Treat family and friends to a very special holiday at Dannett Stable.
This is such a great house for family and friends to gather.
The spacious farmhouse-style kitchen/dining-room.
The setting is quite special.
Take an evening stroll around the lakes and for the fishermen amongst you don't forget your rods.
With so many different games in the games-room you can almost have a different tournament each evening!
With so much space , everyone can help to prepare holiday meals together.
There will be many a late night sat around the dining-table.
The wood-burner effect electric stove, a welcome sight on chillier nights.
The comfy sitting-room.
Super cosy and really comfortable - you will feel truly at home at Dannett Stable.
At the end of the day spend time reflecting on the day's adventures.
Patio doors lead out from the sitting-room to the garden.
Bedroom 2 is a wonderfully spacious room with a fabulous super-king size bed and an en suite shower-room.
The windows frame the countryside views.
The children will love the twin bedroom (accessed through bedroom 2) and so will the grown ups!
With all that fresh air there won't be any need to count any of these!
Lovely cushions and throws adorn the king-size bed in bedroom 4.
It's a fabulous room with so much space.
and bedroom 5 has its own en suite shower-room.
Pretty pastel shades in bedroom 3 which can be set up as twins or...
a super-king size bed.
Bedroom 1 is on the ground floor, perfect for those who want a little more privacy.
Lovely touches throughout.
The family bathroom has the luxury of a spa bath - so lie back and relax.
These little fellas enjoy bathtime as well!
Just sit out and enjoy the scenery.
Meet Dusty and Silver. such a comical couple.
It's such a special place and a chance to reconnect with nature.
Head off along the woodland walk and stop off along the way for a picnic.
The woodland walk is full of bluebells in the spring.
Steps lead down from the garden to the games-room.
This is one impressive games-room - shall we have a game of table-tennis today?
Don't forget these as there are so many great walks to discover.
There's a really spacious garden and plenty of play equipment to keep younger members entertained.
The traditional fishing town of Looe will tempt you to join a fishing trip, walk the coastal path to Polperro or have a Cornish ice cream.
The historic house and gardens of Cotehele (National Trust) make for a great day out.
The twinned coastal villages of Kingsand and Cawsand are picture perfect.
Head north or south and your choice of fabulous beaches is endless.
The charming fishing village of Polperro.

Dannett Stable

4702

8.8 miles NE of Looe / Sleeps 10 + 2 cots

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7 Nights from £974

Tucked away at the end of a private drive, amidst glorious rolling farmland, yet close to the clifftop walks, sheltered coves and fishing villages along the south coast, this fabulous barn conversion is the perfect 'escape to the country' for family holidays, special occasion celebrations or a group of friends simply looking for an excuse to get together. With oodles of space both inside and out, a large garden, sunny patio, games-room, woodland walks and fishing lakes thrown into the mix, Dannett Stable is a very special place where happy holiday memories will be made.

All created with much care by the lovely owners, who farm sheep and cattle, and live next door along with their son and his family not to mention some free-range chickens and guineafowl, the most comical of birds who might make an appearance in the garden.

Remarkably spacious, with beautiful and comfortable home-from-home interiors, everyone can help prepare holiday meals in the huge farmhouse kitchen all served up at the dining-table where you are sure to linger for many an hour, reflecting on the current day's adventures and planning the next day's instalment. The equally large sitting-room has French doors leading out to the sunny patio where you might choose to fire up the barbecue on balmy evenings.

One bedroom with its own cloakroom is on the ground floor and the further four bedrooms - two with en suite facilities - are on the first floor with the twin room accessed through the super-king bedroom, making it ideal for parents with younger children. Last but by no means least is the family bathroom complete with spa bath, so lock the door, turn the tap, add some bubbles and chill!

Outside the magic continues. Grown ups can relax in the garden soaking up those countryside views whilst the children burn up some energy enjoying ball games on the lawn or practicing their knee drops on the trampoline, popping over every now and then to say hello to Dusty the donkey and Silver the Shetland pony - the cutest of couples. If the weather turns a little chilly or for those with a competitive edge, the games-room will keep you entertained for hours, there's pool, table-football, snooker, darts or table-tennis in fact with so much choice you can have a mini Olympiad during your stay.

If you are the sort who likes to brag about 'the one that got away', fill a flask and head down to the fishing ponds stocked with brown trout, carp and tench. This is also a lovely spot to enjoy the peace and quiet with a good book or for an evening stroll, and for the best adventures the woodland walk is quite special. Amuse toddlers by 'going on a bear hunt' whilst older children put their camp-building skills to good use or gather up the whole gang, pack a picnic and head down to the little clearing in the wood and get closer to nature as you spot the wildlife who make this beautiful spot their home.

With so much to do you could ditch the car for the week and spend your whole holiday at Dannett Stable and who can blame you, but if you are up for a day out this is also a great base for exploring. Spend time wandering around the traditional harbourside town of Looe where you can browse around the shops and galleries, join a fishing trip, indulge in some good old fish and chips or hop over to Looe Island to discover rare plant and wildlife. The pretty fishing village of Polperro, a favourite with artists, offers a more olde worlde charm, and a little further down the coast is the exclusive waterfront town of Fowey. A day at Mount Edgcumbe Park with its Tudor house, beautiful gardens, miles of walks and artisan workshops will be a delight and the National Trust houses and gardens at Cotehele and Lanhydrock are equally charming. If you want to spend a day on the beach head to nearby Seaton and Downderry and for some city culture take a trip over the river Tamar to the historic maritime city of Plymouth to see where the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for America and Sir Francis Drake played that infamous game of bowls.


Ground Floor

Hall

Kitchen/Dining-room with electric range cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and TV

Sitting-room with Smart TV and wood-burner effect electric stove

Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6''), TV and en suite Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin


First Floor

Bedroom 2 with super-king double bed (6') with Smart TV, DVD player and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 3 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds and TV

Bedroom 4 with king-size double bed (5'), Smart TV/DVD player and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 5 with twin beds (3') (accessed from Bedroom 2)

Bathroom with whirlpool bath, WC and wash-basin


Outside Access to

Games-room with pool table, table-tennis, darts and table-football


Please supervise children near the ponds.


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Full cot, travel cot, 2 high chairs and 2 stair-gates
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 5 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 5 miles
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Full oil-fired CH