Sleeping 12/14, this former artist’s residence, hidden away in private woodland and garden, is reminiscent of a slower more pensive way of life, offering plenty of space for a big group to be together, or for you to escape on your own.

There are four double bedrooms (two en suite), two twin rooms, and a further three bathrooms. An extra bed or cot can be added to any of the double rooms if required. Bed linen and towels are provided, but guests are asked to bring their own beach towels.

An Aga keeps the family kitchen cosy while an electric hob and oven are provided for more precision cooking. There is also a dishwasher and large larder fridge, and in the utility, a freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a flat screen TV, DVD player and surround sound music system in the lounge, and a wood burning stove should the nights get chilly. The conservatory, which leads off the lounge, opens onto the lawn where there are table and chairs and a barbeque for outdoor meals.

Outside are the gardens, woodland and the fogou to explore. There are well worn paths to follow, many made by badgers, and one, trodden more by humans, which will direct you down through the valley to the local pub, the Wink, or on to the Cove where there is a small café overlooking the harbour beach and the waves rolling in across the Atlantic.

I'm afraid we are only able to accept dogs in Rosemerryn Cottage, not in the main house.


Please contact Rob and Laura to book or for further information


phone: (44) 01736 810530



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