Lerryn is an idyllic place, providing all the delights of a traditional village with its well-stocked shop, cream teas on the green, friendly pub and an ancient stone bridge crossing the River Fowey. Nestling in a wooded valley, riverside walks reveal herons, swans, kingfishers and egrets.
Froglands is a mile outside the village, a large welcoming family home in a wonderfully peaceful and tranquil location, with eight acres of garden, meadow and woodland to explore. A mowed path leads down to the orchard, where a picnic table is set beside the stream. There are walking routes nearby and local farms sell scrumpy cider. Kayaks and canoes can be launched from the village to follow the river lazily downstream towards Fowey.
A real home-from-home, Froglands has a wood-burner in the sitting-room, a peaceful study, a separate dining-room and a fully equipped kitchen. There are lovely pictures, prints, and patchwork quilts, plus books, games and Superfast broadband to keep everyone happy on-line or off.
A wide terrace, accessed from both sitting and dining rooms, looks out over the garden and has a table and chairs for outdoor meals. There are undulating countryside views and wildlife can often be seen: pheasants, badgers, foxes and even deer may be glimpsed in the neighbouring fields.
Upstairs, the large double bedroom shares the wonderful views and has its own en suite shower-room. The other three bedrooms share the family bathroom and a ground floor cloakroom. Perfect for family gatherings, Froglands is ideally located for exploring near and far.
The picturesque sailing town of Fowey, with its sandy beach at Readymoney Cove, can be reached via the Bodinnick ferry, with the Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan beyond. The ancient stannary town of Lostwithiel is a few miles away, a treasure trove of antiques shops and old-fashioned tea-rooms.
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player, CD player, iPod dock and wood-burner
Kitchen with electric cooker, fridge, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Utility-room with microwave, washing machine and tumble-drier
Integral Garage with freezer
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with ‘zip and link’ (super-king or twin) beds
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 4 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted power shower, WC and wash-basin
Take care with children by the water.
- Dogs welcome (1 dog only)
- Cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 4 cars
- Telephone (incoming only)
- No smoking
- Pub .75 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Froglands sits amid eight acres of garden, meadow and woodland.
The large sitting room enjoys views over the garden and undulating countryside
The dining room sits between the kitchen and the sitting room, with doors out to the dining terrace
Enjoy meals on the terrace whilst taking in the wonderful views
Plenty of space for children and dogs to explore.
This gateway leads from the lawn to the meadow.
A pathway is mown through the meadow to the woods.
A wonderfully private and tranquil spot for meals.
Patio doors open from the sitting-room.
The terrace outside the sitting-room.
The dining room leads off from the sitting room
The toasty woodburner a welcome sight on those out of season breaks
The Shaker-style kitchen is very well-equipped.
The kitchen looks out over the front garden.
Task lighting over the work surfaces.
The study on the ground floor, perfect for a little quiet time.
Patio doors lead from the study to the garden.
The terrace outside the dining-room.
Bedroom One is wonderfully light and airy
Bedroom One has an en-suite shower room
Lovely countryside views from Bedroom one
The en-suite shower room to Bedroom One
Bedroom 2 can be made up as either a super king as shown here or twin beds
Bedroom 3 has twin beds
Bedroom 3 sits at the front of the house
Bedroom 4 also has twin beds
The family bathroom on the first floor (with a cloakroom on the ground floor).
The front of the cottage is deceptive...the cottage is much more spacious than it looks from the access lane!
Which way to go to explore first....? You can access lots of the county from this lovely little village.
Looking towards the ancient stone bridge in Lerryn.
The stepping stones across the shallow river Fowey.
The Ship Inn is popular with visitors and locals alike.
The village hall hosts plays, choirs, jumble sales and talks, and visitors are made very welcome.
Par Sands has a large car park right next to the beach.
Readymoney cove in Fowey is perfect for children.
Looking towards Polruan from Fowey esplanade, less than four miles away.