If you're looking for a taste of village life, then this enchanting end of terrace cottage in pretty St Teath, close to the north Cornish coastline, is just the answer. Within walking distance of the village square with its iconic clock tower, church, shops and pub, Ruth's Cottage has been lovingly restored in a style that brings the cottage bang into the 21st Century whilst retaining the original charm and character, with the odd spot of luxury thrown in for good measure. It has a little sunny back garden which is the perfect spot for an evening barbecue reflecting on your days out exploring nearby Port Isaac, Polzeath and Wadebridge, and a toasty wood-burner in the sitting-room, ideal for those of out-of-season breaks.
Throughout the ground floor, the original slate floors complement the soft colour scheme. The dining-room doubles up as a second sitting-room with a large state of the art 4K TV, ideal for the younger members to enjoy some holiday viewing or playing games. The cottage kitchen with its bespoke cupboards, Belfast sink, stainless steel work surface and gorgeous crockery will make preparing meals a delight and the stylish downstairs shower-room is a real treat. Upstairs are three pretty bedrooms; the master with the most fabulous of en suite bathrooms within which is a luxurious copper bath, and the Philips Hue lighting system, which allows you to create different moods and feelings within the cottage. The talented Owner painted the artwork adorning the walls in the cottage, all of the local area so is sure to inspire you to seek out the destinations on your days out. The fishing village of Port Isaac is always a winner with its charming harbour, shops and galleries and an abundance of great places to eat and drink. You may wander along the coastal footpath with breathtaking views around every corner, or for contrasting scenery take to the wide open space of Bodmin Moor. Grab your bucket and spades, surfboards and wetsuits and head off to the golden sandy beaches of Polzeath and Daymer Bay or for activities on two wheels hire a bike in Wadebridge and take to the Camel Trail. This is a great place for a holiday and once smitten you are sure to return.
Sitting-room with wood-burner
Kitchen with induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge and dishwasher
Dining-room with TV, Blu-ray DVD player and ornamental inglenook fireplace
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Utility-area with washing machine, tumble-drier and freezer
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5') and en suite Bathroom with bath, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with double bed (5')
Bedroom 3 with single bed
*Only 1 cot is provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 medium-sized car and on road parking in the village
- No smoking
- Pub 150 yds
- Garden furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
A warm welcome awaits you at Ruth's Cottage.
The comfy sitting room showing some of the owner's artwork
The three bedrooms are utterly delightful.
The luxurious en suite bathroom.
On balmy nights you'll enjoy a barbecue in the garden.
The delightful cottage kitchen...
...complete with Belfast sink and lovely stainless steel work surfaces.
The kitchen is well-equipped with gorgoeus crockery.
The dining-room also doubles up as a snug with a large TV, ideal for catching up on some holiday viewing or perhaps a film.
The pretty dining area
The cottage stairs lead off from the sitting-room.
There are beautiful features throughout- hand-made window shutters, original slate floors and of course that all important wood-burner making this an ideal retreat all year round
The super stylish shower-room on the ground floor.
Breakfast in bed - why not, you are on holiday after all!
Bedroom 1 has a king-size double bed and the most fabulous en suite bathroom.
You'll certainly enjoy a wonderful bubble bath whilst on holiday in Ruth's Cottage!
The second double bedroom also has a king-size bed and a delightful ornamental fireplace.
The single bedroom, decorated in pretty pastel shades.
The cottage has been restored with great care and attention - lovely sash windows, wooden floors and vintage-style radiators!
Why not pack up a picnic for your days out?
The steps leading up to the garden.
The pretty garden is a lovely spot to enjoy a morning coffee and plan your day ahead exploring this part of Cornwall.
The iconic clock tower in the heart of the village.
St Teath is a pretty village close to the north coast.
The White Hart Inn - the local village pub.
Along this stretch of the coastline the beaches are fabulous!
Port Isaac is picture perfect and well worth a visit.
Padstow is very popular - grab a bite to eat at the many eateries, browse the shops, hop on a boat trip or visit the historic Prideaux Place.