This charmingly rustic and charismatic cottage near St Cleer in Cornwall.
The interior boasts traditional beams, flagstone floors and exposed granite walls, creating a traditional vibe for family, friends and couples seeking an authentic Cornish retreat.
Cosy up on the sofa facing the woodburning stove in the cooler months after a ramble to stunning South Caradon Mines, just paces from the front door.
Tinners Cottage has an open-plan living space with kitchen and dining area, making a great social space for feasts and relaxation.
The woodland garden is on two levels with a lawn and tree swing and a patio for alfresco dining.
Higgledy-piggeldy stone steps lead to a raised lawn with a pond and a bench.
Enjoy fabulous walks across scenic Bodmin Moor or drive to Siblyback Lake, just two miles away.
Looe, with its colourful harbour, beach, galleries, eateries and inns is less than a 30-minute drive away.
Talland Bay and Fowey are worthy destinations to explore.
Perfectly placed for a fusion of country charm and coastal capers, Tinners Cottage ticks all the boxes for relaxation and recreation for all the family.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan sitting area with woodburning stove, dining and kitchen area.
Slightly steeper stairs than normal. Irregular landing at top of stairs. Please supervise children.
Upper garden lawn has irregular steps and a pond. Please supervise children.
About the location
Liskeard 2 miles; Looe 10 miles
The vast and rugged Bodmin Moor, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, forms over 150 square miles of striking, rocky landscape, with much of it declared a Site of Specific Scientific Importance. This ancient location is home to mystical standing stones, old buildings dating from medieval times and thousands of years’ worth of tin mining heritage. There are plenty of beautiful walks to discover, with challenging climbs up some of the tallest spots in Cornwall, offering fantastic far-reaching views towards both the north and south coast on fine days. The nearby town of Launceston, fondly thought of as the Gateway to Cornwall, can be found to the north east, with beautiful Georgian buildings set around its central square, and romantic ruins of a Norman castle at the outskirts. In the other direction, the historic town of Bodmin lies to the south west, with a host of exciting attractions including its Courtroom Experience, the Bodmin Jail, the Bodmin and Wenford Railway, or a trip to see each of the seven holy wells, which lie dotted around the town. Ancient Jamaica Inn, which lies in the heart of the moor, brims with smuggling and pirate history; almost 300 years old, it's celebrated in Daphne du Maurier’s popular novel and is well worth a visit. With much to see and do, and stunning scenery all around, Bodmin Moor is a delightful destination for your holiday.