Menna Cottage is situated in the rural hamlet of Menna in the heart of Cornwall, the sandy beaches at the coastal resort of Newquay are only 20 minutes away by car.
Period features including a wood burner set in an inglenook fireplace with a granite lintel, exposed beams, oak floor boards, latch doors and deep-set windows, blend with modern amenities.
A stable door leads into an open plan living room and first impressions are pure comfort and simple elegance.
There is a dining table to comfortably seat four and a classic shaker style kitchen with all the mod cons.
On the second floor a flawless bathroom and two splendid bedrooms.
The double bedroom has antique furniture and a Georgian bed topped with a deep mattress and gorgeous bed linens whilst the twin bedroom boasts glorious countryside views.
The lawned garden has idyllic, far reaching countryside views and there is a barbecue and fire pit for summer fun.
In Summercourt and St Stephen both just over 2 miles away are there are a couple of pubs, shops and a post office.
For guests who wish to travel further afield and explore there is Newquay's fantastic Fistral Beach, the big-league venue on the British surfing scene and no seasonal ban on dogs.
There is easy access to the Blue Reef Aquarium, Dairyland Farm World and Newquay Zoo and for walkers there is the startlingly beautiful coast path which traces magnificent cliff tops to Watergate Bay and Padstow.
Or, head to the south coast and visitor hot spots at the fishing village of Mevagissey, the world famous Eden Project and Charlestown, renowned for its tall ships and for the filming of the BBC's Poldark series.
A central spot for those who wish to explore the North and South coasts.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king size double, 1 x Twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor open plan living room with woodburner, kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
St Agnes 8.6 miles; Falmouth 11 miles; Redruth 11.5 miles, Newquay 13.6 miles; 34 miles.
Truro is the retail centre of Cornwall with a good range of independent shops as well as national stores all within a compact city centre. With its eclectic range of art galleries, bars, restaurants, cinema, theatre, museum and outstanding cathedral this small city is a superb year round destination. Steeped in history and intriguing architecture there is always plenty to do and see. Just meandering through the Georgian cobbled streets is a pleasure in itself. With many peaceful parks all within a short stroll from the centre it is a most relaxing city to visit. A wonderful day trip can be had from Truro to Falmouth along the stunning Fal estuary with many options to disembark and pick up the boat later along the scenic river trip.
Note: Regrettably no children under the age of 2 years old.