The fire-pit is perfect for al fresco cooking!
Step inside and admire the truly tranquil interior. A soft palette of pastel tones and local artwork fill this little haven.
The definition of a small space with a soul.
Say hello to Teg, our pretty hut with an abundance of charm.
The double bed is just the spot to rest your head after a busy day of exploring the local area.
The kitchen is perfectly equipped for your glamping getaway.
Beautiful details and features run throughout this hideaway.
The shower-room is perfect for freshening up.
The view from the kitchen window oozes countryside charm and you can even see the sea on a clear day.
Wildflowers and orchard trees are planted all around the hut giving it that back-to-nature feel.
So much space for you and your beloved pooch to relax and unwind.
Take some time out, you deserve it.
Soak up the Cornish sunshine with a G & T in hand.
Such a gorgeous set-up.
Brew yourself a cup of Cornish tea and have an afternoon of reading your favourite book in the stunning garden.
Teg... simply a dream!
You'll find your private car parking spaces is just in front of the gate. There is enough room for two cars.
At the final stage of your journey, you take this pretty country lane to reach Teg.
Porthleven is a truly special harbour town, with lots of independent shops and eateries waiting to be explored.
The Ship Inn Porthleven, has to be one of our favourite pubs in Cornwall!
Cadgwith Cove isn't far away and is lovely to wander around.
The tranquil waters of the Helford are just too good to miss. A popular area for walkers and wild swimmers!
Falmouth makes for a lovely day out.
For wildlife lovers, head to Godrevy and walk up to Mutton Cove to see the seals.
St Michael's Mount is less than half an hour away and is one of the most iconic landmarks across the county.
The fire-pit is perfect for al fresco cooking!

Teg

5034

3.5 miles N of Porthleven / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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From £100 per night

Welcome to Teg, a delightful shepherd's hut with plenty of vibrant charm that overlooks the gorgeous Cornish countryside. This fabulous retreat is dog-friendly and close to the pretty seaside town of Porthleven, making it the perfect place to call home as you explore Cornwall.

Approached via leafy Cornish lanes, you'll find Teg nestled in the corner of a peaceful field, with stunning rural views. The hut's exterior minimalist design and pastel tones wonderfully complement its gorgeous natural surroundings and this continues inside with charming artwork and wooden furnishings giving the space a real sense of home.

A fantastic dining space greets you as you enter, with lovely fabric stools providing the ideal place to enjoy a delicious breakfast. A compact kitchen sits on the right of the hut, equipped with a double-ring electric hob, kettle and a fridge. To the left of the hut, you'll find the incredibly snug double bed with a delightful window above it, allowing the fresh air and crisp morning sunlight to flow into the hut. There is no TV at Teg, but there is a brilliant selection of books to enjoy. There's also a great radio tucked away so you can soundtrack your holiday with some feel-good tunes. A handy shower-room can be found at the end of the hut where you can freshen up after a day out exploring.

Outside, there are plenty of places to relax and enjoy the Cornish air. A picnic table and bench provide brilliant places to delve into your favourite book on a hazy afternoon and in the evenings, unwind on the inviting deck chairs with a glass of something special. Once it comes round to dinner time, the rustic fire-pit and accompanying cooking bowl make al fresco dining easy on those warm summer evenings.

At the other end of the field, you'll find the owner's cottage and they are always happy to help with any issues you may have but will respect your privacy during your stay.

Teg's location in the peaceful Cornish hamlet of Prospidnick means there are plenty of fabulous walks right on your doorstep.

The pretty town of Porthleven is only a 10 minute drive away and is full of independent shops and fantastic places to eat. Pop into the gorgeous Ship Inn for a local pint or head over to The Square for a romantic meal (booking is advisable). Nauti But Ice is a great place to grab your morning coffee and Ced's Bagels is the place to go for lunch.

If you're willing to travel further afield the vibrant town of Falmouth is a must-visit. The Helford passage is also nearby and provides the perfect spot for an evening walk or a tranquil swim. Further south, you'll find much to do on the Lizard Peninsula with Kynance Cove and Cadgwith both excellent places to visit. Head to the north coast and find Godrevy, a perfect spot for surfing while St Ives is also a popular destination due to its lovely galleries and range of places to eat.


Shepherd's Hut

Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner effect electric stove. 2 ring electric hob, kettle, fridge and double bed (4'6")

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


Please note the access lane at the final stage of the journey is a fairly narrow track for about 100 yards and suitable for a medium-sized car. If you have a larger car please contact the office.


Features

  • Dogs welcome (1 only)
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 4 miles
  • Garden furniture
  • 1 oil-filled radiator