Tucked away down a quiet lane in Tredis, a stylish, spacious and comfortable cottage converted from an annexe to the owners neighbouring farmhouse. Behind, own sunny paved terrace (table/chairs, loungers) overlooking the owners garden, an enclosed lawned part of which you have use of, with bench, barbecue and superb views over rolling green fields to a glimmer of the sea at Whitsand Bay. You are also welcome to enjoy a wild meadow orchard (unfenced stream). On two levels, the interior is light and bright with fresh white-painted walls, floors (rugs) and beams, complemented by touches of colour in fabric and furnishings. Open-plan living/dining room (woodburner, TV/DVD, iPod dock) with stable doors and step down to conservatory (seating, terrace access); step up to arch to good-sized smart kitchen (slimline dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge-freezer, gas hob/electric oven). Upstairs (stairgates), lovely long countryside views and a peek of the sea from the lofty double bedroom (5' bed) with big window seat (2'6" x 6'6" mattress, can be used as childs bed) and large en suite bathroom (suite with separate shower). Note: This property is suitable for 2 adults, one child aged between 1 and 10 years of age and one pre-crawling baby. All generously done, a great spot for simply relaxing and/or exploring the south Cornwall coast.
Tredis: mostly farming hamlet, midway between the sea at Portwrinkle on Whitsand Bay and St Germans (railway station, Port Eliot house/grounds), 2 miles. Seaside villages/beaches nearby at Seaton and Downderry, 3 miles; Looe and Kingsand/Cawsand, 8. Pub/shop at Polbathic (1 mile) or Crafthole (1½ miles). Easy access to A38, 3 miles.
Open-plan living/dining room (wood burning stove, TV/DVD, iPod dock) with stable doors and step down to conservatory (seating, terrace access); step up to arch to good-sized smart kitchen (slimline dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge-freezer, gas hob/electric oven).
TREDIS Downderry is a small quiet coastal village situated in south east Cornwall. Downderry has a sheltered beach, Post Office and shop, deli, and a cliff top pub and an excellent restaurant, serving quality local food. At low tide it is possible to walk along the beach from Downderry to Seaton, where you will find a family friendly south facing beach and the nearby Seaton Valley Countryside Park and Nature reserve is home to wildlife, including otters and kingfishers and also offers great cycling and walking opportunities. The picturesque working harbours at Looe and Polperro are within an easy driving distance away, and the wonderful stretches of the South West Coast Path in this part of Cornwall take you to rocky coves, dramatic headlands and tales of shipwrecks and smugglers. Further afield is Plymouth, where you will find plenty to see and do, including a marine aquarium, a theatre, large shopping centres and the historic Barbican waterside area.