Self Catering in Cornwall - St Neot
St Neot Travel and Heritage Information
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Pricing From: £274.00
This semi-detached cottage is in the hamlet of Treverbyn near to St Neot and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
Treverbyn Smithy is a lovely semi-detached cottage situated in the hamlet of Treverbyn just one and a half miles from St Neot in Cornwall. The cottage can sleep four people in two bedrooms as well as a family bathroom. Also in the cottage is a kitchen, and a dining room with sitting area and woodburner.
Outside is off road parking for one car and a field with furniture and barbecue. Treverbyn Smithy is a delightful cottage from which to explore this lovely part of Cornwall.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Lovely cottage in beautiful setting
We have just had a lovely week at Treverbyn Smithy. Lovely cosy cottage, lovely area with stunning riverside, woodland and moorland walks. Friendly local pub the London inn that does great food, small local shop and spar near by too. Ideal spot for visiting towns and beaches on both sides of Cornwall. We visited padstow, perranporth, Newquay, Looe and Polperro all within an hours drive. Highly recommended :) Thanks Mike!
Great holiday cottage
Spent a great week at this fabulous cottage. Everything you need is supplied, towels, linen, cooking utensils, tv, wifi etc. We didn't use the log burner, but there are also portable heaters to keep off the chill. Nice walks around Bodmin moor and it was not too far to the local shops and main towns at driving distance. With four people and two lurchers there was still plenty of room as the living/dining area was spacious. The kitchen is very small, but it is fully equiped. The bathroom is small, but adequate for our needs. There is a tumble dryer and freezer around the back which was great as we needed ice blocks to keep our dog's insulin cool for the journey home. There is a games room and bbq/picnic area opposite, we didn't get to enjoy these, but they do make a splendid addition. It is dark at night so a torch is a must if you have dogs. Mike the owner was great for local knowledge for dog friendly beaches etc. Most shops and lots of cafes were dog friendly too. We would definitely come here again.
Excellent place is gorgeous country side!
Just returned from a fabulous week staying in this renovated old smithy. The cottage is well furnished and extremely clean, with plenty of space for 3 adults and a large lurcher. All basics provided, including fluffy towels and all kitchen utensils etc. The wood burner was great, definitely warms the place up well and makes it very cosy indeed. No phone signal but wifi is provided (if you want it that is). There is also an off road parking space and a lovely grassed area to sit if the weather is kind enough. Bathroom is small but does the job. Very pretty walks around the cottage which the dog very much enjoyed as well as us. Those hills are not for the faint hearted though! We particularly enjoyed the waterfalls.
The location is excellent - perfectly located for exploring both north and south coasts. Definitely take a trip to Boscastle, Padstow and Fowey. Eden Project is also not far.
Mike lives next door and is very helpful. He was an excellent host and we loved his dog Bob (even if our dog didn't like Bob much!). Very approachable - nothing was too much trouble.
Thank you for a lovely stay.
A great place to stop
This is a recently renovated old Smithy as the name suggests and is a lovely comfortable place to stop with parking.
Its centrally located in this part of Cornwall tucked away in some picturesque countryside lanes with easy access to most areas. Not too far from Golitha falls and also Siblyback Lake which are both lovely dog walks.
We went as a couple with our two dogs and found we had plenty of room. One bedroom is a double and the other one upstairs is a twin. There is a washing machine and access to a tumble dryer, fridge and cooker. Wi fi is not great and mobile reception is sparse but hey you're on holiday and sometimes thats a bonus if you want some peace and quiet? If you really need it theres plenty of cafes in the town for wi fi. Personally it didn't bother me at all.
The log burner is great once you get back into your scouting skills to light it but again part of the fun and certainly kicks out some heat once its alight.
One thing I don't think is mentioned on the booking site is that when it gets dark here it gets pitch black so you'll need to take a good torch with you for returning home late and getting in but also for if the electric meter runs out at night (bad planning on our part).! You literally cannot see your hand in front of your face.
Mike the owner lives in the property next door and is a very easy and affable guy to deal with if you have any problems at all. He also has good info about local attractions / pubs / restaurants etc
Value for money? Certainly.
Electric heating with woodburner
Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
Fuel, power and starter pack inc in rent
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Off road parking for 1 car
Field with furniture and BBQ
Two well-behaved pets welcome
Sorry, no smoking
Shop and pub 1 mile
Note: Mobile phone reception varies depending on network
Note: Guests also have use of a games room, with table tennis, snooker and darts
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