A cosy barn conversion with reverse level accommodation, exposed beams, wood burner stove, feature stone walls sits within a countryside setting.
High level accommodation ideal for a couple or a small family.
Ground floor accommodation consists of one double bedroom with en-suite shower room and one single bedroom with en-suite shower room.
The first floor is a stylish sitting area with wood burner stove and well equipped kitchen / dining room with Velux windows.
Flooring is a mixture of slate and wood throughout.
Outside the garden is a mix of gravel and lawn with a drop on one side.
Positioned roadside in a small hamlet there are glorious surroundings providing a tranquil place to truly get away from it all.
Situated just 6 miles from Portreath where you will find a sandy beach and harbour town.
Don your walking boots and pack a picnic; abundant wildlife and rolling countryside awaits you.
A walk from the cottage will lead you on to The Great Flat Lode, a 12 km circular trail in the heart of the historic mining district.
Equidistant from both the South and North coasts, amazing beaches await you in either direction.
Sandy Porthtowan and Portreath on the North coast are popular with surfers and sunbathers alike whilst Falmouth beaches on the South Coast are all within 30 minutes' drive.
Gwithian Sands offers some of the nicest coastal walks, superb surfing, seal watching and arguably the best beach café.
Paying a visit to iconic St Ives is a must to enjoy browsing the many boutiques and art galleries, including the famous Tate Gallery.
Stop for some refreshments at one of the many cafés and restaurants located around the pretty harbour.
Fabulous Falmouth, also home to The National Maritime Museum, is within easy reach.
For a different day out why not visit the quieter waters of the picturesque Restronguet Creek and take the opportunity to stop for some lunch at the well-known waterside Pandora Inn at Mylor Bridge.
The Hayloft is bursting with country chic charm throughout and offers a blissful rural escape at any time of the year.
About the location
Portreath 4.5 miles; Hayle 7 miles.
Camborne lies in the heart of a former mining community and was well known for its “Queen of Cornish Mines" - the Dolcoath copper and tin mine, the deepest in Cornwall. Today, Camborne is home to Heartlands, a community space covering 19 acres and scattered with remnants of the mining industry, providing a free space for visitors to explore the heritage of Cornwall, browse art and craft projects, stroll through the gardens and sit and share a picnic or enjoy lunch at the Red River Café. From Camborne centre you can follow an interesting town trail, or spend the afternoon in the museum before visiting the array of shops and pubs. A ten-minute drive from Camborne brings you to a wealth of sandy Cornish beaches including Portreath, Gwithian and Porthtowan. Camborne is ideal for exploring Land’s End, the Lizard Peninsula, Truro and the Eden Project, which are all less than an hour’s drive away, ideal for a day trip.
Note: no smoking. Note: Check in time for this property is 4pm.