Welcome to Little Trefenten.
Step inside and relax.
The stylish bedroom.
You are welcome to explore the owners' grounds and woodlands.
A quiet spot to sit out and enjoy the countryside setting.
The open plan living-room is cosy and inviting.
Little Trefenten is all on ground level.
The stylish open plan living-room ensures you enjoy time together.
The gorgeous kitchen is fully equipped, should you fancy cooking rather than eating out.
Enjoy a leisurely holiday breakfast before you set out for the day.
You are assured a good night's sleep on the super-comfy bed.
A lovely place to rest your head after a day out and about exploring this wonderful part of Cornwall.
Little Trefenten is an annexe to the main house. It has a separate entrance and is quite private and set away from the main entrance.
Why not treat yourself to a leisurely soak in the spa bath?
You will enjoy spotting the wildlife.
The beaches on both the north and south coast are easily accessible.
Hire a canoe or kayak and discover all the delights along the River Tamar.
Spend the day exploring the glorious gardens and historic house of Cotehele (National Trust).
The harbour town of Looe offers traditional seaside fun, the chance to join a fishing trip or wander around the shops.

Little Trefenten

4568

4.1 miles S of Callington / Sleeps 2 + cot

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7 Nights from  £270

Tucked away along a country lane in a truly beautiful part of Cornwall, this rural idyll is the perfect escape to get away from it all. Set amidst two acres of leafy woodland with a babbling brook, duck pond, grassy meadow and orchard, all waiting to be explored, this perfect little pad for two promises rest, relaxation and the chance to reconnect with nature. Step inside and the owners have taken great care in creating a calm and restful interior that perfectly complements its setting.

All on one level, Little Trefenten is a self-contained annexe within the owners' gorgeous 16th Century home, quite private with its own front door. The owners are on hand to provide you with a warm welcome but then leave you to enjoy your holiday in peace. The open plan living-room is stylishly furnished with comfort and quality high on the agenda. Leading off from one side is the bedroom and to the other the bathroom where you are sure to indulge in a leisurely soak courtesy of the spa bath.

Enjoy dining al fresco from the garden table or take a pew on the garden bench to soak in the sounds of the countryside, whilst spotting the many varieties of bird and wildlife that chose to make this place their home.

Located on the outskirts of the charming village of Pillaton with its traditional village pub and historic church, on the edge of the River Lynher and close to the beautiful Tamar Valley this is a great base for exploring. Add to this the proximity to the Cornwall and Devon border and options for days out are endless.

The Lynher Valley and the Tamar Valley (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) offer miles of walks through wooded valleys and along river banks, or for adventures on the water there are various places to hire kayaks and canoes. Historians will delight at Cotehele (National Trust) with its spectacular gardens and fascinating Tudor Manor House and Pentillie Castle, a 2000 acre estate with breathtaking views across the river Tamar offering garden tours, a summer season of events and the most highly recommended afternoon tea (booking essential). If golf is your game, why not put your handicaps to the test at the championship course at St Mellion or the riverside course at China Fleet Country Club.

No visit to Cornwall is complete without a trip to the coast. At the traditional seaside town of Looe try your hand at shark fishing, shipwreck diving or simply enjoy some good old fish and chips sitting on the Banjo Pier. The long stretch of golden sands at Whitsand Bay beckons you to lounge in the sun or for something a little more exhilarating, there's surfing and coasteering..

Cross the water, heading into Devon to explore the wild and rugged landscape of Dartmoor, or if it's city life that floats your boat call into the maritime city of Plymouth to enjoy the delights of the historic Barbican and Plymouth Hoe and grab a bite to eat in one of the great eateries at the city's trendy Royal William Yard.


Ground Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV. Electric cooker, fridge and dishwasher

Bedroom with king-size double bed (5')

Bathroom with spa bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin


Outside Access to

Outhouse with washing machine and tumble-drier


Please supervise children near the pond and brook.


Features

  • Dogs welcome (1 only)
  • Cot and high chair
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 1 mile
  • Garden furniture and picnic table
  • Full gas-fired CH