Truro 4.7 miles.
Offering a stunning remote location, yet just six-miles from Cornwall's only city, Truro, Pencoose Barn 2 is a beautiful stone-built barn conversion resting in St Erme.
Ideal for families seeking country walks, dog-friendly activities and access to many of Cornwall's most favoured places and towns, Pencoose Barn 2 enables a holiday with the perfect mix of country and coast and is located at the end of a 1/2 mile rough farm track.
Enjoying a reverse-level layout, the property features a large apex ceiling on the first floor with exposed timber beams, antique furnishings, and a traditional woodburning stove, coming together with contemporary touches to present a homely setting.
Explore the bedrooms on the ground floor when you arrive and discover the lovely king-size master bedroom which has a TV and an en-suite shower room, with two more bedrooms consisting of another king-size and a twin room, served by a family bathroom.
Travel up the open-tread spiral staircase or the exterior slate steps and be welcomed into the open-plan living space; here you can relax on the large corner sofa while the fire crackles in the background, and watch a film on the large TV with surround sound, dine at the dining table for a family meal, and enjoy breakfasts perched at the bar in the kitchen area, setting you up for another great day.
Spend sunny afternoons out in the garden with a large lawn space with shrubs and flowers to enjoy, as well as a slate patio with furniture, so you can relax and take in the views.
The surrounding area has lots to offer by way of attractions and days out; delight in country walks seeking out historic sites, visit Caerhays Castle, St Mawes Castle or Pendennis Castle.
Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm presents a fabulous activity for all ages, offering tours of their traditional brewery and some free samples, as well as a petting farm which children are sure to love.
Visit the surf capital of Newquay to test the waves of Fistral Beach by hiring a surfboard, or if you don't have experience surfing, simply book a fun lesson with one of the several surf schools on the beach and learn something new!
The Lost Gardens of Heligan feature beautiful outdoor sculptures within mature landscaped gardens, while the Eden Project is not to be missed with its vast array of plant life within the two huge Tropical and Mediterranean bio-domes.
The St Agnes Heritage Coast is a perfect spot to pick up the South West Coast Path and you'll come across some Cornish history along the way with the various ruins and remains of the tin mines along the coast.
As well as the National Trust Trelissick Garden, Newquay's Blue Reef Aquarium, and of course the cobbled streets of Truro, there is plenty to entertain groups of all types.
For a fun-filled holiday enjoy the remote base of Pencoose Barn 2 in Cornwall.