Mews Cottage is one of three holiday cottages on the historic Bonython Estate
Less than five miles from Helston on the beautiful Lizard Peninsula.
Mews Cottage has been renovated to a 5-star standard, beautifully furnished, set within its own private courtyard.
The layout of the property has been designed with great thought and style.
Ground floor: King-size bedroom with 6' zip-and-link bed (can be converted to two 3' singles on request) and en-suite shower room.
Entrance dining hall with wood burning stove, leading to kitchen through to sitting room with wood burning stove.
Stairs to first floor double bedroom with 5' bed and en-suite shower room, separate WC and wash hand basin.
Twin bedroom with 3' beds. Bathroom with shower over bath, separate WC.
Guests are welcome to explore Bonython Estate Gardens which extend to 20 acres with a recently renovated walled garden, potager and a hidden valley with three small lakes. The gardens are rated as one of 'The Great Gardens of Cornwall' and given a star in the 'Good Garden Guide'. Bonython Estate is a traditional, mixed agricultural Cornish estate with ancient manor, farm and woodland stretching almost from one side of the Peninsula (the Helford River) to the other (the beach at Poldhu Cove) with both shores just over a mile away.
Sleeps six guests in three bedrooms
Ground floor bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Two further first floor bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room. Separate first floor bathroom.
Two wood burning stoves and electric panel heaters.
Private gravel and lawn courtyard to the front.
Minimum stay of 3 nights.
Within easy reach of a beach.
Garden furniture and barbecue.
Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer.
TV, DVD and CD player.
Travel cot and highchair available on request. No stairgate provided.
Bonython Estate is ideally situated for exploring the beautiful coves and coastal paths of the Lizard peninsula. There are many small towns, villages and wonderful beaches nearby including Kynance Cove and Kennack Sands and numerous fishing villages such as Coverack, Cadgwith and Mullion, famous for Cornish crab and lobsters!
Other attractions include the lighthouse station on Lizard Point (true southernmost tip of the British Isles) and Goonhilly's Earthstation, with the largest satellite dishes in the Northern Hemisphere.
Minimum 3 night stay from £376