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Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Saint Ewe a través d'Airbnb

Troba llocs on allotjar-te a Saint Ewe a través d'Airbnb

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Allotjaments a Saint Ewe

Allotjaments a Saint Ewe
The secret cabin is an isolated charming rustic cabin over looking the village of Portholland. Set in a private garden, sea view on one side, wooded valley on the other. Perfect for get away from it all. Near Eden Project & Heligan Gardens. Tranquility assured. Private decking for al fresco dining or star watching. Perfect location for coastal path walks. Inclusive of bedding & towels. Not suitable for dogs
Please read FULLY before booking :) The cabin is totally secluded and set in a lovely private garden over looking the stunning bay of Portholland. The cabin is the perfect cosy place for a retreat/ meditation break/ or romantic get away. Drift off to sleep to the sound of the waves below. It offers the perfect blend of getting away from it all & life’s hectic schedule yet still being able to reach the outside world if you wish. The decking area is perfect for some al fresco dining whilst enjoying the spectacular views of the sea and village. It's also a fabulous platform for star gazing. Take out your hot chocolate and be amazed at the shooting stars on a clear night! Portholland also has a lovely tidal beach which is safe for swimming and canoeing. If you're feeling adventurous there is a 1 man canoe available on request which you can use to explore the secret hidden coves which can be found on either side of Portholland. Spacious double bed. Linen and bath towels included. Hot shower and flush toilet. Unfortunately our toilet system can’t handle toilet paper/ sanitary products - a bin is provided for these. If you want to hole up for a few days, make sure you bring enough provisions etc as the nearest shop/s are a 15 min drive away in Tregony and Veryan. WIFI. Signal is very good, possible to stream Netflix etc with no problems. Only 1 double bed, but space for a travel cot for young child or blow up mattress ( for a child) During Autumn the footpaths get very muddy so I recommend boots. Please note there is no oven, just a small gas stove (2) microwave, slow cooker, toaster, sandwich toaster. Not suitable for dogs Sea kayaks available to use on request during the summer months, May - September Please note - Think European when it comes to our toilet! Toilet paper & sanitary products must go in the bin provided. We have a very basic toilet system which blocks easily. A bin with special bags are supplied. The television is for the DVD player, no satellite dish. But WiFi works well for streaming on your devices. :) Cold water only from the kitchen tap Hot shower :) Please .... please don’t message me asking if you can bring your dog! For a small fee I can supply your favourite bottle of wine / flowers / chocolates on special occasions. Ask for more info after booking. :) After a guests unfortunate accident involving candles, I respectfully ask that you do not bring / use candles in the cabin.
peaceful, secluded, rural, beach. Coast path walks, woods, rustic pubs a short drive away. Friday night is quiz night at the Ship Inn in Portloe, which can be fun! The Lugger Hotel over looking the sea, also in Portloe for fine dining or afternoon cream teas throughout the year. Lots of lovely restaurants in Truro, lovely city ( large town) cobbled streets etc. The Quarterdeck restaurant at the Nare Hotel overlooking the sea at Carne beach is gorgeous, great views, outdoor pool and fabulous food. St Mawes lovely small coastal village with a foot ferry that runs every hour over to Falmouth. Ferry lands in centre of Falmouth. Eden project, Lost Gardens of Heligan close by. ( Eden is approx half hour) Heligan 20 mins The King Harry car ferry near Philliegh goes over the river Fal ( very pretty) to Feok and the stunning Trelisick gardens.
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Portholland, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

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The secret cabin
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CLOSE TO the EDEN PROJECT The Mill is the ground floor of Bojea Mill. Although the building has four floors in total the ground floor is the only occupied area - the floor above is a party floor which we use for family clebrations when we have no guests staying. Visit at any time of the year and enjoy all that Cornwall has to offer. Perfect for long walks - with or without a dog - wrapping up warm in the winter - superb dining opportunities...
********************************** ********************************** AND stay in The Mill which is the ground floor of Bojea Mill. The building was a corn mill, with a water wheel powered by water from the River Vinnick. However, the wheel is long gone together with most of the mill machinery. We welcome you to our home... TRAVEL TO CORNWALL for the weekend - under 5 hours on the train from Paddington or an easy drive. Relax in the Mill or explore the local area, go swimming on the south coast or surfing on the north coast, walk the coastal footpath, go beachcombing, trek the moors, visit THE EDEN PROJECT or THE LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN - The choice is yours! Any time is a perfect time to visit - deserted beaches in the spring and autumn - mild weather, wonderful walks along the coastal paths, perhaps the opportunity to sit in the sun on one of the special Cornish beaches, or try your hand at surfing, sailing, kayaking, coasteering, windsurfing - all this plus the haven of The Mill to return to in the evenings. Cook in or eat out - The choice is yours! DOGS ARE WELCOME HERE! Walk straight from the door onto the surrounding trails - or even to Eden - or explore the local beaches - a dog's delight! A small charge of £15 for each animal per stay is made for your pet and please let us know if you are bringing your pet with you BEFORE you book. THE EDEN PROJECT The time to enjoy this world renowned project - spend the day learning about our dependence on plants and marvel at this amazing site - be inspired and learn to connect with others in new ways. THE MILL is a former corn mill which was water driven, but the water course was diverted some time ago. It now offers a spectacular space with stone walls and massive wooden beams supported by cast iron pillars. There are comfortable beds in TWO en suite bedrooms, a sofa which converts to a small double plus a further sofa made for curling up in with a good book, modern kitchen equipment and an enclosed garden. Perfect for one or two couples, friends or a family group of up to 6 (using a convertible sofa in the sitting room and/or a cot in one of the bedrooms). One bedroom has a king size double, the other two twin beds. If you require both rooms made as doubles please let us know at time of booking. The sitting room is large and spacious and offers the space for relaxing, playing games or watching tv or a dvd. Keep in touch using the free wifi (which is generally fairly reliable but we are unable to always guarantee this due to our rural position)! or do some research to make the best possible use of your time here. There is a small enclosed garden area immediately adjacent to the Mill with another 3 acres of grounds to walk through and with direct access onto the miles of nearby trails which are used by walkers, cyclists and horseriders but these trails are unlit and mainly rough surfaced and steep in places. Enjoy a leisurely walk to the Eden Project (4 miles or about an hour or two) or to the South Coast at Pentewan and Mevagissey along the miles of trails which criss cross the surrounding area. We are only too happy to suggest outings for our guests, quiet beaches, good walks, dog friendly areas, places to eat, the nearest shops, cheapest fuel, but the Mill is your home for you to enjoy for the duration of your stay. The Mill is an old building and we have retained the exposed granite walls in places out of respect for the origins of the building - it does NOT have a modern, plastered interior with double glazed, plastic windows but it DOES have enormous character and atmosphere. The beams are immense as they carried the weight of vast quantities of corn and these beams are supported by cast iron pillars which were made locally at Charlestown and there are gigantic pieces of granite in the walls, still showing evidence of oil stains from when the bearings of the cogs and wheels needed frequent greasing. This is not to the detriment of the building - its just a bit of its past history. We have many different species of birds visiting us throughout the year (the dawn chorus is quite loud!) and plenty of wildlife in the vicinity. In the spring you can walk amongst the bluebells, and later in the year enjoy the foxgloves. There is a riverside stroll which leads onto the trails. You may be lucky enough to spot some deer, or maybe a fox or badger and the last few summers an otter was spotted! The main line railway station is at St. Austell, just over a mile away. Local car hire firms will deliver a hire car direct to the station by prior arrangement. The airport at Newquay is within easy reach and it is possible to hire a car from there. Ferries travel from Plymouth (about 40 miles away) to France (Roskoff, Britanny). OUR OTHER PROPERTY - THE SIPHON, is a converted railway carriage sleeping up to six people - this is about 1/4 mile away along the former track of the old railway - and gives the opportunity of accommodating groups of up to 14 people between the two sites. Perfect for two or three families, a wedding group or a group of friends. The Siphon now has a wood burning stove to keep guests warm during the colder months. PLEASE NOTE: DURING PEAK PERIODS AND SCHOOL HOLIDAYS (Easter and July and August and the Christmas period) THERE IS A MINIMUM BOOKING PERIOD OF Three DAYS but at other times the minimum booking period is two days. Our guests will have sole use of the Mill's ground floor - a large area! The small enclosed garden area with parking. Access onto miles of trails (leading to The Eden Project, The Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum and the South coast at Pentewan). As much or as little as our guests desire...we are happy to give advice on places to visit. Just let us know what works best for you! Public transport in Cornwall has its limitations! The main line train service covers the County right down to Penzance with branch lines serving Looe, falmouth, Newquay and St. Ives. However, we would always recommend having a car at your disposal - whether you drive down or travel down by train and then rent a car - this way you will be able to enjoy your visit and see so much more. Please be aware of the dog restrictions on some Cornish beaches - a list is in the Mill. OR perhaps VISIT THE EDEN PROJECT.. What about a special dining experience? Rick Stein (Padstow), Jamie Oliver 15 (Watergate Bay), Nathan Outlaw (Port Isaac) and Paul Ainsworth (Padstow) all have restaurants not too far away plus dozens more to choose from for truly memorable meals. Make your stay a gastronomic one! ****************************** PLAN YOUR VISIT! ******************************* Then why not stay with us - a short drive from the Eden Project or taxi ride or bus ride ( (which takes you into st austell town centre) or even a (longish) Walk. Easy reach of both the south coast and north coast and convenient to superb dining experiences in the County.
Very close to The Eden Project - drive there in a few minutes, walk or cycle along the adjacent trails. Close to beaches and coastal walks
  • El Mill realment fa honor al seu nom - vam tenir una meravellosa estada aquí i definitivament ho recomanaria!

    Lynsey2018-07-30T00:00:00Z
  • Un lloc impressionant i tranquil. Va ser a poca distància amb cotxe del projecte Eden, que va ser el motiu del viatge.

    David2018-07-06T00:00:00Z
  • Allotjament especial. Tot estava decorat amb amor. A l'arribada eren sobre la taula flors, galetes i xocolata, els quals ens van mostrar molt satisfets. El nostre fill també va estimar el parc infantil. Un bon punt de partida per a moltes atraccions, com ara el projecte Eden o la unitat a St.yve.

    Heike2018-07-02T00:00:00Z
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    Saint Austell, Regne Unit

    Breathtaking 2 Bedroom Luxury Cornish Cottage with Panoramic Sea & Harbour Views with Hot Tub - Featured on Channel 4's George Clarke's Amazing Spaces Situated on a beautiful bay in South Cornwall where seals & dolphins are regularly spotted & local fisherman bring in their daily catch. Less than 5 minutes walk to the local restaurants, bars, pubs, ice-cream shops & ancient Grade 2 listed Port showcasing exquisite tall ships and famous for the film set of Poldark & Alice In Wonderland
    The beautiful village port of Charlestown has played host to many famous figures in its time, from Poldark to Alice in Wonderland...and most recently George Clarke, who featured Harbour Lights, formerly known as the ‘Loo with a View', on his hugely popular ‘Amazing Spaces' TV programme. It's not hard to see why George was so captivated by the intricate work lovingly carried out on this imaginative and elegantly restored property.  Built in 1771 as a fish and net cellar, the building was later renovated into public conveniences before we rescued it from its ramshackle state in 2015.  The building has now been fully renovated into a truly luxurious pet-friendly two-bedroomed holiday hideaway, full of natural character and marine-inspired style, featuring truly unsurpassed sea views from the cliff top.  Great care and attention has been taken with the design and furnishing of every room to ensure perfect harmony with the beautiful coastal surroundings.  Ancient reclaimed timber décor and solid oak doors add chic touches of time-honoured style, alongside the more contemporary pure white Italian marble worktops and soft grey backgrounds that perfectly complement the magnificent bay and harbour views from the windows. The ground floor encompasses a spacious open-plan living area, described by George Clarke as fabulously "light and airy", featuring a fully furnished designer kitchen that looks out across the harbour.  Fire up the stylish log burner and watch the ships as they glide languidly by! Take the stairs and discover two exquisite bedrooms, one large double featuring glorious views over the harbour and Charlestown Bay - with a luxurious Heritage bath right at the bottom of the bed.  The second, slightly smaller, bedroom features a beautiful view of the garden area. You'll also find a stunning Italian marble and stainless steel furnished en-suite, and a utility area and walk-in wardrobe featuring fitted storage, washer-dryer, iron and ironing board, and hair dryer. Underfloor heating and a Sonos sound system with three independent zones runs throughout, so that wherever you happen to be, you'll be effortlessly able to set the perfect mood! Simply download the Sonos App on your smart phone and away you go! The views become even better outside, when experienced with a glass of bubbles from the lavish four-seater hot tub looking out across the sea!  There's a slate patio with wash off area that's particularly handy after a sandy day on the beach, and a beautiful garden with decked terraces and colourfully lush flowers and plants that have been carefully selected to make the most of their surroundings. Discover Harbour Lights' namesake at the end of the garden...a quaint little lookout shed which in times past was home to the searchlight that guided the Tall Ships safely into harbour.  Here you'll find two benches carved from the old roof timbers, creating the perfect romantic hideaway. Oh - and just in case you're wondering whether any remnants of the building's former history remain, hanging proudly above the downstairs bathroom are the original ‘ladies' and ‘gentlemen' signs… We just couldn't bring themselves to flush those away! You'll find it extremely difficult to tear yourself away from this sea sanctuary, but if you decide to venture out and about, why not take your dog to Charlestown beach for a run, perhaps with some seal and dolphin-spotting along the way?  Watch the fishermen bring in their daily catch before taking yourselves off to indulge in a gourmet seafood meal at the award-winning Falmouth Bay Seafood Café in Truro, another of our stylish dog-friendly retreats. The ancient Grade 2 listed port is steeped in historical architecture...along with a glittering touch of celebrity from its regular use as a film set. So set sail to Harbour Lights and enjoy an invigorating and relaxing break with genuinely breathtaking sea views you won't forget in a hurry!
    The beautiful village port of Charlestown has played host to many famous figures in its time, from Poldark to Alice in Wonderland. Go off in any direction along the coast and you’ll find a range of wonderful cafes and restaurants.
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    Saint Austell, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    The SIPHON offers a special glamping holiday where your carbon footprint will be minimal - we source as much as we can from local suppliers and ask our guests to recycle/compost. The SIPHON is off grid - solar power provides electricity for lighting and charging mobile phones - and there is a 'green' waterless toilet. A really exciting AND DIFFERENT holiday experience with outside space for barbecuing and play. Perfect for FAMILY celebrations, children AND dogs AND close to the EDEN PROJECT
    Enjoy the comfort of the wood burning stove, melt marshmallow over the fire pit or cook your meal in the open air! Close to the Eden Project, The Siphon railway carriage offers a totally different holiday experience. Stay in this converted railway carriage with comfortable beds, fully equipped kitchen, COSY WOOD BURNING STOVE (first night’s fuel FREE thereafter £5 a pack) separate compost toilet and an amazing hot shower, 12 volt electricity for lighting and phone charging and a fire pit. A great off-grid glamping experience. Although listed as sleeping eight people, the Siphon itself sleeps UP TO SIX (bunk beds can only be used by children of six or above) with an additional two people being accommodated in The Toad BRAKE VAN which is close by, at a small additional charge The Siphon RAILWAY CARRIAGE is nearly 60' long, divided into three separate bedrooms, one with a king size double the SECOND with two single beds, plus an additional THIRD bedroom with bunk beds (not suitable for very young children). In addition two adults can be accommodated in The Toad brake van which is just a few yards away, offering the facility for two families or a larger group of friends to stay. There is a sitting/dining area with WOOD BURNING STOVE, fully equipped kitchen with gas cooker plus an outside dining area when the weather is warm.The Siphon can accommodate SIX people in three separate bedrooms(and up to 8 people in total using both carriages). The living space and one of the bedrooms have double doors which lead out onto raised decking - perfect for al fresco dining - and a fully equipped kitchen area with gas cooker, work tops, sink and storage plus an enormous, very efficient cold box on the balcony. We change the ice packs as and when necessary for our guests. The Siphon is 'off-grid' - there is no mains electricity only 12 volt lighting and a charging point for phones. Sorry, no tv or electrical appliances! There is a cold water supply inside the wagon and an amazing outside hot shower and a ‘green ‘ toilet a very few steps away (less than ten feet). Outside and on a lower level to The Siphon is a firepit and seating area (just wooden planks on blocks)! where you can enjoy a drink (or two), watch the stars or listen to the sounds of the country whilst filling the fire - we can sell you bags of logs (£5 bag for kiln dried wood) - sorry but we are unable to provide free fuel for either the Wood burning stove or the firepit. Fuel for the stove MUST be purchased from us at £5 a pack although we supply your first pack free of charge. (Logs, kindling, flamer firefighter and matches). You will share your outside space with the birds and the many wild animals which live around - foxes, badgers, deer, otters, squirrels and many more smaller mammals but the inside of the Siphon is warm and secure. Fall asleep to the sound of the nearby river and wake to the dawn chorus of the birds. The Siphon is not for the frail or timid - the doors are the original heavy wood ones and the catches are also original - marvel at the workmanship which went into the making of this grand old lady and marvel yet more at the way in which she has converted so magnificently into this unusual holiday space. We have had nothing but positive feedback from our guests who come with open minds to enjoy this unusual and definitely unique glamping holiday destination. We hope that everything will be perfect for you and it will certainly be a new and exciting holiday experience for everyone who stays. Our younger guests have delighted in the magic of staying on a 'train' and Train Teddy will be there to greet them. Lots of space for running around, outside games and a range of indoor games for families to enjoy if the weather isnt good. The Siphons - the telegraphic name for these commercial carriages - carried milk in milk churns from the West Country to the cities of the UK. The Siphons were based on the chassis of passenger carriages and often were added to the rear of express passenger trains travelling from the West Country in order to transport milk and other perishables as quickly as possible to London and other centres. There were louvres cut into the wooden sides at two levels to allow for greater ventilation and these we have retained as much as possible in 'our' Siphon. This is truly a piece of railway history, particularly as there are only a handful of Siphons still in existence and many of these are in a very poor state. We describe The Siphon as an unique 'glamping with style' experience - a beautiful and spacious area in a railway carriage - but perhaps you will have other ways of describing her.... Our guests will enjoy the Siphon, the surrounding area and have access onto miles of surrounding trails and the walk or cycle to the Eden Project. The Siphon is positioned on one of the sidings of the Trenance Valley Line - one of the last branch lines built by the Great Western Railway or the GWR - 'God's Wonderful Railway'. This line only carried commercial traffic. It was authorised in 1910, opened in 1920 after the first world war and eventually closed in 1968. A word of warning - the river is close by and is NOT securely fenced so children will need to be supervised but what an experience for everyone who stays here! We also feel that The Siphon experience may not be entirely suitable for very young children - children of three or younger have stayed very successfully and have been enthralled by the experience but, parents, be aware! no washing machine, only an outside shower and no tv! But there are plenty of positive things to offset these. Being close to nature, plenty of 'family' time with no digital distractions, walking, playing outside or playing some of the games which are inside the Siphon, melting marshmallows at the firepit, cooking supper over a wood fire, having evening sing-songs around the fire, partying - your choice - some or all of these! The whole area was an industrial site so be aware that there are drops, uneven surfaces and other hazards - but common sense and care will prevent any accidents. We are happy to suggest places to visit, suggestions on where to eat and walks accessible from The Siphon or slightly further away. The Siphon is in a rural position in a valley setting close to the River Vinnick - we could bore you with more historical detail but you can read all about the area when you are here. Centrally positioned for exploring Cornwall, close to the south Cornish beaches and only a short drive to the surfing beaches of the north coast - just a perfect holiday retreat! There is public transport but limited - do please try to bring a car or rent one when you get here - mainline trains at St. Austell, about 1.5 miles away, a few buses and, of course, taxis. You can also walk directly from The Siphon into St. Austell using the trails which cover miles of the surrounding area, or you can walk to the Eden Project using the trails. The Siphon is not connected to the national grid - electricity is 12 volt supplied via solar energy. Therefore - no tvs, no hairdryers, no washing machines -but plenty of peace, relaxation, bird song, playing games, conversation, good food and wine - the list is endless. There is a cold water supply connected to the sink in the kitchen and there is hot water to the shower and basin outside. We aim to keep our 'carbon footprint' as small as possible and at the same time offer our guests a truly unique holiday experience. We therefore ask all guests to recycle as much of their rubbish as possible (tins/plastic bottles/glass jars and bottles, cardboard and paper are all collected) and to buy local produce whenever possible to reduce 'food miles'. The Siphon has a wood burning stove installed which heats the main living area - an excellent heat source to keep away any chill. Please note that fuel for the stove must be purchased from us and guests are asked not to burn any rubbish in the stove. PLEASE NOTE THAT DURING PEAK PERIODS AND SCHOOL HOLIDAYS THERE IS A MINIMUM BOOKING PERIOD OF THREE DAYS. At all other times the minimum booking period is two days apart from a few weeks in November/December when we are happy to accept ONE DAY BOOKINGS. THE TOAD: We have a second carriage available which sleeps 2 adults - if your party numbers more than 6 please ask about this which is available at an extra but discounted price. The Toad brake van was used on the Great Western Railway at the end of long trains carrying commercial traffic. It has the original sand boxes supplying sand to the braking wheels to help slow down the train and although now converted to holiday accommodation the original features of the wagon are still present. The Toad offers a living space with seating and a double bed plus a kitchen with hob and sink. There is cold water only into the kitchen sink and a further tap outside. Outside is a fire area for outdoor cooking if the weather permits. The Toad is only available for renting in conjunction with The Siphon as it shares the outdoor shower and toilet and for groups of over 6. Very occasionally The Toad can be used as a stand alone unit but only when The Siphon is not being used. Minimum rental periods are then two days out of season and three days in season (July and August, Christmas and New Year and all school holidays). Please ask for more details. PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR USING THE TOAD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE SIPHON - PLEASE ASK BEFORE REQUESTING A RESERVATION. The Siphon itself - all 60' of her space - the immediate surrounding area including the firepit for outside fires and barbecue area and access onto miles of surrounding trails - all this is available to our guests. We are here to answer questions, help with suggestions of places to visit, change the icepacks in the giant cold box as and when necessary, provide information for local sightseeing - as little or as much help as you might need. The Siphon is in a rural position in a valley setting close to the River Vinnick - we could bore you with more historical detail but you can read all about the area when you are here. Centrally positioned for exploring Cornwall, close to the south Cornish beaches and only a short drive to the surfing beaches of the north coast - just a perfect holiday retreat! Public transport isn't great - the main line railway station is at St. Austell (about 1.5 miles away), Newquay Airport (about 11 miles away), cross channel ferry at Plymouth for France (about 40 miles away) but local bus services are infrequent and we really do suggest having a car at your disposal, even if you hire one when you get to St. Austell. Guests staying in The Siphon need to be slightly different in their outlook on life - enjoy the outdoors, maybe walking or cycling, surfing or swimming, sailing or kayaking - prepared to spend the evenings playing board games or sitting outside watching the stars - barbecue some freshly caught fish (from one of the nearby harbours) - just a few suggestions........
    Very close to the Eden Project and within easy reach of Heligan Gardens and the beaches of the north and south coast.
  • Fantàstic lluentor contra la paret. Amagat per un riu balancí però molt a prop de les comoditats. Un tònic per a l'ànima.

    David2018-08-09T00:00:00Z
  • El tren era preciós, i genial per a nosaltres 5 adults per allunyar-se d'una reunió uni molt necessària. Em va encantar tots els petits detalls afegits. Tots vam passar un bon moment, ens quedaria una altra vegada :)

    Kayleigh2018-07-20T00:00:00Z
  • Ens vam allotjar a principis de juliol, durant l'ona de calor. L'espai del jardí és preciós, ombrívol i fresc, amb el corrent del riu. El lloc es va sentir molt privat, però els amfitrions estaven disponibles i altament responsables. Un racó màgic i una aventura veritablement especial per a joves i majors

    Sophie2018-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • El Siphon és el lloc ideal per allunyar-se de tot. L'allotjament és acollidor, còmode i ben pensat. Ens agraïm que sortim de la graella i que ens agrada fer-ho a l'aire lliure. Estar en una petita vall és tranquil i tranquil i ideal per a tots dos asseguts al sol o l'estel·lar. Chris era molt acollidor i Jo havia pensat en tot per ajudar-nos a tenir un bonic cap de setmana. Us recomanem molt el Siphon i l'estima tant que tornarem.

    Paula2018-06-24T00:00:00Z
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    Saint Austell, Cornwall, Regne Unit

    Touchstone Cottage is a lovingly restored 200 year old fisherman's cottage just a stone's throw from Mevagissey's working harbour on the much sought after sunny East Cliff. As a 19th century cottage, tucked away up a secluded cobbled path, you are unable to reach the Cottage by car; this ensures that you will enjoy a peaceful stay. The Lost Gardens of Heligan are within walking distance, while The Eden Project is just a short 20 minute drive. The nearest beach is 10 minutes away on foot.
    The upper floor of the Cottage is light and airy; a partition wall has been removed to create a 'mezzanine' bedroom, next to the bathroom. The bedroom has a lovely view across the cobbled back streets of the Village. Light floods down the stairs to the Living Room which features original floorboards which have been lovingly restored, and a log burning stove. There are exposed beams throughout and heaps of character. The cottage is painted white throughout, and features lovely Loaf furniture in the bedroom and living room. Downstairs, on the ground floor, the kitchen/diner features the prettiest slate tiles complete with underfloor heating. Should you choose to cook at home you will find that the kitchen is fully equipped with electric hob and oven, and a lovely pale blue 1950s style SMEG fridge with freezer box. The look is complemented by the mid-century Ercol table and chairs. Finally, a word of caution, the internal stairs are original and are therefore tight and steep, and the cobbled path leading to the cottage can be slippery when wet! I very much look forward to welcoming you. Please do not hesitate to get in touch should you have any questions.
    Mevagissey is a beautiful base from which to explore the surrounding area and you will experience a real slice of traditional Cornish life during your stay. In the village itself you will find many lovely shops to browse around alongside 'olde worlde' pubs, cafes and restaurants, where you can eat and drink locally sourced produce. The fishermen haul in their catch at the end of the day and both deep-sea angling trips and short mackerel fishing trips in the bay are available from the quay. The seagulls follow the boats in and are very noisy; just thought I would mention this as the cottage is very close to the harbour! During the summer months there are ferries that will take you from the harbour to Fowey or around the coastline. Mevagissey also has its own small sealife aquarium and museum. Mevagissey is surrounded by beautiful beaches which you can access from The Coast Path; the cottage is just seconds from the Coast Path. You can walk up 'The Cliff' to the top and follow the footpath to beautiful Polstreath beach (steps down) or you can walk over the top of Polkirt Hill and down to Portmellon beach, a sandy cove with plenty of rock pools. From here you can follow the Coast Path to Colona Beach at Chapel Point beach, and, if you are a keen walker, you can keep on walking to Gorran Haven Beach, and you might catch sight of seals, dolphins or even basking sharks on the way. Mevagissey does have its own small beach in the harbour if you do not want to walk. There are many other unspoilt beaches within 10 minutes' drive including Gorran Haven, Vault Beach, Hemmick and Porthluney 'Caerhays', to name but a few. Lovely unspoilt villages such as Port Holland and Portloe, the majestic Nare Head and Pendower Beach, and the Roseland Peninsula and its beautiful beaches, including Towan beach, are all within a 30 minute drive. You can also take the scenic King Harry Ferry across the Fal River and continue on to Falmouth. The North Coast is a short 40 minute drive away and there are surfing beaches at Newquay, Perranporth etc. Mevagissey also hosts its own Feast Week during the last week of June when the harbour is decorated with bright lights and flags, there is a full week of activities and on the final evening there is a spectacular firework display around the harbour. Local Beach Summary Mevagissey beach in the harbour (5 minutes walk) Polstreath beach (steps down) - walk up 'The Cliff' on the east side of the harbour to the top and follow the Coast Path (10 minutes walk) Pentewan beach - follow the Coast Path east of Polstreath beach Portmellon beach - walk over the top of Polkirt Hill (20 minutes walk) Colona Beach, Chapel Point - follow the Coast Path west of Portmellon (30 minutes walk)
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    Mevagissey, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    The Ancient Cob Barn is exclusive and secluded but not isolated. A quiet retreat but with hi-tec amenities. On a bridle path providing excellent walks or bike rides in each direction to nearby beaches and the coastal path. 5 miles from Eden Project or Lost Gardens of Heligan. Bicycles included
    Constructed of earth and granite, part of a small complex of old farm buildings, with just this one as accommodation, in a tiny hamlet along an unspoilt farm track alongside an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. On a bridle path joining the National Cycle Route close to beaches and the Coastal Footpath. Mountain bikes with helmets available for your use. Digital projector with HDTV, Netflix and Sky Sports for your entertainment. Organic veg from our kitchen garden. Huge farmhouse kitchen opening onto cobbled courtyard. Living room/home cinema with balcony and steps leading down to a garden. Local Delabole slate ground floors with cosy underfloor heating and walk-in wet room from bedroom. The barn has been painstakingly restored using traditional building materials and has a large, craftsman built kitchen with 5 gas burner/electric oven range cooker, microwave, fridge with ice box, toaster, kettle and quality utensils plus Sabatier knife set. Everything from quick snacks to gourmet meals served at the massive farmhouse table. The barn is supplied with its own water source, filtered and UV treated, for the perfect cup of tea. Upstairs the spacious living area, which includes two daybeds, has open beams, English oak floorboards and steps down to the garden. Wooden shutters provide a blackout for viewing stunning HD TV and Netflix movies via a video projector with surround sound. Sky Sports available if a day or week pass purchased. The bedroom has adjoining wet room with WC and basin. The whole barn is connected to Wi-Fi and the eating area has a Mac computer with internet and TV. All linen and towels provided. Property is cleaned and linen and towels renewed at changeover or weekly. Although the barn is surrounded by countryside, it is only a few minutes' drive from the town, which is served by banks, post office, supermarkets and a mainline rail station. 4G mobile coverage with most providers. Mid Cornwall is perfect for accessing all of the county's many attractions - from the rugged north coast to the far west, from the wilds of Bodmin Moor to the delights of the Eden Project and Heligan Gardens. Settings for the Rosamunde Pilcher stories within easy reach. Transport to and from St Austell railway station can be arranged if you wish to come by train. Narrow stairs from kitchen to living area and bedroom may be unsuitable for anyone with impaired mobility. Access to the property is via a farm lane/bridle path which is not suitable for very low slung vehicles such as sports cars and can get muddy in the winter. Standard family cars are fine. Sorry but we do not allow pets. We bought the disused and dilapidated barns near to the house in 1995 and have spent the intervening years repairing and restoring them with the skilled assistance of Allan and Richard, the carpenters, Les, the cob specialist and Pete, our nephew. Along with the barns came a small field, where we now have our kitchen garden and where the chickens are fenced among the trees in a copse. The cob barn restoration was completed in the summer of 2012 after many years of hard work. It has been a labour of love, with much attention paid to detail as our long-term aim is to live there ourselves. Cob is a mixture of clay subsoil and straw that is wetted and trampled, originally by cattle but nowadays by digger, to get the right consistency. It is laid on a base of stone, heeled in and each layer left to dry before being adzed smooth and coated in lime plaster to allow it to breath. Cob buildings can last for centuries if they have "a good hat and a good pair of boots". The thick cob walls keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
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    Cornwall, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

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    Ancient Cob Barn
    Preu:€103/nit
    206 avaluacions
    Superhost
    The Housekeeper's Hideaway is a unique studio space 2 minutes walk from Mevagissey's picturesque working fishing harbour. The space is perfect for couples, or solo travellers, who are looking for somewhere a little unusual, definitely with a boutique feel, as well as wanting a cosy home-from-home to return to at the end of the day. The cave like structure of the original dwelling, including the cliff wall, was exposed during an extensive refurbishment in 2016 and dates back to the mid 1600s.
    Access to your own front door is down one flight of external stairs from my patio. The space is unique because when you descend the stairs and look through the window you then discover that you are actually two floors up as the house is built into the cliff. Light floods into the space through the beautiful double sash window - which fills an entire wall of the studio - and you can gaze out across the village. The immediate view is of rooftops and the neighbour's patio. Another wall of the studio - a lime pointed stone wall - is at ground level against a secret passage way which runs behind a terrace of nearby cottages. There is now a window where there was once a doorway through which the Housekeeper - for the adjoining property The Old Dairy - would pass to reach her husband's cottage. There is a huge fire place with a Wood Burner for cosy evenings in a painted stone wall. The fourth and final wall - the backdrop for your bathroom / shower and small kitchen - is actually the rock face or cliff. There are two marks in the cliff that suggest the cottage was once home to a traditional pilchard press which, given that the Housekeeper's husband was a fisherman, is likely. The space has been sympathetically restored keeping all of the original features. The overall look is paired back and simple with a touch of modern industrial; the space also features Danish-style pale solid ash flooring. The wet room has gorgeous fittings and natural stone tiles from Fired Earth that complement the rock and I have added a super cute mini kitchen from IKEA so that you can cook breakfast and simple meals. Please feel free to get in touch if you would like any further information. PLEASE NOTE: in order to highlight the cliff wall - the wet room (loo and basin) within the studio space is enclosed behind a large glass screen / door which does not extend to the ceiling. However whilst a stunning and unique design feature this does not allow for a great deal of privacy; please take this into consideration before booking.
    Mevagissey is a beautiful base from which to explore the surrounding area and you will experience a real slice of traditional Cornish life during your stay. In the village itself you will find many lovely shops to browse around alongside 'olde worlde' pubs, cafes and restaurants, where you can eat and drink locally sourced produce. The fishermen haul in their catch at the end of the day and both deep-sea angling trips and short mackerel fishing trips in the bay are available from the quay. The seagulls follow the boats in and are very noisy; just thought I would mention this as the cottage is very close to the harbour! During the summer months there are ferries that will take you from the harbour to Fowey or around the coastline. Mevagissey also has its own small sealife aquarium and museum. Mevagissey is surrounded by beautiful beaches which you can access from The Coast Path; the cottage is just seconds from the Coast Path. You can walk up 'The Cliff' to the top and follow the footpath to beautiful Polstreath beach (steps down) or you can walk over the top of Polkirt Hill and down to Portmellon beach, a sandy cove with plenty of rock pools. From here you can follow the Coast Path to Colona Beach at Chapel Point beach, and, if you are a keen walker, you can keep on walking to Gorran Haven Beach, and you might catch sight of seals, dolphins or even basking sharks on the way. Mevagissey does have its own small beach in the harbour if you do not want to walk. There are many other unspoilt beaches within 10 minutes' drive including Gorran Haven, Vault Beach, Hemmick and Porthluney 'Caerhays', to name but a few. Lovely unspoilt villages such as Port Holland and Portloe, the majestic Nare Head and Pendower Beach, and the Roseland Peninsula and its beautiful beaches, including Towan beach, are all within a 30 minute drive. You can also take the scenic King Harry Ferry across the Fal River and continue on to Falmouth. The North Coast is a short 40 minute drive away and there are surfing beaches at Newquay, Perranporth etc. Mevagissey also hosts its own Feast Week during the last week of June when the harbour is decorated with bright lights and flags, there is a full week of activities and on the final evening there is a spectacular firework display around the harbour. Local Beach Summary Mevagissey beach in the harbour (5 minutes walk) Polstreath beach (steps down) - walk up 'The Cliff' on the east side of the harbour to the top and follow the Coast Path (10 minutes walk) Pentewan beach - follow the Coast Path east of Polstreath beach Portmellon beach - walk over the top of Polkirt Hill (20 minutes walk) Colona Beach, Chapel Point - follow the Coast Path west of Portmellon (30 minutes walk)
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    Mevagissey, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    The Old Dairy is a beautifully renovated vaulted studio space with private entrance, secluded patio & garden. It is part of the Grade II listed Churchtown Farm, a non-working farm, dating from 1690. Located in the lovely village of St Ewe, with its 16th century pub, offering great food, approx. 1 mile from the Lost Gardens of Heligan and 3 miles from the traditional fishing village of Mevagissey. Numerous wonderful beaches, The Eden Project, Caerhays and The Hidden Hut are also all nearby.
    Guests at The Old Dairy enjoy a recently and luxuriously renovated, light and airy studio space with its own entrance along with a very private patio and garden from which to enjoy stunning countryside and sunset views. The studio has a fabulous vaulted ceiling, gorgeous little stained glass window, an innovative built in kitchen with combination microwave, fridge and dishwasher, a dining/work space with usb sockets and a beautifully appointed en suite shower room. You will also find comfy chairs, a flat screen TV with Amazon Fire Stick, complimentary Netflix, Bluetooth speaker and DAB radio alarm clock. One small dog is allowed to stay; a £20 pet fee is payable.
    The Old Dairy is perfectly located, at the head of the stunning Roseland Peninsula, in the lovely little village of St Ewe with its Norman Church and 16th Century pub serving excellent food and Cornish Ales. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, along with Lobbs Farm Shop, are within walking distance. The traditional fishing village of Mevagissey is approx. 3 miles and there are numerous beautiful sandy beaches as well as Caerhays Castle within 10mins drive. A little further afield, approx. 20mins drive, is the world famous Eden Project and within 30mins drive you will find the now famous Hidden Hut, serving fantastic food perched on the cliff. Cornwall’s county town, Truro, with its beautiful Cathedral is less than 30mins away as is the stunning waterside village of St. Mawes
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    Saint Ewe, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Experiències populars a Cornwall

    Experiències populars a Cornwall

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    A perfect well equipped contemporary cottage with harbour and sea views ,private parking next to our cottage garden. Sworne cottage offers a refreshing living space for couples and families alike. fabulous pubs and restaurants are just a 4 minute walk away. Relaxing garden with amazing harbour and sea views has a split level decking and patio area, Perfect for alfresco dining and yoga meditation etc. Well behaved dogs are welcome. Key safe for your own entry. On site parking.
    Sworne Cottage was originally built in the late 1700's as a fisherman's cottage. Cliff street is one of the oldest streets in Mevagissey, as the locals say... we're on the sunny side!! Large summer house in garden for storage of bikes, surf boards, drying wet suits etc.
    Mevagissey is a stunningly beautiful working fishing village with numerous independent shops, pubs, coffee shops and restaurants. You can catch up with the Mevagissey Male voice choir on rehearsal night in the Fountain on a Monday evening. Mevagissey Harbour is a magical place to walk around and explore during the day and take an evening stroll. If you fancy trip to trip to Fowey the Mevagissey Ferry will speed you over the bay in less than an hour. Fishing and speed boat trips are on offer directly from the harbour, coastal cruises on authentic fishing boats offer a fabulous view of the Cornish coast from the sea. Kayak, paddle board and jet skis are available to hire from Pentewan sands just a 10 minute drive away or Gorran Haven beach a 15 minute car drive.
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    Mevagissey, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Small double bedroom with adjacent private bathroom in a modern and professional home. The bedroom itself is relatively small however perfectly suitable for one person. South facing and decorated in neutral colours the room has an airy feel to it, you’ll find a small double (4ft / 1.2m wide) bed with a comfortable memory foam mattress, single mirrored wardrobe, chest of drawers, a side table and one bedside cabinet.
    The room is laid out with the bed against the wall so as to allow more space for moving around. If this is not an issue you may find that it is suitable for two people. Other items in the room include; Touch lamp on bed side cabinet, television with Freeview, hairdryer, iron & ironing Board, oversized king-sized light weight duvet and four pillows. The bathroom is adjacent to the bedroom and is used only by this room, it has a toilet, basin and bath with shower over, also in the bath room you will find the following; Bath towel, hand towel, flannel, bath mat, shampoo, conditioner & toilet roll. It may be possible for you to use the washing machine but please confirm this first and bear in mind there is only an outside washing line for drying so you’ll need to time the weather right! It is a modern semi-detached three-bedroom house positioned at the end of the close and subsequently has a calm and relaxing feel to it, the house is clean, tidy and well-presented and I am very lucky to have lovely neighbours. I live here with my three cats, Josie, Tilly & Teddy who are naturally convinced that they are in charge and subsequently roam freely (please keep your doors closed if you don't want to have guests of your own). There is a well-equipped kitchen if you wish to prepare any meals – just be sure to load the dishwasher and try to be finished by ten so that I can get my beauty sleep! Opposite the house is a dedicated private and off-road drive for you to park a car. The back garden is split over two levels, please feel free to make use of the top level where you’ll find a selection of garden furniture available on the lawn. Please feel free to use the sitting room during the working week days, I do reserve this to myself for the evening and weekends though. House requests Other than respecting the non-smoking policy please just be mindful of the time and noise levels within the house after 10pm If you wish to stay up chatting after this then the conservatory off the kitchen is a great relaxed place for this.
    The house is built on a recent housing development in Par, Par is a village and fishing port with a harbour on the south Cornish coast set between Charlestown and Fowey.
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    Cornwall, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    A delightful, secluded cottage in the tranquil village of St. Ewe and 5 minutes from The Lost Gardens of Heligan. There is also a local pub called The Crown Inn in our village which serves excellent food and is only a few minutes walk away. This beautiful converted farm building is extremely well equipped and finished to a very high standard. The property is comprised of a bedroom with a superking size bed, a bathroom with shower, and a sitting room with a kitchen and dining area at one end.
    Your own private cottage garden, with a garden room ideally situated for relaxing and enjoying the rays of the evening sun.
    St.Ewe is a small very tranquil village in the heart of the Cornish countryside. Just ten minutes from the beautiful fishing village of Mevagissey. Two minutes from the Lost gardens of Heligan. Twenty minutes from the Eden project. Close to numerous wonderful Cornish beaches. Within easy striking distance of the South West coast path with it's hundreds of miles of fabulous walks. A quarter of an hour from the historic port at Charlestown. Just along from St. Austell, twenty minutes from Truro. At the northern end of the breathtakingly beautiful Roseland peninsula. Forty minutes from Newquay and the surfing beaches of the north coast. Not far from St. Mawes and Falmouth, Fowey and Lostwithiel, in truth St. Ewe is centrally located, and the entire county of Cornwall is easily accessible from Daisy Cottage.
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    Mevagissey, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    A charming self catering sea-side cottage full of character. Let From Friday to Friday Forming part of a terrace of very old fisherman’s cottages built right into the rocks on the north side of Portmellon Cove. Its situation, with commanding views overlooking the sea, is quite magical and second to none. At high tide dive from the rocks in front of the cottage and swim in deep water. At low tide it’s a simple climb down the rocks to the sandy beach and rock pools below.
    Middle Floor This is the main entrance from the road. The Sitting room has easy chairs a wood burner style electric heater, TV and DVD/VCR player, bed settee, telephone (incoming calls only). The bathroom has a bath with shower attachment, WC and basin. Top Floor Bedroom No. 1 has two pairs of sturdy bunk beds and leads into Bedroom No. 2, a double bedroom with a washbasin. Bottom Floor Consists of the Kitchen/Dining room dominated by a large open fireplace and a table, which comfortably seats six. The kitchen has a modern electric oven/grill, induction hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine. The shower/wet room includes a WC basin and electric shower ideal for washing down after a day on the beach. A small lobby for coats and boots leads out onto the Patio. The Patio With commanding views of the sea, across to Chapel Point and the beach below it’s a great place for eating outside or just simply taking the sun and watching the world go by. The patio adjoins Corner Cottage next door, has seating and a table. Steps lead down to a lower shared patio and the rocks.
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    Portmellon, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Take it easy in the cosy rocking chair, then relax with a family board game at this snug converted farm building at the northern end of the idyllic Roseland Peninsula. Be sure to visit the quintessential Cornish fishing village of Mevagissey nearby.
    Ermintrude Cottage has been skilfully converted by the Owners from an old farm building into a beautiful two bedroom holiday home. The attention to detail is outstanding and you will very soon feel at home in this relaxing and peaceful location. The cottage has a good sized kitchen with a comfortable sitting area and also a separate living room. Ermintrude can be easily accessed from it's own off-road parking area, and, with the exception of the first floor attic bedroom, it is all on one level, and so is fine for those who do not enjoy steps or steep inclines. The cottage is dog friendly with a great enclosed garden and some fabulous dog walking country nearby. Accommodation. Ground Floor: Entrance lobby with door to kitchen / living room at one end. The kitchen is extremely well equipped and really quite spacious, with a family dining table and chairs. The living area has a very comfortable corner sofa, a TV and DVD player and a large wooden box full of games and puzzles. From the other end of the entrance lobby there is a door through to a day room with lovely comfortable furniture and floor to ceiling windows - a perfect spot to sit and enjoy the view onto the garden. One of the sofas converts into a sofa bed. The Master bedroom is luxuriously appointed with a 6' zip & link bed that can be split into two single beds upon request. The cottage includes two separate bathrooms, both containing WC. One bathroom is an en-suite attached to the main bedroom and contains a gorgeous roll top bath. The other is equipped with a good shower. First Floor: A small twin bedroom, converted from the attic space, is accessed via the stairs and has quite restrictive headroom. It is absolutely ideal for children, slightly cosy for adults, but not uncomfortable. It can be made as a double or twin room on request. Exterior: An enclosed garden with external furniture and a built in space for disposable BBQs.
    The sleepy little Cornish village of St Ewe boasts stunning nearby coastline, and the coastal footpath is spectacular. There are also some delightful beaches nearby, including Pentewan, Gorran Haven, and Porthluney Cove near Caerhays Castle.
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    St.Austell, Cornwall, Regne Unit

    Overlooking sloping meadows with the River Fal running along the valley, this cottage has retained its 18th Century charm and benefits from a sunny enclosed garden and parking to the front of the cottage.
    Few places can compare with the Roseland Peninsula, one of the most picturesque and unspoilt parts of the British Isles. Here you will find a varied landscape of secluded coves, delightful creeks, wooded countryside, pretty fishing and rural villages, tranquil beaches, scenic cliffs and headlands. Situated in one of Cornwall's most beautiful locations, this tranquil self-catering cottage occupies an idyllic location in the friendly and picturesque village of Tregony, Cornwall. Within easy reach of the coast, Tregony is often described as the gateway to the Roseland Peninsula.This lovely cottage is on a quiet terrace with a small lane serving just a few houses. The car parking and garden are just across the lane. A compact living room / diner leads to a fully fitted kitchen to the rear.AccommodationGround Floor: Open plan dining area and sitting room. Kitchen. WC.First Floor: Master double bedroom with king sized double bed and small en-suite bathroom with over bath shower & separate WC.Exterior: Sunny enclosed garden to the front of the cottage (across the lane) and a small enclosed rear yard to the cottage with external table & chairs.Facilities & Services Heating is via central heating throughout with an electric fire in the sitting room. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge with freezer compartment dishwasher, washing machine & small tumble drier. The sitting room area has a digital TV & DVD player. There is an iron & ironing board.MiscellaneousElectricity, heating, bed linen & towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. Regrettably no smoking or dogs are allowed. Parking is available in front of the cottage for up to one vehicle. There is a cot & high chair. WiFi is available at the property.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is normally a Saturday.Short breaks are available during quieter periods.£100 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
    The village of Tregony in Cornwall is often referrred to as the 'gateway to the Roseland'. The exceptionally wide Fore Street is a relic from the days when this was a busy port and market town with considerable traffic. The port has long since silted up due in part to china clay workings up stream, but Tregony has retained its charm. Tregony has an unusual clock tower on Fore Street and the seventeenth century almshouses which boast an unusual wooden gallery. The site of a twelfth century Norman castle known as ‘Treg-ney' from which the village got its name is situated on Tregony Hill.The woods and riverside in the area between here and Ruan Lanihorne are fantastic to explore. The river is a firm favourite with ornithologists the magical Lamorran Woods are alive with bluebells in the spring. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Eden Project and the city of Truro are only a short drive away from Tregony.
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    Tregony, Tregony, Regne Unit

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    The Bolt Hole
    Preu:€43/nit
    5 avaluacions
    Superhost
    A charming self catering sea-side cottage full of character. Let from Friday to Friday Forming part of a terrace of very old fisherman’s cottages. Corner Cottage is built right into the rocks on the north side of Portmellon Cove. Its situation, with commanding views overlooking the sea, is quite magical and second to none. At high tide dive from the rocks in front of the cottage and swim in deep water. At low tide it’s a simple climb down the rocks to the sandy beach and rock pools below.
    Please note: - Corner Cottage is not suitable for young children. - Pets are not allowed. - The lower terrace is shared with Mermaid Cottage. - No Smoking. At high tide it is possible to swim straight from the rocks below the lower terrace or at low tide straight onto the sand. WHAT'S INCLUDED: - Bed Linen - Personal Bath and Hand towels. (Please bring your own towels for beach and outside use). - Tea towels. There is a nearby designated car parking space available.
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    Mevagissey, Regne Unit

    This charming, cosy, 17th century, listed, waterfront fisherman's cottage is situated directly above Mevagissey's inner harbour with unrivalled views of the harbour, village and out to sea. Ferryman's Cottage is the most delightfully romantic place to spend a peaceful holiday all year round. Ideally suited for a couple.
    Looking down into the lovely traditional old harbour of Mevagissey with fabulous views of the historic fishing village and out to sea, Ferryman's Cottage is located up a short path leading directly from the quay. This cosy cottage has been beautifully restored and furnished to a high standard. It has some unique features including a very narrow stairway and is one of the prettiest and best situated properties in the village.The accommodation consists of one double bedroom, upper sitting area, bathroom, kitchen and sitting room with wood burning stove. Parking is included on the further side of the harbour about 5 minutes' walk away (luggage can be unloaded on the quay just below the cottage).Accommodation Ground Floor: Open plan kitchen / dining / sitting room area.First Floor: Further sitting area with fabulous views over the harbour and out to sea, double bedroom & bathroom with over bath shower & WC.Exterior: No exterior space.Facilities & Services Heating is via electric convector heaters and the wood burning stove. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge & washer / dryer. The sitting room area has a flatscreen Freeview TV & DVD player. There is a radio, CD player and iPod Dock. There is an iron & ironing board. WiFi is available at the property.Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen & towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. Over the winter an initial scuttle of logs is provided for your arrival and further supplies can usually be obtained from the local Post Office. There is a parking permit available to guests staying at the property which entitles you to park 1 vehicle on the far side of the outer harbour either in the harbour-side car park or in any of the marked spaces beyond the aquarium and on the lighthouse pier. Regrettably no children are permitted at the property apart from babes in arms, but please note you would need to bring your own cot and high chair. No smoking or dogs are allowed at the property.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is a Friday only.Short breaks are available during quieter periods.£200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
    Mevagissey is a wonderful little Cornish fishing village in South East Cornwall. Ideally located within easy reach of both The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project. The tiny seaside village is packed with old Cornish cottages complete with narrow alleyways leading to converted fish cellars offering gift shops, galleries, pubs and cafes. Once a major Pilchard port, now the harbour boasts a smaller fleet, many of which provide sea tours, or boat trips to Fowey situated further up the South coast. The Harbour provides an ideal back drop for a fish and chip supper, followed by a stroll through the town at dusk.With a eight minute drive to The Lost Gardens of Heligan and 30 minutes to the Eden Project, Mevagissey provides a excellent location for the keen gardener. Gorran Haven nearby offers an alternative day out as well as Pentewan with its fresh water dock basin. You can continue south along the coast down to Caerhays Castle and Porthluney Cove. Cliff walks in all directions along the coast offer spectacular views out across the St Austell Bay.
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    Mevagissey, Mevagissey, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera1 llit
    Ferryman's Cottage
    Preu:€58/nit
    30 avaluacions
    Superhost
    Chy Rani is a lovely little couples retreat, perched on the rocks above Portmellon Cove and beach, the glorious views, tranquil sounds of waves lapping and the Cornish sea air will whisk you away from the daily grind and reinvigorate the soul.
    Chy Rani is a traditional fishing cottage perched high on the rocks above Portmellon beach, with a kitchen dining area downstairs and an open plan living area, bedroom and en-suite accessed via a spiral staircase on the floor above with stunning views of the beach, sea and cove. The owners take great pride in supplying their guests with a perfect, convivial environment, from arrival treats for any guest dogs, home baked welcome cakes and even packing a beach bag just in case you have left something behind! One thing is certain this will be a memorable holiday destination for all the right reasons!Portmellon is a quiet little cove surrounding a sandy beach, there is a pub on the other side of the road which serves local ales and home cooked food. Portmellon is less than a mile from the pretty harbour of Mevagissey which was once the centre of the Pilchard industry on the South Coast and most of the quaint cottages around the harbour were originally built during these times, Mevagissey is well endowed with a great variety of further pubs, shops and restaurants. Further west is the pretty village of Gorran Haven and Caerhays Castle and on, to the magnificent Roseland Peninsula.Accommodation Ground Floor: Enter into an open plan kitchen / dining area with stable front door, fitted kitchen units, table and chairs. Steep spiral staircase with fairly narrow treads leads to;First Floor: Open plan living area and bedroom, with comfortable chairs and footstools, flat-screen Freeview TV, double bed and en-suite with shower WC and hand basin. Please note there is only a curtain to the en-suite due to the size and shape of the room.Exterior: South facing sun terrace with chairs and table and magnificent sea views. There is access to the other cottages along the row so this area is not completely private.Facilities & Services Heating is via electric night storage heaters. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an electric oven and hob, a dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle and fridge / freezer, washing machine and heated drying rack. The sitting room area has a flatscreen Freeview TV & DVD player. There is an iron & ironing board. Free WiFi is available at the property.Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen, towels and beach towels are all included. One dog is welcome at the small additional charge of £30 per week, but please note your dog may not be left unattended in the property at any time. Although dogs are accepted at Chy Rani they are not allowed on the beach during July, August or September. No smoking is allowed at the property. There is no parking at the property but you can park in the Rising Sun Car park opposite for a small fee or there is on street parking nearby.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is a Saturday only.£150 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
    Portmellon is ideally suited to visit the world famous Eden Project, The Lost Gardens Of Heligan and the famous port of Charlestown. It is placed on the Coastal Footpath which runs past the cottage and offers a wealth of destinations both along the coast and inland. Portmellon has a variety of beaches nearby, from the family friendly Gorran Haven to the isolated Vault Beach near Dodman Point. Water sports and cycle hire are on offer at Pentewan.Meander along narrow lanes past tiny beaches through the beautiful Roseland to St. Mawes. From here take the passenger ferry to Falmouth sailing through the third deepest harbour in the world to visit quayside pubs and restaurants and see The Maritime Museum.From Chy Rani you are only a drive away from King Arthur's seat at Tintagel, or Doc Martin's seat at Port Isaac, or an artist's seat at The Tate in St Ives. But, perhaps the nicest part of our location is that without moving you can just sit within touching distance of the sea, and enjoy the view!
  • Una ubicació fantàstica, a poca distància a peu de Mevagissy, Portmellon és una petita cala molt bonica, bonic passeig al voltant de Chapel Point. El Shack va ser fantàstic per a un dinar saludable i vam gaudir d'una copa al pub local, tot i que els horaris eren una mica aleatoris. Chy Rani era tan bonic, perfecte per a nosaltres i el nostre gosset. Tot el que volíem i un descans fantàstic.

    Mandy2019-04-20T00:00:00Z
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    Portmellon, Mevagissey, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera1 llit
    Chy Rani
    Preu:€51/nit
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    Superhost
    The Cove has just been converted into a holiday apartment and is now available. It is situated in the beautiful coastal village of Gorran Haven and is a 5 minute walk away from the beach and quay. Many other beautiful,secluded beaches are within walking distance. The village has a local shop/bakery, a pub, fish and chip shop and a cafe.
    The Cove is a lovely, light space with countryside views. It has a small, well equipped kitchen and its own private parking right outside. It is situated next door to my house and the driveway is shared with me. A dog maybe accepted with prior discussion.
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    Gorran Haven, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Minicasa1 llit
    The Cove
    Preu:€51/nit
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    With lovely views, this property is ideal at any time of the year, with a host of attractions to suit all ages and interests nearby.. 2 steps to entrance. Ground Floor: Open plan living space: With wooden floor. Living area: With Freeview TV. Dining area. Kitchen area: With electric oven, induction hob, microwave and fridge. Shower room: With shower cubicle and toilet. First Floor: Bedroom: With double bed and single bed.. Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot available on request. Small courtyard with garden furniture. Private parking for 1 car. No smoking. Please note: This property has a security deposit of £100.. Providing beautiful holiday accommodation and overlooking the South Cornwall coast, these two properties (refs UK11038 and UK11039) ) are just minutes’ from the beaches of Carlyon Bay and Porthpean. The Carlyon Bay Hotel is nearby and has bars, restaurants and a golf course that overlooks the sea. The historic village of Charlestown with its pubs, museum, restaurants and shops is nearby and is home to traditional tall ships which are often moored at the quay. The seafaring towns of Fowey, Truro, Padstow, St Ives, Looe, Polperro, Newquay, The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and many National Trust houses and gardens are all within easy reach. Cycling, sailing, kayaking and horse riding are available locally. Beach ½ mile. Shop, pub and restaurant 1½ miles. These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 guests. Free WiFi
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    Carlyon Bay, near St Austell, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Fulmar Cottage is a cosy 17th-century fisherman's cottage overlooking Mevagissey harbour, where the tranquil sounds of a traditional Cornish fishing port will wash over you. The cottage is a few yards from the 15th century Fountain Inn and a short walk takes you to the bustling, narrow streets and the pretty harbour.
    Fulmar Cottage is superbly located right in the heart of Mevagissey, overlooking the picturesque harbour where fishing vessels are still active. Mevagissey was once the centre of the pilchard industry on the South Coast and most of the quaint cottages around the harbour were originally built during these times. The stunning Fountain Inn is a mere 30m down the road from the front door and is the oldest pub in the village dating from the 15th century. Mevagissey is a thriving village with a great variety of further pubs, independent shops and restaurants. The accommodation is on the first and second floors of the cottage. There are sea views from the front windows and you can lie in bed and watch the fishing boats heading out to sea. The open plan first floor maximises the space and light available. There is a flat-screen, wall-mounted 4K TV with access to Netflix and Amazon prime. A comfortable sofa, armchair with baa stool footrest. The kitchen area is a good-sized sociable space with a breakfast bar/ island with comfortable sheepskin stools. A good selection of cooking equipment, with oven, hob and microwave. There is also a Nespresso coffee machine and a Smeg toaster and kettle. On the second floor, there is a superb modern shower room with large walk-in shower and two double bedrooms. The front bedroom with harbour views has a built-in wardrobe and under bed storage. The second bedroom has a wardrobe with under bed storage. Accommodation Ground Floor: Entrance lobby. First Floor: Open plan kitchen/living area with fitted units, a sofa, armchair and a flat-screen TV. Stairs leading to: Second Floor: Landing with doors to the main bedroom with views over the harbour, 4'6" bed and storage. Shower room with large walk-in shower, WC and hand basin. Second bedroom with 4'6" double bed. Exterior: No exterior space. Facilities & Services Heating is via electric thermostatically controlled radiators. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an iron & ironing board located in the ground floor lobby. High-speed WiFi is available at the property. Miscellaneous Electricity, bed linen & towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. A well-behaved dog is permitted at the small additional charge of £25 per week, although please remember that you cannot leave dogs unattended in the property and the owners ask that dogs do not go into the bedrooms. Strictly no smoking. A high chair is available on request. A parking permit will be provided for the harbour car park. General Booking Information Short breaks are available during quieter periods. £200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
    Mevagissey is a wonderful little Cornish fishing village in South East Cornwall. Ideally located within easy reach of both The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project. The tiny seaside village is packed with old Cornish cottages complete with narrow alleyways leading to converted fish cellars offering gift shops, galleries, pubs and cafes. Once a major Pilchard port, now the harbour boasts a smaller fleet, many of which provide sea tours, or boat trips to Fowey situated further up the South coast. The Harbour provides an ideal back drop for a fish and chip supper, followed by a stroll through the town at dusk.With an eight minute drive to The Lost Gardens of Heligan and 30 minutes to the Eden Project, Mevagissey provides a excellent location for the keen gardener. Gorran Haven nearby offers an alternative day out as well as Pentewan with its fresh water dock basin. You can continue south along the coast down to Caerhays Castle and Porthluney Cove. Cliff walks in all directions along the coast offer spectacular views out across the St Austell Bay.
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    Mevagissey, Mevagissey, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera2 llits
    Fulmar Cottage
    Preu:€51/nit
    21 avaluacions
    Superhost
    Hi, We are 0.5 miles from st austell railway and bus station. Near by to us is, The historic small port of Charlestown 1.2 miles by road, Beach, 3 good pubs and eateries, shipwreck museum, and where some of Poldark was filmed and others. Has frequent tallships in the harbour. The Eden Project 3 miles by road. Porthpean beach [1 of our favourites] 2 miles, seasonal kayak hire.
    Heligan gardens 7.1 miles Quaint fishing port of mevagissey Beautiful Fowey
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    Cornwall, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

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    Stonemasons cottage
    Preu:€31/nit
    19 avaluacions
    Superhost
    Modern house with a lovely garden in a quiet estate. Less than a 5 minute walk to the train/bus station, which has direct links to the Eden Project, London and the North. The town centre is also less than a 5 minute walk away. The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge, gas hob, kettle, toaster, washing machine, dryer, etc. A bright, spacious lounge opens onto the garden through double doors. The driveway has room for two cars and parking is also available on the road.
    The house will have new furniture to what is shown in the photos. Guests are welcome to use the kayaks, fishing rods, bbq, and whatever other fun things you can find in the garage. Please be respectful of neighbours; the estate is primarily occupied by young families who have to wake up early for jobs and school runs.
    Most people who come to St Austell come for the things it's close to: beautiful beaches, amazing gardens and of course, the Eden Project. Don't get me wrong, these are all very good reasons to visit! But there are two little gems I'd like to give a mention that are within walking distance of the house. The first is the mining museum of Wheal Martyn. St Austell was a clay mining town after all, and the museum does a fantastic job of taking you through the history of the clay mining industry and how everything worked. With a wealth of indoor displays and a beautiful outside area to explore, there are a number of ways to enjoy your visit there. The second is Menacuddle Well, which is a magical little place that is free to visit. It lies just outside of town, where the St Austell river flows through the valley. It's not a tourist destination, there are no toilets or cafes, just a few very old man-made structures (including a small waterfall) in a woodland clearing that was recently unearthed and is now maintained. Unfortunately it is right next to a busy road, but once you're down at the water's edge you can hardly hear it, and the whole place is very peaceful and calming. I'll be more than happy to provide maps for walking or driving to each of these places, as well as some tips to stay off of the roads as much as possible if walking.
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    Cornwall, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Built in 1874 Tregarton Cottage stands at the entrance to Tregarton Park, our touring and camping park. Ideal for the family of 4 it has two bedrooms, one with a 5ft double bed and the other newly extended twin room with two 3ft single beds. There is a modern bathroom with a shower over the bath, w/c and wash basin that is set in a vanity unit.
    There are extensive views from the upstairs rooms across the fields at the rear and over the holiday park at the front. Looking south there is a glimpse of the sea from both bedrooms. With both coastal and countryside views, Tregarton Cottage is ideally situated for visiting big attractions such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Eden Project and the Flambard Experience, as well as the quaint harbour village of Mevagissey. In the ancient village of Mevagissey you can browse around the galleries and craft shops, giving you an insight into the history of the area. Whether you are a family or a couple looking for an annual summer holiday in Cornwall, we have something for everyone. We cannot guarantee the weather, however, we can guarantee you a warm welcome!
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    Gorran, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    This beautifully converted barn is in lovely countryside north of Tregony at the gateway to the Roseland Peninsula. A truly superb place to stay, this conversion is centrally heated and double glazed, yet retains its undoubted character, with oak timber floors, exposed stonework, a newly fitted kitchen and bathrooms.
    Little Carwinnick is a beautifully converted barn and is superbly presented by the owners. It is a truly superb place to stay, being centrally heated and double glazed, yet retaining its undoubted character, with oak timber floors and exposed stonework, a newly fitted kitchen and bathroom. Located in a peaceful, yet extremely convenient location at the north end of the Roseland Peninsula. Carwinnick is superbly positioned for those wanting to visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan or the Eden Project, both of which are less than 20 minutes drive away. The barn benefits from a sizeable living space with comfortable sofas, a flat screen TV and a fully fitted modern kitchen. There is access onto the patio area with its tables and chairs, ideal for al fresco dining. The property stands in gardens and grounds extending to around 2 acres. The majority is grassed, making it an ideal area for children to play and explore. There is a small copse where bluebells flower in the spring. In addition the Owners have set over 3,000 daffodil bulbs since the development was completed! The former enclosed farmyard is a wonderful sun trap and catches the setting sun and is laid out with limestone paved patios to provide both sitting and outside eating areas, weather permitting. Accommodation Ground Floor: Double bedroom, twin bedroom, family bathroom with over bath shower. First Floor: Fully fitted kitchen, lounge and dining area. Exterior: Patio with external furniture and BBQ facilities. Facilities & Services Heating is via oil fired heating throughout. The kitchen is equipped with an electric oven & hob, fridge / freezer, dishwasher, microwave & washing machine. The lounge has a large TV with DVD Player. There is WiFi available at this property. Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. There is plenty of parking available for vehicles. Regrettably no dogs are allowed. We regret no smoking is permitted. General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday. Short breaks are available throughout the year. £100 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required. Discounts available for couples staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using one bedroom only.
    The village of Tregony (3.5 miles away) in Cornwall is often referrred to as the 'gateway to the Roseland'. The exceptionally wide Fore Street is a relic from the days when this was a busy port and market town with considerable traffic. The port has long since silted up due in part to china clay workings up stream, but Tregony has retained its charm. Tregony has an unusual clock tower on Fore Street and the seventeenth century almshouses which boast an unusual wooden gallery. The site of a twelfth century Norman castle known as ‘Treg-ney’ from which the village got its name is situated on Tregony Hill. Tregony has a good local convenience store, plus a Post Office and good village pub in the Kings Arms. For really good food, we recommend the Kings Head at Ruan Lanihorne, only a short drive away. The city of Truro (10 miles away) with it's great shopping including a Tesco, Sainsburys & Marks & Spencers, is within a 15 minute drive of Tregony. St Austell (5 miles away) was once the major producer of the worlds China Clay, now with cheaper foreign imports the industry is in decline but The Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum set in two former working pits depicts the countryside in years gone by. Wet weather activities could include the visitor centre at St Austell Brewery, sampling beers and ales made on the premises. The brewery has recently started exporting their products across the Tamar River to England, so you may just find where your favourite brew is made. With large attractions such as the Eden Project on the outskirts of St Austell, The Lost Gardens of Heligan a 20 minute drive towards Mevagissey, and Charlestown mere minutes away it provides an ideal base for your travels. The coastal town of Fowey is a simple 20 minutes drive past the China Clay port of Par, offering fabulous restaurants, galleries and gift shops. A short car ferry across the river takes you on to Polruan. Daphne du Maurier spent her later years in properties in and around Fowey, a festival of her works takes place each May.
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    St Austell, St Austell, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera3 llits
    Little Carwinnick
    Preu:€55/nit
    5 avaluacions
    Superhost
    Comfortable double room in our home, located on a quiet hillside on the edge of Mevagissey with panoramic views of the village and the Heligan Valley. Tea and coffee in your room. TV with Freeview and Netflix, WiFi. We have extensive knowledge of Mevagissey and surrounding areas and can offer you discounted tickets for The Lost Gardens of Heligan. We offer quiet and comfortable accommodation, free parking, easily accessible from the main road and a 10 minute walk downhill to Mevagissey Harbour.
    We are situated in a quiet street on the edge of the village, we are at the top of the hill hence the beautiful panoramic views but we work from home and are usually available for a lift up and down which takes less than 5 minutes. If you wish to walk down it takes about ten minutes to reach the picturesque harbour. Alternatively, there is a conveniently located car park at the bottom of the hill if you prefer to take your own car down. Alex is a Complementary Therapist and offers a range of holistic and beauty therapies in her therapy room at the house. Guests may choose from Reiki, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage, Luxury Facial Treat. Please see our Guidebook for The Holistic Mermaid in Mevagissey.
    We are located in a quiet residential street on the edge of the picturesque harbour village of Mevagissey. The village is a beautiful place to visit, there are boat trips and a ferry to Fowey if you wish to venture out to sea. There are many lovely shops, pubs and restaurants to interest you as well as a free museum and aquarium on the harbour. Whatever you wish to do here there are opportunities for rest, play and relaxation. The famous Lost Gardens of Heligan are a 5 minute drive or a 20 minute walk from us and we can offer you discounted tickets for an amazing day out.
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    Mevagissey, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

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    Mevaview
    Preu:€34/nit
    135 avaluacions
    Superhost
    Penstrassoe 3 Within walking distance to Charlestown and easy access to the Eden Project, Heligan Gardens and many beautiful Cornish beaches, this room will provide you with a comfortable base to explore the wonders of Cornwall.
    A double room with TV, Amazon Firestick, tea & coffee making facilities, newly refurbished family bathroom.
    Locally there is an excellent provision of food choices within walking distance. We are also perfectly positioned to explore the entire County. Previous guests have visited The Historic Port of Charlestown (Poldark has been filmed here), Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan. Within an hour you can be walking on Bodmin Moor or swimming in the blue waters of Porth Curnow. Beaches are plentiful! The most local is Carlyon Bay with others such as Porthpean, Pentewan, Caerhays and Polkerris a short drive away. If you fancy exploring more widely head for the Roseland Peninsula and look for Carne, Pendower and Caerhayes. The North Coast is more rugged and a fantastic spot to watch the sun set. Personally I love, Newquay, Crantock, Holywell Bay, Polzeath, Harlin Bay & Perranporth. St Austell town centre is a short stroll left out of the house and up the hill. It has a variety of independent and high street stores and is definitely worth a potter if you have time. Truro is larger and the Cathedral City of Cornwall. There are many shops, restaurants, cafes in the city as well as the Museum for Cornwall and of course the stunning Cathedral! If you like walking I thoroughly recommend ‘IWALK Cornwall’ which is a free app and has loads of fantastic circular walks for every taste, covering the whole of Cornwall. A walk costs £1.99 to download and uses GPS to guide you every step of the way. Eating and Drinking Costa – great for a coffee and snack breakfast – turn right out of the house and cross at the double roundabout. Follow the road towards Mevagissey and you will find Costa in the complex on your right. You can’t miss McDonalds and KFC which are also in that area! Frankie and Bennie’s, Wetherspoons & Prezzo are in the White River Place, turn left out of the house, 2 mins walk up the hill along with a host of independents including Smorgers, Nepalese Gurkha Restaurant, Watermargin Chinese Restaurant, Walkers Fish & Chips If you fancy something different head for Charlestown to eat or drink. There is a plethora of bars, restaurants and coffee shops, some of which are listed below. All have a pleasant atmosphere & serve high quality food but please make sure you book ahead to avoid disappointment*: The Longstore* - Charlies Boathouse* - The Pier House Hotel* - Rashleigh Inn * - The Harbourside - Charlies Coffee Shop – Pentewan is 10 min drive and offers, Simply Judes Brasserie and The Kingswood Restaurant can be found 5 minutes away in London Apprentice A more complete guide can be found: https://www.eatoutcornwall.com/restaurants/st-austell/
  • Era un lloc agradable i còmode per allotjar-se. Habitació neta i ordenada. Sempre hi havia llocs disponibles per aparcar a la carretera de terra.

    Ksenia2019-08-26T00:00:00Z
  • Va ser una estada ràpida, vam arribar tard i marxar d’hora. No ens vam poder reunir, però mitjançant l'aplicació vam rebre tota la informació necessària, indicacions i ubicació. Molt eficient per respondre els vostres correus electrònics i l'habitació estava impecable.

    Mauro2019-08-24T00:00:00Z
  • L’estada de Jeremy és àmplia, bon servei, resposta puntual i el llit era tan còmode! Vam dormir molt més a fons del normal!

    Emmanuel2019-08-23T00:00:00Z
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    Cornwall, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    Hallane Mill is an immaculately restored cottage nestled at the bottom of a valley where it meets the sea with a shingle beach and unrivalled views. You will not find a better spot for a romantic retreat in Cornwall.
    There are very few properties in Cornwall as private as this, yet so close to the sea. The coast path actually meanders around the back of the house and there is a shingle beach 5m in front of the property. The Mill itself has been beautifully restored, with amazing attention to detail, and tastefully decorated and furnished while maximising character features. Imagine watching the sun rise over the sea while sipping a morning cup of tea or coffee followed by a refreshing dip in the crystal waters.Porthpean Beach is just to the north and is sandy, safe and sheltered with rock pools at the south western extremity while at the opposite end the cliffs are mainly populated by nesting birds. There is an 18 hole golf course just above it on the cliff top. The Eden Project is just to the east of St Austell, the Lost Gardens of Heligan a short drive to the south west, the picturesque Roseland Peninsula with its quaint fishing villages is within half an hour's drive and Newquay's vibrant surfing lifestyle and golden beaches are a similar distance to the north.Accommodation Ground Floor: Entrance into small utility room with doors to: Downstairs WC with handbasin. Open plan kitchen / dining room with fully fitted units and table and chairs, back door to rear patio, opening into double aspect lounge with stunning sea views, wood burning stove in stone fireplace, comfortable sofas and TV. Stairs from kitchen area lead to:First Floor: Landing with doors to: Master double bedroom with spectacular sea views, 5' double bed and storage, further door to en suite shower room with WC and hand basin. Second bedroom with twin 3' single beds and storage. Family bathroom with shower over bath, WC and hand basin.Exterior: Table and chairs, sun loungers and a barbecue on the front terrace which has a path that leads onto the beach (5m). The coastal footpath extends around the back of the property. Parking on the drive for 2 cars.Facilities & Services Heating is via oil central heating. The kitchen has fully fitted units, electric oven & gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge / freezer & washing machine and tumble dryer. The lounge has a flat screen TV & DVD player with freesat and the ability to play cds. WiFi is available at the property.Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included; please bring your own beach towels. Parking is on the private drive alongside the property. Unfortunately, no dogs are permitted at Hallane Mill. We regret no smoking is permitted. Babes in arms (not crawling) and children over 10 only are welcome at the Mill. There is a travel cot and high chair available on request. There is public access to the beach but no other houses or vehicular access nearby so it is unlikely to be overrun.Please note supermarkets will not deliver to Hallane Mill however the best option is to "click and collect" from either Asda or Tesco in St Austell.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is a Friday.Short breaks are available during quieter periods.£250 security deposit is required to be pre-authorised on your card.
    Trenarren is equidistant between Porthpean, Charleston and St Austell to the north and Pentewan, Mevagissey and Caerhays to the south.Porthpean has a marvellous central location, a mere 5 minutes from the centre of St Austell yet sitting on a south east facing hill with a splendid view of St Austell Bay. The eighteen hole golf course has a mix with the front nine in a parkland setting bordering Penrice Woods with distant rural views of Cornwall, the back nine has an unsurpassed view across the bay towards Fowey. Porthpean Beach is sandy and sheltered and is a safe place to swim, paddle, explore rock pools or watch the nesting birds on the cliff.Less than a 10 minute drive away is the pretty harbour of Charlestown which offers plenty of places to get food and drink, a sweet shop, a couple of galleries and a Ship Wreck museum. It can also be reached by means of the coastal footpath from Porthpean. It is an excellent village to visit for a relaxed pub meal whilst enjoying views over the harbour and out to sea. There is also a small beach.Pentewan (just north of Mevagissey) has an industrial past that is still evident in the village today. It was once a busy harbour built by a local mine owner for shipping china clay. Inland is the Pentewan Valley Trail which is 4km of woodland and riverside walking following an old gauge railway to the village of London Apprentice. The village also has a small, friendly pub with tables on the old harbourside. There is a wonderful sandy, beach which is ideal for families.The town of Mevagissey is just a 5 minute drive in a southerly direction. Mevagissey is a wonderful little Cornish fishing village in South East Cornwall. Ideally located within easy reach of both The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project. The tiny seaside village is packed with old Cornish cottages complete with narrow alleyways leading to converted fish cellars offering gift shops, galleries, pubs and cafes. Once a major Pilchard port, now the harbour boasts a smaller fleet, many of which provide sea tours, or boat trips to Fowey situated further up the South coast. The Harbour provides an ideal back drop for a fish and chip supper, followed by a stroll through the town at dusk.With a 10 minute drive to The Lost Gardens of Heligan and 30 minutes to the Eden Project, Mevagissey provides a excellent location for the keen gardener. Gorran Haven nearby offers an alternative day out as well as Pentewan with its fresh water dock basin. You can continue south along the coast down to Caerhays Castle and Porthluney Cove. Cliff walks in all directions along the coast offer spectacular views out across the St Austell Bay.The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project are within an easy drive and so this is an excellent location for the keen gardener. Nearby Gorran Haven offers an alternative day out. You can continue south along the coast down to Caerhays Castle and Porthluney Cove. Cliff walks in all directions along the coast offer spectacular views out across the St Austell Bay with the coastal path only a few minutes walk from the cottage.St Austell was once the major producer of the world's China Clay. Now with cheaper foreign imports the industry is in decline but The Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum set in two former working pits depicts the countryside in years gone by. Wet weather activities could include the visitor centre at St Austell Brewery, sampling beers and ales made on the premises. The brewery has recently started exporting its products across the Tamar River to England, so you may just find where your favourite brew is made.
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    Trenarren, near Pentewan, Pentewan, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera3 llits
    Hallane Mill
    Preu:€128/nit
    5 avaluacions
    Superhost
    Rock Cottage is a beautiful, traditional cottage in an amazing location perched on the rocks above Portmellon beach, at high tide the water laps around the property but recedes to expose a lovely expanse of sand and a plethora of rock pools. You won't find a property in Cornwall closer to the water without getting wet!
    Rock Cottage is a 17th Century, traditional, detached cottage that is perched on the rocks above Portmellon beach with stunning sea views from every room, exposed beams, an open plan living area with a cosy fire, and two spacious bedrooms. The owners take great pride in supplying their guests with a perfect, convivial environment, from arrival treats for any guest dogs, home baked welcome cakes and even packing a beach bag just in case you have left something behind! One thing is certain, this will be a memorable holiday destination for all the right reasons!Portmellon is a quiet unspoilt cove with a sandy beach and slipway. It is only a 10 minute walk to the historic fishing port of Mevagissey, a tiny seaside village of small alleyways and traditional buildings, with a selection of restaurants and pubs and shops. Once a busy pilchard port, Mevagissey still has a small fishing fleet but also offers scenic and fishing trips, boat hire and the ferry to Fowey.Accommodation Ground Floor: Enter into large, open plan living / kitchen / dining area. Sea views from all windows, fitted kitchen units and appliances, dining table and seats and comfortable sofas around an open fire and Freeview TV. Staircase leads to;First Floor: Opens into landing area with door that leads directly onto the road outside. Further doors to; twin bedroom with sea views and storage, master bedroom with sea views and storage, family bathroom with shower over, WC and hand basin.Exterior: South facing sun terrace with seating and magnificent sea views.Facilities & Services Heating is via electric night storage heaters and the open fire. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an electric oven and hob, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge / freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. The sitting room area has a flatscreen, Freeview TV & DVD player. There is an iron & ironing board. Free WiFi is available at the property.Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen, towels and beach towels are all included. Up to two dogs are welcome at the small additional fee of £30 per dog per week, but please note dogs may not be left unattended in the property at any time. Although dogs are accepted at Rock Cottage, they are not allowed on the beach during July, August or September. No smoking is allowed at the property. There is no parking at the property but you can park in the Rising Sun Car park opposite for a small fee or there is on street parking nearby.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is a Saturday only.£250 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
    Portmellon is ideally suited to visit the world famous Eden Project, The Lost Gardens Of Heligan and the famous port of Charlestown. It is placed on the Coastal Footpath which runs past the cottage and offers a wealth of destinations both along the coast and inland. Portmellon has a variety of beaches nearby, from the family friendly Gorran Haven to the isolated Vault Beach near Dodman Point. Water sports and cycle hire are on offer at Pentewan.Meander along narrow lanes past tiny beaches through the beautiful Roseland to St. Mawes. From here take the passenger ferry to Falmouth sailing through the third deepest harbour in the world to visit quayside pubs and restaurants and see The Maritime Museum.From Rock Cottage you are only a drive away from King Arthur's seat at Tintagel, or Doc Martin's seat at Port Isaac, or an artist's seat at The Tate in St Ives. But, perhaps the nicest part of our location is that without moving you can just sit within touching distance of the sea, and enjoy the view!
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    Portmellon, Mevagissey, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera3 llits
    Rock Cottage
    Preu:€78/nit
    5 avaluacions
    Superhost
    A self contained 1 bedroom cottage for 2 guests in the beautiful Cornish countryside, close to a range of attractions including the Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan. Experience scenic walks along the South West Coastal path, close to numerous beautiful beaches and a number of gardens. Caerhays Castle and the historic ports of Charlestown and Mevagissey are right on your doorstep. The local pub, Polgooth Inn, is only half a mile away serving St Austell brewery ales & quality food.
    Heatherside has a private entrance and patio space, for guests’ use only. There is parking available, however, if you are arriving via public transport we can arrange pick up and drop off at St Austell train station if required. *WELCOME PACK* The kitchen is fully equipped for your stay, with an oven, washing machine and fridge. There will also be a Welcome Pack awaiting you on your arrival, which includes; local bread & jam, eggs, milk, tea, coffee and cereal. (Please advise if you have dietary allergies.) Sitting area/ double bedroom with comfortable double bed, TV & DVD player and storage facilities. All bedding is included and a range of books, games and dvds for the use of guests. Shower room with towels provided although it is requested that guests bring their own beach towels. Smoking is not allowed in the property.
    There is much to see and do within walking distance of Levalsa Meor including the woodland trail to Pentewan where you can hire bikes or enjoy a walk through historic trails to the sea or to the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Charlestown and Fowey are a short drive away as is the beautiful Roseland peninsula where you can catch a ferry to Falmouth or the National Trust Trelissick gardens. Mevagissey is a fishing village with a working harbour where fishing trips are available at certain times of the year. Mevagissey Feast week takes place 24th - 30th June celebrating the ‘Feast of St Peter’ since 1754. A day out in Truro either by car; park and ride available, or train; is a must for any visit to mid Cornwall with the Cathedral, historic trail and independent shops well worth a visit. St Austell offers a range of amenities including the mainline train station (3 Miles from Heather Cottage) there is a cinema, local shops, supermarkets and leisure centre. The Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum is well worth a visit and highlights the historic importance to the development of mid Cornwall. This property is ideal for cyclists, walkers, garden enthusiasts and sea lovers.
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    Levalsa Meor, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    A beach-style Shepherd's hut situated right on the cliffs edge with breathtaking panoramic views of the ocean. Wake up to the sound of the sea and enjoy breakfast out on the deck! The hut features a well-equipped kitchen and small dining area ideal for meals for two, plus a bathroom with shower and toilet. Despite the remote nature, there is also high speed WIFI and a TV for cosy nights in, as well as a selection of books for keen readers. The hut is a short walk from local amenities, including pubs, shops, cafes and a fish and chip takeaway!
    There are few places where one can wake up to see, smell and hear the ocean all around you, but Perhaver Shepherd's Hut is one of them! Staying here is a truly relaxing experience, perfect for couples, lone travellers or a parent and child. However, please do note the maximum number of guests we allow are two and the hut is not suitable for infants. There is a well planned kitchen and dining area with hob, small oven, microwave, and fridge. Breakfast bar with tall stools and small fold down table with 2 chairs is your dining table for two or a desk for those lucky enough to work remotely. The double doors can be opened to include the curved wooden deck as part of the living space. There is a BBQ, outdoor dining furniture and sun-loungers for two. Although the hut is great for summer days, with under-floor heating and excellent insulation, WIFI, and lots of books, it still makes the perfect winter getaway. The lovely curved wooden deck with a rope balustrade overlooks a large lawned garden with a wide panoramic view of the bay. The cliff-scape and rocky headland to the east is dramatic and uplifting. There is garden around the hut. The 20 metre lawn slopes gently towards a surrounding hedge with the cliff edge beyond and sea below. Parking is by the main house about 20 metres away. Access is down a short flight of steps from the parking area, along a sloping, slate pathway across the lawn, then steps lead up to the hut.
    The Sheperd's Hut is perfectly situated to explore the best of what South Cornwall has to offer. Just 10 minutes walk away is the quaint harbour of Gorran Haven with a sandy beach and wall for fishing off. Here you can also enjoy local pubs, a few cafes, restaurants and a small shop for essentials. Other great pubs include the Barley Sheaf just up the road in Gorran Churchtown and the Llawnroc Hotel. For the hikers, there are stunning coastal paths traversing most of the South Cornwall coast line. These are easy to pick up from several locations surrounding the hut, my favourite of which is the walk to the historic Dodmans Point. On the way you will pass Vault Beach - one of Cornwall's best kept secrets! This mile long stretch of white sand is the perfect escape from the summer crowds. Other great local beaches include Caerhays beach and castle and the quieter Hemmick. Both can be reached via coastal paths if you are feeling adventurous! For those with transport, the larger fishing village of Mevagissey is well worth a visit. Here you can find ample gift shops with local crafts and produce, pubs serving real ale and lots of great cafes, takeaways and restaurants. Other notable local activities include the stunning Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project.
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    Gorran Haven, Anglaterra, Regne Unit

    This charming 18th century home has been fully refurbished into a delightful, modern holiday cottage. The property, which benefits from a fully enclosed back garden and off street parking, is conveniently situated just a short stroll from the picturesque and historic harbour of Charlestown which has a good selection of pubs and restaurants.
    This wonderful three bedroom cottage has been thoughtfully refurbished to combine modern facilities with the attractive original features that give country houses their unique charm and character. The ground floor benefits from a stylish open plan kitchen diner, a light and comfortable sitting room and useful utility room, with beautiful limestone-tiled floors throughout.You are truly in Poldark country here! A number of scenes from the much-loved ITV series were filmed around Charlestown's historic harbour, as have a number of other well known film and TV series. It is a great place to explore with its fascinating Shipwreck Centre, lovely beach and great range of places to eat. Westaway provides the ideal base for exploring this part of Cornwall, with the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan only a short drive away.AccommodationGround Floor: Open plan kitchen and dining room with a utility room to the rear, access to the garden and a downstairs WC. The sitting room is comfortable and cosy and has a wide screen TV behind cupboard doors.First Floor: Master bedroom with a 5' double bed, a twin bedroom and a bunk room. Large family bathroom with beautiful roll-top bath and separate walk in shower.Exterior: Well presented walled back garden which is fully enclosed and has access to the side road. Part grassed and with a lovely patio, this is a great west facing spot and a lovely place to relax. A BBQ is provided and there is outside furniture.Facilities & Services Heating is via central heating throughout and there are two working open fireplaces on the ground floor. The kitchen has a range of equipment, including a Nespresso coffee machine. There is an electric oven and gas hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, dishwasher, fridge plus fridge/freezer and washer/dryer. The sitting room area has a flatscreen digital TV & DVD player. There is WiFi available at the property. There is an iron & ironing board.Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included but you will need to bring your own beach towels. Coal for the fireplaces is provided. Regrettably no smoking is allowed. There is a dedicated off road car parking space immediately outside the cottage. Up to two well behaved dogs will be permitted at a small additional cost of £25 per dog / per week. There is a high chair.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday.Short breaks are available during quieter periods.£200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.Discounts available for couples staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using one room only.
    Nestled between St Austell and Carlyon Bay, Charlestown is a picturesque, historic fishing port on the South East coast of Cornwall.Having largely resisted the modernisation and commercialisation of some other popular destinations, Charlestown has held onto it's unique, quintessential Cornish charm. For this reason, it has been a popular backdrop to a number of film and television projects, including Poldark, Dr Who and Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Steeped in history, no visit would be complete without a trip to the Charlestown shipwreck and Heritage centre, which exhibits a fascinating array of artefacts, stories and information about the village and it's maritime history. Aside from the museum, Charlestown also has a couple of art galleries, a harbourside pub boasting excellent views, a small sandy beach and a number of small shops to browse your way through.Once a year the village holds its annual Regatta: a week long event featuring watersports, games, sports competitions and a carnival, all to raise money for the village. With plenty to while away a very pleasant day, Charlestown is well worth a visit.
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    Charlestown, St Austell, St Austell, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera5 llits
    Westaway Cottage
    Preu:€75/nit
    24 avaluacions
    Superhost
    The Customs House, immaculately refurbished to the very highest standard by its fastidious owner, nestles by the inner harbour in the peaceful little seaside village of Pentewan. With the sandy beach right on the doorstep and the bustling fishing village of Mevagissey 5 minutes away, this comfortable cottage is the ideal base for both family summer holidays and romantic winter breaks for two.
    With the hustle and bustle of Mevagissey just 5 minutes away, the stunning Lost Gardens of Heligan 8 minutes away, The Customs House is the perfect location. The Eden Project is 20 minutes away near St Austell, well worth a visit. The sandy beach at Pentewan is only a few minutes walk away, which also has a wonderful beach restaurant. There is a great local pub with garden a few minutes in land.Immaculately refurbished, beautifully decorated and equipped with all the comforts of home, The Customs House just feels perfect and is one of our very favourite cottages! The cottage looks over the main square and out onto the harbour and sea beyond.Accommodation Ground Floor: Small Porch, kitchen, dining room, bathroom with large shower. The dining room has a sofa bed which makes a small double bed.First Floor: Reached via open staircase to a living room, bunk bed room and separate bathroom with roll top bath.Second Floor: Master double bedroom also reached via an open staircase.Exterior: Small front garden with seating. Summer house & secluded sun deck with exterior furniture and disposable BBQ facilities.Facilities & Services Heating is via central heating throughout. The kitchen has a range of modern equipment. There is a gas hob with an electric oven, a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge / freezer, dishwasher & washing machine. In the living room area there is a flatscreen digital Freeview TV & DVD player, CD & Radio. WiFi is available at the property. There is an iron & ironing board. There is a cot and high chair available on request.Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen & towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. Regrettably no smoking or dogs are allowed. There is private parking for up to 2 vehicles at the back of the cottage.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is a Saturday.Shortbreaks are available during quieter periods.£200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.Discounts available for couples staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using one room only.
    Pentewan (just north of Mevagissey) has an industrial past that is still evident in the village today. It was once a busy harbour built by a local mine owner for shipping china clay. Inland is the Pentewan Valley Trail which is 4km of woodland and riverside walking following an old gauge railway to the village of London Apprentice. The village also has a small, friendly pub with tables on the old harbourside. There is a wonderful sandy, beach which is ideal for families.The town of Mevagissey is just a 5 minute drive in a southerly direction. Mevagissey is a wonderful little Cornish fishing village in South East Cornwall. Ideally located within easy reach of both The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project. The tiny seaside village is packed with old Cornish cottages complete with narrow alleyways leading to converted fish cellars offering gift shops, galleries, pubs and cafes. Once a major Pilchard port, now the harbour boasts a smaller fleet, many of which provide sea tours, or boat trips to Fowey situated further up the South coast. The Harbour provides an ideal back drop for a fish and chip supper, followed by a stroll through the town at dusk.With an eight minute drive to The Lost Gardens of Heligan and 30 minutes to the Eden Project, Mevagissey provides a excellent location for the keen gardener. Gorran Haven nearby offers an alternative day out as well as Pentewan with its fresh water dock basin. You can continue south along the coast down to Caerhays Castle and Porthluney Cove. Cliff walks in all directions along the coast offer spectacular views out across the St Austell Bay.
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    Pentewan, Pentewan, Regne Unit

    Casa sencera3 llits
    The Customs House
    Preu:€67/nit
    2 avaluacions
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