Just 7 miles from the sandy beach and surfing town of Perranporth on Cornwall’s Atlantic coast, Gwennal is a tastefully presented barn conversion, set in a coutyard on a working farm with seven other cottages.
Boasting its own private hot tub and woodburner to relax beside on winter evenings, the property is equipped with all the creature comforts you need to ensure a perfect escape for two or small family.
The open plan interior is comfortable and welcoming, with wider doors, no steps and handrails in the spacious shower room.
Leather sofas welcome you to relax in the well presented living room, with dining area and separate kitchen for rustling up tasty meals.
The bedroom with a super-king bed can be converted to twin beds on request.
Step out onto your enclosed terrace patio, take a dip in your very own hot tub or try your hand at a spot of fishing in the three ponds on site.
Fishing is complimentary, but don’t forget your rod!
There are picnic areas and dog walking within the acre of shared lawn garden and a central courtyard with gazebo and large barbecue for cooking up alfresco banquets.
Centrally positioned, Gwennal is just 4 miles from the cathedral city of Truro where foodies will revel in the vast choice of fine restaurants and bars and for those interested in some retail therapy there are plenty of shops to browse.
For a relaxing atmosphere and great food, the nearby country pub is just 2.5 miles.
Head to the coast, just 7 miles and enjoy the soft sands and rolling waves of Perranporth.
Trewithen Gardens and Nurseries are just 4 miles and young children will love the Lappa Valley Steam Railway, with crazy golf and play areas, it’s a great day out for the whole family.
Whether you enjoy the coast or countryside Gwennel is perfectly placed for couples to explore this beautiful region of Cornwall.
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: Babies welcome, regretfully no children over the age of two years.