With a passion for everything Cornish, the owners of Valley View offer guests a warm welcome at this 21st Century single-storey cottage, one of four holiday properties on their 18th Century farm.
Beautifully presented and with wonderful countryside views, this well designed cottage is perfectly positioned for a relaxing holiday, where you could choose to do nothing more than sit and admire the beautiful landscape.
The private garden and terrace is accessed directly from the living-room, the perfect spot for some al fresco dining or a chilled glass or two.
Under-floor heating will keep you cosy year-round and with a National Trust public footpath to Tremayne Quay bordering the farm, you can be as active or inactive as you wish.
For the younger ones there is a games-room and large outdoor playground, the ideal place to make new friends with the residents from the other cottages at Mudgeon Vean.
This is a working farm where you will see a menagerie of animals including dogs, cats, chickens and occasionally cows in the fields. However, one probable unexpected sound you may hear is the barking of the seals from the Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Gweek just down the road, why not go and say hello during your stay?
Valley View is surrounded by ancient fields and woodland with panoramic views across an extensive valley area, and only a short drive to the famous Frenchman's Creek (as in Daphne du Maurier's book) and the picturesque village of Helford. This is a truly beautiful part of Cornwall to experience where many wonderful holiday memories are just waiting to be made.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player and iPod dock. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Access to Games-room with coin-operated tumble-drier
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Full under-floor heating
Valley View is a pretty single-storey cottage.
The open plan living-room is light, spacious and very welcoming.
The view from one of the double bedroom windows.
The pretty double bedroom with a 5' wooden bed.
Whether making a cup of tea, breakfast or an evening meal, the kitchen has everything you will need.
The spacious living-room with dining-area and kitchen, is a very social space.
This bedroom is also comfortably furnished with 'zip and link' (6' double or twin) beds.
The large family bathroom has a large bath and fitted shower, with plenty of room to dry off.
The large open plan living-room as seen from the kitchen.
A comfy sofa to relax with a book, watch TV or simpy take in the view.
The kitchen is very well-equipped with everything you could need.
The triple-aspect double bedroom overlooks the owners' cottage, the courtyard. and to the rear the garden and countryside views.
The 'zip and link' bedroom also has plenty of storage.
The last leg of your journey, the lane to Mudgeon Vean.
The cottage sits on the far side of the courtyard, with the owners' farmhouse and the other holiday cottages on either side.
The view from the parking-area of Valley View.
The sign at the end of the lane for Mudgeon Vean, you are nearly there.
There is additional parking in front of the patio if required.
Walking from the cottage, you will come across some wonderful sights throughout the year.
The view from the terrace across the enclosed 'seasonal pond' to the chickens (this only fills with water during wet weather) and your private garden is to the right of the picture.
The views are great at any time of year even on a cold January morning!
The other residents of Mudgeon Vean include a few feathered friends.
A few minutes down the lane from the cottage is the path leading to Tremayne Quay, through the woods. Just look out for this mini waterfall on the way, and take the next gate on your right.
A pretty stream runs through the woods.
The walk takes you through the woods and follows the stream down to the quay.
Tremayne Quay belongs to the National Trust.
The Prince of Wales pub, Newtown in St Martin is less than two miles away or five minutes by car.