This rural Cornish cottage dates to 1750, having all the charm of a property of its age with some height restrictions and steps from room to room, nestling in the quiet hamlet of Tremail, on the edge of moorland and within a short distance of the North Cornwall Coast, "The Cottage" exudes charm and character, but with a fully modernised kitchen, making this the ideal, peaceful retreat. Enjoy exploring the many spectacular moorland and coastal walks in the area or visit the picturesque harbours or beautiful beaches, then come home and relax in the cosy sitting room or take advantage of the secluded outside space, to have pre-dinner drinks in the late evening sun, before eating Al-fresco.
Tremail is on the edge of Bodmin moor, famous for Daphne Du Maurier's iconic book "Jamaica Inn". Bodmin Moor has lots to offer with numerous walks, Cornwall's largest tors, lakes, and a war museum. Murmuration of starlings is a sight to behold if you are lucky enough to be visiting when this happens. The popular harbours of Boscastle and Port Isaac are within easy reach, with the vast beach at Trebarwith about ten minutes' drive. Both Tintagel Castle and Tintagel brewery are well worth a visit. Camelford is just 3 miles away for your everyday needs and the larger towns of Launceston 13.8 and Wadebridge 15.5 miles. Further afield there are other attractions within easy reach - the famous harbour at Padstow is forty minutes with The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project, just under an hour.
Tremail lies in an area that has some of the darkest night time skies in the UK. It's an ideal place to observe, with wonder, the amazing night sky in the paved garden at the rear of The Cottage, so bring binoculars or a telescope.