This single-storey, stone-built detached cottage sits in an AONB, 1.5 miles from the small village of Feock, midway between Falmouth and Truro close to the River Fal.
Located within close proximity to the popular National Trust property, Trelissick House with its stunning gardens and wooded walks alongside the River Fal.
Slightly further afield are the beautiful Cornish Gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan which are situated on the picturesque Helford River, near to Falmouth.
The cottage is positioned on a bridleway with excellent walking straight from the door.
It is therefore ideally placed for walkers or for those who just fancy a light stroll.
Discover local sailing hot spots such as Mylor and Flushing; both quaint Cornish villages offering pubs and picnic spots.
For those wanting to see Cornwall's picturesque Roseland Peninsula, this can be easily accessed via a short drive and a hop on board the King Harry ferry.
With added style, homely warmth, private parking and a location that allows ease of access across Cornwall's South-West region, Tregye Cottage cannot be beaten for couple's runaway breaks.
With exposed beams, a woodburning stove and the added bonus of a sun trap patio, this gorgeous cottage is very much a romantic retreat for couples.
On entering the property, you will be greeted by high vaulted ceilings and lots of natural light in the open-plan living area.
The feeling of space is further enhanced by floor-to-ceiling windows at the rear of the property by the kitchen and dining area.
Away from the living area, you will find a serene king-size double bedroom, again with vaulted ceilings to add to the romance.
Access your own private patio complete with bistro-style furniture from which to fully embrace country living and indulge in something delicious.
About the location
St Agnes 8.6 miles; Falmouth 11 miles; Redruth 11.5 miles, Newquay 13.6 miles, Eden Project 18 miles, Lizard Peninsula 18 miles, St Ives 25 miles, Land's End 36 miles..
Truro is the retail centre of Cornwall with a good range of independent shops as well as national stores all within a compact city centre. With its eclectic range of art galleries, bars, restaurants, cinema, theatre, museum and outstanding cathedral this small city is a superb year round destination. Steeped in history and intriguing architecture there is always plenty to do and see. Just meandering through the Georgian cobbled streets is a pleasure in itself. With many peaceful parks all within a short stroll from the centre it is a most relaxing city to visit. A wonderful day trip can be had from Truro to Falmouth along the stunning Fal estuary with many options to disembark and pick up the boat later along the scenic river trip.
Note: Babes-in-arms only.