Ideally located for touring the north Cornish coast, this tastefully decorated cottage is set in the small hamlet of Trewarmett, two miles from the wonderful Tintagel.
Enter the house on the first floor; here you will find the three crisp and immaculate bedrooms as well as the sumptuous, family bathroom.
Also on the first floor is the sitting room, benefiting from a heavenly balcony offering elevated views of the picturesque surrounding countryside and the sea in the distance, to be admired whilst enjoying your morning coffee.
Head down the stairs and arrive at the open plan living room, full of character with slate floors, a well-equipped kitchen, two loungers nestled around the feature woodburner and a dining area.
From here you can access the garden with a delightful patio area and a barbecue, ideal for alfresco dining in the summer sun with your loved ones.
A short drive will take you to Tintagel, set high on the coast with dramatic sea views from its iconic castle; it also provides a pleasant range of amenities in charming stone buildings.
Walkers can explore the South West Coast Path whilst beach lovers can visit the beautiful natural cove at Trebarwith Strand.
With a variety of pubs, restaurants and much to see and do close by, a well-earned break can be enjoyed here all-year-round.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan living area with kitchen, sitting and dining area with woodburning stove. First floor sitting room.
About the location
Camelford 6 miles; Wadebridge 12 miles.
Tintagel, home of the legendary King Arthur’s Castle, whose ruins dominate the cliffside just outside the village, is a popular but not overcrowded tourist destination. The surrounding area is dominated by the sea, rocky coves and stunning scenery. Several beaches, including nearby Trebarwith Strand and Bossiney Cove, are within easy reach and surfing is the main attraction for those who love the water. Tintagel has several pubs and restaurants and the Old Post Office (National Trust) is a must. For the energetic, the SW Coast Path passes through the village and in both directions it winds its way along the cliffs and down to the water’s edge through dramatic countryside. Head north along the path and in 2.5 miles is the beautiful village of Boscastle with its quaint quay and village pubs for refreshment. Further afield are the surfing meccas of Newquay and Bude, with their resort attractions, while the open spaces of Bodmin Moor, the Eden Project, Padstow and the Camel Estuary are all within a 40-minute drive.