Newquay 8 miles
Centrally located making the perfect base for touring all of Cornwall and handy for both North and South coasts, this cosy former tin miners terraced cottage is situated in the heart of the traditional Cornish village of Fraddon just 8 miles from the bustling town and gorgeous beaches of Newquay.
With the Eden project and all the major attaractions close by and within easy reach Verano cottage offers comfortable accommodation in an ideal location for a family or two couples all year round.
The cottage is full of character and so homely with a log burner set in the large inglenook fireplace in the sitting room adding to the feel and most welcoming in the cooler months after a day out exploring the County.
The conservatory overlooking the lawned garden is a most relaxing bright and airy room to enjoy your meals with the patio outside offering al fresco dining on long summer days.
There are two comfortable bedrooms , a double and a twin to enjoy a relaxing night before planning the days ahead over breakfast .
In the village and virtually opposite the cottage is the Blue Anchor Inn, very popular with the locals but where everybody is most welcome, is an unpretentious genuinely friendly pub serving a good choice of traditional home made pub food and a fine choice of locally brewed ales.
A short walk away is the award winning Port and Starboard fish and chip restaurant and takeaway, voted one of the top ten restaurants of its type in the UK where freshly cooked to order meals can be enjoyed throughout the year.
Why not pick up a takeaway after a day on the beach and enjoy it sat out on your sunny patio after a day on the beach.
A really cosy cottage in an ideal central location to enjoy all Cornwall has to offer throughout the year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with woodburning stove. Conservatory with dining area. External utility.
About the location
Newquay 8 miles; Truro 10 miles.
A typically Cornish village, just eight miles from the lively resort of Newquay with its outstanding nightlife and renowned surfing beaches. Little traffic now passes through the village, which at one time was on the old coaching route to London. The surrounding area has much to interest visitors, with stunning gardens, historic houses, superb coastal walking and sandy beaches, several theme and leisure parks and of course Newquay’s famous zoo and sea life centre. Spend a day at the National Surf Centre on Fistral beach, hit the shops in nearby Truro with its cathedral and cobbled streets or savour the atmosphere and experience of the tropical rainforest at the Eden Project (16 miles). There’s something for everyone in this great holiday area.