Welcome to The Cider House
Pull up a chair and enjoy the view.
The wonderful countryside view.
The pretty country-style kitchen.
The kitchen is well-equipped for your holiday catering needs.
Steps lead down from the kitchen-area into the sitting/dining-room.
The large window certainly takes full advantage of the view.
Sit back, relax and unwind in this special part of south east Cornwall.
The sitting/dining-room leads out to the raised decking-area.
Mealtimes will be a treat with such a relaxing view.
Bedroom 1 has a king-size bed.
The main bedroom has vaulted ceilings and a small sitting-area in which to relax.
The comfy chair in the bedroom is the ideal place to curl up with a good book.
The pretty twin bedroom.
The halfmoon window (please note safety locks and window restrictors are in place).
The family shower-room is on the ground floor.
The elevated decking provides a bird's eye view of the surrounding woodland and countryside.
The owners' chickens are great fun to watch.
The owners have over 20 acres for you to explore - please take care if there are livestock in the fields.
Take a stroll down to the river where there is a 'Quay'/decking area to sit and watch the wildlife or perhaps enjoy a picnic.
The owners' land goes down to the River Tiddy (please take care with young children).
The views from the coastal footpath are simply stunning.
The traditional fishing town of Looe.
There are glorious sandy beaches within easy access.

The Cider House

4381

5.2 miles NW of Whitsand Bay / Sleeps 4 + cot

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

7 Nights from  £332

Set in the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural beauty with wonderful views sweeping out across open countryside down towards the River Tiddy, the clifftop walks, sheltered coves and beaches, and fishing villages and towns of the Cornish south coast are all close by.

Spend days relaxing on the wonderful decked balcony that takes full advantage of the view, wandering down the path and across the fields to enjoy a picnic at the water's edge or popping into the local village pub (recommended by Rick Stein no less) for a great selection of seafood and local ale.

Inside the fresh and bright interiors complement the character and charm of the building. The small but perfectly formed cottage-style kitchen comes complete with a large range-style cooker and has steps leading down to the sitting/dining-room. The large windows ensure you soak in that view, whatever the weather, and the patio door takes you out to the elevated decking-area to give you a bird's eye view of the surrounding countryside and the perfect spot to watch the sun set each evening. Also on the ground floor, next to the family shower-room, is the main bedroom - a wonderful room with high ceilings and a sitting-area where you can curl up in the comfy armchair and enjoy a good holiday read. The twin bedroom is on the first floor with a halfmoon window that frames more of those wonderful views.

Located next to the owners' home they, along with their two friendly dogs, will assure you a warm welcome and provide any help and advice you may need and then leave you in peace to enjoy your holiday in south east Cornwall. They have over 21 acres of woodland and pastures (please take care in fields with livestock) for you to enjoy which leads down to the river where the 'quay' area is an idyllic spot for a family picnic or to spot the abundance wildlife and birds.

Located only a short distance off the A38, this is a perfect base for exploring far and wide. The local village of Tideford is just down the road, with a great pub, Mill Restaurant and a fabulous traditional-style butchers if you fancy cooking some local produce or even to pick up a hot Cornish pasty for your lunch! Head off to the coast to discover the coastal paths that sit high above Whitsand Bay with spectacular views from Rame Head all the way along the coast to the Lizard peninsula. For a day at the seaside Downderry and Seaton are close by, as is Looe where you also try your hand at shark fishing or shipwreck diving. The historic estate of Port Eliot, home to the annual festival, has a programme of events throughout the year and at certain times you can also visit the Grade I Listed gardens. For more gardens and gorgeous historic houses head up the Tamar valley to Cotehele (National Trust). Pop over the Tamar into Devon and visit the maritime city of Plymouth with its historic Barbican and Plymouth Hoe and the city's latest hotspot the Royal William Yard - an evocatively historic, newly regenerated area offering restaurants, outdoor theatre productions and open-air cinema, arts and crafts markets and many artists-in-residence, or head out to Dartmoor to immerse yourself in the beauty and drama of its wild rugged landscapes, granite tors and pretty moorland villages.


Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Kitchen with dual fuel cooker (gas hob, electric oven), microwave, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher

2 steps down to Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV and balcony

Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


First Floor

Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')


The stairs are open-tread and there are sloping ceilings/low beams in the twin room, please take care.


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub .75 miles
  • Balcony furniture and barbecue
  • Full gas-fired CH