Lower Trevivian Cottage forms the wing of a Grade ll listed, traditional farmstead, set amongst stunning sprawling grounds, overlooking unspoilt countryside, on the northern edge of Bodmin Moor. The open plan living space has a woodburner as its focal point, perfect to cosy up next to after a day exploring the rugged and wild scenery. The rooms are spacious, light, and airy and are all furnished to a high standard and finish. With local Delabole slate floors, and granite and stone architectural features, the property is packed full with charm and character.
Lower Trevivian Cottage is set within a beautiful, tranquil, and untouched area of Cornwall, with natural earthy elements, in the parish of St Clether. Just a couple miles from the property, you will find the 15th Century St Clederus Church and Holy Well, which is steeped in history. From here, if walking is your passion, there is a six-mile circular walk from St Clether, calling by the Rising Sun pub, which serves local ales, ciders and homecooked meals. There is a delightful farm shop, four miles away at Slaughterbridge, which sells local produce and serves light homecooked meals. Trebarwith Strand beach is nine miles away, for beach adventures, Davidstow Moor for wild walking is just three miles, or if you wish to venture further afield visit the old market town of Launceston where there is a famous castle and all the main supermarkets, smaller specialist shops, eateries, with lots to do and see.