A traditional Cornish cottage, Old Walls is set in the heart of the pretty village of Constantine, surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the north side of the Helford River.
Step through the cottage door to a warm welcome at any time of year, sink into the comfy sofas around the cosy wood-burner in the sitting-room or enjoy the sociable space of the kitchen/diner next door. There are three beautifully furnished bedrooms on the first floor along with the family bathroom.
When you fancy a bit of al fresco dining, there is a sheltered rear courtyard behind the cottage, ideal for a morning coffee and a croissant whilst planning the day ahead.
The village of Constantine is named after a 6th Century Cornish Saint; there are two local stores, one with a surprising array of over one thousand whiskies, and a few hundred gins and wines to try. There are wonderful views from the 13th Century Parish Church with many footpaths nearby just waiting to be explored.
The mature gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan are beautiful any time of the year and the coastal town of Falmouth is worth a visit, with ferries and wildlife trips for those thrill seekers.
Whether coming to Cornwall to discover new places, or retracing your steps from holidays gone by, this delightful home-from-home offers a great base and will help recharge the batteries before its time to say goodbye.
Sitting-room with Smart TV, DVD player, CD player and wood-burner
Kitchen/Diner with electric hob, electric oven, microwave with grill, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 3 with single bed (3')
*A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 small cars
- No smoking
- Pub 10 yds
- Courtyard furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
- Logs for wood-burner
This pretty cottage 'Old Walls Cottage' has a Cornish name on the front Fosow Koth.
The wood-burner creates a cosy warmth on those cooler days and evenings, guests have commented that the cottage 'charmed us with its warmth and character.'
You can walk around the back of the cottage through the parking-area.
The open plan kitchen/dining-room has plenty of space to prepare, cook and eat a meal.
The comfy sofa and chairs are perfect for relaxing after a day out exploring with or without the wood-burner.
The pretty double bedroom, one guest said in the visitor book 'comfy beds and lovely decor, a great find.'
Guests enjoy exploring this pretty village including a visit to Constantine church.
To the rear of the cottage is the private courtyard which can be a real sun-trap.
The well-equipped kitchen.
This pretty single bedroom has plenty of storage.
The single bedroom is opposite the double room at the front of the cottage.
Looking through to the dining-area from the sitting-room.
The view from the single bedroom window over to the church.
The bathroom is on the first floor.
The spacious landing.
The log-store to the rear of the cottage, your first basket by the fire is complimentary.
Don't be confused by Old Walls Cottage Cornish name sign 'Fosow Koth'.
Pretty calm colours.
The view from the window.
There is an electric piano on the landing, great fun whether you know how to play or not!
The comfy double bedroom overlooks the village.
A great spot to sit with a glass or two or breakfast before you go out exploring this beautiful and unspoilt area.
The fabulous view from the churchyard across the surrounding countryside.
There are lots of walks on the doorstep and lots of pretty countryside to explore.
River moorings on the Helford Passage, why not hire a boat and spend some time on the water.
This end of terrace stone cottage is in the heart of this pretty village.
The Ferry Boat Inn at Helford Passage is well worth a visit, here you can join the coastal footpath or take the ferry across to Helford village.
The Lizard peninsula is only a short drive away with spectacular coastal walks and scenery to explore.
Port Navas is another beautiful spot right on the doorstep, whilst there you can pop into the Yacht Club for a visit.
The lovely beach at Swanpool is within a 20 minute drive.