Set overlooking the beautiful Poldice Valley, a World Heritage site set deep in Cornwall’s lush countryside, yet only minutes from the village of Chacewater and a short drive to the cathedral city of Truro, the maritime town of Falmouth and the rugged surf beaches of the north coast. Wheal Daniel Cottage was built in 2011 to a traditional design offering the advantages of contemporary comfortable living. This well-presented, semi-detached cottage, situated adjacent to the owner’s home, has everything you need for a family holiday on the outskirts of this ancient Cornish village. Touring is easy as it’s ideally placed being equidistant between both north and south coasts. The beaches of Portreath and Porthtowan and the coastal village of Devoran are close by and have all you need for the perfect beach holiday.
The Mineral Trail has many cycle, walking and horse riding trails that cross the county from north to south coasts, with bike hire nearby. Tehiddy Country Park is the perfect place for forest walks and a picnic and is easily reached being close to the north coastal town of Portreath, which you can cycle to if you’re feeling energetic.
Falmouth with its marina, harbour, National Maritime Museum and quaint narrow streets and history of smuggling is a short drive and a must for all.
Truro, the county capital, offers theatre, cinema, great restaurants, local shops, museum and gothic cathedral is close to Chacewater and a great day out. A river trip can be taken down the Fal River to Falmouth, Truro and St Mawes.
There are numerous tourist attractions close by and many spectacular beaches along the dramatic north coast which is easily accessible. Golf, surfing, sea fishing, cycling, walking and river trips are all within easy reach of this cosy cottage. Return after a busy day exploring, to the tranquil patio area and relax or dine al fresco watching the local wildlife. Beach 6 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.