With its sunny, sheltered enclosed back garden with your own private hot tub, detached Sunset Barn is a beautifully presented open plan cottage. Set on a small and peaceful smallholding on the edge of Praze-an-Beeble village, your only other neighbours are Sunrise Barn (2132) and the Owners’ home across the courtyard.
The cottage is the perfect place to cosy up after a day’s exploring or to relax under the stars with a glass of wine in the private hot tub. The kitchen is well-equipped to rustle up a holiday meal or perhaps treat your loved one to breakfast in bed. The thoughtful accommodation is set up perfectly for a small family or friends with bedrooms on both the ground floor and first floor each with an en suite bathroom/shower-room (please take care on the steps).
Sunset Barn is in the perfect position with the north and south coast within easy reach. Discover the stunning coastal footpaths with hidden sandy coves or wander around Poldark’s Mine. Falmouth is only half an hour’s drive away with ferries that can take you to pretty St Mawes and around the Carrick Roads, it is also the perfect place for sampling some Cornish delicacies such as fish and chips or a cream tea.
The Owners have many animals on the smallholding which include chickens, goats, ponies, pigs and horses. The Owners also have two friendly Labradors and extend their hospitality to guests’ pets offering a daily boarding service in purpose-built kennels at a small cost. Explore the fields (please take care around the livestock) and help at feeding time. Or if you fancy a bit of pampering the Owners can help arrange beauty treatments for you.
A typically narrow Cornish lane of around half a mile leads from Praze-an-Beeble – which offers a popular local pub, a thriving village store and even a fish and chip shop! – down to Cardinham Farm.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV and DVD/CD player. Dual fuel cooker (gas hob, electric oven), microwave, fridge, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Steps to Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with ‘zip and link’ (super-king or twin) beds
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- Dogs welcome
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Hot tub
- Private parking for 4 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Patio furniture
- Full under-floor heating
The hot-tub is behind the barn and in its own little enclosure so privacy is guaranteed.
The sunny enclosed garden wraps around the side and rear of this lovely stone barn.
Space to relax, cook and dine together.
The spacious first floor double bedroom.
The en-suite shower room.
Sunset Barn's open plan living-room.
Plan your next adventure!
Climb the stairs to bed.
The first floor bedroom has the en-suite shower room.
The open plan kitchen is a well equipped sociable space.
The ground floor bedroom has 'zip and link' (double or twin) beds so a super room for both adults and children.
There is an en-suite bathroom for this bedroom.
Comfy beds dressed in calm colours.
Sunset Barn is to the right of the courtyard, in front of the paddocks where some of the smallholding's animals are kept.
Meet some of the neighbours.
Welcome to Cardinham Farm.
The beach at Godrevy is just a15 minute drive away.
Sunrise Barn is across the gravelled courtyard from Sunset Barn.
Countryside views surround the barns.
Looking in the other direction from Godrevy, along Gwithian beach towards St Ives in the distance.
Marley the very cute miniature Shetland pony...
Flo, posing for the camera: 'Aren't I simply gorgeous, dahling?'
Feeding the goats.
Rusty, the very affectionate farm cat.
Just two of the smallholding's many residents!
The family-friendly large sandy beach at Portreath on the north coast is only a 20 minute drive away.
A super beach for surfing, swimming or just relaxing with great facilities including a super bakery close by.
Why not visit Heartlands, as well as a wealth of mining history there is a great playground for kids, lovely gardens and a very good cafe.
Easy parking and the signs will show you the way...
St Michael's Mount is definetly worth seeing, even from a distance.
For walkers there are some real treats in this part of Cornwall including the monument at Carn Brea.
And the castle which is now a restaurant that opens evenings and weekends, from up here you can see for miles and miles on a clear day.