Once a stone-built mill house, Millers has been lovingly transformed into a wonderfully comfortable holiday home. Top quality furnishings, WiFi access and a warming wood-burner combine with double-glazing, carpeted bedrooms and under-floor heating in the bath and shower rooms, assuring maximum comfort whatever time of year you visit. A bespoke oak staircase, oak flooring and hand-made doors all show the superb level of detail. The huge first floor living-room runs the length of the cottage, a wonderful space for family together-time, and outside a sunny patio area is the perfect spot to enjoy a morning coffee whilst planning your days adventures. This is a wonderful holiday location, off the beaten track and approached along leafy lanes but with wonderful beaches and seaside villages close by.
Located in the rural idyll of Higher Treyone along with four other properties, semi-detached Millers has reverse accommodation with a huge first floor open plan living-room with comfortable leather sofas set before a large wood-burner and a Shaker-style kitchen/dining-area with a range cooker and big American-style fridge/freezer. The fully fitted kitchen allows even the most discerning cook to create wonderful holiday feasts, so evenings gathered around the farmhouse kitchen table will be appreciated by all. The ground floor double bedroom has a walk-in wet-room and beautiful Indian furniture, while the second bedroom has 'zip and link' beds so can be either a double or twin. Having an en suite wet-room and separate family bathroom, morning queues will be a thing of the past and you will soon all be ready to head off to explore this lovely area. This tranquil location is relaxing and secluded yet close to pretty seaside villages and sandy beaches. Seaton and Downderry beaches are a couple of miles away, with gardens and parkland walks at nearby Mount Edgcumbe and Antony House. Napoleonic Polhawn Fort (now a wonderful wedding location) looks down over Whitsand Bay where the sandy beach is worth the climb down the steep cliffside paths. Looe and Polperro are within easy reach, as are Kingsand and Cawsand with their narrow streets, terraced fishermen’s cottages, ancient smugglers’ pubs, shops and a ferry that crosses Plymouth Sound to the historic maritime city. It is equally easy to nip across the nearby Tamar Bridge and explore the pretty villages and wonderful moorland walks in Devon but beware, they make their cream teas the wrong way round with the jam on top of the cream (never served that way in Cornwall!).
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5') and en suite Wet-room with power shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with ‘zip and link’ (6' double or twin) beds
Bathroom with bath, fitted power shower, WC and wash-basin
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player, CD player, iPod dock and wood-burner. Electric range cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Patio furniture
- Partial under-floor heating and 6 NS heaters
Comfortable sofas piled with cushions will help you relax.
Looking back from the sitting-area along the length of the open plan living-room.
The sunny courtyard outside the cottages.
Indian wood furniture looks lovely in the main bedroom (Bedroom 1).
Looking from the sitting-area along the length of the open plan living-room.
A range cooker makes holiday catering easy.
A stylish black fridge/freezer matches the range cooker.
A large window above the stairwell allows light to flood into the property.
There are lovely pictures throughout the property.
The sitting-area for Millers at the side of the cottage, with lovely views over farmland.
The double bedroom on the ground floor is beautifully decorated.
This wet-room is en suite to the main bedroom.
Bedroom 2 can be made up as either a twin or double bedroom.
The second bedroom is especially light and airy.
The family bathroom.
The beach at nearby Seaton.
Portwrinkle is a short drive away.
A footpath wends its way down the cliff to wonderful Long Sands below Tregantle Fort.
There are wonderful coastal walks nearby.
Looking towards Cawsand from Kingsand.
The beach at Cawsand.
Mount Edgcumbe County Park is nearby with walks through the grounds looking out over Plymouth Sound.