Hawthorn Cottage is a pleasing, detached cottage looking out towards the beautiful Roseland Peninsula and sitting just a couple of miles from the charming Cornish village of Grampound.
The property is in an excellent spot for exploring this marvellous location, while it also benefits from homely living accommodation, making it ideal for families or groups of friends looking for a rural retreat.
This Cornwall cottage boasts reverse-level accommodation, hosting three tasteful bedrooms and a pristine family bathroom on the ground floor.
The master bedroom benefits from a glistening en-suite shower room, while the other two rooms host twin single beds, perfect for children or friends.
Head upstairs and discover the living area, a homely and open-plan layout boasting a modern, usefully equipped kitchen, a lovely dining area and a comfortable sitting area, the room also displays the most wonderful views of the rolling countryside that engulfs this cosy getaway.
The attractive exposed beams bring a real sense of charm to the place.
Wander out onto the garden outside Hawthorn Cottage, this glorious south-facing spot boasts a lawn and a relaxing patio to sit at and enjoy a BBQ with the accompaniment of the stunning rural vista.
Grampound is a charming village just two miles away, benefiting from a fantastic pub, a restaurant and a shop.
The enchanting city of Truro and the striking town of St Austell are easily reachable, as is the idyllic Roseland Peninsula - making this inviting cottage the perfect stay for those wishing to explore this fine region.
Over two floors: 1 x ground double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x first floor twin. Ground floor bathroom with a shower over bath, basin and WC. First floor open-plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting areas.
About the location
Truro 9 miles; St Austell 9 miles.
At the head of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, this ancient village with its long main street of old Cornish cottages and houses is perfectly placed for exploring the region’s many attractions. The world famous Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the National Maritime Museum at Falmouth, Charlestown historic maritime village and the Cathedral city of Truro with its shopping centre, cobbled streets, restaurants and theatre are all within 10 miles. Nearby are several safe, sandy beaches and the coastal path winds its way over the cliffs and down among the coves through some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery, plus there are several Michelin starred restaurants within easy reach. Even the wilder north coast with its rolling surf is just 40 minutes' by car.