Perched in the lush countryside of Redruth in Cornwall, resting on the well-kept grounds of the owner’s cottage, is this charming all-ground-floor wooden lodge, Carpenter’s Cabin.
Enjoying an enclosed patio where you can soak up the sounds of birdsong and, within easy reach of the superb Cornish coastline, Carpenter’s Cabin is perfect for a couple seeking a romantic retreat.
As you approach the property via the short track, you will find two convenient parking spaces at the front of the property, where you can unload your bags with ease and step into the lodge to begin your holiday.
Be welcomed in to the open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area, which boasts rustic wooden features and an abundance of natural lighting, where you can look forward to preparing a delicious meal for your loved one in the fully-equipped kitchen, settling down to enjoy over a bottle of wine at the intimate dining table, before retreating to the homely snug to cosy up and enjoy your favourite film on the television.
As night falls, retire to the tastefully decorated double bedroom, where the traditional character of the property transitions through with lovely wooden furnishings, providing ample storage for your belongings.
After your slumber, freshen up for the day in style in the modern shower room, before heading out to enjoy an alfresco breakfast with your loved one at the delightful dining area on the patio.
Grab your walking boots and venture into the town of Redruth, where there is a host of activities and amenities on your doorstep, with its excellent selection of independent shops, pubs and restaurants, beautiful sites such as Burncoose Nurseries and Gardens where you can wander through the 30 acre woodland or the National Trust’s East Pool Mine, where a guided tour will take you through the engine house and boiler room of an 18th century working mine.
Just a short distance from Redruth is the magnificent Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, St Agnes Heritage Coast, where you can enjoy scenic walks along its long stretches of golden sand, as well as the beautiful Chapel Porth and the award-winning Porthtowan Beach, one of Cornwall’s most popular surfing beaches, where you can try your hand at Cornwall’s favourite sport, dip your toes in the blue waters or indulge in dolphin spotting atop the surrounding cliffs.
If you’re looking to explore a little further, the University town of Falmouth should be your next stop, where you will find the remarkable Pendennis Castle constructed by Henry VIII, the National Maritime Museum and award-winning wildlife and sightseeing cruises which will take you on an exploration of Falmouth’s impressive coastline and surrounding waters.
Carpenter’s Cabin is a splendid retreat promising a relaxed holiday in Cornwall with your loved one.