There are glorious views over the fields and woods of Trethevey Farm from the glass-fronted, south-facing, open plan living-room of this gorgeous contemporary barn conversion. Adjoining the beautiful Luxulyan Valley, a World Heritage Site, this is a wonderful location for walkers and wildlife lovers. A circular route through the owner's woods, complete with bird watching hides and benches, is perfect for leisurely strolls and dog walking, and with miles more woodland trails to explore even the heartiest walkers and mountain bikers are catered for. If you want that perfect blend of coast and countryside, then Snuggledown is a great choice as the beaches, coastal walks and pretty waterside towns and villages along south coast, are the shortest of drives away.
The truly lovely owner, together with Trethevey (944), are your only neighbours, ensuring peace, tranquility and a warm welcome, with a cream tea awaiting guests on arrival. For a perfect multi-generational holiday, why not book Snuggledown and Trethevey together?
Snuggledown is a wonderfully cosy, peaceful retreat whatever time of year you visit. Inside this detached, single-storey cottage the lovely views from the spacious sitting-area are shared by the bedroom, so relaxing with a morning cup of tea in bed is a must. The bathroom has a double-ended bath and under-floor heating, so no danger of chilly toes!
This lovely cottage is ideally placed for exploring much of Cornwall; For gardening enthusiasts, a trip to the Eden Project is a must, not forgetting The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Lanhydrock Estate (National Trust) as well. For some fun on two wheels, Lanhydrock has a great network of cycling routes for all abilities and for a really leisurely ride, join the renowned Camel Trail at Bodmin and cycle out to Wadebridge and then onto Cornwall's culinary capital, Padstow, on the north coast.
In the picture perfect sailing town of Fowey, wander the narrow streets and browse the boutique shops and galleries, stopping off for some refreshments at one of the many eateries on offer and nostalgic Charlestown, where tall ships are moored in the tiny harbour, conjures images of bygone days.
The local village of Luxulyan has a charming pub, popular with both locals and visitors alike, and you can pick up essential provisions in the little pop up shop.
Steps to Entrance hall
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD/CD player and wood-burner effect electric stove. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom with king-size double bed (5')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Outside Access to
Utility-room with washing machine
Please note, the rural location of the property means WiFi can occasionally be patchy.
- Dogs welcome (up to 3 dogs)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Garden furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
A wonderful welcome awaits you at Snuggledown
The timber-framed glass wall of the south-facing open plan living-room in Snuggledown, gives views over the fields and woods of Trevethey Farm.
The kitchen has plenty of room for you to cook up holiday meals together
A lovely spot to sit out and enjoy meals in the best of the Cornish sunshine at this wonderful rural retreat
Time for bed - snuggle up in the cosy bedroom
The kitchen is well equipped with all you need on your holiday
Open plan living makes it easy to serve up your meals
The large windows let the light flood in and really take advantage of the beautiful setting
Holiday living at it's best
The pretty double bedroom
What a wonderful view to wake up to
Enjoy a leisurely soak whilst on holiday
Refreshing colours in the bathroom to set you up the day ahead
Enjoy the peace and tranquillity that surrounds you at Snuggledown
Guests are welcome to walk through the owners' woods and fields.
A lovely spot to sit and enjoy the view
Book a holiday in the spring to see the carpet of bluebells through the woods
The view from the cottage over the lawn to the owners' fields beyond.
Par Sands has plenty of parking right by the beach.
Spend the day at the trendy sailing town of Fowey
The traditional pub in the nearby village of Lanlivery, popular with both locals and visitors alike.
The historic harbour of Charlestown , picture perfect is every way
Lanhydrock House, Gardens and Parkland (National Trust) is a great day out
At the sheltered cove of Polkerris you can try your hand at some water sports or pull up a pew at the beachside pub or bistro and watch others show you how it's done