Set in a tiny hamlet in the heart of the Tamar Valley, is this beautiful detached cottage.
Lovingly renovated, with charming features dating back to 1864, this romantic cottage is wrapped in green plantings and offers a luxurious interior for you and your loved one.
Nestled between the towns of Liskeard and Callington, you have access to the colourful harbour at Looe and historic fishing port at Polperro.
The rural surroundings only add to the appeal of the property, with an interior full of character.
Walk down the gentle slope, which is lit up at night, and enter into your well-chosen accommodation for two.
You will be welcomed inside by the high vaulted ceiling, stained glass arched windows and original pulpit in front of the stairway.
The open-plan living room boasts a well-appointed kitchen with sleek wooden worktops and bespoke units, whilst the lounge offers Chesterfield sofas to sink into.
Enjoy cosy evenings by the fire, before heading up to the super king-size bedroom.
Considered lighting uplifts the space elegantly, with a window seat adding to the features.
From here you can access the sparkly bathroom, brought together with all-white hues.
Outside you can bask on sun loungers, or indulge in alfresco dining.
The barbecue can offer tasty lunches on the terrace, whilst overlooking stunning views of the open fields.
Nearby is a pub, post office and convenience shop in Callington, as well as Kit Hill towering above the Cornish town.
From here, you can enjoy views across South East Cornwall.
Calstock, is dominated by its 11-arch Railway Viaduct, is a large village and well worth a visit, if only to explore the National Trust's Cotehele.
This medieval house offers gardens, a quay and working mill.
Liskeard is just 14 miles away with further shops, pubs and restaurants, along with a weekly market.
And Looe boasts cobbled streets, twisting alleyways and a lovely beach adjoining the pier.
Frogwell Chapel is a wonderful getaway not to be missed.