Nestled in the heart of the Lizard peninsula this boutique farm cottage offers luxurious living, perfect for couples and families alike – complete with a hot tub. From the moment you step through the door at Pheasant Cottage you are greeted by gorgeous interiors and your worries will float away. The beautiful Helford river is close by, which is wonderful for walking or enjoying the water, and the child-friendly beach at Kennack Sands is only a short drive away.
This newly renovated semi-detached cottage offers everything you might need for a break away – relish the peace and quiet and enjoy the far-reaching views. The only neighbours are those in the cottage next door and one other property across the lane, however privacy and peace and quiet are ensured. Built in 1638, the owners have preserved the charming original features in this cottage with a stunning lintel (thought to be from a shipwreck) over the fireplace and the gently sloping floors upstairs adding a quintessential charm to the cottage.
The sumptuous sitting-room has a cosy wood-burner for the cooler nights and two sofas to snuggle up on after a day exploring. The kitchen/diner has everything you might need to create a tasty meal – enjoy the fruits of your labour around the dining-table or under a parasol in the very private courtyard garden.
Upstairs you will find two lovely bedrooms situated at the front of the house and the family bathroom. The main bedroom has a king-size bed in which you can sit and gaze out of the window enjoying uninterrupted views of the beautiful countryside each morning.
There's plenty of outdoor space at Pheasant Cottage, with the courtyard garden offering a magnificent hot tub and a dining-table and chairs on the slate terrace with a fabulous outlook across the fields and countryside beyond. There is an area of lawn just perfect for children to play in safely whilst you relax with a glass or two of something chilled. Last but not least, the outhouse is ideal for wet coats, welly boots, wetsuits and beach kit (there is even enough room for a paddle board or two).
Guests at Pheasant Cottage need hardly be aware of the farm itself as the garden is so exceptionally private but if you would like to visit the farm, the welcoming owners are always delighted to show you around during your stay. If you wish to book for a group holiday during the summer months, we also have Penlowen House at the same location.
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner
Kitchen/Diner with electric hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Outside Access to
Outhouse with washing machine and tumble-drier
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Hot tub
- Private parking for 3 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 3 miles
- Garden furniture
- Ground source heat pump
Sit a while in the hot tub and enjoy this peaceful rural location.
The cottage has an open plan feel between the sitting-room and the kitchen/diner.
The gorgeous double bedroom with king-size bed.
Comfy sofas to relax in after a day out exploring.
Pheasant Cottage is the cottage on the right of the picture with a large area for parking, your private garden and a lockable outhouse for your bikes, paddleboards and other equipment.
The sitting-room is a relaxing space at any time of the year.
You won't find any light pollution at this location, so on a clear night why not try a spot of star gazing in the cottage garden.
The stylish kitchen is equipped with everything you need to rustle up a snack or three course dinner.
Room to dine with family or friends.
With one cottage next door, this location is also shared with Penlowen House, (across the other side of the lane) you can also book this lovely property through our website.
This dual-aspect bedroom has views over the garden.
This lovely cottage has been within the owners' family for many years and has recently been thoughtfully furnished.
The stylish bathroom.
The twin bedroom also features crisp white linens and comfy beds.
Just look at your uninterrupted view!
Pheasant Cottage dates back to the late 1600s, can you find the date carved into the stone?
Welcome to Pheasant Cottage.
Who needs a sea view when you can enjoy this panorama.
Enjoy the changing seasons with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside.
There are many great places to walk in this area as you are close to the Helford River and the Lizard peninsula.
The rear of this semi-detached cottage is the first thing you see as you arrive down the lane, simply follow the gravelled drive around to the front to find your parking area.
The fishing town of Porthleven is less than 10 miles away.