This delightful, Grade II listed cottage is situated in the mining heritage town of Liskeard near Looe.
With beautifully rustic features including sash windows, a feature fireplace, Cornish Range cooker and exposed timbers, the cottage oozes charm and character.
The pretty garden - something of a sun trap, with a pleasant lawn and courtyard perfect for summer barbecues – leads you underneath a flowered archway to the front entrance.
Through the hallway, you are greeted by a most comfortable sitting room, finished in calming tones of grey with aqua and mustard highlights.
The pristine kitchen has all the mod cons you could need, as well as a very sweet little pot belly stove – a lovely feature reminiscent of the cottage’s former life.
A good-sized dining room provides plenty of space for everyone to enjoy family meals together.
On the first floor, two well-presented double bedrooms (one with a television) and a single room guarantee a good night’s sleep.
Having gone to great lengths to make the cottage a real family home, the owners have provided a selection of books and toys for children, as well as a mat and bowls for the four-legged members of the family.
Outside, they have also made storage for bikes and surf boards available.
Ideally located for exploring south-east Cornwall, quaint fishing villages and sandy coves are all within a half-hour drive.
Discover fabulous beaches, traditional inns and countless gift shops where you will be sure to find that perfect holiday souvenir.
We also recommend taking the Bodinnick ferry from Polruan to Fowey; if your visit coincides with Fowey’s annual regatta in mid August, you are in for a real treat – a carnival day, a full programme of sailing events, live music and a fantastic fireworks finale.
About the location
Looe 9 miles, Bodmin 13 miles.
The historic market town of Liskeard is located in South East Cornwall at the head of the Looe Valley. The town has a weekly market and is home to a number of shops, pubs and restaurants. The beaches and harbour of the quaint fishing port of Looe is a mere 9 miles away. In-between there’s fishing and watersports at nearby Siblyback Lake, the Donkey Sanctuary at St Ann's Chapel, Cotehele House (NT) and gardens, and the championship golf course at St Mellion International Resort. Head to the world-famous Eden Project for a superb day out with the children. Even the maritime city of Plymouth with its historic Barbican docks area, outstanding shops, theatres and restaurants and the National Maritime Museum is only 30 minutes by car.
Note: Check in time for this property is 4pm.