Treat yourself and a loved one to a memorable break at this most adorable holiday haven amidst the rural countryside, wonderful coastline and beautiful scenery of the Roseland peninsula. Perfect for cosy winter weekends, lazy summer stays or springtime adventures, Chy Kosel, meaning restful dwelling in Cornish, has been flawlessly designed to ensure you will feel nothing but well and truly rested.
From this idyllic tucked away location in the hamlet of Trevarrick there is a network of country lanes and rural rambles right on your doorstep, glorious gardens at Caerhays and The Lost Gardens of Heligan to explore and only five minutes from the coast with its unspoilt beaches, miles of rolling headlands and charming fishing villages; it really is quite magical.
All on one level, the small but oh so perfectly formed open plan living-room is the hub to your peaceful getaway, where sunny days are best enjoyed with the patio doors flung open and on chilly afternoons there is nothing better than watching a holiday film, all cosy in front of the wood-burner. Budding chefs can put their culinary talents to good use in the modern kitchen using the freshest of Cornish ingredients, all served up on the dining-table or whenever possible enjoyed on the terrace. The bedroom is terribly romantic with an en suite shower-room and French doors leading out to the gravelled garden.
This special corner of the county is such a joy to explore, offering a real getaway from it all feeling yet with so much to explore. The soft sandy beaches and sheltered waters of Caerhays and Gorran are only a five minute drive and the coastal path beckons you to head off to the charming villages of Portloe and Portmellon. The Castle and gardens at Caerhays (seasonal) are quite beautiful and a visit to The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a must, where the cafe and farm shop are as popular as the gardens themselves.
For some good old Cornish hospitality, the village pub in St Ewe will give you a hearty welcome and The Hidden Hut, found along the coastal footpath at Porthcurnick beach, is really making a name for itself. Only accessible by foot it's a great spot for a snack or to indulge at one of their summer Feast evenings. The nearby fishing village of Mevagissey is a delightful jumble of fishermen's cottages, ancient pubs and quaint shops, and the trendy sailing village of St Mawes is the place to be seen, with its 16th Century Castle (English Heritage) and stunning harbour, surrounded by lovely local shops and an excellent choice of places to eat. In the busier seasons, why not take a scenic ferry trip from Mevagissey to Fowey, or St Mawes to Falmouth where there is plenty more to explore!
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV, DVD player and wood-burner. Electric cooker, fridge and dishwasher
Utility-room with washing machine/drier
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6) and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 2 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 3 miles
- Garden furniture
- Full electric CH
The open plan living-room with cosy wood-burner.
The kitchen is well-equipped and has everything you need to rustle up a romantic meal for two.
Open the patio doors and take in the fresh Cornish air.
The relaxing bedroom with en suite shower-room.
Al fresco dining is a must, you are on holiday after all!
The light and airy kitchen.
Chy Kosel is the perfect bolthole.
The pretty dining-area.
Indulge in all your favourite treats!
The sitting-area is light and inviting.
Cosy up with your favourite book.
Come back on a cold day and enjoy the warmth of the wood-burner.
Why not pop open a bottle of something tasty?
Sumptuous bedding for a great night's sleep.
Breakfast in bed anyone?
The en suite shower-room.
Enjoy a long shower after a day out exploring the Cornish coast.
The outdoor area.
The south coast is blessed with soft sandy beaches, perfect for those sunny days.
Why not take a trip to The Lost Gardens of Heligan and visit the Grey Lady?
Explore Caerhays Castle and the stunning spring gardens.
Mevagissey's picturesque harbour.
Portloe is a pretty, protected harbour with picturesque views.