St Breward 1.5 miles.
Watermill sits on the edge of Bodmin Moor, surrounded by meadows and woodlands and not far from the River Camel.
Situated perfectly for those wishing to explore the picturesque yet wild Cornish coast, with a name which tells the history of this pretty, slate hung property, Watermill provides an ideal touring base.
The porch leads you into the inviting living area, complete with a woodburner for cosy nights in.
A well equipped kitchen has everything you need to prepare a delicious, home cooked meal to enjoy around the large dining table.
Watermill offers three bedrooms; one king size on the ground floor with its own shower.
On the first floor you will find two more rooms; one a double and the other with three single beds.
These share a family bathroom.
The enclosed lawned garden, complete with picnic bench, can be a great place to sit and plan the days adventures or reminisce over memories already made.
Whether you want to explore rock pools, build sandcastles or just relax with a book, you are spoilt for choice with so many beaches nearby; Trebarwith Strand, Polzeath and Tregardock to name but a few.
You might prefer to take in some sightseeing and visit the TV home of Doc Martin at Port Isaac or venture to Tintagel where the legend of King Arthur abounds.
Come inland and visit the former administrative centre of Bodmin and its famous jail, built in 1779 and now part restored as a visitor attraction or maybe enjoy Pencarrow House, a stunning Georgian property used in the past as a film location.