This spacious, beautifully refurbished detached cottage complete with a hot tub, is situated in the old mining village of St Dennis, only seven miles from the historic market town of St Austell.
Perfectly located for touring all of Cornwall and close to the Eden Project it is ideal for a family or couples looking to explore this area.
Entering into the kitchen the cottage then opens out into the spacious sitting room with a dining area complete with comfy seating and a woodburner for those cooler evenings and off season breaks.
There are two bedrooms on the first floor, a double and a twin, together with the family bathroom.
Outside on the well-designed private decked area a hot tub grabs your attention and is a great place to relax and enjoy whatever the weather.
St Dennis is one of the many old mining villages in mid Cornwall set amidst the 'Cornish Alps', the tips from the china clay industry, which still employs many of the villagers.
As with many other mining villages St Dennis is famous for its brass band, being one of the best in the country.
The whole of the village is quite high above sea level and on a clear day one can see right across the moorland of Goss Moor to the sea on the north coast of Newquay.
The Goss Moor features a network of cycle and walking trails well worth exploring.
Also worth a visit and close by is the granite tor of Roche Rock, with the chapel of St Michael on the top.
Within a very short walk from the cottage the Boscawen Hotel offers good value food and local ales with a warm Cornish welcome.
With the whole of Cornwall within easy reach Bakers Cottage offers an ideal base for a holiday all year round.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area with woodburner.
About the location
St Austell 7 miles.
To the north west of St Austell Bay lies the quiet village of St Dennis, nestling amongst the “Cornish Alps”, named after the conical piles which dominate the landscape. This was once a busy china clay mining area, but is now renowned for The Eden Project, itself built in an exhausted china clay quarry. St Dennis village has a good selection of shops including a chemist and a butcher, and is a perfect base for exploring Cornwall, being mid-way between the north and south coasts, and also with easy access to main roads. Nearby is the Goss Moor trail which offers seven miles of fabulous walking routes. From the rugged coastline between Perranporth and Newquay in the north, to the softer sandy coves around St Austell in the south, there really is something for everyone within easy reach of St Dennis.