Welcome to Pentillie.
The pretty sitting-room invites you to relax, you are on holiday after all!
Natural light floods the well-equipped kitchen.
The characterful main bedroom with reclaimed wooden floors.
Al fresco dining is a must on your Cornish holiday.
Pentillie is a beautiful, traditional stone-built Cornish cottage situated in the pretty village of Veryan Green.
With a roaring wood-burner, Pentillie is perfect for a holiday getaway at any time of year.
Relax with friends and family in the sitting-room.
Please note there is a step from the dining-room down to the kitchen with limited headroom so please mind your head. The separate dining area is the perfect place to plan your day ahead.
Lovely touches throughout the house.
The front door leads into the dining area, from the front garden.
Breakfast is calling.
The kitchen is well-equipped for all your holiday cooking.
The perfect place to sit and chat with the chef!
Everything you need is close at hand.
What's on the menu tonight?
The steep cottage staircase to the first floor leads from the dining-room.
The super main bedroom is beautifully created in calming shades.
Breakfast in bed anyone? Well you are on holiday.
The main bedroom is a peaceful haven.
Relax with a soak in the ground floor bath after a busy day out and about.
Pretty cottage style bedroom 2 has a 'zip and link' bed, perfect for a family looking for flexibility.
Oh so pretty.
Imagine waking in lovely bedroom 2.
The convenient separate shower-room is on the first floor. Please note there are two steps down to the shower-room.
The children will be super excited to sleep in such a cute bedroom.
Please note due to the characterful sloping ceilings there is limited headroom.
The outside terrace is prettily-planted with traditional cottage garden flowers.
The cottage backs on to open farmland.
Carne and Pendower beach are close by.
Portscatho is the quintessential holiday village.
Enjoy a walk and outdoor lunch at the hidden hut beach cafe on Porthcurnick beach.
Beautiful and tranquil, the Roseland peninsula.
Catch the passenger ferry from St Mawes to Falmouth.
St Mawes is renowned for its many eateries.
Discover one of the many inlets and secret coves.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan should be on your
The splendid Caerhays Castle and gardens.



6.4 miles NE of St Mawes / Sleeps 6 + cot*

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7 Nights from £551

Lovely cottage in a quiet peaceful area but within easy reach of all we wanted to make a fabulous holiday. Well appointed and spotlessly clean, warm and cosy feel, no problem parking and if the sun shines breakfast outside at the front and dinner outside at the back, what could be better, perfect!

A lovely cottage in a great location on the Roseland peninsula. Great walks from Veryan and along the coast in either direction. St Mawes is close by and well worth a visit with good sailing in the sheltered waters of the harbour.

This is a lovely place. New and very well thought out. They have kept the character of the place but with modern ‘convenience’. Watch your step though, as there is lots of ‘character’ with steps and slopes. But a perfect ‘get away’ from the crazy world. Whoever put this place together should slap themselves on the back.

Lovely Cornish cottage. Well located. Fab shower and exceptionally comfy bed.

Lovely cottage in a beautiful village. Excellent location just a few minutes from some nice beaches and coastal walks. It has been nicely refurbished, with a well equipped kitchen, comfy sofas and log burners. There is a patio out the back that looks over the fields and also gets the evening sun.

The location and standard of accommodation. There were plenty of large scale OS maps which were the waterproof type. Super cooking facilities.

Pentillie is a lovely place to stay. I think we were the first guests back in August - it’s a lovely and very rustic property that’s been sympathetically renovated - that means you still get sloping floors and squeaky floor boards!

Fed back a few minor points to the owner but no complaints at all about this place. Lovely village with a nice 10 minute walk to shops in Veryan, lovely countryside and the coast of perfectly walkable for a pint in the pub. Overall a great holiday and a good base for exploring the local area.

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