This cosy detached cottage on the Roseland Peninsula is situated approximately 1/4 mile down a private lane in a secluded wooded valley, adjacent to the owners’ home.
Ideal for families, friends and couples, Mill Cottage has a compact open plan living area with kitchen at one end and stone fireplace for open fires at the other, making it a great all-season bolthole.
There are three bedrooms offering extra flexibility for four guests.
The family bathroom is on the ground floor.
At the front is a very sheltered and sunny enclosed patio.
Adjacent to the cottage there are 4 acres of private grounds for guests and owners use only (owner rarely there).
Immediately adjacent to the cottage is an area of lawn bordered with a stream, continuing down the valley through the rhododendron garden to a wildlife area with open ponds and streams (formerly part of the water Mill collecting the water from springs on the valley side).
There are also two acres of woodland which rise up the side of the valley.
The entrance is fenced and gated, children and dogs should be supervised within the grounds.
Just a 10 minute, streamside traffic free walk or a couple of minutes by car will bring you to the sandy National Trust beach of Pendower, which is also dog friendly all year round.
Mill Cottage is just one mile from the centre of the pretty village of Veryan, which has a Post Office/store and a 16th Century pub which serves good food and quality ales.
Why not go for afternoon tea at the Nare Hotel which is just a peaceful 10 minute walk or lunch at Melinsey Mill less than 5 minutes away by car.
The gardens at Heligan are just a 10 minute car journey and well worth a visit.
For a tranquil getaway, Mill Cottage will not disappoint.
Over two floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size bed. 1 x twin and 1 x bunk beds. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting area with open fireplace.
About the location
Mevagissey 10 miles, Truro 11 miles
Veryan is a picturesque village located on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall. This historic village is home to the famous Round Houses built in the 19th Century and The New Inn, a traditional 16th Century Cornish Inn, which provides quality fine food and drink. Nearby is The Roseland Heritage coast and several safe, sandy beaches. The coastal path winds its way over the cliffs and down among the coves through some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery. Even the wilder north coast with its rolling surf is just 40 minutes' by car.
Note: Children and dogs to be supervised within the grounds as there are streams and ponds. Note: Maximum occupancy four adults.