The Toll House is a detached cottage situated down a lane on the fringes of the small, quiet town of St Columb Major, Cornwall.
It is a former toll keeper’s cottage with a lavish garden bordering a small river.
It has been tastefully decorated and the interior has genuine historic character with its exposed beams and small, leaded windows.
It is perfect for friends or small families.
The property opens up to a living room with a small wood burner, a TV and WiFi, as well as a dining area with a fitted ‘galley’ kitchen.
The kitchen has stairs which lead up to the first floor, which has one double bedroom and a twin or super king-size bedroom.
There is a separate family shower room located on the ground floor.
Outside is a professionally designed riverside garden with furniture.
There are many local attractions, such as several stores, pubs and restaurants a short walk away.
Walkers can take hikes along The North Cornwall Coastal Path to discover famous land marks such as Tintgel (the birthplace of King Arthur).
Newquay is a short drive away and has a variety of leisure attractions which are great for family days out.
Also nearby are Cornwall’s Atlantic coastline with several beaches and Port Isaac for its fishing harbours.
The surrounding areas of the property have many stately homes, world-renowned gardens, adventure playgrounds and theme parks, model railways, fishing lakes and golf courses, all within driving distance.
The Toll House is ideal for a short break or cosy holiday.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king size (zip/link can be twin on request), 1 x double.
Ground floor shower room, with shower, basin and WC.
Living room with dining area and small woodburner.
About the location
ST COLUMB MAJOR
Newquay 7 miles; Padstow 9 miles.
An old and picturesque market town nestled among lush green countryside, just five miles from the North Cornish Coast. The resort attractions of Newquay includes bars, clubs, a zoo, vibrant shops, the National Surfing Centre and fabulous beaches are all just 7 miles away, while 9 miles in the other direction is the sleepy fishing port of Padstow. In between lies a beautiful section of the South West Coast path, winding its way over the clifftops, down to tranquil coves and across some of the region's top beaches. The surrounding area is also a visitor’s paradise with much to see and do, and there's good public transport links available by bus, coach, train and plane. Stately homes, world-renowned gardens, adventure playgrounds and theme parks, model railways, fishing lakes and golf courses are all to be discovered within 10 miles. Even the spectacular Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan, both on the other side of the county, are only 12 miles away, making this a superb base for your Cornish holiday.
Note: Children must be supervised by the river