Nestled in a quiet residential area in the hamlet of Park Bottom, Cornwall, rests this contemporary bungalow, Summerhayes.
A short drive away from both the coastline and countryside of Cornwall, Summerhayes is perfectly positioned for a group of two couples looking to explore the delights of this fabulous part of England.
A driveway benefiting from two off-road parking spaces greets you upon arrival at the property, leading you over the threshold and into a bright hallway, before continuing through to the beautifully-appointed sitting room, featuring two leather sofas gathered around a stylish mounted gas fireplace, inviting you to settle in for a cozy evening in front of the TV after an action-packed day.
Cook up a storm in the contemporary kitchen/diner, boasting a fabulous range cooker as well as a stylish kitchen island, where you can perch to enjoy a glass of wine with the designated chef as they rustle up some tasty treats, loading the dishwasher before heading outside to enjoy a spot of alfresco dining, enveloped by the peaceful setting of the surrounding countryside.
As the evening draws to a close, prepare for bed in the family bathroom, stepping into the spacious walk-in shower to rinse off your sandy toes before resting your head in either of the two double bedrooms.
Water enthusiasts will be delighted with the external utility, offering a handy space to store surf boards and dry off wet suits ahead of another day.
Take the short stroll into the heart of Park Bottom, where you'll find a handy convenience store, ideal for picking up any forgotten essentials for your staycation, along with a traditional country pub, The New Inn, serving up fresh local produce and hosting fun-filled events including bingo and quiz nights.
Head further South to visit the National Trust attraction of East Pool Mine, a metalliferous mine nestled between the towns of Camborne and Redruth, where you can enjoy a guided tour around the beam engine house and the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site exhibition, discovering industrial heritage dating back to the 18th Century.
Spend the day in the bustling town of Redruth, home to an array of shopping opportunities along with a host of eateries and attractions worth visiting, including Appleton Tea Room, where you can indulge in a spot of traditional Cornish afternoon tea, and if you time it right, enjoy a comedy show or listen to some live music at The Regal Theatre.
A stone's throw away from the holiday home is the delightful coastline of North Cornwall, where you can enjoy golden sandy beaches stretching for miles, making sure to stop at Lushington Beach, providing panoramic views from the clifftops across the Celtic Sea.
However you plan to spend your time in Cornwall, be sure to choose Summerhayes as your base.