This stone built converted barn is just 3 miles from St Austell in the hamlet of Trethurgy and adjoining Black Rock which is also available to rent and sleeps four.
Situated amid peaceful countryside on a working farm these cottages have been renovated to a high degree.
Two en-suites, sea views, and use of hot tub(Available Saturday- Thursday).
Ideal for families or groups of friends when booked together with Black Rock.
The ground floor has an open plan living room with TV, wood burner and kitchen.
The double bedroom with en-suite shower room is on the ground floor.
The twin with en-suite bathroom is on the first floor.
Carpeting, tiles and wood flooring throughout and feature stone walls.
Fun filled days on the coast can end with a soak in the hot tub or a barbecue on the sheltered deck patio.
Well placed for a varied holiday experience, the renowned Eden Project is within walking distance; Charlestown, famous for its collection of tall ships, is a 15 minute drive whilst the exclusive waterfront town of Fowey; the cathedral city of Truro and the charming fishing village of Mevagissey are a 30 minute drive.
Pet owners, walkers and cyclists can embark on the scenic foot and cycle paths of the Clay Trails and children will love to meet the resident Leghorn and Black Rock chickens, ducks, geese and pigs.
Within walking distance is the Knightor Winery & Restaurant which welcomes families and St Austell offers excellent wet weather alternatives including a cinema, ten pin bowling and indoor children's adventure centre.
Leghorn combines excellent accommodation standards with a tranquil setting for a relaxing break yet is a short drive to the long sandy beaches at Pentewan, Porthpean and Par and some of the county's major tourist attractions
Two bedrooms: Ground floor 1 x double with TV, En-suite shower room, shower, basin and WC, 1 x first floor twin TV, en-suite bathroom, bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen and sitting area.
About the location
Pentewan 4 miles; Charlestown 1.5 miles; Truro 15 miles.
Just a short drive from the pretty south Cornish coast, St Austell is one of the largest towns in Cornwall. The landscape around St Austell is rich in kaolin (china clay) and this once made the region extremely prosperous. Today, the china clay industry is in decline and tourism has become the mainstay of income for St Austell and its surrounding parishes. St Austell town centre is home to a range of independent and well-known shops, an undercover shopping centre and a Local Produce Market, which takes place every Friday and Saturday. There is also a range of excellent restaurants, cafes and inns – from traditional country pubs to 2 AA rosette fine dining. Just outside St Austell is the iconic Eden Project, as well as the award-winning Lost Gardens of Heligan, Mevagissey, and the Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum. There are some beautiful beaches in this area, too – many with good kayaking conditions – and many miles of coastal footpath to explore. The mainly traffic-free Pentewan Cycle Trail runs from St Austell to Pentewan; here you can enjoy a bite to eat at the village pub or beach burger shack before making your return journey to St Austell. One of St Austell’s main events is the Torchlight Carnival which takes place each November – and of course, the World Pasty Championships, which are held at the Eden Project each March!
Note: Max 4 adults. No smoking