Welcome to The Cottage, a gorgeous traditional Cornish cottage in an idyllic rural setting.
Contemporary furnishings marry seamlessly with traditional features here.
The sleek kitchen has all you need to create a culinary delight.
The bedrooms are beautifully furnished with comfort in mind.
The perfect spot for al fresco dining in the Cornish sunshine.
The bench on the front courtyard is the ideal place for morning coffee.
The sitting/dining-room is beautifully furnished.
The warming wood-burner makes this the ideal place for a getaway all year round.
After a busy day out exploring, relax and watch a movie on the Smart TV.
The sitting/dining-room has plenty of space.
Gather everyone around the farmhouse table for some holiday fun.
The turning staircase leads from the sitting/dining-room.
Light floods into the gorgeous kitchen from the Velux windows. There are two steps into the kitchen.
Perch on a breakfast stool and chat with the chef.
Enjoy the freshest of local produce from farm shops including Curgurrell, a short drive away.
The family bathroom is on the ground floor and has a bath with rainfall shower over so you can choose between a refreshing shower or a long soak.
The bathroom has all you need.
As is usual in traditional Cornish cottages, the stairs are steep and narrow, please take care.  An additional newel post is being added and glass balustrade which are not in place in this image.
The dreamy double bedroom has pretty linens and characterful beams.
Oh so pretty!
Sweet dreams are assured in the pretty double room.
The twin bedded room is perfect for either adults or children.
Pretty touches.
The Cottage looks out over a quiet country lane and catches the morning sun.
Welcome to your holiday at The Cottage.
Perhaps the perfect spot for a quiet holiday read?
Listen to birdsong and enjoy your gorgeous surroundings.
Take a flight of steps from the kitchen at the rear and a fabulous patio awaits
Al fresco dining from dawn until dusk.
Holiday treats!
The gorgeous terrace has two sitting areas and leads onto the grassed lawn where the children and family dog can let off steam.
The lawn area above the patio.
The lovely outlook from the kitchen window.
Pendower beach and the coastal footpath are 5 minutes away.
The Roseland peninsula is a beautiful place to explore. This is the church at St Just in Roseland, simply beautiful!
The Hidden Hut sits overlooking Porthcurnick beah.
One of many stunning beaches on the Roseland, this is Towan beach.
Explore further afield and take the King Harry Ferry over the Helford river.
The Roseland has a myriad of coves and inlets just waiting to be discovered.
Take a  hike along the coast path for the most mesmerising views.
Take the passenger ferry from the harbourside at St Mawes for a day in the maritime town of Falmouth.
The pretty harbourside village of Portloe is a short drive away.
Porthcurnick Beach

The Cottage

5101 - New

2.3 miles N of Portscatho / Sleeps 4 (no children under 5)

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7 Nights from £550

Welcome to The Cottage, a gorgeous traditional Cornish abode nestled in the pretty hamlet of Treworthal and perfectly situated close to Pendower beach and the charming fishing village of Portscatho on the stunning Roseland peninsula. Surrounded by idyllic countryside, The Cottage has been lovingly restored and beautifully furnished to offer the very best of Cornish living. Contemporary furnishings marry seamlessly with traditional features and The Cottage has been crafted with comfort and relaxation in mind.

A country lane leads past the front of The Cottage so you can sit with your morning coffee soaking up the sun's rays and enjoy the quiet pace of life with the odd car or tractor sauntering past. Enter through the front door and the sitting/dining-room awaits, beautifully furnished with style and flair. Traditional slate flooring and exposed beams sit perfectly with the soft furnishings and the wood-burner will keep you cosy throughout the year. Chill out on the comfy sofas and watch a movie on the Smart TV, the ideal way to relax after a busy beach day. The farmhouse dining-table sits opposite the sitting-area where you can gather everyone together for a holiday meal or perhaps a board game or two! From the living area two steps lead into the well-designed kitchen, with breakfast-bar and stools to perch on. Light floods into this room thanks to the Velux window and kitchen window which overlooks the rear patio and garden. The family bathroom can be found on the ground floor, with a bath and shower over.

The turning staircase is typical of a traditional Cornish cottage, and it is steep and narrow (please do take care). On the first floor two bedrooms await, a pretty double room and a twin room, perfect for either adults or children. Both rooms have super comfy beds and luxury linens for a great night's sleep.

Step outside through the kitchen door where you will find a delightful patio up a flight of steps and a gently sloping lawn which backs onto open countryside. From early morning breakfast to dinner under the stars, al fresco dining is the perfect holiday pastime in this sheltered location. The Cottage is simply charming and has all the ingredients for the perfect Cornish getaway.

The Roseland peninsula is one of Cornwall's best kept secrets. With miles of stunning coastline, sheltered coves, sandy beaches and charming fishing villages, you will be utterly enchanted here. The Cottage sits in the peaceful hamlet of Treworthal, surrounded by countryside and just a short drive to the stunning beaches of Pendower and Porthcurnick. Take the footpath from the village and stroll to The Roseland Inn at Philleigh, a cosy pub with pretty gardens. A short journey away the lovely harbourside village of Portscatho has everything you need for a great day out, including stunning beaches and a good selection of eateries. Visit Tatams for the best freshly brewed coffee overlooking the water, or Tavola an Italian bar and takeaway. Along the coast path The Hidden Hut sits overlooking Porthcurnick beach where you sit side by side on wooden benches and enjoy the freshest of Cornish food.

Paddle boarders and kayakers should head to St Mawes to explore the sheltered harbour and many coves and inlets of the Carrick Roads. Take the seasonal passenger ferry over the water to the maritime town of Falmouth with a great selection of eclectic shops and a renowned museum. History buffs should head up the headland to St Mawes Castle, a preserved Henry VIII artillery fortress with the most splendid views. Foodies will love the many options in St Mawes where you can choose fish and chips from the paper on the seawall overlooking the harbour, to fine dining and everything in-between.

Walkers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing where to trek, with miles of stunning coastline and countryside footpaths the options are endless.


Ground Floor

Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV, Bluetooth speaker and wood-burner

2 steps to Kitchen with induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, washing machine/drier and dishwasher

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin


First Floor

Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6")

Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')


Please note, there are three steps from the road up to the front garden and several steps up to the back garden. Take care as the cottage stairs are steep and there is limited headroom.


Features

  • Dogs welcome (1 only)
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub .75 miles
  • Garden furniture
  • Full electric CH (partial under-floor)