In Trelights, a semi-detached 400-year-old cottage, once the village forge when it formed part of the vast Lanhydrock estate, now a much loved, well-equipped retreat. At the back, enclosed, sheltered courtyard (table/chairs, barbecue) with 13 steps up to sun deck (bench) and, across the lane, a lawned, enclosed sunny garden (table/chairs). Inside, surprisingly spacious with plenty of charm. From the lane, door into large living room with woodburner, TV/DVD and wood/slate floor at one end, and at the other end a lovely old settle (reputedly made for occupants long ago). Step up to open-plan kitchen/dining room with brick floor, conservatory one end and utility room the other (dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric cooker) with back door to courtyard. Ground-floor shower-room (suite, large cubicle). Open tread stairs (stairgates) from living room up to three bedrooms - a double (5' bed), step up to a twin, and another small twin; big bathroom (suite with separate shower). Ready meals available. Well-equipped and homely.
Trelights: sleepy hamlet (good hotel restaurant) about a mile from the magnificent Coast Path. Port Quin’s fine rocky, sandy cove, about 1¼ miles; the pretty fishing villages of Port Isaac and Port Gaverne, about 2. More great beaches at Daymer Bay, Polzeath and Rock, 5. Farm shop/tea room/restaurant/seasonal fruit picking/children's play area (open February to December), 1 mile.
Three bedrooms: I x double with king size bed and 2 x twin bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, basin, WC and separate shower. Ground floor shower room with basin and WC. Open plan kitchen with dining area, conservatory and utility room. Sitting room with wood burning stove.
Trelights Port Isaac, one of the undiscovered treasures of Cornwall. A beautiful fishing village nestling in a steep sided valley, the old village in the valley remains unchanged from its days of fishing, slate export and smuggling in the previous century