Nestled in the lovely hamlet of Treskillard, on the Owners' smallholding, you will find this adorable little cottage, once home to the gardener's rake and flower pots. Peace, greenery and bird song surround this detached studio barn and the thoughtful simplicity of the cottage's interior is welcoming and very charming. The small but cleverly designed elfin kitchen, with two electric rings and a combination microwave, is perfect for rustling up a cooked breakfast or light bite. Sit out on your private terrace, enjoying the fantastic views, and when you return after a busy day out exploring, sink into the king-size bed to recharge your batteries before awaking refreshed and ready to do it all again. The Potting Shed welcomes babies under six months old.
Time at The Potting Shed can be as busy or as relaxed as one chooses. For keen walkers, you may have hit the jackpot as the Great Flat Lode is right on your doorstep, just one of the many mineral trails you can walk or cycle, taking you from coast to coast or simply for a few miles inland following the old trails of the mining industry. When the coast beckons head off to the sandy beaches of Portreath or Porthtowan, both just a 20 minute drive away, or further north head up to Chapel Porth where you will see even more evidence of this area of Cornwall's very rich mining history. When you return to the cottage take a seat on the gravelled terrace to the rear of the cottage and enjoy the views over the Owners' garden, whilst planning your next adventure.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. TV. Electric 2 ring hob, combination microwave and fridge. Double bed (5'). Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
*A cot is not provided, please bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Courtyard furniture
- 1 panel heater
Looking back to The Potting Shed from the Owners' garden.
The rear door leads out to your private patio.
The comfy king-size bed.
The terrace overlooks the Owners' garden to the hills beyond.
The light yet cosy open plan living-room.
This pretty little cottage used to be the gardener's potting shed.
Breakfast for two.
The shower-room has a large shower cubicle with rainforest shower head.
The Owners have provided fluffy white robes for you to wrap up in after your shower.
A lovely spot to sit and listen to the bird song.
The kitchen and dining areas.
The elfin kitchen has two electric rings, a combination microwave oven and a fridge with an ice compartment.
A comfy seat for two.
The kitchenette is ideal for rustling up a bit of breakfast or a snack and of course for chilling the wine, beer and milk for a cuppa or two.
The shower-room is right next to the bed
Looking into the cottage from the parking-area.
You have a private terrace to the rear of the cottage.
Apart from the Owners and one other cottage, your nearest neighbours are the old mining engines.
Peace and tranquility awaits you.
The Potting Shed has a gravelled path leading to the front door.
This area was once the heart of the mining industry in this area, there are walks on the doorstep around the miles of mining trails.
Mexico towans at Gwithian sands is a dog-friendly beach all year round, there is a climb down the sand dunes, but the long sandy beach is worth it!
The sandy beach at Portreath is great for sand castle builders, surfers and sunbathers. (Dog-friendly in the evenings and 1st October to Easter Day).
A visit to Heartlands, the World Heritage Site not only explains the mining history of Cornwall but there are lovely gardens and a great cafe.
There are great walks along the network of 37 1/2 miles of Mining Trails in this area, walk or cycle - there is lots to see.
The monument on the top of Carn Brea, the views from up on the hill are stunning on a clear day.
Your four-legged friend will enjoy exploring the trails too!