Leafy lanes lead to Lower Penvale, a tranquil setting just outside Truro where The Pavilion shows off its striking design. Harking back to its agricultural past with rough timber-clad walls and a curved zinc roof, the interior contrasts beautifully with contemporary design and 21st Century comfort. Habitat sofas, a sleek modern wood-burner and bi-fold doors opening onto a sheltered deck make the open plan living space a delight. The bedroom shares the same high ceiling and light oak flooring, with tall narrow windows looking out over lawns and trees. The magnificent surfing beaches and dramatic clifftop footpaths of the north coast are just 15 minutes away, perfect for dog walking, beachcombing and exploring, or maybe just a leisurely drink in a beachside bar.
With its high ceiling, wall of glass and views across fields, the open plan living-room in The Pavilion is a wonderful light-filled space in which to relax and unwind. There is a fully equipped kitchen/dining-area for those who like to cook, but with Truro less than two miles away with an enviable selection of bars, restaurants and bistros to explore, eating out is always an option. There are two sofas – one for each of you to stretch out on – and a big TV with BT Vision channels, so fire up the wood-burner, open a bottle of wine and enjoy a lazy evening or two catching up on missed programmes or enjoying a favourite film. The bedroom has a comfortable king-size bed and a fully tiled en suite wet-room with powerful shower, perfect for easing aching limbs after days spent exploring beaches and footpaths, shops and galleries (with level access inside and out, The Pavilion is ideal for anyone with limited mobility). The sheltered deck has countryside views and in the adjoining yard you may hear the occasional whinny from the Owner's horse (there is a spare stable and lovely local bridleways if you'd like to bring your own horse on holiday). The welcoming Owners live next door but respect your privacy once you've settled in. Surfing beaches at Perranporth, St Agnes, Chapel Porth and Porthtowan are all within easy reach, making The Pavilion perfect for gung-ho outdoor adventurers but equally as perfect for those wishing to enjoy a relaxing break from everyday life just toasting their toes in front of the wood-burner.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher. Satellite TV and wood-burner
Bedroom with double bed (5') and en suite Wet-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Access to Store-room with tumble-drier
- Dogs welcome (2 medium-sized dogs only)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Deck furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
- Livery by arrangement (At cost)
This is a lovely sheltered area to sit out and enjoy the view.
Big bi-fold doors open the room right up to the sheltered deck area.
Wine, nibbles and warm toes...bliss!
The kitchen-area is fully equipped for holiday catering.
The north coast clifftop paths and surfing beaches are just five miles away.
The Pavilion is a contemporary architect designed single-storey cottage (there is step-free access via a sloping ramp to the rear).
A modern wood-burner adds a focal point on cooler days.
Two Habitat sofas to relax on....one each!
Logs are provided on arrival.
Bi-fold doors open out from the living space.
The doors open back fully for seamless indoor/outdoor living on warm days.
The outdoor sitting-area.
The deck looks out over fields.
Flowerbeds provide a splash of colour.
There are steps up to the cottage at the front and a sloping ramp at the rear for easy access if mobility is limited.
The kitchen/dining-area in the open plan living-room.
The kitchen-area is fully equipped.
All appliances are integrated.
The kitchen window looks out over the deck at the rear.
The airy bedroom has a high apex ceiling.
There is a king-size bed.
Lovely oak furniture.
The en suite wet-room.
There is level access to the shower-area.
The shower has an adjustable head.
A heated towel rail keeps the shower-room snug.
Porthtowan is a great surfing beach, with lifeguard protection from Easter to October.
Steps lead up to the front door but the cottage can also be accessed via the ramp at the rear.
A lovely spot for breakfast.
There are three livery stables in the neighbouring yard.
This chap is a little camera shy!
Chapel Porth at low tide - this is a renowned surfing beach and has a great National Trust beach cafe.
Dogs will love the clifftop walks nearby.
Bi-fold doors open out to the secluded deck.