Nestled on Tregolls Farm, where sheep graze with their lambs in spring and young hens lay eggs for collecting, is this stone-built cottage in an idyllic countryside location.
Rested near Waydebridge, engulfed by fresh Cornish air and a patchwork of green, sunny fields, this family-friendly retreat promises a holiday to remember.
The reverse accommodation takes advantage of the views, with cosy spots to snuggle up with your loved ones.
The original wooden beams and woodburning stove create a warm feeling inside, whilst the modern kitchen offers a home-away-from-home.
The bedrooms are positioned on the ground floor, along with a generous hallway to place a cot bed, should you wish to bring along a little guest.
On sunny days, there's a children's play area with swings and a climbing frame to keep the kids entertained, as you watch on from the cheerful seating area.
Spend a morning at the pets corner and meet the chickens and pygmy goats.
There's nothing quite as good as fresh free range eggs for breakfast, which you can collect from the nest box yourselves.
The games room is great for when it rains, with table football and a pool table, as well as a space to sit and relax.
Around the farm is 107 acres of great outdoors to explore, there is even a scavenger hunt that's been designed with little ones and adults in mind.
Climb uphill to begin with and enjoy a picnic at the mid-way point before taking an easy stroll back down to the cottage.
There's plenty to collect on the way, and you can practice your map reading skills, whilst identifying the abundant flora and fauna dotted en route.
Nearby, Waydebridge is a delightful town offering shops and eateries.
Take the Camel Trail either on foot or by bicycle and wind your way to the harbour town of Padstow.
Bodmin offers a museum and the old Bodmin Jail.
The Eden Project, Falmouth and Fowey all make excellent days out.
This lovely cottage makes the ideal base for exploring all the region has to offer.