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, VDU/DVD (no TV reception), 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 Gaverne’s sandy cove, 4 miles; Port Isaac, 4½; Tintagel, 5; Polzeath, Boscastle, 9. Shops at Camelford, 3 miles.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin. Sitting room with wood burning stove, kitchen with dining area. Ground-floor bathroom with bath, shower, basin and WC. Additional basin and WC. External garden house with TV, playstation, kitchenette and shower.
ST TEATH Port Isaac 5.5 miles. St Teath is a picturesque village three miles inland from the spectacular North Cornwall Coast, and is dominated by a clock tower surrounded by pretty cottages built from local Delabole slate. The churchyard has a magnificent Celtic cross, one of the tallest in Cornwall, and bells ring out from the church every Sunday morning. St Teath has a village shop, a butcher, a Post Office, and an excellent village pub serving local food and ales. St Teath is in an excellent location, and just a few miles away from the popular Trebarwith Strand and Polzeath beaches, very close to Port Isaac, a fishing village where the popular TV series Doc Martin was set. North Cornwall is the ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts, as it offers walkers coastal paths with breathtaking views, and cyclists beautiful routes to follow, such as the Wadebridge to Padstow Camel Trail. A Cornish destination combining beach life with outdoor activities.
This property offers the following short breaks: