Nestled in the Cornish village of Goonhavern, wrapped in green trees and with Perranporth just a few miles away, is this stone-built barn conversion awaiting your arrival.
Set over the first floor, with a set of steps leading you up to patio doors, this spacious accommodation is just what you need to get away-from it-all.
The open-plan interior welcomes guests into a homely environment brought together with a farmhouse kitchen and dining area uplifted by exposed, painted beams.
The high vaulted ceiling adds character to the space, and absorbs the natural light sweeping in from the windows.
Sit and admire the thoughtful details while you curl up with your loved one on the sofa.
Just off from the lounge area is the double bedroom, with plenty of storage and a lovely dressing table.
There is also a travel cot and highchair available, should you wish to bring along a little one.
Next, the bathroom has been designed with a modern finish.
The outside communal gardens have a lovely spot for sitting out and enjoying the sounds of the countryside.
The lawns are well-kept and the bordering trees offer privacy from the outside world.
Goodhavern is in a wonderful location for the north coast, with a traditional inn, village shop and garden center.
Close by is Perranporth with its sandy shoreline that stretches for miles on a low tide.
Enjoy rock pooling or simply stroll of an afternoon over the golden dunes.
The Watering Hole is an unusual pub resting on the beach and a ideal spot for watching a beautiful sun set.
Make the most of this lovely bolthole for two, in a sought-after location.
Note: Property can be booked with Ref. 990054, together they sleep 7 guests.
About the location
Newquay 9 miles; Truro 9.5 miles.
Perranporth, a beautiful Cornish coastal town, lies in the heart of Poldark Country, the setting for the novels of Winston Graham who lived in Perranporth in the 1930s. Perranporth offers plenty of traditional pubs and shops, plus a classic bucket-and-spade beach that is lifeguarded in summer, overlooked by craggy rocks and a wonderful coastal path. Once known as the source of the finest tin, the community still retains reminders of the rich heritage with abandoned pump houses, mine shafts and workers’ cottages. The local Blue Hills Museum and Perranzabuloe Folk Museum are both well worth a visit to understand the fascinating history of this coastal area. Further afield are the miles of sandy beaches at Crantock and Holywell Bay, and the breathtaking coastal walks around St Agnes, much of it owned by the National Trust. A perfect holiday base in Cornwall, with an abundance of activities to suit everyone.