This wooden built retreat sits above Flushing Beach, near Gillan within glorious banked gardens that lead down to the coastal path.
Tregartha is a unique holiday home, built in the 1920's and set over two floors, the property exudes charm and character while offering a terrific base for a family and friends holiday.
The ground floor has an open plan living area with dining and sitting area with a cosy wood burning stove and doors onto a large balcony and patio area with ample seating for alfresco meals on a summer's evening, plus a kitchen and two bedrooms with ensuite facilities and a utility room.
The first floor has two further bedrooms with sea views.
Outside there is an additional seating area in the garden which is equipped with a fixed barbecue and has exceptional views across Falmouth.
From the house and garden there are views across the cove to St Anthony.
The cove offers small, safe and secluded beaches and furthermore, boat hire and tuition is available at St Anthony.
Returning guests will know well that this is one of the most unspoilt areas in the county and truly an area of outstanding natural beauty.The creek winds its way inland and provides delightful coastal walks.
There is so much to enjoy nearby; to the south west is the fishing village of Porthallow and the Lizard peninsula, to the north is the enchanting Helford River.
Tregartha make a unique retreat for waterside and rural adventures.
Over two floors. Four bedrooms: 2 x king-size doubles (one with en-suite bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC). 2 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
Helston 10 miles ; Helford 1.5 miles ; Porthallow 3 miles
The village of Manaccan on the South Helford is small and friendly, with an excellent restaurant, friendly village inn and a beautiful 12th century church. The South Helford is arguably one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of Cornwall. With meandering country roads, picturesque creeks, tidal inlets and pretty waterside villages, the area can be summed up in three words: tranquil, charming and timeless. The perfect spot for enjoying outdoor living, the South Helford’s sheltered coves were made for messing around on the water and strolling leisurely along the banks. Leave your ‘phone behind and embrace the simple pleasures - while away time paddling in the shallows, explore hidden coves with a hire boat from St Anthony, and stroll through woodland to enjoy a picnic on the beach.
Note: Towels not included