Nestled in a wooded valley, and just over a mile from the stunning scenery of the Helford River, this former water powered corn mill is bordered by the Durra stream and the cottage's delightful garden. Beautifully and sympathetically restored, the Mill is the perfect balance of old and new with many original features retained and complemented by the more recent modern additions.
On the ground floor the property offers spacious living and dining complete with a fabulous range cooker in the country kitchen, so if you like to cook, you will love this space. On the first floor, three comfortable bedrooms linked by an open landing all enjoy views over the garden to the stream beyond and with a shower-room next to the master bedroom, the main bathroom at the end of the landing and a separate cloakroom downstairs, this lovely property is ideal for a family or a few friends seeking sanctuary.
Whatever the time of year or weather, Treworgie Mill is the perfect rural retreat; when it's wet and blowing a hooley sit together around the kitchen table playing board games or curl your feet up on the sofa in front of the open fire in the sitting-room catching up with a good book.
When the summer temperatures rise, dine al fresco in the gorgeous garden whilst enjoying the sounds of the trickling stream and the singing birds in the trees or open up the French doors in the snug and bring the outside into this welcoming space.
The village of Manaccan, just under a mile away, is known for its pretty cottages as well as providing a friendly pub, village shop, a restaurant and the ancient church of St Anthony.
Around half a mile away you will find Gillan Creek, probably named from the Cornish word 'gilenn' for nook or creek, this whole area is a bit of an unspoilt gem where times seems to stand still. Take the ferry to cross between Halamana, Gillan and St Anthony at high tide or walk at low tide as the stepping stones of the South West Coast Path across Gillan Creek are submerged roughly three hours either side of high water.
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Kitchen/Diner with double electric range cooker, microwave, dishwasher and wood-burner
Utility-room with fridge, freezer and washing machine
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player, and open fire
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6")
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Please supervise children at all times around the stream.
- Dogs welcome
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 3 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Garden furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
Welcome to Treworgie Mill.
The green tones and botanical themes link the inside and outside in the sitting-room.
The open plan kitchen/diner is wonderful for entertaining.
The master bedroom with lovely views.
The large garden has many hidden areas waiting to be discovered.
Keep nice and toasty at meal times by the wood-burner.
The stairs from the dining-area lead to the bedrooms and bathrooms.
The utility-room behind the kitchen is very useful for all your beach gear.
Relax in front of the fire in this luxurious sitting-room.
Open the double doors in the sitting-room overlooking the large garden.
Time for tea.
The second sitting-room is the perfect place to watch the wildlife (with a glass of wine).
Soak up the sun on the terrace.
The three bedrooms and the bathroom and shower-room are off the landing on the first floor.
Take your pick of a good book on the landing.
The master bedroom is flooded with natural light.
There is plenty of space in the dressing-area.
The twin bedroom looks out over the garden.
Peak out at the garden.
Have a soak on holiday in the family bathroom.
The third bedroom has warm and calm tones.
Open the windows and listen to the birds and the stream.
The shower-room is lovely and light.
Explore the large garden at Treworgie Mill, who knows what you might find.
Relax by the stream listening to the babbling water.
The path from the parking to Treworgie Mill.
The garden in spring time, looking back towards the house.