This end of terrace cottage-style property is situated in the hamlet or Rilla Mill, only 1.5 miles from Sterts Open Air Theatre and just 6.9 miles from Liskeard Set over 2 floors, this charming property provides an excellent base for exploring both moorland and coast.
The ground floor comprises of a kitchen/dining room.
On the first floor is a double bedroom, a bathroom and a sitting room.
The bedroom has the benefit of a balcony, with table and chairs, where you can enjoy the countryside views with a glass of something nice.
Situated next to the owner’s own residence on a quiet country lane, there are some pleasant local walks and if you would like someone else to cook, you have the option of the excellent Manor House Country Inn just a stone’s throw away.
Little Hamlin is just 2 miles from Bodmin Moor if you fancy exploring and a little further afield are the beautiful gardens at the National Trust owned Lanhydrock, Cotehele and Antony House.
The world famous Eden Project, with its unique offering is only 40 minutes away and if you would like to see the sea, the beaches at Whitsand Bay, Seaton and Downderry and the scenic south west footpath are also within reach.
Perfect for exploring Cornwall or just relaxing in a peaceful environment, Little Hamlin is a little gem.
Over two floors. One double bedroom with door to balcony. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Sitting room with TV on first floor. Kitchen with dining area.
About the location
Looe 9 miles, Bodmin 13 miles.
Rilla Mill is splendid base to explore south Cornwall and West Devon. It is a charming village set in a wooded valley on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Bodmin Moor is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty beginning a 5 minute drive away as does the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site Caradon Mining District. The remoteness of the Area means it is a wonderful place to escape the crowds, cycling or on foot, and discover wide open moorland, unique natural habitats, and ancient and industrial landscapes. A recent designation of the whole area as one of only 3 International Dark Sky Parks in the UK means that the view of the stars at night from Rilla Mill is wonderful.
One mile away at Upton Cross is the covered outdoor Sterts Theatre and Arts Centre where a full program of exhibitions and performances are produced throughout the summer months.
The popular fishing village, Looe, is 15 miles away. With its picturesque harbour, sandy beaches, boat trips, many small shops, restaurants, pubs, it is a wonderful centre for a day out or starting point for walks on the coast path to Fowey or Seaton and Downderry, Kingsand and Cawsand.
The Maritime city of Plymouth is 20 miles away where big stores, concert venues, theatres and the historic Hoe with its views of Plymouth Sound make it a must see day out. The British Fireworks Competition which takes place on 3 evenings every August is a wonderful sight that can be viewed, free, from the Hoe to name just one event that takes place in this great natural amphitheatre. Plymouth is also a gateway to the beauty of Dartmoor.
Lanhydrock, Cotehele,and Buckland Abbey are beautiful historic houses and gardens owned by the National Trust within a ½ hour drive. 15 miles away near Tavistock is Morwhellam Quay; a theme park that staged a living history production for the BBC and where visitors can explore the rich mining heritage and watch blacksmiths, potters and craftsmen at work.
Note: No washing machine at the property. Note: Babies welcome, regretfully no children over the age of two years.