There is nowhere quite like St Agnes when it comes to relaxation and rejuvenation. There is something about the salty air and laid-back pace of life that makes this peninsula a particularly special holiday destination.
Little Stormleigh is on the outskirts of this delightful village, set in an elevated position, just off the road, this quaint cottage is stylish and the perfect retreat for two lucky guests.
Oozing with charm, Little Stormleigh provides modern living in timeless surroundings, and is the perfect choice for a single traveller or couple looking for coastline chic, within walking distance of the village and beach. We love this unique detached cottage with its inviting open plan living space, including a cosy wood-burner for those cooler evenings or out-of-season stays. Snuggle up on the comfy sofa with a good book, take an afternoon nap or watch your favourite movie. The lovely kitchen is perfect for rustling up a quick snack or a tasty feast. Wash the salt off your skin at the end of a day out exploring in the stylish wet-room which is also located on the ground floor
Climb the white wooden stairs to find the double bedroom, beautifully furnished with calm colours alongside sleep inducing quality bedding, so you are sure to have a good night's sleep. Open up the French doors, step down onto the decked balcony and enjoy a morning coffee whilst listening to the bird song. From the deck take the steps down to a secluded garden where you will find a sofa and table. We think this is the perfect spot for an intimate al fresco supper for two.
Little Stormleigh Cottage is a ten-minute walk into the bustling village. St Agnes is becoming one of Cornwall's most sought-after destinations! A holiday in St Agnes is perfect if you're in search of a laid-back escape. With a welcoming and friendly vibe and easily explored on foot from the cottage, the village also has a number of fantastic eateries, cute cafes and coffee shops, bakeries, a delicious deli, and a whole host of restaurants. The Driftwood Spars pub sits above Trevaunance Cove - certainly worth a visit for its famous beers, best enjoyed after a dip in the unbelievably blue waters of the cove.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV and wood-burner. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Wet-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom with double bed (4'6")
Please take care on the low eaves in the bedroom, the step down onto the outside balcony and the oak wooden stairs. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- No pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub .75 miles
- Patio furniture
- Partial electric under-floor heating
The pretty entrance to Little Stormleigh.
We love this unique detached cottage with its inviting open plan living space, including a cosy wood-burner for those cooler evenings or out-of-season stays.
From the deck take the steps down to a secluded garden where you will find a table and sofa. We think this is the perfect spot for an intimate al fresco supper for two.
The gorgeous bedroom.
The kitchen is very well equipped.
The lovely open plan living area.
The lovely sitting area, with a gorgeous wood-burner.
Snuggle up in the egg chair with a good book.
Enjoy a simple lunch perched around the breakfast bar.
Breakfast in bed....
Open up the bedroom doors and walk out onto the decked balcony.
The perfect spot for a pre dinner glass of wine.
The balcony captures the afternoon sun.
Take a nap in the sun.....
Steps lead down from the balcony to the secluded garden.
We think this is the perfect spot for an intimate al fresco supper for two.
The little seating area at the front of the cottage.
The shower-room is located on the ground floor.
The fabulous walk-in shower.
The stairs are wooden and they can get slippery so you may wish to bring along your favourite slippers (or non slip socks) so you don't slip.
Little Stormleigh Cottage is a ten-minute walk into the bustling village. St Agnes is becoming one of Cornwall's most sought-after destinations.
Trevaunce Cove is a fifteen minute stroll away.
Visit The Driftwood Spars and try one of their many local ales.
If you enjoy walking you will be spoilt for choice. You have coastal walks galore on your door step.
The north coast has the most dramatic coast line.