Trelyn is a quintessential Cornish cottage lying in the sleepy village of St Day, home to two beautiful bedrooms, this semi-detached dwelling is the ultimate base for your next adventure to Cornwall.
Within a short stroll of the delights of St Day, and set in mid-Cornwall, Trelyn is perfect for touring holidays, with a layout ideal for two couples.
Take your boots and coats off in the tiled porch, passing the handy cloakroom on your left before stepping into the gorgeous, bespoke kitchen boasting a country cottage style with vanilla painted cupboards and a host of appliances, including an impressive Rangemaster electric cooker.
Delight in cooking up delicious dishes in here, afterwards serving up at the lovely dining table in the living/dining room beneath the rustic and original timber beams in the high ceiling.
Move across to the sitting area following your meal for an evening of relaxing on the sofa or one of the armchairs, enjoying a film on the large TV, or simply relishing the company and conversation while the woodburning stove, set within the exposed brick fireplace, harbours a warm fire.
Discover a peaceful moment or two in the fantastic conservatory, with more plush seating in here, it's perfect for sipping your morning coffee or getting lost in a good book.
In the warmer months make the most of the beautiful garden with lots of lawn space and flowers, along with seating for alfresco dining, your canine companion will be overjoyed.
Settle down after a busy day in one of the three bedrooms on the first floor with two king-size bedrooms to choose from; a master bedroom featuring a roll top bath within the en-suite and a walk-in shower, and the second room boasting an en-suite shower room, with both having plenty of hanging space for your things.
The third bedroom is a single room.
Admire the charming village of St Day as you stroll into the centre to pick up essentials from one of the two local shops here, or dine at The Star Inn after an energetic ramble in the local countryside.
Just a few miles away is the bustling town of Redruth which is well-worth a visit for its wider selection of amenities and local history with the Redruth Town Trail being a great activity to enjoy, taking you on a short walk through the town featuring places of historical interest.
Enjoy a day on the beach at Chapel Porth Beach, taking an afternoon stroll up to Wheal Coates along the South West Coast Path, or choose to relax on Portreath Beach, Perranporth Beach or even The Towans Beach on St Ives Bay, there's so many options all within an easy car journey.
Make unforgettable memories by going on an exciting sea safari or sea fishing trip, with boats leaving from St Ives or Newquay, offering you the chance to see marine life like seals and dolphins up close!
Plenty of watersporting fun can be enjoyed on the many beaches and at the nearby Stithians Reservoir where plenty of equipment can be hired including canoes, kayaks, paddle-boards and more.
The popular town of Falmouth is worth visiting for Pendennis Castle and the great selection of cafés and eateries here, whilst other attractions include Enys Gardens, National Trust's Trelissick Gardens and Flambards Theme Park.
Make special memories in Cornwall at Trelyn.