Mugberry Cottage is a detached traditional cottage on two levels, with 17th cent.
origins and 21st cent.
It’s situated on a 7 acre smallholding about a ten minute walk from Luckett.
Good for couples or small family.
From the pretty garden, step in to the hall and on in to the surprisingly large open-plan living-dining room complete with a wood-burning stove; at the far end is a children’s snug and there’s a neat kitchen and ground floor WC.
Head up stairs to two bedrooms – a super king-sized zip-linked double and a family room, both with lovely long rural views, plus a family bathroom.
At the front is a well tended flower-filled garden with an unfenced wildlife pond and garden furniture – a wonderful spot to sit and enjoy the serene views.
You are welcome to explore the friendly owner’s grounds but small children should be supervised.
There are home produced eggs and bacon (when available) and logs.
A lovely, get-away-from-everything place.
Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double 1 x family room with double and single beds. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, walk in shower, basin and WC. Sitting room with dining area and wood burning stove. Kitchen. Snug. Basin and WC.
About the location
Callington is a Cornish market town, rich in mining heritage and overlooked by Kit Hill, the highest point in the area, donated to the people of Cornwall by Prince Charles to celebrate the birth of Prince William. From the top of Kit Hill there are fabulous views across south-east Cornwall as far as Plymouth Sound. Callington is set in the heart of the Tamar Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and offers a good selection of shops, inns and cafes, as well as being the home of Ginsters Cornish pasties. A few miles away, the quaint village of Calstock clings to the steep banks of the river Tamar and is dominated by the splendid Calstock Railway Viaduct, a giant 11-arched stone construction supporting one of Britain’s most picturesque branch lines running through the Tamar Valley. Other interesting places along the river are Cotehele, a beautiful historic house and gardens owned by the National Trust with a small quay and inn, and Morwellham Quay, a theme park that staged a living history production for the BBC and where visitors can explore the rich mining heritage and watch blacksmiths, potters and craftsmen at work. The pannier market town of Tavistock is only nine miles from Callington and is well worth a visit on your way to a day’s walk on Dartmoor. A splendid base to explore south Cornwall and West Devon.
Note: Spring water.