Little Park basking in the sunshine ready to give you a warm welcome.
The open plan living-room is a fantastic room for you all to gather.
There's also a drawing-room.
The main bedroom is quite stunning.
The floor to ceiling windows really let the light flood in
It won't be a chore having to prepare your holiday meals in this lovely kitchen.
When you want to grab a quick snack, pull up a pew at the breakfast-bar.
This is a great room where you are sure to have many wonderful holiday moments.
Snuggle up on the sofa and plan your next day's adventure.
Light up that wood-burning stove and enjoy a family film together.
Curl up and relax.
Lovely details throughout
Steps lead up from the dining-area to the little snug.
Take a seat and take time out with a good book.
Your four-legged friends are most welcome.
The drawing-room is a lovely homely room.
The attention to detail throughout is quite something.
The drawing-room with its impressive inglenook fireplace, home to yet another wood-burning stove.
The stairs lead off from the drawing-room.
The stairwell is a wonderful picture gallery.
Up on the landing, another perch to perch.
The main bedroom is totally decadent and quite simply stunning.
Lovely linens, velvet cushions and a sumptuous throw adorn the bed.
Plenty of storage for your holiday wardrobe.
Mirror mirror on the wall...
Bedrooms 2's en suite bathroom.
It's okay this one won't bite!
Bedroom 3 is utterly delightful.
Take a pew on the sofa.
A little desk in bedroom 3 if you want to catch up on some studying or work or simply write up your journal of your adventures at Little Park.
Bedroom 3 has an en suite shower-room.
The bedroom on the ground floor.
When not in use the day bed is set up as a sofa, perfect to snuggle up next to yet another wood-burning stove (if children are staying in this room - matches, logs etc can be removed).
Another spot to enjoy meals al fresco style.
Come in , step inside, you will not be disappointed.
The pretty cottage garden.
The sheltered decking area - a place to enjoy meals in the great outdoors sheltered from the sun.
From the decking area you can watch those soaking up the sun in the hot tub.
Head north or south and the choice of great beaches is endless.
The best way to discover the Tamar Valley is on the water.
The pretty seaside town of Looe offers traditional seaside fun, the chance to join a fishing trip or perhaps take a trip over to Looe Island, a natural wildlife habitat.
Make sure you take a trip out to the historic house and gardens at Cotehele (National Trust).

Little Park


4.7 miles S of Launceston / Sleeps 7 + cot*

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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.

Nearest pub

The Springer Spaniel (¼ mile)

A popular Cornish pub offering a menu created from local season produce. There's outdoor seating for warmer months and a real fire to keep you warm in winter. Dogs and their humans are made very welcome.

Nearest beach

Beak's Horn Beach (15 miles)

Take the cliff path past Britain Cove and then a winding steep path to Eglarooze Beach. From there you will need to scramble over the rocks to reach the two coves of Beak's Horn Beach but take great care not to get cut off by the tide. The beach is rocky with some sand at low tide.

Nearest walk

Milton Abbot to Launceston Walk (3 ¾ miles)

This walk is a nine and a half mile section (5) of the Tamar Valley Discovery Trail which starts from the Milton Abbot village post office and takes you through valleys and over hills with stunning views of Bodmin Moor. Follow the directions on the Web site but remember to arrange return transport unless you are planning to walk back.

Nearest town

Launceston (4 ¾ miles)

Launceston is almost entirely contained within its ancient original walls and has some unique architecture, including the imposing castle ruins that peer over the town.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

June 2011

Launceston is an upbeat town with a fascinating history and good range of shops. I recommend the castle, if you don't mind heights!

Also nearby

Lakeside Gallery (½ mile)

Take a peek at the Tolkien Collection - 70 paintings and drawings commissioned by the original publishers of Tolkien’s books.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Jo Rider May 2012

A must for Tolkien fans

Amazing pictures from the Lord of the Rings.

The Barn Climbing Centre (2 ¼ miles)

An indoor climbing wall with bouldering and leading, plus a fully- equipped climbing gear shop. Taster sessions with qualified instructors available.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

June 2012

Good rainy day fun

The best climbing wall in the SouthWest. There is also a giant boulder for free climbing. Great for children and adults alike - and they make good coffee too!

Endsleigh Hotel and Gardens (3 miles)

Dine on exquisite traditional English food in the former home of the Duke of Bedford. The gardens are open to the public.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Jo Rider May 2012

Expensive but worth it!

Wonderful setting, beautiful house. It's expensive luxury for dinner but afternoon tea is well worth it. Be sure to book ahead.

Launceston Steam Railway (4 ¾ miles)

Straight out of Thomas the Tank Engine, this is a fun-filled excursion whatever the weather. Learn about the little locomotives, or just sit back and enjoy ride.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Mrs Jewell September 2015

A quirky little train journey! We were glamping at Western Meadows (near New Mill Farm Park) and caught the quaint little steam train from the Farm Park into the town of Launceston for a look around. The children loved the 2 mile journey through countryside, it really did feel like we were stepping back in time.

Cotehele (7 ¼ miles)

A medieval house in amazing condition, with fabulous collections of armour, textiles and furniture from the period. The estate is open daily from dawn to dusk throughout the year, dogs are welcome in the grounds and there's miles of woodland paths and countryside to explore.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Rated 5 out of 5 stars

May 2013


This is one of the most beautiful houses in UK. Well worth a visit.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

June 2012

Stoic British carried on in AWFUL weather!

Wonderful House, Gardens, grounds and shops..AWFUL half term weather, but we braved it all! NB the house has NO electric lights so visibility in the house is limited on dull days!. Mill lovely and the walk down from the house through the gardens and past the chapel to the quay side and then the mill was lovely....a little slippery in places as it a little steep in parts and was SO wet..but we all remained upright! Lovely Cornish ice creams at the Quay and great bread flour can be bought at the mill shop. Hurrah for the VERY helpful and lovely mini bus driver who can ferry any less able bodies around the 3 sites...

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

April 2009

Cotehele is a beautiful National Trust property - I recommend walking the wider estate, including the folly behind the property which gives you a bird's eye view for miles! The walk down through the quay to the mill is stunning, and the waterwheel and mill race is currently being renovated, which is an interesting project. You can even buy flour that has been milled on site.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

January 2009


A medieval gem with a magical garden sloping down to the Tamar. Plenty of walks on the Estate. Highly recommended are the scones at the restaurant on Cotehele Quay - just the thing at the end of a stroll along the river.

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