200 yards from the nearest cottage in Treburtle, a smart, comfortable, detached house, probably of Victorian origin, very private and set in a lawned garden (table/bench/chairs) surrounded by Cornish banks and fence.
About 600 yards of bridlepath walk away is the River Ottery where you can fish (by prior arrangement) for brown trout for 2 miles on a stretch of river much praised in the 'Trout and Salmon'.
Inside, light and airy with tiled floors downstairs.
Good-sized entrance hall.
Length-of-house living/dining room with woodburner, TV and French windows to garden.
Excellent little kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric cooker).
Shower-room (suite, washer-drier).
Stairs up to three bedrooms - a double (5' bed) with lovely long views to Dartmoor, and two twin (one with good view), with shared wardrobe space on the landing; bathroom (suite) with super view.
A quiet, private, superbly relaxing place, with beaches within a half hour drive and good gardens to visit within an hour's drive.
Treburtle: hamlet of scattered cottages deep in farmland and woodland (wonderful bluebells in spring), 7 miles from Launceston (town, leisure centre).
Tresmeer (shop), 1½ miles; Carne (pub/restaurant), 6.
Nearest sandy beach, Crackington Haven, 9 miles, Bude, 15.
Within an hour's drive of many lovely gardens, open from early spring with magnificent camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons.