Immerse yourself in rural bliss with a tranquil stay at The Old Stables, an immaculate countryside retreat. Nestled in the pretty Cornish village of Mawgan, there's lots of adventures to be had from your doorstep. Or you could simply sit back and unwind in your Cornish hideaway. We can't say we'd blame you…
Step inside to discover the spacious and light open plan living and dining areas; large squishy sofas are calling out for you to fall into them and the stylish dining-area is perfect for long suppers by candlelight and enjoying each other's company. The fabulous kitchen is beautifully equipped with of course a Nespresso machine - for your morning coffee - and classic Le Creuset cookware. Open the door out to the south-facing courtyard and large lawn - enjoy long lunches in the Cornish sunshine in this rural retreat.
Head upstairs to discover the three gorgeous bedrooms. The principal bedroom has a fabulous super-king bed with an en suite shower-room and charming views of the church. The sweet twin bedroom is perfect for children and adults alike, while the spacious king-size room is wonderfully spacious and beautifully furnished. There's also a family bathroom on this floor, with a lovely bath for a luxurious soak at the end of the day.
The utmost care has been taken in creating this gorgeous space with luxurious touches throughout; there is a utility space in the entrance hall with a farmhouse drying rack, which is handy for soggy socks after a day walking the coast path. There is also a cloakroom on the ground floor.
Outside, the courtyard and garden are lovely spots to enjoy the sunshine with a good book and your favourite tipple in hand. The Old Stable's friendly neighbours include the cows who live on site and two other holiday lets The Old Granary (4944) and Church View (4943) (which makes a great choice for an eco-friendly holiday as it has air source heat pumps and solar panels).
Set in a rural idyll on a working cattle farm in the village of Mawgan, this is a delightful place for your Cornwall holiday. The cows enjoy grazing on the farmland in the summer and are in the sheds behind the barns in the winter months, and you might hear a gentle lowing from time to time. Mawgan has a fabulous pub nearby, The Ship, which is a great spot for a delicious meal and drinks and don't forget Gear Farm pasties, which are a must, and also try Gwella Dairy ice-cream too - there's so much local produce to choose from. The village shop is just a short stroll away, and if you fancy heading out for a walk, the pretty banks of the Helford and Tremayne Quay are nearby.
If you're looking to explore more of Cornwall, you're certainly in a great location to do so! The popular village of Porthleven is nearby with a fantastic selection of coffee shops and eateries and beautiful Mullion Cove is well worth a visit during your stay. A little further afield, you will find the cheerful town of Falmouth with its wonderful restaurants, pretty golden sand beaches and laid-back atmosphere. There's plenty to see and do on your holiday in Cornwall, whether you're searching for a relaxing escape to the countryside or are planning a week jam-packed with activities.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV and Bluetooth speaker. Induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Utility-area with washing machine and wash-basin
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with super-king double bed (6') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed (5')
Bathroom with bath, shower attachment, WC and wash-basin
Please note, there are two steps from the parking area to the property. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Sunday
- Carport for 2 cars and private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Garden furniture
- Air source heat pump (under-floor)
Welcome to The Old Stables.
The modern kitchen has everything you might possibly need.
Sink into the large sofas to enjoy a classic film or perhaps with a good book.
The luxurious principal bedroom oozes comfort with a fabulous super-king bed.
The Old Stables has a south-facing garden and a large patio.
Take a pew at the breakfast-bar with a cocktail in hand perhaps.
A contemporary kitchen in a classic property.
Pull up a chair and enjoy long meals around the table, planning your next day's adventure. The house also has charming art work by Amanda Hunt paying tribute to the cows.
The Nespresso coffee machine will ensure you will enjoy your morning brew.
The light and bright sitting-area is charming but when you draw the hand-made linen curtains you will feel super snug.
Kick back and relax, you are on holiday after all.
What delicious cocktail will you make at the drinks station?
Open the door to the south-facing patio and garden.
Stunning hand-carved stairs lead to the three bedrooms and family bathroom.
The principal bedroom has an en suite shower-room and views over the church and rolling countryside beyond.
Sink into sumptuous linens.
What a gorgeous property.
The en suite shower-room.
Rinse off your salty locks in the en suite shower-room.
Calming tones for a restful slumber can be found in this bedroom (Bedroom 3).
No detail has gone amiss at The Old Stables.
Rolling countryside views from the main bedroom.
The twin bedroom is just lovely (Bedroom 2).
Breakfast in bed, what a treat.
The fabulous family bathroom.
Warm afternoons are best spent relaxing in the garden.
Spend magical nights under starry skies.
The Old Granary shares this location with two other holiday lets and cattle that are housed in the sheds in winter.
Welcome to The Old Stables - which has a handy carport for two cars. The barns house the cows in the winter months, you might hear the occasional lowing.
Two steps lead you to The Old Stables from the carport and drive.
Porthleven is a fabulous village with lots to see and do.
Gillan Cove is one of many pretty coves along the Helford.
Coverack is a charming village with a pretty harbour.
Iconic Kynance Cove is simply stunning and worth a visit at any time of year.
Explore the banks of the Helford.