Ideally located in the centre of Cornwall, perfect for touring with easy access to both north and south coasts, this charming semi-detached cottage adjoining the owner's home is set in the pretty village of Mitchell, 7 miles inland from Newquay and 8 miles from the UK's most southerly city, Truro.
After parking in the drive outside the cottage, you enter through the porch into the spacious open-plan living room with two cosy sofas, a dining area and kitchen.
An unusual reading and writing area with a desk, two armchairs and a selection of books is ideal for planning the day ahead.
The shower room is situated next to the bedroom with a super king-size bed ensuring a good night's sleep, the shower room is suitable for those with limited mobility.
Outside, you can enjoy relaxing on the patio with a drink after a day of exploring the beautiful country.
You’ll see why the cottage is called Sunny Corner too.
Almost opposite the cottage is the historic coaching inn and national award-winning restaurant, The Plume of Feathers, which combines the warmth and character of a traditional country pub with one of the finest restaurants in Cornwall.
Offering a bright sunlit conservatory and palm fringed gardens to enjoy in the summer, and a cosy ambience with low oak beams and a roaring log fire in the winter, this has often been described as the perfect pub, all only a minute's walk away.
A great location for a well-earned holiday or short break which can be enjoyed any time of the year.