Boasting two pubs, a butcher, and two grocers, St Day is a thriving, friendly Cornish village only a few minutes' drive from the sandy beaches at Porthtowan and Portreath. A self-contained annexe to the Owners' home at the edge of the village, this delightful retreat is stylishly furnished with complementary accent colours harmonising with soft neutral shades. Upstairs is the light-filled living-room, with a compact but well-equipped kitchen-area (beware the sloping ceiling!) and glass doors with a Juliet balcony framing the wonderful countryside views. The two bedrooms are downstairs, the double with a sunny conservatory opening out to the south-facing small enclosed private garden.
The Coast to Coast cycle tramway is nearby, so Trelyn’s porchway to the front of the cottage comes in very handy for storing bikes as well as surfboards. For those who wish to explore a little further afield, Perranporth, Truro, Falmouth, and picturesque St Ives are all within easy reach.
Bedroom 1 with double bed and TV/DVD player, leading to Conservatory
Bedroom 2 with twin beds and TV
Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Utility-room with washing machine, tumble-drier and dishwasher (all coin-operated)
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV/DVD player. Electric cooker, microwave and fridge
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Full gas-fired CH
Trelyn (on the right) is a self-contained annexe attached to the Owners' home, which has a beautifully planted garden.
The light-filled, spacious first floor living-room.
The compact but well-equipped kitchen area has a sloping ceiling - so please mind your head if you're tall!
The pretty little garden is full of colour in summer.
Glass doors from the double bedroom lead through to the conservatory.
The conservatory opens onto the patio and garden.
Glass doors with a Juliet balcony make the most of the far reaching countryside views.
The colour scheme is fresh, vibrant and contemporary yet extremely restful.
A relaxing space to read a book or play a game.
The utility-room is downstairs, at the far end of the spacious hallway.
Looking from the utility-room back along the hall, where at the other end stairs lead up to the living-room.
The pretty twin bedroom (Bedroom 2) has a wall-mounted television and overlooks the garden.
The bathroom is on the ground floor next to the twin bedroom. The bathroom has a separate shower cubicle as well as a bath.
This comfortable double bedroom on the ground floor.
A little gate at the end of the small enclosed garden leads out onto a footpath running behind the house - ideal for an early morning dog walk!
Breakfast is served.
The sheltered, private patio is ideal for enjoying an evening barbecue.
The view from the Juliet balcony.
The patio is very private, a fence panel covered with a lovely climbing rose screening it from the Owners' side of the garden.
Looking back from the gate at the end of the garden, which leads through to the footpath behind Trelyn.
The family-friendly beach at Portreath is just a short car journey away.
On a sunny spring or autumn day, you might even have the whole beach to yourself!
Sandy Porthtowan beach is just a few minutes' drive from Trelyn.
Perranporth beach is only a little further up the coast.
Picturesque St Ives is well worth a visit.
One of St Ives' beautiful golden beaches, Porthminster.
The little coastal train which runs between St Erth and St Ives stops at Carbis Bay on the way.