Hannah's Haven is sat in a large meadow, with just donkeys and ponies for neighbours (including Dinky, the very cute Miniture Shetland!).
The interior is light, bright and surprisingly spacious.
There is a comfy double bed, ensuring a good night's sleep after a day exploring the north coast of Cornwall.
Throw open the stable door and let the fresh air in - bliss!
There is even a small kitchen area, including a single induction hob and all-important kettle.
Enjoy the country outlook whilst preparing food a scrummy supper.
The pretty interior has a homely feel.
The wood-burner effect electric heater will keep you toasty in the cooler months.
There is a little dining area and TV/DVD player too, perfect for a night in.
In true glamping style, there is an en suite shower-room.
Complete with shower, wash-basin and proper flushing loo.
Towels are, of course, provided. However, please bring your own beach towels.
All of the windows look out onto the spacious meadow.
What a lovely place to sit and relax with a good book.
Here you can see Hannah's Haven on the right and the cabin on the left (both for your own sole use).
The meadow really is very spacious.
There's an outdoor table and chairs too - perfect for dining al fresco.
The owner very kindly provides a bottle of Cornish Scrumpy and some yummy hevva buns.
The colourful bedding adds to the real home-from-home feel.
There are lovely touches throughout the hut.
The owners have carefully pieced everything together, even down to the crockery.
Pop the kettle on and put your feet up!
A delightful base for a holiday.
Cooked breakfast, anyone?
All of your needs have been catered for.
The cabin is just a few steps away from Hannah's.
The cabin is a really handy feature.
Inside, there is plenty of storage space, hooks for hanging your coats etc.
As well as a kitchen-area with mini oven, work-top space and even a washing machine!
Hannah's Haven is definitely a fitting name for this idyllic retreat.
There are far-reaching countryside views beyond.
If you ask the owners nicely, Dinky will come and visit, however she usually resides in a nearby paddock.
The coast path and its stunning views are close by.
A stunning outlook towards Chapel Porth, taken from one of the roads leading to the hut.
The beach at Porthtowan is under 2 miles away.
Porthtowan is well worth a visit.
The huge beach at low tide.
Why not give surfing a go - lessons can be booked at the beach cafe.
All within such easy reach of Hannah's Haven.
Grab your buckets and spades, a beach day is calling!

Hannah's Haven

4221 - New

2.8 miles E of Portreath / Sleeps 2 + cot*

7 Nights from £262 - £530

Situated in a quiet rural little spot just two miles from Porthtowan you'll find Hannah's Haven. Named after the owners' daughter, this quirky shepherd's hut offers comfortable accommodation and is the perfect bolthole for two.

Sat in its own large meadow with rural views stretching over the Cornish countryside, this idyllic retreat has just horses and donkeys for neighbours. Several steps lead up to the delightful open plan living area, complete with super-comfy double bed, small kitchen area (equipped with a single induction hob and microwave, as well as an all-important kettle and toaster), dining-area and en suite shower-room.

Outside, a handy table and chairs are provided - perfect for dining al fresco in the sunshine after cooking up a storm on the barbecue. Just across the meadow from Hannah's Haven, there is a large wooden cabin - not only can you store bikes and wetsuits in here, but there is also a washer/dryer, fridge (with little freezer compartment), mini oven (with two-ring hob) and large sink - all for your own sole use.

If you can bear to tear yourselves away, Porthtowan is very close by, with its fabulous sandy beach, little cafes - including the infamous Blue Bar - and bucket and spade shops. Why not learn to surf - lessons can be arranged and equipment can be hired at the beach café, which also serves fabulous home-cooked food. Further along the coast you'll discover St Agnes, which is rapidly becoming 'the' place to visit and has everything you could possibly need, with shops, galleries, funky cafes, vibrant bistros and trendy bars.

If you're a keen cyclist, why not join the Mineral Tramway cycle path, which is a few minutes down the road. Many of the old tramways have been converted into cycle paths and the one nearest to Hannah's Haven takes you to either Portreath or further afield to Devoran (bikes can be hired from nearby Elm Farm Cycle Hire). For supplies, including yummy barbecue boxes, the award winning Etherington Farm Shop within easy reach or, if you don't feel like cooking, the friendly local pub, The Treleigh Arms, is around two miles away.

All in all, Hannah's Haven offers simple living and is perfectly located for exploring north Cornwall's coves, villages and sandy beaches.


Shepherd's Hut

Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Single induction hob, George Foreman grill, microwave, kettle and toaster. Double bed (4'6'') and TV/DVD player

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


Cabin

Kitchen-area with mini oven (with two-ring hob), fridge (with freezer compartment) and washing machine/dryer


Children are welcome at Hannah's Haven but please take care with the steps. Other properties at this location: Blackberry Jack's Wagon (4222) (both are totally separate from each other and have their own private areas). *A cot is not provided, please bring your own Moses basket (space is limited).


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • No smoking
  • Pub 2 miles
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Wood-burner effect electric stove