Bursting with charm and character, packed to the rafters with original features and literally with roses around the door, this delightful Grade II Listed cottage is waiting to embrace couples and families alike, for that much needed break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Nestled in the rural hamlet of Trelash where peace, tranquility, bird song and star gazing are the order of the day, the beaches, clifftop walks and picturesque coastal villages of the north Cornish coast are all nearby.
Exposed beams, flagstone floors, inglenook fireplaces and the original well (covered and lit from below) create fabulous features in this charming cottage which has been brought bang up-to-date creating a wonderful home from home for 21st Century living. The kitchen/dining-room is the ultimate in country living with a proper farmhouse table, double Belfast sink, granite worksurfaces, painted cupboards and a four oven Aga - giving you the perfect excuse to put your Great British Bake Off skills to the test.
After dinner, relax and unwind in the cosy sitting-room snuggled up in front of the wood-burner enjoying a holiday read or perhaps a good old fashioned board game - it's what holidays are all about. On the ground floor you will also find a stylish shower-room and if you fancy a leisurely holiday soak the bathroom on the first floor has a stunning free-standing bath. Here you will find the two country-style bedrooms with pretty floral fabrics at the windows befitting of its rural setting.
The magic continues outside with the gorgeous sunny garden that beckons you to enjoy meals in the best of the Cornish sunshine or simply to chill in the glorious surroundings.
Heading out for the day, pack up a picnic and discover the best that this area has to offer, whether you visit the coastal villages of Boscastle and Port Isaac, head to the beaches of Crackington Haven or Bude, or discover some great rambles along the coastal path or across the rugged landscape of Bodmin Moor. At the village of Tintagel visit the Old Post Office (National Trust) and the castle, said to be the birthplace of King Arthur, and the grand houses and gardens of Pencarrow and Lanhydrock are most impressive. From the thriving town of Wadebridge hire a bike to cycle along The Camel Trail to the ever popular Padstow, the jewel in Cornwall's culinary crown and treat yourself to some award-winning cuisine.
Sitting-room with Smart TV, CD player and wood-burner
Kitchen/Dining-room with oil-fired Aga, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and Smart TV
Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'') and en suite Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5')
Bathroom with bath, WC and wash-basin
Take care, there are some low beams in this 17th Century cottage and some sloping ceilings.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Garden furniture
Welcome to Trelash House, a Grade II Listed 17th Century cottage.
The cosy sitting-room.
The sunny garden.
The cottage has two pretty bedrooms.
The kitchen/dining-room really is the heart of this gorgeous cottage.
Exposed beams, slate floors, granite posts and that all-important Aga make this the perfect country kitchen.
There are lovely features throughout.
Enjoy relaxing meals around the farmhouse-style table.
Take a pew at the window seat and enjoy the peaceful surroundings.
Snuggle up in front of the cosy wood-burning stove.
The large TV invites you to catch up on some holiday TV viewing.
Traditional shutters at the window.
There is a stylish shower-room on the ground floor.
And lots of fluffy towels!
The old well remains in the house, it is quite a feature.
Bedroom 1 has an en suite cloakroom.
Bedroom 2 has a pretty bedstead.
Take a peak at the main bathroom.
The main bathroom has a fabulous double-ended free-standing bath.
You are assured a wonderful welcome at Trelash House.
The garden is quite stunning and a lovely spot to treat yourself to a Cornish cream tea.
Port Isaac - home of TV's Doc Martin, The Fisherman's Friends and two Nathan Outlaw restaurants.
There are many fabulous beaches which are easily accessible.
The pretty village of Boscastle.