Characterful Little Cottage, dating back to 1850, is set back from the road with a private garden in a traditional Cornish terrace. Inside are slate and wooden floors, a modern bathroom and kitchen with washing machine, fridge and electric oven with hob.
The lounge/diner is a space to eat, feel totally relaxed and share a glass of wine by the sound of a crackling fire (complimentary basket of logs provided). There is a three seater sofa, TV and dining table with chairs.
Upstairs is a light and peaceful double bedroom with kingsize bed and space to stow away luggage and clothes. The bathroom has a bath (with electric power shower) perfect to soak in after a day walking or surfing.
Dotted around the interior are beautiful shells, pretty pebbles and driftwood to make you feel connected to the outdoors. On arrival you will welcomed by a small Little Cottage care package of tasty local treats from the St Agnes area. Complimentary tea and coffee, also pantry essentials, like muesli and pasta are provided for your stay.
Lovely little place near a brilliant coastal walk around St Agnes heritage coastline. People with cars will benefit if wanting to travel around Cornwall as its in a lovely quaint area. Cosy cottage which was lovely with the fire on and Sarah is great with communication if you are unsure of anything!
Little Cottage is walking distance from the stunning coastline and the surf beach at Trevaunance Cove (20 mins). The quaint boutique shops, restaurants and pubs of St Agnes are even closer.
Saint Agnes sits in both a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and World Heritage Site. With a thriving local community, independent shops, world class pubs and restaurants. The South West Coastal Path is famous for spectacular coastline walks and Cornish engine houses, featured in Poldark.
Surfboard hire, surf lessons, SUP’s and Kayak, can all be arranged at the local beach (20 minute walk/5 minute drive).
The Driftwood Spars, located in the cove, is an amazing pub with three cosy bars and award winning ales and ciders.