With its delightfully private garden, this little Grade II Listed thatched cottage lies down a short unmade lane on the edge of Nancegollan, a small village straddling the Helston to Camborne road. Inside is typical of an older cottage; low ceilings and doorways, some internal steps, and steep cottage stairs dividing at the top with a bedroom to either side.
Downstairs are a shower-room, a small but well-equipped galley-style kitchen, and an unexpectedly large dining-room complete with feature inglenook fireplace. Perfect for snuggling up on cooler days, the cosy little sitting-room next door has a wood-burner and just outside, the pretty garden and patio overlook open fields. The hospitable owners, across the driveway, are the only immediate neighbours.
The wonderful beaches and coastal footpaths of both north and south coasts are only a few miles away, making Higher Prospidnick Cottage an ideal central base for exploring Cornwall. And after a busy day out and about a barbecue at the far end of the garden (well away from the thatch!) is a lovely way to enjoy a relaxed, peaceful evening outdoors.
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Step to Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher
Step to Dining-room with CD player
Step to Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Patio furniture
- Full gas-fired CH
The cottage looks out onto fields and countryside views for miles.
The cosy sitting-room is furnished with two comfy armchairs and a sofa around the wood-burner.
The dining-room has a feature fireplace with an electric stove and a rocking chair.
The cottage has a well-equipped galley-style kitchen.
The pretty outside terrace is a lovely spot to sit and read or enjoy the company of friends and family.
The spacious double bedroom looks out across the fields behind the cottage.
The twin 3ft beds are comfortable both for adults and children.
The wonderful far reaching view from the garden across the fields behind the cottage.
The ground floor shower-room.
The sitting-room's little wood-burner is amazingly efficient, perfect for those cooler evenings.
Views from the dining-room across the fields behind the cottage.
Time for tea!
The comfortable twin bedroom also has views across the surrounding fields.
Looking through to the dining-room from the sitting-room, in between are the stairs up to the bedrooms.
The cottage stairs are typically steep but not narrow and there is a hand rail all the way up to the split landing at the top.
Between the dining-room and the sitting-room, the back door leads you out into the garden.
Looking back to the kitchen from the utility-area.
Time for breakfast!
A path leads round each side of the cottage to the back garden (please take care on the steps).
On a hot day, the sheltered little bench under the trees is ideal for morning coffee.
The very private garden provides plenty of space for children to play.
Porthleven, with its picturesque harbour and quayside shops, pubs and restaurants, is only a short drive away.
The family-friendly beach at Praa Sands, on the south coast.
Famous St Michael's Mount at Marazion is accessible on foot along the causeway at low tide.
There are roses round the gate...
...and honeysuckle adorns the gazebo.
There is also a little raised garden on the other side of the cottage (the owners' house beyond the parking-area is just visible).
Looking from the gravelled side garden back towards the terrace.
From the raised side garden, stone steps lead back down to the terrace.
There is plenty of parking space in front of the cottage, with a five-barred gate at the entrance.
The pretty and quirky Higher Prospidnick Cottage as viewed from the front parking-area.
The sheltered terrace outside the dining-room.
Pretty Higher Prospidnick Cottage, viewed from the front parking area.
Even prettier in the snow!
The garden under snow is a winter wonderland.
The north coast is also just a short car journey away - the beach at Portreath is great for families.
Miles of golden sands stretch from Godrevy Point (in photograph) right round to St Ives.
The view across towards St Ives from the coastal path at Godrevy.
Higher Prospidnick Cottage is a pretty Grade II Listed thatched cottage.
Higher Prospidnick Cottage is a wonderful retreat at any time of the year.
There is plenty of space to park alongside the cottage.