Along a quiet country lane, 350 yards from the centre of Goonhavern, a stone-built end-of-terrace cottage around an attractive courtyard of cottages. You have your own enclosed pet-friendly patio garden (table/chairs, barbecue). Inside, the cottage is traditional, cosy and welcoming with beams and slate floors in downstairs living areas. Four steps down from parking area to entrance via small step up to stable doors. Living room with woodburner, TV/DVD and French windows to patio. Spacious dining room. Kitchen (washing machine, microwave, fridge, electric cooker) with stable doors to garden. Ground-floor double bedroom with wood floor and en suite shower-room (suite). Stairs (stairgates) up to mezzanine landing and two more bedrooms with Velux windows - a double and a twin. Shower-room (suite). A good central location for easy access to both north coast sand/surf beaches and the pretty south coast, and for Truro’s city amenities.
Goonhavern: village (good food pub, PO/shop, garden centre with restaurant, children’s play park) on the A3075 between the huge sandy beach at Perranporth (2 miles) and more beaches at Newquay (6 miles). St Agnes and Truro, both 7 miles.
Over two floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. 1 x ground-floor double with en suite shower-room. Sitting room with wood burning stove and French windows to patio. Dining room. Kitchen. Shower-room with shower, basin and WC.
GOONHAVERN Perranporth 2.5 miles; Newquay 6 miles; Truro 9 miles. Goonhavern is a small Cornish village in an excellent position just two and a half miles inland from Perranporth, which lies in the heart of Poldark country, the setting for the novels of Winston Graham, who lived in Perranporth in the 1930s. Goonhavern is an active community with a traditional inn, village shop, garden centre and children’s playground. Once known as the source of the finest tin, the community still retains reminders of their rich heritage including abandoned pump houses, mine shafts and workers’ cottages. The nearby town of Perranporth has a beautiful sandy beach which at low tide stretches to three miles long and is overlooked by craggy rocks suitable for rock pooling. The beach is lifeguarded in summer, providing a popular family destination and hosted the 2016 British National Surfing Championships. Perranpoth also offers a small selection of shops, restaurants and pubs including The Watering Hole, a unique pub situated on the sand in the middle of the beach offering live entertainment with a great atmosphere, good food and an amazing view of the sunset! The local Blue Hills museum and Perranzabuloe Folk Museum are both well worth a visit to understand the rich heritage of this coastal area. Further afield are the miles of sandy beaches at Crantock and Holywell Bay and the breathtaking coastal walks around St Agnes, much of it owned by the National Trust. For a greater selection of nightlife, restaurants and attractions why not head for Truro (9 miles) or the coastal resort of Newquay (6 miles)? Newquay is famed for its world-class surfing and has something for every taste and age including the popular Zoo, Waterworld indoor pool and the Blue Reef Aquarium. A perfect holiday base with activities to suit everyone.
This property offers the following short breaks: