Into the Woods is a special place to spend a few days or more.
Into the Woods by name and by nature.
Just as lovely inside as outside.
Complete with toasty wood-burner for those out-of-season breaks.
There's a small but perfectly formed kitchen as well as a dining area.
Looking into this delightful retreat.
Sit and enjoy a cuppa - bliss.
The comfy king-size bed is tucked into one end of the cabin.
An idyllic place to rest your head.
And enjoying the rural views - lazy mornings are a must.
The utterly unique headboard - how magical!
Every single detail has been carefully and thoughtfully put together and provided.
Welcome to Into the Woods!
Totally bespoke and carefully handcrafted.
The kitchen area is well-equipped with all you could need to cook up a scrummy supper.
Lovely touches throughout.
You'll want for nothing here.
There is, of course, an en suite shower-room, in true luxury glamping style.
With walk-in shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin.
And handy hooks.
Dining al fresco is a must.
There's a delightful swing seat - the perfect place to relax and read a book.
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before heading out and about.
Sit out in the sun with a glass of your favourite tipple.
What kinds of wildlife will you spot?
What a fabulous setting for a getaway.
Wow - how beautiful!
Switch off from modern life and reconnect with one another.
So many spots to sit and enjoy the great outdoors.
With fabulous valley views to enjoy from the patio area, deck and of course from inside this delightful cabin.
You'll want to return time and time again.
If you want to get out and about, the renowned Camel Trail winds its way from Wenford Bridge along wooded valleys and the Camel Estuary out to Padstow on the north coast.
Popular Padstow can be reached via the Camel Trail and is very much worth a visit.
The trails at nearby Cardinham Woods are popular with cyclists too.
Enjoy a day at the trendy sailing town of Fowey with its waterside bars and cafes, shops and galleries.
Bodmin Moor, with its 100 square miles of wide-open spaces and rock formations is within easy reach.
Head off to Charlestown with its historic harbour and tall ships - a familiar sight for Poldark fans

Into the Woods

4366

1.7 miles S of St Neot / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

Need more time? Reserve any cottage for up to 24 hours before booking

7 Nights from  £351

Let us invite you to take a pew on the porch swing, gently rocking backwards and forwards as you escape from the stresses and strains of everyday life, listening to the sounds of the Loveny River in the valley below and gazing out across open countryside with sheep grazing on the hillsides and views that are well and truly 'into the woods'. Have you relaxed? Then let us begin! Hidden away in your own private area within the tiny hamlet of Treverbyn Vean, this is the perfect retreat for true romantics or those who want to enjoy nature at its best but, with incredibly easy access for getting out and about, it's also a pretty good base for those who want to explore.

Wake up to the sound of birdsong, watch butterflies dance amongst the buddleia, glimpse buzzards circling ahead and squirrels playing within the woods - the sounds and sights of the countryside will provide you with hours of entertainment. The decking is the perfect vantage point to admire the view, whether dining al fresco or simply perched on the porch swing rocking until your heart's content - we highly recommend it! Step inside and the interior has been decorated and furnished with flair and style to complement the magical setting, with pretty fabrics and linen, vintage crockery and painted furniture.

The hand-built kitchen comes complete with an oven, two-ring hob (if you really do feel the need to cook!) and fridge, and you can dine inside at the sweetest of tables whilst still enjoying the fabulous views. It goes without saying that you have an all-important wood-burner, so you can visit all year round, and of course your own en suite shower-room with plenty of hot and cold water and flushing loo. When night-time calls, oh do we have a special bed for you - beautifully-crafted and super-comfy with oodles of storage beneath, but the piece de la resistance is the most charming of carvings within the headboard - it's utterly unique and the inspiration for this special cabin's name.

We know you won't want to pull yourself away, but you won't be disappointed if you do. Swap the countryside views with those of the sea and go for a good ramble along the coastal footpath or enjoy a day at the trendy sailing town of Fowey with its waterside bars and cafes, shops and galleries. Head off to Charlestown with its historic harbour and tall ships - a familiar sight for Poldark fans. The trails at nearby Cardinham Woods and Lanhydrock are popular with cyclists as is the renowned Camel Trail, that winds its way from Wenford Bridge along wooded valleys and the Camel Estuary out to Padstow on the north coast - it's 17 miles long but, don't panic, you can join it partway.

Close by, the cottage garden of Pinsla is a little beauty and at Carnglaze Caverns you can discover underground slate caverns, wooded walks and enjoy some live entertainment at the Rum Store. The pretty village of St Neot is only two miles away with a majestic church, village shop and lovely traditional pub and, if you visit over August Bank Holiday, you might meet a world champion or two at the annual World SMITE Championships!


Cabin

Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Gas oven, 2 ring gas hob, fridge, wood-burner and king-size double bed (5')

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • No smoking
  • Pub 2 miles
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Heated towel rail
  • Logs for wood-burner