This wonderful property is reverse level to make the most of the space, so this fabulous sitting-room is on the top level above the kitchen/diner with the bedrooms on the lower ground floor.
The Old Sunday School is located on Fore Street which runs through the centre of the village, there is a 20mph speed limit.
The perfect place to catch up with family and friends.
This three level beautifully restored abode is light and bright with oodles of space for everyone.
The beautifully furnished en suite main bedroom has direct access to the patio, ideal for your morning coffee.
Chat with friends around the re-claimed pine table and plan your adventures in Cornwall.
The outside space is the perfect chill out zone with summer-house, pine garden furniture and the all important barbecue.
This light-filled room on the top floor has a wood-burner making this the ideal place for holidays all year round.
The perfect holiday home for families and groups of friends.
A quiet spot for relaxing with a cup of tea and a good book.
Pretty in pink, what a fabulous kitchen.
This fabulous room is a joy.
Get creative in the gorgeous kitchen.
How lovely is the pink Aga?
With so much space, the whole family can cook together.
The convenient WC and wash-basin on the ground floor.
A pink flamingo, of course!
Every room is oh so pretty.
All three bedrooms are on the lower ground floor.
The main bedroom is a delight, with fabulous luxury bed linens and patio doors to the outside space.
The main bedroom has an en suite shower-room.
Bedroom two is beautifully styled.
Divine, the roll-top bath in the en suite to bedroom two is the perfect place to relax.
Bedroom three is very pretty and has a double bed.
The en suite shower-room to bedroom three.
Sit in the sun or a shady spot in the summer-house.
The delightful summer-house.
The summer-house welcomes you.
Afternoon tea anyone?
A holiday, just what everyone needs.
Fancy an early morning swim? Pendower and Carne beach are close by.
Catch the ferry from St.Mawes to Falmouth.
Lots of choice when it comes to dining in St Mawes.
Unspoilt Portscatho is as pretty as a picture.
Peace and tranquility abound on the Roseland peninsula.
Caerhays Castle and gardens.
Shhhh, don't wake her! The Lost Gardens of Heligan.
The pretty fishing village of Mevagissey is well worth a visit.

The Old Sunday School

4790

9 miles NE of St Mawes / Sleeps 6 + cot*

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Beautifully restored The Old Sunday School is a gorgeous holiday home with bags of character and oodles of space for everyone. Situated in the heart of the pretty village of Tregony, known as the gateway to the Roseland, it's the perfect spot for families and friends wishing to explore all this wonderful peninsula offers.

Laid out over three floors the ground floor welcomes you into a bright, light living area with masses of space for everyone. The kitchen is simply gorgeous, marrying tradition such as the Belfast sink and Aga with modern touches. Everything has been thought of for your holiday. The restored pine table with prettily painted chairs is charming and just the place to gather the troops to plan your day ahead. The two pretty armchairs will entice you to sit a while and relax whilst the wood-burning stove will keep the chill off in cooler months.

Upstairs the galleried first floor sitting-room is a great place to kick back and sprawl on the comfy sofas. The wood-burner will keep you toasty in cooler weather and the Velux windows flood the room with natural light.

The bedrooms are all located on the lower ground floor. Bedroom one with a comfy super-king (or twin) bed is a relaxing oasis with cleverly exposed stonework and subtle shades. The en suite shower-room is a great addition and the patio doors invite you to step outside and enjoy the morning fresh air. The second bedroom is as pretty as a picture and has a fabulous roll-top bath in the adjoining en suite. This room also leads directly outside so you can drink your morning coffee there, a great way to start the day. Bedroom three has a double bed and is oh so cute, it also has an en suite shower-room so there'll be no queuing for the shower at The Old Sunday School!

The small but perfectly formed outside space has a pine bench where everyone can gather for a spot of al fresco dining, the all-important barbecue and a sweet summer-house where you can sit in the shade and relax into your holiday. Whatever time of year you choose to stay, you will look forward to returning to The Old Sunday School again and again.

The charming village of Tregony, on the banks of the Fal River, is definitely a place worth exploring for its unusual clock tower and 17th Century almshouses. There is a local shop, ideal for those holiday essentials, and the Kings Arms which has a lovely walled garden for those all-important holiday refreshments. Known as the gateway to the Roseland, Tregony is perfectly placed for exploring the wonders of the area. The Roseland is a dedicated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the most stunning countryside and coastline is virtually on your doorstep. Walkers will delight in discovering secret coves, secluded beaches and crystal-clear waters along the coast path which encompasses the Roseland.

Portscatho is a short car journey away where you will find one of the most unspoilt seaside villages in Cornwall. Seek out the Hidden Hut overlooking Porthcurnick beach where guests sit side by side on wooden benches and enjoy dining on local delights (booking is essential on feast nights).

St Mawes is a bustling picturesque harbour town where you can choose to eat fish and chips on the harbour wall or fine dining, and everything in between. The passenger ferry will take you over the estuary to Falmouth where a great range of eclectic shops await, alongside the Maritime Museum which is definitely a place to see. The area is a gardener's paradise with Caerhays Castle, Trebah Gardens and of course the mighty Eden Project biomes waiting to be discovered. The Lost Gardens of Heligan, only discovered 30 years ago after lying overgrown since World War 1, have been beautifully restored and should definitely be on your 'to do list'.

Wherever your adventures take you, you are assured of a restful and relaxing time at The Old Sunday School.


Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Kitchen/Dining-room with 2 ring gas hob, electric Aga, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher

Cloakroom with WC


Lower Ground Floor

Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier

Bedroom 1 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds, TV and en suite Shower-room with shower, wC and wash-basin

Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 3 with double bed (4'6''), TV and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


First Floor

Sitting-room with Smart TV and wood-burner


Take care, there are beamed ceilings in the sitting-room with very low headroom. The Old Sunday School is next door to the village hall which is used by the community and has the occasional evening function. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Parking on road
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 75 yds
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Oil-fired CH (partial under-floor heating downstairs)