The living-area has a cosy wood-burner and sea views over to Nare Head.
The dining-table is large enough to seat six to eight so family or friends staying in one of the other barns can join for supper.
Bedroom 1 has 'zip and link' beds so can be made up as a super-king or twin beds.
Local stone and slate steps lead up to the living-room.
Snuggle up beside the fire.
Vaulted ceilings and cool lighting.
The kitchen is kitted out like a true home-from-home.
Welcome to Mimosa.
Another view of the living area.
The walls are full of fabulous local artwork.
A variety of holiday reading.
You will feel cosy and warm all year round.
Bedroom 2 has a king-size double.
There are beautiful throws, cushions and soft furnishings throughout.
The view over the fields of Nare Head and Gull Rock.
The en suite shower-room to Bedroom 2.
Another view of Bedroom 2.
Some lovely finishing touches.
The en suite bathroom to Bedroom 1.
Off to the beach?
Mimosa is a two -storey barn next door to Samphire.
Enjoy your morning coffee on the slate roof terrace watching the sunrise.
Preparing meals in this lovely kitchen will be easy.
There is an outdoor shower for guests to use.
Views of rolling countryside from the meadow.
There is plenty of parking for several cars.
It's a pretty walk to and from the beach and coast path.
Porthcurnick beach is at the bottom of the lane.



Portscatho / Sleeps 4 + cot

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7 Nights from £817

Higher Rosevine Farm is an attractive collection of luxury barns that are situated around a central courtyard planted with olive trees and large Mediterranean pots giving a relaxed and comfortable summer vibe.

The three traditional stone barns have been sympathetically remodelled and upgraded to a high standard. Mimosa(4486), Sea Thrift 4485) and Samphire (4487) are surrounded by beautiful countryside on the unspoilt Roseland peninsula with its fantastic uncrowded beaches and amazing coastal walks, as well as safe waters for paddle boarding, canoeing and sailing.

Each barn has been thoughtfully designed with great attention to detail to create a refined holiday experience for individuals, couples and families. The barns can be rented individually or collectively for larger family or friend groups.

Mimosa, a two-storey barn, is the largest of the three barns with reversed accommodation; there are two en suite bedrooms on the ground floor and a spacious open plan living area and kitchen on the first floor, complete with Nespresso coffee machine and Roberts Radio with Bluetooth, which enjoys sea and country views over to Nare Head and Gull Rock. The living space is beautifully furnished with oak floors and stylish lighting, and adorned with interesting local artwork from recognised artists such as Nina Brook and Jo Painter. Warm and cosy, complete with comfy sofas and a wood-burning stove make this barn perfect for cosy evenings all year round. The sociable dining area can accommodate six to eight people around the farmhouse table so families staying at one of the other barns can join in memorable family holiday meals together. There is a small slate area at the top of the entrance stairs with outdoor garden furniture as well as an attractive small exclusive garden in front of the barn for sunbathing and eating outdoors. There are four adirondack chairs with leg rests for guests to enjoy the afternoon sun.

Higher Rosevine Farm is situated in the exclusive hamlet of Rosevine on a country lane leading to Porthcurnick beach home of the iconic 'Hidden Hut' beach cafe which is a seven minute walk away. The Driftwood with its renowned restaurant is a short stroll away across the lane with Curgurrell Farm shop within easy walking distance for wonderful seafood (lobsters and crab) and fresh fish caught by their own fishing boat in Gerrans Bay, alongside a plentiful supply of local vegetables, fruit, meat and home-baked cakes.

Portscatho village is twenty minutes' walk away along the coastal path and is home to a general store, two galleries, the Plume of Feathers pub, the Boathouse restaurant/cafe, Tatams beach side cafe, the Tavola wood-fired pizza restaurant/takeaway owned by Simon Stallard the well-known chef who established his credentials at his Hidden Hut on Porthcurnick Beach, so you will not be short of different places to eat out.

St Mawes is a picturesque village a short drive away with a selection of fine hotels and restaurants (The Tresanton and Idle Rocks), pubs and informal dining at the Watch House and St Mawes Hotel. The St Mawes Ferry provides a regular ferry service to Falmouth with its Maritime Museum, port, shops and galleries which makes for a great day out. St Mawes can be accessed via the coastal path using the small Place Ferry from Place Manor to cross the attractive harbour or by car which takes 10 minutes.

Ground Floor

Bedroom 1 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

First Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV, Bluetooth speaker and wood-burner. Electric hob, double electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher


  • Regret no pets
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 1 mile
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Full electric CH (partial under-floor)

Part of Higher Rosevine Farm

Sleeps 10 + 3 cots in 3 properties