This is a charming one-bedroom, stone-built end terrace, converted barn in the village of Polyphant near Launceston in Cornwall.
It has a modern yet traditional country feel, ideally suited for a couple who want to get away on a nice romantic break full of relaxation in this peaceful village.
As you enter this lovely cottage you will find an open-plan living area with a contemporary-style kitchen, dining and sitting area with a beautiful, cosy woodburning stove at the heart of the home.
Adding to its charming old-time characteristics is the stable-style front door, beamed ceilings and exposed stone wall features in the bedroom.
Outside is a beautiful, quaint garden with a gravel patio.
Why not sit and relax on the comfy chairs with a couple of drinks and nibbles while the sun sets for the evening?
Or snuggle up on the sofa in colder months and enjoy the glow of the lit wood fire.
The beautiful village green and local shop are only a couple of minutes’ walk away, perfect for a morning stroll.
Polyphant is the perfect base to explore Cornwall and Devon and is ideally situated 30 minutes drive from the north coast and 45 minutes from the south.
Bodmin and Dartmoor are within easy reach, and places like the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan are within 45 minutes so you won't be stuck for things to do and places to visit.
The beautiful chocolate-box seaside towns of Bude and Padstow are definitely worth a visit.
This delightful accommodation for two is the perfect base for exploring with a loved one.
One double bedroom with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a woodburning stove.
About the location
Launceston 5 miles; Truro 41 miles.
Just inside the county boundary, this delightful village is situated among rolling meadowland, wooded valleys and winding country lanes. A few miles to the east, the ancient county town of Launceston with its shops, leisure centre, Norman castle and local history museum looks out over the deeply wooded valley and the River Tamar, while in the other direction lie the open spaces of Bodmin Moor, with its craggy tors, spectacular scenery and Daphne Du Maurier’s famous Jamaica Inn. With a wealth of tiny hamlets, country pubs and interesting walks nearby, there is also superb fishing, abundant wildlife and a number of golf courses to tempt the visitor. The north coast beaches are only 14 miles away and the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan can be reached within 40 minutes; Penzance and the far west are just over an hour by car and to the east there’s the wild open spaces of Dartmoor. A magical area for those seeking peace, tranquillity, stunning scenery and a wide range of attractions.