This splendid log cabin is based on the working Cliftures Farm on the outskirts of the charming Cornish hamlet of Mabe.
Renowned countryside and coastline rests close by, making Cabin a wonderful return during a holiday admiring the local scenery and opportunities.
The two bedrooms in this cosy getaway are made up of a double and a single, the perfect arrangement for a small family looking to escape for a while.
Freshen yourself up for yet another day of adventure in this lodge's glistening, all-white family shower room with a walk-in corner shower to make use of.
When evening arrives, choose the well-presented living area to put your feet up and unwind.
The layout is thoughtfully open-plan, as the snug seating sits in view of the TV, perfect to curl up with your loved ones for some evening entertainment.
As well as a dining table, this set up includes a stylish and well-equipped kitchen; the attractive cream units complete this property in a charming fashion.
Relax in paradise to the back of Cabin, its decking boasts plenty of furniture overlooking serene countryside with far off sea view, this is a heavenly spot to sit with a glass of wine and simply take it all in.
The village of Mabe is a short journey away, offering a friendly pub and a convenience store.
For a wider range of amenities and things to do, the popular resorts of Penryn and Falmouth are less than five miles away and make for the perfect base to enjoy a holiday on the Cornish coast.
Enjoy quaint shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants as well as picturesque coastline and glorious sandy beaches.
Make Cabin the destination for an unforgettable break in a fabulous part of Cornwall.
About the location
Falmouth 4 miles; Truro 10 miles.
A small hamlet just 4 miles from the maritime town and harbour of Falmouth. The surrounding countryside offers rolling fields, country lanes and misty, atmospheric creeks that wind their way inland from the sea through deep, wooded valleys. The area is perfect for lovers of breathtaking countryside, for enjoying time in boats and for long country walks. Falmouth, with its magnificent natural harbour (third largest in the world), winding streets and beaches will keep you occupied for hours. Its old harbour-side pubs, excellent shopping, Pendennis Castle and the stunning new National Maritime Museum complete the picture. Across the harbour is the beautiful town of St Mawes, surrounded by the rocky coves, sandy beaches and lush green countryside of the Roseland Peninsula. Go there by car (15 miles) or take the passenger ferry from Falmouth (15 minutes).