Tregithey Barn shares its tranquil and secluded hillside with Tregithey Farm House on the Durra Valley with its own private, tidal quay on Gillan Creek and just one mile from Gillan, with its safe and secluded sand and shingle beach.
Follow the delightful footpath from the property down through wooded glades to the waters edge, a quiet and unspoilt beauty spot perfect for birdwatching or enjoying picnics in serenity.
Here families can take to the water and enjoy boating and canoeing adventures.
Boats can be hired at nearby St Anthony, perfect for discovering the pretty tidal creeks and scenic inlets on the Helford River.
Manaccan, with its excellent PO/stores and thatched pub serving good food and Cornish ales is a one mile amble through the woods.
The ancient market town of Helston is a half hours drive away or visit Falmouth, the buzzing maritime resort with beaches and colourful harbour, curio shops, galleries and food for all occasions; cream teas, ice-creams, fish and chips and pasties, and fabulous restaurants and inns lining the pretty winding lanes.
Discover the Lizard Peninsula's breathtakingly beautiful beach at Kynance Cove.
This hidden gem of Mediterranean-style white sands and azure waters arced by contrasting dark granite cliffs is a must see hot-spot.
Tregithey Barn is an attractive stone barn conversion, ideal for a superb rural retreat.
Situated down a peaceful private country lane, the property sits in a green open space, sheltered by surrounding trees.
With comfortable accommodation, the property has a farmhouse ambiance with beams and rustic wood-stripped floors.
There is an open-plan living room with kitchen and dining space - ideal for lazy breakfasts - with a stable door opening directly on to the garden.
The lawn at the rear, with its quiet and sunny aspect, is perfect for relaxation, alfresco dining and barbecue magic.
Wi- Fi will be available in this property from February 26th 2019.
About the location
Helston 10 miles ; Helford 1.5 miles ; Porthallow 3 miles
The village of Manaccan on the South Helford is small and friendly, with an excellent restaurant, friendly village inn and a beautiful 12th century church. The South Helford is arguably one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of Cornwall. With meandering country roads, picturesque creeks, tidal inlets and pretty waterside villages, the area can be summed up in three words: tranquil, charming and timeless. The perfect spot for enjoying outdoor living, the South Helford’s sheltered coves were made for messing around on the water and strolling leisurely along the banks. Leave your ‘phone behind and embrace the simple pleasures - while away time paddling in the shallows, explore hidden coves with a hire boat from St Anthony, and stroll through woodland to enjoy a picnic on the beach.
Note: Sorry, towels are not provided. Note: Garden is not enclosed.
Note: There is a £100 Good Housekeeping Bond on this property.
Note: Wi- Fi will be available in this property from February 26th 2019.