Helston 4.1 miles.
Settled on a beautiful working farm in the stunning Cornish countryside is this delightful single-storey dwelling, Edwin's View.
Home to traditional beams, tiled floors and rough rendered walls, this wonderful abode combines all the contemporary comforts you could wish for in a rustic farmstead, ideal for a family of four.
Be welcomed into the quaint sitting room following a day outdoors and relax on the corner sofa in here, with a woodburning stove providing extra warmth and a TV with Sky perfect for your evening entertainment.
Enjoy peaceful moments in the spacious conservatory, home to an armchair and a sofa, you can sip your morning coffee whilst gazing out over the countryside.
Down the hallway amidst exposed timber beams and delightful décor is the lovely twin bedroom, home to two single beds, a TV and a unique hanging rail made from an old pipe, this room is perfect for children.
The fully tiled bathroom boasts a drench shower over the P-shape bath, providing you with equally luxurious options for how to freshen up.
A romantic king-size bedroom boasts a traditional metal bedstead alongside oak furnishings and windows overlooking the farmyard.
From here, a few steps down take you into the kitchen/diner, a light and airy space, perfect for hosting home-cooked meals around the large extending dining table for any friends visiting, with a wealth of appliances within the sleek, fitted kitchen.
Let the dogs run around the lawn in the enclosed garden with a patio area too with furniture so you can soak up the scenery and even dine alfresco.
Take a trip to the village of Praze-an-Beeble a few miles down the road, home to the nearest shop and pub, while four miles away is the market town of Helston, home to folklore and legend along with plenty of amenities including shops, pubs and restaurants.
Visit The Museum of Cornish Life to learn about the history of the area from the thousands of objects and various exhibits here, or embark on the self-guided Helston Heritage Trail taking you around the streets of one of Cornwall's oldest towns.
Notice the quirky features of the town like the open water channels, or Kennels, bringing clean stream water into the town, as you browse the local shops for fresh produce or souvenirs, or choose a pub or café to dine at.
Helston is home to one of Cornwall's largest farmers' markets so you can pick up some locally sourced goodies every week.
Enjoy the outdoors at Penrose estate where lots of walking paths, cycle trails and even bridleways are mapped out across enchanting woodland and open pastures, with dogs welcome too.
The lovely town of Porthleven lies on the coast and is the UK's most southerly working port with huge sea defences which see visitors flock in during winter storms to watch the wild waves crash against the sea walls, it's quite a sight!
The surf is a great attraction for experienced surfers, whilst Praa Sands still has powerful waves but is much better for beginners and less experienced surfers, as well as enjoying a longer stretch of sandy beach to relax on, perfect for a day at the beach!
With the Lizard Heritage Coast and the South West Coast Path to explore too, you'll have plenty to occupy you on a wonderful escape to Cornwall at Edwin's View.