Perfectly located for a relaxing holiday in one of the most picturesque and unspoilt areas of the UK, this lovely cottage has a real home from home feel and is set in the historic Cornish village of Tregony known as the gateway to the Roseland peninsula.
Situated right on the square in the centre of the village you will arrive to the welcome of a proper home made Cornish cream tea.
With comfortable seating and dining areas, a well equipped kitchen and two tastefully furnished bedrooms Langate offers you the perfect base to explore and enjoy this delightful area.
The Kings Arms, a beautiful old coaching Inn with a local reputation for good food and well kept beers is literally a couple of minutes walk away and with the landlord and landlady the owners of the cottage you will be assured of a warm welcome.
Whether enjoying a locally brewed beer beside beside the open fire in the winter or cool drinks whilst dining al fresco in the walled garden this is a traditional Cornish pub to be enjoyed all year round.
Each day can be spent exploring the beautiful beaches, delightful rivers, pretty villages and countryside that make the Roseland such a perfect holiday setting.
St Mawes and it's castle are a 'must visit 'but there is so much more to do and see making this the ideal base for a memorable holiday.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC and basin. Sitting room with coal effect electric fire. Kitchen with dining area.
About the location
Truro 9 miles; St Austell 9 miles.
At the head of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, this ancient village with its long main street of old Cornish cottages and houses is perfectly placed for exploring the region’s many attractions. The world famous Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the National Maritime Museum at Falmouth, Charlestown historic maritime village and the Cathedral city of Truro with its shopping centre, cobbled streets, restaurants and theatre are all within 10 miles. Nearby are several safe, sandy beaches and the coastal path winds its way over the cliffs and down among the coves through some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery, plus there are several Michelin starred restaurants within easy reach. Even the wilder north coast with its rolling surf is just 40 minutes' by car.