Hale cottage is a traditional Cornish cottage situated in the coastal village of Pentewan.
This handsome double fronted cottage with countryside and coastal views from the garden offers a real flavour of Cornish cheer.
It sits amid a row of pretty terrace cottages in a wooded valley in the heart of the village, 200 metres from the beach.
Positioned beside a no through road, it is moments from the sea front and the quaint village square with its pub, restaurant, post office and shops.
Arranged over two floors, the property offers a traditional layout with a sitting room with a wood burner, dining room, kitchen, utilities area and WC on the ground floor.
There are three bedrooms on the first floor, one with an en-suite bathroom, and a separate shower room.
Steep steps at the rear lead to a terrace garden with countryside views and coastal glimpses, decking and a barbecue.
There is plenty of attractions for families closeby.
The Pentewen woodland and riverside trail can be accessed from the village.
Explore this scenic and flat traffic-free route on foot or hire a bike from Pentewan Valley Cycle Hire.
Bring a picnic and follow the trail to Woodland Trust's Kings Wood and The Lost Gardens of Heligan.
The world renowned Eden Project is a 30 minute drive and is a definite for garden enthusiasts.
The quintessential Cornish fishing village of Mevagissey with its quaint streets lined with fisherman's cottages, pubs, cafes, restaurants, galleries and shops is within a 10 minutes drive.
The historic port of Charlestown, as featured in the BBC's Poldark's series, is also a must for the itinerary.
Over two floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x king size double with en-suite bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x adult bunks, 1 x twin. Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC. Kitchen, utilities area, dining room, sitting room.
About the location
St Austell 4 miles; Mevagissey 2 miles.
Pentewan is a delightful coastal village set back from the sandy expanse of Pentewan Beach. The village shop and pub draw visitors from far and wide, while the beach is good for children. The coastal path passes through the village and as it climbs up the cliffside towards Mevagissey, the views across the bay toward Devon in the far distance are breathtaking. Good cycle paths pass close by the village, there is a great river close by for fishing enthusiasts, the Lost Gardens of Heligan are just a short walk away, and the historic and scenic Charlestown harbour is also close by. The nearby fishing village of Mevagissey offers many restaurants and fresh harbour fish, while the Eden Project is within easy reach and well worth a visit.
Children under 2 are not permitted at this property.
Max 4 adults and 2 children.