In a hamlet a mile from the pub in St Teath, an ancient thick-walled semi-detached cottage, made smart, warm and welcoming.
Set back from the lane, with small enclosed gravelled courtyard (bench) in front and, across the lane, a big, private grassy garden (table/chairs, hammock) with stream (unfenced) running along one boundary, mature trees and splendid garden house (available Easter to end of September) with PlayStation, Wii, kitchenette and shower - a wonderful place for relaxation.Living room with slate floor (rug), raised woodburner, TV, DVD, good selection of DVDs and iPod dock.
Kitchen/dining room (slimline dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, microwave, freezer, larder fridge, electric oven/induction hob).
Ground-floor bathroom (suite with separate shower); loo.
Steep stairs up to two bedrooms, both with lofty sloping beams - a double (5' bed), and one with two singles.
Close to the Coast Path, surfing beaches and a hedgerow-lane walk to a pub (torch essential).
St Teath: attractive village (pub, PO, shops, ancient church, handsome clock tower) with history stretching back to the first Celtic saints.
Port Gavernes sandy cove, 4 miles; Port Isaac, 4½; Tintagel, 5; Polzeath, Boscastle, 9.
Shops at Camelford, 3 miles.