Sykes rating 9 Guests 4 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms Pets Yes Features Off road parking Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews 2 Customer Reviews "Lovely holiday cottage." Peaceful surroundings, we loved the sounds of the farm at work. The Aga kept us cosy in October. Internet can be a bit patchy, and no Vodafone coverage, so need to plan your days out in advance. Reviewed by Robert4.4★Oct 2023 "Finding the property was good, the post code took us directly there." Good parking, right outside the property. We were met by the owner as we arrived, who went through a small induction of the facilities, which was good. The owners also left some scones and cream, which we all enjoyed. The mill was fully equipped in the kitchen, the lady’s of the group were very impressed, and it was noted how clean things were. My daughter was impressed with the Aga ranger cooker for the cooking of meals, the Aga was on 24/7, this was great on the chilly mornings, but a-bit over powering on the really hot days, although there were lots of windows and doors to open. Every one we met on the farm were very friendly, especially all the lady’s who were looking after the horse’s , they let the kids ride the horses, lead them to their paddocks, and some grooming. We liked to go for a walk in the evening, to say goodnight to the horses, we all had our particular favorites. The farm is a good base for the north of Cornwall, but be prepared to travel down really narrow lane, if you rely on satnav. Overall we can say that the accommodation has enhanced our week in Cornwall. Thanks Mill Cottage, and all who sail with her. Reviewed by Kim4.7★Aug 2023 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all This property is part of the Cornish Cottage Holidays collection. 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Summary Reverse-level Four ground-floor bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC with adjoining dressing room with 2ft6in day bed suitable for child and space for a cot, 1 x king-size with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 2 x twin Ground-floor bathroom with corner bath, basin and WC First-floor open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove Electric heating available Oil-fired AGA, gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher TV with Freeview Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking available Enclosed rear terrace with furniture, enclosed surrounding garden with lawn, decking, furniture and barbecue Pet-friendly Sorry, no smoking Shop 4.6 miles, pub 3.2 miles Note: Due to the property being based on a working farm, dogs must be kept on a lead The property Pelynt 4.9 miles. Set on a working farm amongst 260-acres of stunning landscape and rolling hills in Loswithiel near Pelynt, Cornwall is this wonderful reverse-level barn conversion, Mill House. Benefitting from pet-friendly living, a spacious decking area with outdoor furniture and original features and beams throughout, Mill House welcomes eight guests, perfect for a family or group of friends looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Park up, enter your new home and be impressed by the four ground-floor bedrooms, each with storage so you can enjoy a clutter-free stay, two of which also boast en-suite facilities so you can get ready or wind down for the day in style. Completing the ground floor is a well-fitted bathroom where you can soak your tired legs or freshen up after a muddy walk with your four-legged friend. Ascending to the first floor, take advantage of the fantastic open-plan living space, the social hub of the home with a splendid array of kitchen appliances, including an oil-fired AGA, guaranteed to ease your self-catered stay. Settle down at the dining table or venture outside to the enclosed decking area, perfect for alfresco dining, where you can tuck in and chat away until the stars appear overhead. When sleep eventually calls, retire to your chosen bedroom, catching your well-deserved rest before continuing on with your adventures. If you can tear yourself away, venture into the charming town of Lostwithiel, where history buffs are certain to love Lostwithiel Museum, housing a collection of artifacts and displays that exhibit Lostwithiel’s rich heritage and past. Stroll through Restormel Castle and admire the views from the battlements before enjoying a picnic in the tranquil surroundings or delight in a picturesque hike to discover hidden valleys, rolling hills and pretty woodland trails. Further afield, take a boat trip down the Fowey River or visit the famed Eden Project which resides a short car journey away and offers a unique attraction that showcases the diversity of nature. With the popular town of Bodmin also within accessible reach, offering Bodmin Jail Attraction, Bodmin Town Museum and Bodmin Beacon, you’ll never be short of things to see or do. Create everlasting memories in Cornwall with your loved ones, with a stay at Mill House. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200. View on map About the location PELYNT Polperro 3.6 miles Looe 3.9 miles Fowey 8.6 miles Liskeard 8.8 miles Deriving its name from the Cornish word 'pluw' meaning parish, Pelynt is a charming village resting in the beautiful county of Cornwall. Less than four miles from the large fishing port town of Looe and the delightful shores of the Polperro Heritage Coast, Pelynt makes an excellent inland base for your next visit to Cornwall, surrounded by glorious countryside and within reach of the vast Bodmin Moor. The village is home to a local convenience shop as well as a SPAR, along with a pub, Jubilee Inn, providing all you need for your self-catered stay. Explore the exciting town of Looe, home to the beautiful East Looe Beach, popular for swimming, you can wander along the pier, take a stroll along the riverfront, and sample the tasty delicacies in the many restaurants and cafés scattered around, with some local history to be discovered at Old Guildhall Museum and Gaol. The idyllic village of Polperro offers a scenic day out, with the pretty Polperro Harbour and Polperro Harbour Heritage Museum showcasing the rich maritime heritage here, with the village also home to the quaint Polperro Model Village. Venture along the South West Coast Path, now recognised as the Charles III Coastal Path, for stunning coastal walks, visit the famous Eden Project, and ramble over the wonderful Bodmin Moor.