Cobwebs is the cottage with the red gate and  white front door.
The gas fired coal fire just adds to the cosiness of the cottage on a cold or wet day.
The open-plan kitchen/dining room is a very sociable space for spending time with friends and family.
The kitchen overlooks the garden.
The south-facing back garden is surprisingly private and a real sun-trap in summer.
The pretty little 'hidden' garden right at the end.
The double bedroom is light and spacious.
The double bedroom overlooks the lane and over the roof tops to the countryside beyond.
The twin room overlooks the pretty garden to the rear of the cottage.
The family bathroom.
The twin bedroom is across the landing from the double room.
The view from the double bedroom, the cottage is perfectly located for exploring both north and south coasts.
The owners have left an excellent supply and choice of books, something for everyone.
Looking back through to the sitting room from the kitchen with stairs rising to the first floor bedrooms and bathroom
The sitting room is a cosy, comfortable and relaxing space.
The kitchen.
If you play the piano or fancy trying, you can practice to your heart's content.
The bathroom is next door.
Looking towards the end of the garden.
How about seranading the cook whilst preparing dinner!
Portreath beach on the north is less than 10 miles away and the south coast sandy beach of Maenporth is less than 7 miles.
Stithians lake is a great place to get on the water, windsurfing or in a boat.
Neaby Stithians Lake.
This stunning countryside is right on your doorstep.

Cobwebs

2193

4.6 miles NW of Falmouth / Sleeps 4 + cot

7 Nights from £365 - £840

Cobwebs is unexpectedly light and spacious inside – the unassuming exterior of this apparently modest little mid-terrace stone cottage is delightfully deceptive! Standing behind its tiny front garden, with honeysuckle around the door, this cosy home-from-home is just a short stroll from Ponsanooth’s village shop and pub, and only a ten minute drive from the bustling maritime town of Falmouth. The front door opens directly into the sitting-room, where big squashy sofas face the welcoming open-grate gas fire. Beyond is the large kitchen/dining-room, where steep open-tread wooden stairs lead up to two generous bedrooms and the bathroom. Steps lead out to a long enclosed private garden, with further steps up onto the lawn – a delightful sun-trap in sunny weather.

The Shaker-style kitchen units are fitted with solid oak worktops and, perfect for sociable dining, the table is set in front of the cosy multi-burner; there is even a piano for musical guests to enjoy. A treat for younger visitors is the village playground, a few yards away just across the road. The cottage is not only in a great location to discover the north and south coasts of Cornwall, but if you don't want to travel far you not only have a friendly pub and village shop up the road but if you walk a short distance up the lane, you will discover the hidden stories of Kennall Vale Nature Reserve and its 'explosive history' where today the sounds you're most likely to hear are those of rushing water, rustling leaves and the songs of woodland birds. This very special place is definitely worth a visit at any time of year and on those wetter weather days, don't forget your wellies or walking boots!


Ground Floor

Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and ‘living-flame’ gas fire

Steps to Kitchen/Dining-room with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, piano and multi-burner


First Floor

Bedroom 1 with double bed (5') and TV

Bedroom 2 with twin beds

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin


Please mind your head on the low lintel on the cottage stairs.


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Travel cot
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Parking on road
  • WiFi
  • Telephone with honesty-box (At cost)
  • No smoking
  • Pub 250 yds
  • Garden furniture
  • Full gas-fired CH