With views across the pretty valley at Shuffley, this pretty detached stone cottage has been rebuilt stone by stone by local craftsmen and now combines the warmth and character of the original building with modern comfort and facilities. The large open plan sitting/dining-room, with wood-burner and comfy sofas, leads through to a light and bright kitchen/breakfast-room where you can enjoy your home-cooked breakfast overlooking the valley and maybe spotting the resident cows in the fields below. When it's time for bed climb the stairs to one of two en suite bedrooms, one enjoying views towards three stacks in the distance, the other with a Juliet balcony and views across the Owners' land which is bordered by the river below.
Tin Stream Cottage is ideally located for the surf beaches at Portreath and all that this dramatically beautiful part of Cornwall has to offer. If you want to leave the car behind, why not walk or cycle the Portreath Branchline Trail which can be found really close by, this is just one of the many paths that follow tramway and railway routes once used to transport ore and vital supplies for the area's mines. With the Cathedral City of Truro and the thriving harbour town of Falmouth both within a half an hour's drive of the property, you really can get the most out of your holiday whatever takes your fancy.
Sitting/Dining-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner
Step to Kitchen/Breakfast-room with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (6' double or twin) beds and en suite Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Other properties at this location: Shuffley Barn (2781). *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Full under-floor heating (geothermal)
- Logs for wood-burner
Tin Stream cottage sits alongside the Owners home behind and Shuffley Barn behind that.
Comfy sofas to relax in after a day out exploring.
The fabulous kitchen/breakfast-room.
The double bedroom has a Juliet balcony with views down to the valley below.
This lovely cottage is nestled in a valley with wonderful views across the owners land.
Fold back the doors and enjoy the view!
Bedroom two is at the front of the cottage.
This hidden valley is close to the Mining Trails that network throughout this facinating area; you will see engine houses and chimney stacks all around this location.
Comfortably furnished, this is a tranquil and relaxing space.
The view from your bedroom.
The en suite shower-room to the double bedroom.
Bedroom two also has an en suite.
This huge bathroom includes a large shower cubicle...
...and a bath, so the choice is yours, shower gel or bubbles tonight?
Bedroom two is furnished with a six-foot super-king bed which can also be set up as two three-foot single beds.
The en suite to bedroom one.
The master bedroom has French doors and a Juliet balcony to make the most of the views.
Tin Stream Cottage is a modern new cottage built using the stone from the crumbling remains of the old cottage that used to stand here.
This fabulous kitchen/breakfast-room has folding doors to bring the outside in.
Two steps down to the kitchen from the living-room.
The sitting end of the open plan living room has the sofas around the wood-burner.
The dining end of the living-room, also great for playing games with family and friends.
The cloakroom is on the ground floor just off the kitchen.
This is a good looking cottage lovingly re-built and restored by local craftsmen.
From across the valley you can see the Owners home and Shuffley Barn (2781), Tin Stream cottage is hidden behind the trees.
Follow the path along the valley from the barn and both Carn Brea Castle and Monument are visible at the top of the hill.
The fabulous beach at nearby Portreath has something for everyone whether you like to build sandcastles or surf the waves!
Portreath is worth a visit at any time of the year, in or out of the water.
A visit to Heartlands, a World Heritage Site Gateway, at nearby Pool is recommended.
Don't miss out on the gardens at Heartlands too.
The climb to the top of the hill at Carn Brea is well worth it!
Parts of Carn Brea Castle date back to the 14th Century.
Visit the museum, art studios and cafe on site at Heartlands, or even the fantastic adventure playground.
Walk or cycle the Great Flat Lode, a circular route of 12km around Carn Brea.
The sandy beach at nearby Portreath.