Lower St Winnolls offers space seclusion and wonderful views.
From the patio doors off the kitchen, you can enjoy the uninterrupted views and the peace and quiet of the countryside.
The heart of the cottage and the perfect spot for the family to enjoy a meal. Please note there is a step down into the kitchen from the sitting-room.
The sitting-room benefits from an extension allowing you to sit and enjoy the views or sit back and enjoy a film. Please note there is one step down from the original foot print of the cottage in to this extension area.
The master has uninterrupted views across the fields and out to the coast. The furniture gives the room a wonderful look of grandeur and of an era passed. This room also benefits from a vanity sink.
There is plenty of space for all the family to enjoy at St Winnolls.
Situated at the top of the garden and behind the house, you can enjoy the decking area which offers the perfect position to barbecue whilst enjoying the sunsets.
Breakfast in style! The kitchen also has a 2 ring electric hob as well as the oven if you are not used to an Aga.
From the kitchen you walk through to the sitting-room.
The kitchen offers all you need and much more.
The Aga will always offer a warm welcome.
The house has been equipped to the highest standards with comfort in mind.
The sitting-room benefits from the old and the new whilst not forgetting the log stove for those chillier evenings.
Whilst a storm is brewing outside the fire will keep one and all warm.
From the new into the old, the sitting-room offers a great space for the family to relax. Please note the step separating the two areas.
A place to relax whilst the children play in full view.
Each room offers wonderful pieces of furniture to enjoy. The front door and downstairs WC can be found in the entrance hall.
The front door will be the door you enter through on arrival.
There are unique and interesting additions to the cottage adding to its charm and uniqueness.
Downstairs WC.
From the sitting-room you walk towards the back of the house and into the snooker room. Please note this is an original door frame, you will have to duck.
The snooker room is a wonderful addition to this cottage and will be enjoyed by young and old.
Snooker time.
The snooker room leads into the single room (which can be used for an additional child in the party) and to the double en suite bedroom on the ground floor. Please note the step up into the bedrooms.
The single room sits off the snooker room and has privacy glass only. This room can be used for an additional child, making the perfect family suite.
The ground floor double bedroom with en suite shower-room has been furnished to the highest standard.  The perfect room to recharge after a day of walking the coast paths.
The mirrored door shuts on the optional additional single room, with the other door being the en suite.
The double patio doors out to the garden from the downstairs double bedroom.
A wonderfully fitted en suite shower-room to complement the double downstairs bedroom.
The view from the bedrooms towards the snooker room. Please note the floor is not level.
The stairs up to the first floor are steep but benefit from a handrail with a door that can be shut on the ground level.
The landing which links all rooms and the main bathroom.
The first bedroom on your right as you come up the stairs  
is the twin room with three-foot beds, offering a lovely appointed room with views out across the fields.
Each room has been beautifully decorated .
The twin room has an ornamental fireplace and benefits from dual-aspect windows allowing the room to flood with light.
The main bathroom offers a roll-top bath, separate shower cubicle, wash-basin and WC.
A bath with a view of rolling hills and the coast.
The electric shower in the main bathroom.
The rolling countryside is the perfect backdrop to your bathtime.
The master bedroom benefits from dual-aspect windows allowing the room to bathe in light, but most importantly make breakfast with a view one to remember.
The cottage has beautiful pieces of furniture adding a wonderful charm to each and every room.
Breakfast in bed has to be top of the list on holiday.
The bed has been positioned to take in the wonderful views.
Breakfast should be a treat.
The kitchen opens out on to a patio area which is perfect for evening drinks whilst the kids play in the garden.
A separate decking area for all the family to enjoy al fresco dining with a wonderful view that will not fail to impress.
The side views across the fields and out towards the coast.
Be sure to set the children the challenge of finding the stone face in the garden. Please note the garden has lots of different levels and there is a drop around the extension to the back of the house.
Lower St Winnolls only has one neighbour but you are totally secluded and will enjoy the open space and views.
With so many places to set out and enjoy; the wonder of Mount Edgcumbe is a short drive away.
The coastal village of Kingsand offers the perfect place to enjoy an ice cream or join the coast path.
From your front door you can head to the coast path and find beaches and hidden coves to enjoy no matter the season.
The outhouse situated to the side of the kitchen houses the tumble-drier and additional equipment and supplies for your personal use whilst at the cottage.

Lower St Winnolls


5.7 miles E of Looe / Sleeps 6 + cot

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What a great place! The lovely views were graced with beautiful sunrises and sunsets, even in October and it was a very easy cottage to relax in. The kitchen-diner is spacious and well equipped and the living area is really tastefully decorated and cosy. Mike had made the fire up for us, ready to light, with plenty of spare firewood and coal to keep us going. The cake was a nice touch too. Lower St Winnolls feels far from the madding crowd, with plenty of options for walking, either directly from the cottage or a relatively short drive away. The local inn, is excellent (and very well managed in terms of social distancing) - a real cut above your usual pub food.

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