This beautifully refurbished property is set on the outskirts of the village of Lanner, just two miles from the town of Redruth.
The property is mostly set over one floor although has a mezzanine level which is glass fronted and overlooks the living area.
Garden View offers contemporary and stylish accommodation with an open-plan interior with smart kitchen and bathroom.
The double bedroom on the glass-fronted mezzanine floor is spacious, chic and super comfy with extra squashy sofa for quiet reading (some height restriction).
The interior is light and bright and the sitting room has a flame effect fire for extra cosiness when the sun has gone down after a day of adventure by the ocean.
With an attractive sun-spot patio for alfresco dining overlooking the large garden shared with the owners with a complimentary barrel sauna and raised lawn, there is also a pretty stream and pond in the front garden, it really is quite tranquil.
Lanner village boasts three family-friendly pubs, a superb fish and chip shop and bakery.
Redruth town has lots of shops and a cinema, just 2 miles away.
Enjoy a round of golf or tranquil cycle trail along the ancient Mineral Tramways.
The charismatic cathedral city of Truro has a theatre and a plethora of stores to quench that retail fix.
Explore one of the National Trust houses nearby or visit scenic St Ives - a must visit resort with excellent eateries, coffee shops, art galleries, boutiques and choice of beaches, all arcing around the little harbour.
From maritime Falmouth, take a boat trip or ferry to beautiful Flushing or St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula or visit Pendennis Castle.
Ideal for couples as well as families.
Mostly ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x mezzanine double, 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with flame effect fire.
About the location
Redruth 2 miles; Falmouth 9 miles; Portreath 7 miles.
Just outside Redruth on the road towards Falmouth, Lanner was once part of Cornwall’s mining epicentre. Today, the village is welcoming and friendly, with a number of convenience stores, a bakery, a village hall and several good pubs. Carn Marth overlooks Lanner village from its hilltop location; a former granite quarry, this is now a lovely place for a walk or cycle. Nearby Carn Brea is worth a visit too; here you will find a Medieval castle (now a restaurant), which once belonged to Lord Bassett, the most influential mine owner in the area during the 18th and 19th centuries. The beaches at Portreath and Porthtowan are just a short drive from Lanner, and there are several off-road cycle trails in the area, including the Coast to Coast Trail which follows the original tramway from Portreath on the north coast to Devoran on the south.
Note: regretfully, no children under the age of 5. Take care with children as there is a drop and some steps.