Self Catering in Cornwall - St Keverne
Areas: West Cornwall, Cornwall
Sleeps a maximum of: 12
Pricing From: £765.00 - 1631.00
THIS GRAND FARMHOUSE IS LOCATED ON THE BREATHTAKING LIZARD PENINSULA Set within one of the country's most beautifully rugged landscapes the Lizard Peninsula which is home to some of the most breathtaking scenery clifftop walks passing old disused mine works and numerous hidden coves and the famous Helford River is just 2 miles away. Trelease Farmhouse offers the best of both worlds. In this quiet farm setting relaxation is mandatory however when you have recharged your batteries adventures await throughout West Cornwall.
Working alongside the Countryside and Forestry Commission the owners strive to run the farm along organic lines and in 2000 they planted 6000 new trees installed wind turbines and created a 3 mile woodland walk around the farm. Helston with its vast choice of pubs shops and restaurants is just a short drive. However if activity is what you fancy Penzance the area capital offers a wide range of activities from sailing helicopter trips bowling laser shooting as well as a selection of restaurants shops and pubs.
A must visit for any trip to Cornwall is Lands End the most Westerly point of England; you cannot help but be taken back by the panoramic views. Just a short drive away is the maritime town of Falmouth famed for its castle and naval history its array of boutique shops and seafood restaurants. This grand farmhouse offers you the chance to stay in a slice of Cornwall offering FIVE bedrooms: 1 master double with four-poster bed and bunk beds just off 2 twin bedrooms and 1 unusual retreat bedroom that is reached through the kitchen and is on 2 levels with its own en-suite shower room offering 1 double bedroom with 2 single beds (that are reached via steep stairs); the perfect room for the older children to enjoy their own space on holiday.
Bathroom: also situated on the first floor with bath and WC. Downstairs shower room with WC. Lounge: spacious area where you are greeted by all the period features you would expect from a property mentioned in the Doomsday Book with beams made from the old shipwrecks off the coast and large inglenook fireplace with millstone hearth (first basket of logs supplied).
Kitchen/diner: with an Aga stove larder area electric cooker microwave fridge/freezer dishwasher and washing machine. The large pine table offers ample seating for everyone to enjoy each others company. Outside: french doors lead out of the lounge into the large well established garden which is a fully enclosed sun trap complete with sunken patio and BBQ.
Games barn: with a pool table and dart board shared with 1 smaller holiday cottage. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen electric first basket of logs and night storage heating included.
Regret no pets or smoking in the property. Location: beach shop and pub 2 miles. Arrival: 3pm.
Services / Facilities:
Open fire / woodburner | Working farm | Games / Play facilities | Beach within easy reach | Travel cot available | Highchair available
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Nearest AttractionsHeritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Halliggye Fogou - 3.7 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Trebah Garden - 4 miles (Garden)
Glendurgan Gardens - 4.1 miles (Garden)
Mullion, St Mellanus Church - 5.4 miles (Historic Church)
Penjerrick Gardens - 6.1 miles (Garden)
Pendennis Castle - 7.6 miles (Castle)
National Maritime Museum Cornwall - 7.7 miles (Museum)
Poldark Mine - 8 miles (Family Attraction)
St Mawes Castle - 8.7 miles (Castle)
St Anthony-in-Roseland Church - 8.8 miles (Historic Church)
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