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. Samphire (4487), Sea Thrift 4485) and Mimosa (4486) are situated in 15 acres of pasture land on the beautiful and unspoilt Roseland peninsula with its fantastic uncrowded beaches and amazing coastal walks with 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.
Samphire is a spacious luxuriously furnished, one bedroom barn with vaulted ceilings and open plan living, dining and kitchen areas with oak flooring throughout. Perfect for discerning individuals, couples and parents with a baby or toddler looking for a boutique-style retreat. Accessed via the attractive central courtyard the barn has two sets of French doors providing a relaxed and airy feel to the living space. A small private garden is located on the other side of the property with outside furniture for al fresco dining or sunbathing.
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 goodies.
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 Taverna 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.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV and Bluetooth speaker. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full electric CH (partial under-floor)
The open plan living-room.
The barn is light and bright with vaulted ceilings.
Enjoy breakfast outdoors.
The gorgeous super-king bedroom.
The barn has its own rear garden.
Samphire is all on one level and next door to Mimosa.
Two sets of French doors lead out to the courtyard.
You will enjoy cooking in this well-equipped kitchen.
The sociable kitchen has a dining-table for four.
Looking from the dining-area towards the French doors.
You will be assured of a good night's sleep in this super-comfy bed.
Lovely decorative touches throughout.
The en suite shower-room.
Wash off the salt and sand after a day on the beach.
Summertime roses in the rear garden.
Relax in the teak sun loungers.
There is plenty of parking for all the barns.
The view from the meadow.
Enjoy a morning stroll down the lane to the sea.