Come and enjoy a well-earned break at the lovely Barton Cottage.
The open plan living-room.
The gorgeous bedroom.
Enjoy morning coffee or evening sundowners on the terrace whilst taking in those far reaching countryside views.
The stylish modern kitchen-area.
You can snuggle up on the sofa or why not have a gentle rock in the rocking chair!
The toasty wood-burner will be a welcome sight on those out-of-season breaks.
The owners are happy for you to explore their woodland - the bluebells create a wonderful display in the spring.
The dining-table looks out onto the courtyard.
Crisp white linen and lovely cushions and throw in shades of mustard and grey, on the bed.
The shower-room leads off from the bedroom. You can also sneak outside from the bedroom - ideal for those early morning coffees on the terrace.
The stylish en suite shower-room.
There is lovely attention to detail throughout.
Serving up meals will be a doddle with the dining-table situated next to the kitchen.
You are surrounded by glorious Cornish countryside.
The pretty seaside fishing town of Looe is close   by- try your hand at fishing, enjoy some traditional seaside fun or indulge in a fish and chip supper on the harbour.
There are fabulous beaches and miles of coastal footpaths to discover.
The historic house, gardens and parkland at Lanhydrock make for a great day out. If you enjoy adventures on two wheels there is also a network of cycling trails.

Barton Cottage

4326 - New

6.2 miles NW of Looe / Sleeps 2 + cot*

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7 Nights from  £250

A warm welcome awaits you at this gorgeous retreat for two set in the peace and tranquility of the glorious Cornish countryside. Located at the end of a pretty tree-lined private lane only a few miles from the beaches, clifftop walks and fishing villages of the south coast and the dramatic open landscape of Bodmin Moor, Barton Cottage makes the ideal sanctuary for those seeking both relaxation and recreation.

This single-storey barn conversion has been renovated to an exceptional standard, with the owners taking great pride in creating a stylish and modern interior, dotted with accents of mustard and grey with comfort and quality high on the agenda. Linger over leisurely breakfasts at the dining-table overlooking the courtyard, and on those out-of-season breaks fire up the wood-burner enjoying a good holiday read snuggled up on the sofa or perhaps rocking gently in the country-style rocking chair. Step down into the lovely bedroom where crisps linens, and of course piles of cushions and a cosy throw, dress the super comfy bed and the stylish en suite shower-room will freshen you up for the day ahead. Outside a small terrace is the perfect spot for morning coffee or evening sundowners whilst listening to the sounds of the countryside, or get even closer to nature with a stroll along the owner's woodland walk – the bluebell display in late spring is really quite spectacular.

Barton Cottage offers the reassurance of friendly owners close by, should you have any questions during your stay, but assurance of privacy if you just want to relax. The family's two friendly dogs will come to say hello when you arrive, offering the warmest of welcomes!

If you have family and friends who want to join you Lee Cottage (3842), Winwalloe (3774) and Pinnock (4203) are set around the courtyard.

This is a great base for exploring this relatively unknown part of Cornwall. The pretty seaside village of Polperro is packed full of charm and you can take the coastal footpath to Looe, a traditional seaside town where you can join a fishing trip, browse around the shops and galleries, take a boat trip across to Looe Island or enjoy some good old Cornish hospitality in one of the many cafes and restaurants.

The stylish sailing town of Fowey is well worth a visit, with its annual festival and summer regatta, and a little further down the coast discover historic Charlestown with its listed harbour and collection of old ships.

The pretty cottage gardens at Pinsla and the majestic parkland of Lanhydrock (National Trust) will delight garden enthusiasts and head to Bodmin Moor to discover granite outcrops that defy gravity, the remains of the mining engine houses and a whole host of pretty villages with their obligatory pub – perfect when you need to re-fuel.


Ground Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV and wood-burner. Ceramic hob, electric oven, microwave with grill, fridge and dishwasher

Step to Bedroom with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


*A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.


Features

  • Dogs welcome
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 2 miles
  • Garden furniture
  • 3 electric thermostatic radiators