Located just one mile from the picturesque village of St Agnes on the stunning and dramatic north Cornish coast, this cosy cottage adjoins the owners home in the tiny hamlet of Wheal Fire in an area steeped in mining history.
Perfect for walkers, situated close to one of the finest and spectacular stretches of the entire South West Coastal Path, it is also ideal for anyone wanting a quiet relaxing holiday to experience Cornwall at its best.
Accessing the cottage down a tranquil country lane you enter the property at the side of the house into the open plan living room with sitting and dining areas and a kitchen.
On the first floor the spacious bedroom with an en-suite bathroom overlooks neighbouring countryside and offers a good nights sleep after a stirring walk along the coast or a day on the beach.
When it comes to dining out, St Agnes has top quality and award winning restaurants as well as good pubs well patronised by locals, and serving excellent ales and locally sourced food.
The Driftwood spars set just above the iconc Trevaunance Cove has regularly won well deserved awards and even has it's own micro brewery across the road.
With three cosy bars and woodburning stoves making it so welcoming even in winter it is often described as the pefect pub.
Nearby Perranporth offers one of the best beaches in the County and is easily reached by car, bus or by a truly stunning walk along the cliffs.
A great base for a holiday in 'real Cornwall' at any time of year.
One double bedroom with en-suite shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting area with double sofa bed.
About the location
Perranporth 5 miles; Truro 9.5 miles.
St Agnes is a thriving picturesque village on the Cornish coast, with four beaches on the doorstep and surrounded by wonderful countryside. Swim or surf in the clear waters, walk the footpaths and bridleways or hop onto the South West Coast Path. Coasteering, kayaking and horse riding are all available locally, and St Agnes has a regular programme of events and gigs for all the family to enjoy. The local shops offer an interesting selection of produce, from tasty treats to one-off pieces of art as a unique souvenir of your Cornish holiday, and there is a superb range of dining choices with two Great Cornish Food Awards in 2015. St Agnes also has a rich mining heritage which can be explored with a visit to the St Agnes Museum. Head out of St Agnes and you will find plenty of Cornwall’s attractions within easy reach, from the beaches at Newquay to the Tate at St Ives or the cathedral at Truro and of course, the world-famous Eden Project. St Agnes is also in the heart of Poldark Country, the landscapes made famous by the novels and TV series’, the most recent of which was broadcast in Spring 2018. So explore this beautiful region or stay close to home in a friendly bustling village; either way you are assured of a memorable Cornish vacation.