Converted Barn in Idyllic Location on the Roseland Peninsula

Holiday Cottages, Bungalows, Apartments, Self Catering, Portholland

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Converted Barn in Idyllic Location at Portholland

This lovely converted barn is set in a quiet rural location on the Roseland Peninsula, within easy walking distance of Portholland beach

Beautifully furnished, the cottage stands on the hillside above the stunning Portholland Cove. Portholland has two beaches and you can walk between them. At low tide they make one large beach.

Enjoy the silence from the attractive enclosed garden or sit and relax in the beautifully furnished and comfortable open plan living room.

A short walk down the hill and across the stream and you are in this beautiful, unspoilt Cornish cove.

The stunning Cornwall Coast path is nearby from which you can explore hidden sandy bays or walk to Portloe for a crab sandwich lunch before strolling back enjoying spectacular panoramic views from the cliff tops.

This cottage is a perfect base from which to explore the beautiful Roseland Peninsula with its winding maze of lanes with the flower filled hedgerows, attractive villages and the sandy beaches of Carne and Pendower.

The world famous Eden Project is within easy driving distance, as is Charlestown, with its tall ships, used as a filming location for Poldark.

Sleeps 4 2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Dish washer
Washing machine
Towels provided
Linen provided

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Converted Barn in Idyllic Location at Portholland
Converted Barn in Idyllic Location at Portholland

Converted Barn in Idyllic Location on the Roseland Peninsula
St Austell

Beach within walking distance
Cots Provided
Family and children
Laundry Facilities
Linen Provided
Open All Year
Sea views
Wi-fi/Internet Access

Beds to sleep
2 bedrooms - 4 people

Meal availability
Self catering

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