The terrace has a wonderful magnolia tree.
The country-style kitchen/breakfast-room.
Bedroom 2  is the spacious master bedroom with a super-king size bed.
There is plenty of space for everyone to relax in the sitting-room.
The lower garden in the spring.
The sunny terrace is the perfect spot for al fresco dining.
Plenty of space for preparing family meals in the kitchen.
Young families can choose to eat in the kitchen.
Looking from the entrance hall to the kitchen.
Looking from the dining-room through to the sitting-room.
Celebratory dinners will be enjoyed in the elegant dining-room.
Another view of the sitting-room.
There is a Jetmaster open fire for those cooler evenings.
French doors open from the sitting-room to the terrace and garden.
Bedroom 1 is on the ground floor and has twin beds.
The master bedroom is dual aspect and has a lovely Juliet balcony with views over the garden.
The en suite bathroom to Bedroom 2 has twin basins.
Another view of the en suite bathroom.
The dressing-room to the master bedroom. Plenty of space to fit a cot if required.
Bedroom 3 has a king-size bed and a wash-basin.
Bedroom 4 has twin beds and a wash-basin.
The family bathroom.
The shower in the family bathroom.
The sheltered terrace.
The view down the valley.
An idyllic spot to sit and relax with a book.
The lovely stone entrance gate.
The garden in full bloom.
Azaleas in the lower garden.
The Coach House.
The Hidden Hut Cafe on the Roseland Peninsula.
Caerhayes Gardens.
Heligan Garden.
Mawgan Porth Beach.
Carne and Pendower Beach.
Lusty Glaze.
Catch the ferry from St.Mawes to Falmouth.
Watergate Bay.

The Coach House


5.7 miles NE of Truro / Sleeps 8 + cot

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7 Nights from  £799

Quietly tucked away in the pretty village of Ladock, The Coach House is a traditionally styled English country home. Open the front door and revel in the comfort and warmth this lovely house offers; with its classic country-style interiors as well as spacious rooms it is the perfect property for family gatherings, celebrations, and out-of-season escapes.

The well-equipped kitchen has everything you need for preparing large family meals to enjoy in the elegant dining-room and there is plenty of space in the sitting-room for everyone to sit around the cosy fireplace to socialise.

With one bedroom on the ground floor and three bedrooms upstairs, including a generously sized master bedroom with its own dressing-room and bathroom, the house comfortably accommodates eight.

There is a large private terrace with garden furniture, and a barbecue for those summer meals outside. You are also welcome to use the separate area of garden below the drive, which runs down to the lane. It is surrounded by mature trees and is a spectacle of colour in the spring when the azaleas, rhododendrons and camellias are in full bloom. Please be mindful that the owner, who lives in the former Rectory next door, may occasionally bring their horses through this part of the garden and their dogs also have access. If you decide to use this additional area and have a dog yourself, the owner would be grateful if you would keep it on a lead.

The village community shop is a 150 yard walk from the house for day to day provisions and there is also a local pub The Falmouth Arms for an early evening drink before supper.

Ideally positioned for exploring both coasts of Cornwall, you can be on the north coast in 25 minutes to explore one of the many glorious beaches such as Mawgan Porth or Lusty Glaze where the more adventurous can have a go at surfing, jet-skiing or even walking the tightrope, and those wanting to relax can enjoy a drink or meal at the beach bar and restaurant.

Take a walk across the coastal path to Watergate Bay, home of the Extreme Academy and Jamie Oliver's Fifteen restaurant. If you are after some traditional family attractions the zoo, Waterworld and the boating lake in Newquay fit the bill!

The Roseland peninsula on the south coast is also easily reached within 25 minutes with its glorious sandy beaches and pretty seaside villages. Take a boat trip from St Mawes to Falmouth, or hire a kayak and explore the hidden creeks of the Fal estuary.

The well-known Hidden Hut cafe at Porthcurnick Beach serves delicious outdoor cooked food and has regular ticketed feast nights during the year. Nearby is the Driftwood Hotel with its Michelin star restaurant, and the Nare Hotel at Carne and the Hotel Tresanton in St Mawes both have excellent waterside restaurants for that special night out.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan are a short drive away, found just outside the pretty fishing village of Mevagissey, with other lovely gardens close by to explore at Caerhays and Trewithen.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and open fire

Bedroom 1 with twin beds (3')

Kitchen/Breakfast-room with electric cooker, microwave, fridge and dishwasher

Utility-room with fridge/freezer, washing machine and wash-basin


Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin

First Floor

Bedroom 2 with super-king double bed (6'), Dressing-room/Cot-room and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed (5') and wash-basin

Bedroom 4 with twin beds (3') and wash-basin

Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin


  • Dogs welcome
  • Travel cot and high chair
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 3 cars and open sided garage for 1 car
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 150 yds
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Full oil-fired CH