Moonfield is located off-the-beaten-track in the hamlet of Nancherrow, an area of outstanding natural beauty and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
This former stable and artist studio, dating back to 1840, has been tastefully renovated from tip to toe by the owners who reside in the main house close by.
Comfort, peace and excellent hiking and biking are guaranteed.
The accommodation is reverse level and the entrance is on the first floor with a compact open plan living area with an apex ceiling and dual aspect windows creating a light filled space.
Downstairs there is a sumptuous bedroom with an en-suite shower room with fully bath robes and towels.
A stable door leads from the bedroom to the courtyard garden for sundowners.
Nancherrow is close to the spectacular coastline at Cape Cornwall and the historic mining town of St Just.
A rare find for ramblers, beachcombers, bird-watchers and peace seekers.
Walk from the door through Kenidjack Valley, dotted with mining ruins, to the sea and South West Coast path.
See the iconic engine houses at Botallack where the Poldark mine scenes were filmed and head back via the prehistoric stone circle at Tregeseal.
You can walk to St Just and its traditional pubs serving food, cafes, galleries and curio shops and stock up on provisions at the supermarket, baker, butcher and greengrocer.
For epic views climb the cape next to the secluded sand and pebble beach at Priest's Cove.
For rolling surf and a wide stretch of white sand, head for surfy Sennen Cove.
Follow the scenic coast road to St Ives for galleries, including the Tate, boutique shops and restaurants serving the freshest fish.
St Michael's Mount, Land's End and The Minack, Cornwall's world famous open air theatre, are also a short drive.
Return home to luxurious simplicity and rustic charm, perfect for a couple looking for some peace and quiet in idyllic surroundings.