Set in the creekside village of Lerryn, considered to be one of the prettiest villages in Cornwall, Tanglewood is a very special holiday home in a truly magical setting. It sits in just under half an acre of gardens backing on to woods belonging to the National Trust, with the most beautiful views across the tidal waters and wooded valley of the River Lerryn and beyond. From morning coffee on the terrace to balmy summer evenings reclining on the patio, you are sure to make the most of the idyllic surroundings from sunrise to sunset.
Flawlessly renovated to bring together the charm and character of a traditional cottage with stylish and luxurious interiors, the view on the inside is as appealing as the one on the outside.
There are wooded valley walks right from the bottom of the garden, the delights of village life are a mere hop, skip and a jump across the creek’s famous stepping stones along with a whole host of unspoilt beaches, charming coastal towns and villages and glorious gardens all within easy access.
In a tucked away location offering peace and privacy, Tanglewood really is your little piece of heaven on earth.
Take the garden path that winds its way up to the door where a true Cornish welcome awaits you. The entrance hall provides the perfect storage area for coats, walking boots and any additional holiday kit that you need and the country-style kitchen comes complete with butler sink and Rayburn that is sure to delight all budding chefs. The sitting/dining-room is utterly charming, decorated in restful tones, with a toasty wood-burner and those wonderful views over the river. With a useful utility-area and stylish shower-room this completes the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs the three beautifully appointed boutique-style bedrooms all offer wonderful views of the setting, and there is also a family bathroom ideal for those who long for a leisurely soak!
The cottage is surrounded by mature south facing gardens – you can find a sunny spot most of the day. To the side of the house, a stone walled patio with a large garden table and seating is the perfect place for al fresco dining. To the front of the house, at the top of a gently sloping lawn enclosed by laurel hedging, a terrace with lounge seating provides a great place to relax with a glass of wine and watch the comings and goings on the river.
The village has a wonderful community spirit with a thriving shop, tea-room, traditional pub and a host of events throughout the year. Be sure to pack your walking boots as this area is a rambler’s paradise. You only have to walk to the bottom of the garden to join the one that leads along the river estuary, through Ethy Woods and out to the coast, or you may decide to have some fun on the water and explore the river inlets by kayak or canoe. For further adventure on foot or by pedal power, head to the network of trails at Cardinham Woods and Lanhydrock Estate, with its fine country house, parkland and gardens. The fashionable waterside town of Fowey with its stylish boutiques and galleries and host of eateries is close by, as are the antiques town of Lostwithiel and the hilltop castle ruins of Restormel, and it’s not much further to the Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan or the historic harbour of Charlestown (Poldark!).
Kitchen with oil-fired Rayburn and dishwasher
Utility-room with fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and microwave
Sitting/Dining-room with TV and wood-burner
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 3 with single bed (3')
Bathroom with bath, hand shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Take care, there are sloping ceilings in bedroom 3 and the first floor bathroom. *Only 1 cot is provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 1 car and public car park 700 yards.
- Telephone (incoming only)
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Garden furniture and patio furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
Tanglewood sits in a prime location in the pretty creekside village of Lerryn.
The restful sitting-area.
There are three boutique-style bedrooms.
The view from the front of the cottage across the garden and the creek - simply stunning!
The country-style kitchen complete with Rayburn...
...and of course the obligatory butler sink.
There's a breakfast-bar, perfect for a a quick holiday breakfast or morning coffee.
The wood-burner is a welcome sight on chillier nights.
The views can be enjoyed from the sitting-room.
The dining-area sits at the far end of the living-room.
A door leads out to the front garden.
Some of the owner's delightful pottery.
The stylish sink in the ground floor shower-room.
A super drench head shower in the ground floor shower-room.
Bedroom 1 has a super-comfy king-size bed.
There are some lovely finishing touches.
The stylish twin bedroom.
The cottage is beautifully styled throughout.
Bedroom 2 decorated in restful shades of mustard and grey.
Lovely artwork displayed throughout.
The charming single bedroom (please mind the sloping ceiling).
The single room enjoys views over the side of the cottage.
Pretty lights in the single bedroom.
The family bathroom on the first floor (please mind the sloping ceiling).
There are lovely touches throughout Tanglewood.
More stylish artwork.
There are a choice of places to sit out in the garden and enjoy the glorious setting
Another spot to sit out and perhaps enjoy a holiday read
...and when you want to dine in the best of the Cornish sunshine
Lerryn has a well-stocked village shop, tea-room and of course traditional village pub.
At low tide walk across the famous stepping stones across the creek connecting one side of the village with the other.
There are lovely walks right on your doorstep.
The ancient stone bridge in the village.
Wander through the streets of fashionable Fowey at the mouth of the river with its trendy shops and galleries and a whole host of places to eat and drink.
The south coast has an abundance of sheltered coves and bays waiting to be discovered.
The historic house, gardens and parkland of Lanhydrock (National Trust).
The traditional fishing town of Looe.