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Cobblers Cottage Nanpean

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Sleeps 4

2 Bedrooms

2 Bathroom

2 Pets

Cobblers Cottage - Facilities

Cobblers Cottage dates from the mid-19th century and is a lovely example of the style found in Cornwall at this time. The cottage has an inviting kitchen, which is well equipped, warm and cosy. The living room has an original fireplace, housing an electric wood burner and has soft furnishings to sink into. There is a delightful room, a snug, where you can relax with your favourite book, whilst upstairs there are two comfortable double bedrooms with views across the village and beyond. The family bathroom has superb tiling in traditional Cornish colours and has both a bath and efficient electric shower over. The garden has been carefully tended and has an array of flowers, shrubs and plants with a wooden bench in a secluded part, with subtle lighting. There is parking for one car across the owner’s driveway and roadside parking is also available.
The village of Nanpean, translated from the Cornish meaning ‘little valley’, is just 4 miles from the town of St Austell and is steeped in history. The historical village port of Charlestown is 7 miles away and has been the setting of many films and the popular series of Poldark, due to it’s originality and authentic tall ships. There is a fascinating Shipwreck Museum here along with pubs and restaurants. The Clay Trails offer wonderful walks and cycling paths and an insight into the once huge industry of clay mining which was a major part of the economy for the area. The scenery is quite stunning here. There is a lovely short walk which begins next to the cottage and takes you down through woodland and on past the football pitch, itself for public use.
The buzzing town of Newquay, famed for its water sport activities, restaurants, bars and beaches is a lively place and sits just 11 miles away. This location is also perfect for exploring the harbour towns and villages to the east, including beautiful Fowey, with its narrow streets and ancient natural harbour. Polperro, famous for smuggling connections in times gone by, is a ‘must visit’, whilst Looe, with its hills looking down to the delightful harbour, is quite beautiful, especially at night when the waterside lighting creates a somewhat magical feel.
Further inland, the unique Eden Project shows a world beneath huge biomes and is an amazing experience. Atmospheric Bodmin Moor offers breathtaking views from its rising tors and mysterious stone structures, whilst the Camel Trail can be enjoyed by hiring a bicycle and travelling part or all of its 18 miles, along stunning scenery, unseen and hidden from busy roads. Beach 7¼ miles.

  • Electricty / Utilities Included
  • Garden / Patio Enclosed
  • Patio / Garden
  • Rural Property
  • TV
  • WiFi / Internet Access
  • Bedding / Towels Included
  • Washing Machine
  • BBQ
  • Local Pub
  • On Site Parking

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