Set in a beautiful part of Cornwall, Trevillas is an immaculately presented ground floor apartment in an ideal spot from which to explore the surrounding countryside and coast.
This cosy holiday home is just a short drive to Fowey, which was home to English author and playwright Daphne du Maurier.
The Georgian port of Charlestown, with traditional Square Riggers ships which can be found in the harbour and backdrop to the popular TV series Poldark, is just a short drive away, as are the world renowned Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Attached to the owner's' home, Trevillas is surrounded by an acre of well kept gardens, shared with the owners and which you are welcome to enjoy.
Inside, you'll find a bright and sunny living room, a neat kitchen and pretty double bedroom.
Guests also have a private secluded patio area, which, with Cornwall's sub-tropical climate, is ideal for enjoying an evening meal in lovely surroundings.
About the location
Mevagissey 5 miles; St. Mawes 18 miles; Truro 14 miles.
With its history rooted firmly in tin mining, the village of Polgooth is now a quiet settlement on the outskirts of St Austell, frequented by visitors enjoying the area's outstanding countryside. Just 3 miles from the sea, the village is close to several lovely beaches, and the south-west coastal path also runs close by. The area has a host of visitor attractions, with the Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Tall Ships Harbour at Charlestown all within a 15 minute drive. The quaint fishing harbour at Mevagissey, with its passenger ferry across the bay to Fowey, is just 5 miles away, and the beautiful Roseland Peninsula with the villages of St. Mawes and St. Just-in-Roseland lies just a little further. Enjoy a coastal walk and take in the wonderful views, spend a day on the beach, or visit one of the numerous attractions close by. A fantastic location, any time of the year.
Note: Babies and children from 0 to 2 years not allowed