, a place boasting a great range of places to shop, eat and drink for you to enjoy.
Granite Cottage is a splendid cottage in a lovely location.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x second floor king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x family room with 1 adult bunks and 1 single. Bathroom with a hand-held shower, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room. Sun room. External spa suite.
About the location
St Austell 2 miles; Newquay 15 miles
The small, quiet village of Penwithick is situated quite centrally to Cornwall, two and a half miles from St Austell. The village has a convenience store, a fish and chip shop and a Post Office on the main road running through it, and is a wonderful base for exploring the local area. It is just two and a half miles from Charlestown, a delightful little village situated on the coast with a tidal pebbly beach beside the harbour, and several friendly pubs. Three miles away is Cornwall's best known attraction, the beautiful Biomes of the Eden Project. Enjoy fantastic walks on the Polperro Heritage Coast, visit the quaint, bustling fishing villages of Looe and Mevagissey, or travel slightly further afield to the opposite coastline and try surfing or bathing at Newquay and Perranporth. A fantastic place to stay for exploring Cornwall!