A charming 200 year old Cornish cottage on the outskirts of the pretty village of St Keverne. Perfect for a couple or small family, this delightful character cottage makes an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area, whether by car or on foot. The village has a butcher, baker, grocer, a restaurant and two pubs.
Tremaen Cottage stands beside the road with its sunny courtyard to the side, where you can sit back and soak up the rays. Entering the cottage into the small but well-equipped kitchen, the owners have thought of everything. The kitchen leads through to the sitting/dining-room with cosy wood-burner to warm those toes after a day exploring this stunning part of the county. Please watch your head on the low beams in this old cottage.
Stairs lead up to the two bedrooms and family bathroom. Both bedrooms have lovely views over the rooftops to the village church. Outside, the utility-room houses the washing machine and boiler making this is a perfect place to dry out muddy boots or sandy towels.
There are plenty of walks from St Keverne and many of the pretty beaches are within easy reach. Coverack's picturesque harbour and the pebbly beach at Porthallow are both just a short drive away. The fishing village of Cadgwith is also well worth a visit, as is the beach at nearby Kennack Sands which is ideal for families.
Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Sitting/Dining-room with TV, DVD player, iPod dock, wood-burner
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with single bed
Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Access to Utility-room with sink and washing machine
Mind your head as there is a low lintel on the cottage stairs.
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- Telephone with honesty-box (At cost)
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Patio furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
Semi-detached Tremaen Cottage is set beside the road from St Keverne to Porthallow.
The cosy sitting/ dining room has a charming wood burner.
The small but well-equipped kitchen leads out to the patio garden.
The spacious double bedroom (Bedroom 1).
Ths sunny emclosed patio.
At the dining end of the sitting/dining-room, the table is set beside the window.
The lovely single bedroom (Bedroom 2).
The pretty family bathroom.
As well as a bath there is a separate shower cubicle in the bathroom.
The enclosed patio garden and parking space are beside the cottage.
The view from the kitchen door across the patio towards the village.
The 15th Century church of St. Akervnus can be found on the village square where on summer evenings you may catch the local brass band or the male voice choir.
The pretty villlage of St Keverne really comes alive at the annual festivals of the ox roast, carnival and rodeo.
Porthallow beach is just a few minutes' drive away.
Nearby Coverack is also just a short drive away.
St Keverne's attractions include two pubs, a post office, butcher, organic restaurant and much more.