This smart, comfortable, detached holiday home, possibly of Victorian origin, sits peacefully 200 yards away from its nearest neighbours in Treburtle, a hamlet of scattered cottages deep in Cornish farmland and woodland.
Set very privately in a big, lawned garden, you can enjoy a spot of trout fishing (by arrangement) in the River Ottery, which flows gently by approximately 600 yards away and accessible via a bridlepath.
Inside there’s a light and airy length of house sitting room with wood burning stove and dining area with French doors to the garden.
Excellent, well-equipped, little kitchen for cooking up a feast and a ground floor shower room.
Upstairs, three cosy bedrooms – a double with lovely long views to Dartmoor and two twins, one of which has a good view, sharing wardrobe space on the landing.
A family bathroom also benefits from those superb views.
Relax after a day exploring in the big, mostly lawned garden surrounded by Cornish banks and fence – plenty of space for youngsters to let off steam.
There are wonderful woods to roam, rich in bluebells throughout spring, or head for the superb, sandy beach at Crackington Haven 9 miles away.
If you fancy a touch of retail therapy, good shops and restaurants abound in Launceston (7 miles), where you can also play golf, and Bude (15 miles), both a pleasant drive through countryside away.
Treburtle Cottage is a very quiet and superbly relaxing spot handily placed for exploring this delightful part of Cornwall at any time of the year.
Three bedrooms: a king size double, two twin bedrooms and a bathroom with bath, basin and WC on the first floor and a shower room with shower, basin and WC on the ground floor. Sitting room with wood burning stove and dining area. Kitchen. Entrance hall.