Welcome to Rose Cottage. The garden is located in front of a little stream, and is not fully enclosed, so please keep a watchful eye on the young ones and your four-legged friends.
The super comfy double bedroom overlooks the pretty garden.
Lunch is served.
The light-filled open plan sitting/dining-room.
The super little galley kitchen is fully equipped.
It's very easy to rustle up a fabulous meal with  produce found in the village, or at local markets. (there are two steps leading up into the kitchen from the dining area).
The walls are full of fabulous art! Each one is very individual and painted by a local artist.
This little cottage has the most fabulous contemporary wood-burner, perfect for cosy evenings curled up with a book.
So warm and cosy.
The family bathroom has a bath with a fitted shower over.
All of the bedrooms have a little step leading into them.
The bunk bedroom is perfect for the children, and  has a fabulous window seat.
There are beautiful throws, cushions and soft furnishings throughout the cottage.
The perfect little spot for a morning coffee.
Trevaunance Cove is a very short walk away.
There are twelve granite steps leading down to this gorgeous cottage, so care is needed, and a torch.
We love The Driftwood Spars, which is just down the road. They serve the most delicious Sunday roasts.
If you enjoy walking, a 'to do' is the coastal path walk to Chapel Porth, at low tide it is pretty stunning.

Rose Cottage

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St Agnes / Sleeps 4 + cot*

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7 Nights from  £518

April 2019

Rose Cottage is a delight! Beautifully decorated and well equipped. Lovely dog friendly walks nearby and a pretty garden to relax in. We loved this cottage and can't wait to return.


April 2019

We had a wonderful stay at Rose cottage! It is absolutely gorgeous, very comfortable and so well decorated. We particularly appreciated the fireplace after a windy day walking on St Agnes' cliffs. The lovely Trevenance cove is at a stone throw and so is the village (15 and 10 minutes walking). The area is really charming, less crowded and wilder than St Ives or Newquay while not far by car (30 and 20 Minutes). We do recommand it!!!


February 2019

A gorgeous, comfortable cottage in a fantastic location for all St. Agnes has to offer. You can have days without using a car and walk to a great beach, coastal path, shops, pubs and fantastic cafes and restaurants - the canteen is truly worth hunting down, Taste lived up to its reputation and the taphouse and little cafe on the corner by the cottage were both really good. The cottage and St. Agnes exceeded our expectations. We loved it so much we wanted to book it for June, but it was already booked. A wonderful week for the two of us and our little dog.


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