Little Trefusis is a single-storey cottage close to Flushing, a delightful waterside village with two popular pubs and a harbourside cafe. This charming cottage has an open plan living-room with a warming Aga in the kitchen-area, comfortable sofas, well-stocked bookshelves and doors onto a small enclosed south-facing garden. With young children of their own, the Owners are extremely welcoming to families and happy for children to use their outdoor play equipment and toys, while enthusiastic gardeners have the treat of exploring the beautifully landscaped grounds and a pathway through the private wood which leads to a little beach. A solar panel installation in the orchard and biomass heating system provides much of the Estate's needs, an example of the Owners' commitment towards future sustainability.
Little Trefusis adjoins Trefusis House, an impressive example of Victorian Gothic architecture and home to the Trefusis family since the 12th Century. The house has been used three times to film a German adaptation of one of Rosamund Pilcher's renowned Cornwall-based novels. Beautifully updated by the current young Owners, the cottage provides wonderfully comfortable accommodation for both families and those without children. The spacious main bedroom has a king-size bed and can accommodate a cot, and all necessary baby and toddler equipment is provided on request. The bunk-room is small and cosy, ideal for slightly older children. The enclosed garden is a peaceful spot for lunch or evening drinks, looking out over the grounds and bordered on one side by the Owners' conservatory (they scrupulously respect your privacy and keep facing blinds down). Everyone will relish the tranquility of this tucked away location and outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the opportunities for walking in the area, as well as tuition for many forms of water sports. A picturesque walk around the headland links Flushing to Mylor Yacht Harbour, where dinghies, kayaks and canoes can be hired. Lovely Cornish gardens at Glendurgan, Trebah and Trelissick are a delight to explore locally and the Eden Project and Heligan Gardens are a little further afield. Perfect for families, Little Trefusis is also available to couples only at a discounted rate out of the main season.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV and DVD player. Electric Aga, microwave, fridge and dishwasher
Utility-room with washing machine
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5') and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with bunk-beds
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower and wash-basin
Other properties at this location: Trefusis Lodge (3800).
- Regret no pets
- Cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full CH from automated biomass boiler
Little Trefusis is a self-contained single-storey cottage attached to the Owners' home but retaining a good deal of privacy.
The sitting-area has a comfortable sofa and chairs.
The kitchen-area has wooden work surfaces, a small dishwasher and plenty of cupboard space.
The main bedroom is very spacious.
Guests are welcome to walk through the Owners' beautfully landscaped grounds and private woods to the beach, only 400 yards away.
There is a door from the sitting-area out to the enclosed lawned garden.
Plenty of books, games and puzzles will keep everyone occupied.
There is plenty of space for everyone around the dining-table.
The Aga has been converted to electricity and runs off solar power, a very green form of energy.
There are plenty of pots, pans and cooking equipment.
Looking out of the kitchen window to the enclosed garden.
The entrance to the apartment.
The garden has a gateway through to the Owners' grounds.
There is a king-size bed (5') in Bedroom 1.
A useful wash-basin is tucked away in one of the cupboards.
Two big windows let lots of light into Bedroom 1.
Looking out at the garden from Bedroom 1.
The cosy bunk-room is ideal for children.
The bathroom has a fitted shower over the bath.
Flushing has its own little beach looking out across the water to Falmouth.
Mylor Yacht Harbour is just down the road.
You can't get lost in Mylor Yacht Harbour!Castaways bar and restaurant is very popular.
Gyllyngvase beach in Falmouth is popular with families.
Maenporth beach near Falmouth is great for rock-pooling as the tide goes out.