|Pets||1 Pet by arrangement|
|Towels||Included (not beach)|
Trehaverock Cottage is a delightfully characterful holiday cottage located on the main route between the famous surfing hub of Polzeath and the home to the Doc Martin TV series and the shanty singing Fisherman’s Friends, Port Isaac on the North Cornwall coast. This charming self catering holiday cottage sleeps 6 guests in 4 cosy bedrooms making it an ideal base for all the family including your pet or a group sharing. Trehaverock Cottage offers comfortable accommodation, including a light filled conservatory area overlooking the mature, enclosed gardens, an atmospheric living area with a separate study area for those who need to check their emails whilst away.
Built in the early 1600’s, Trehaverock Cottage is a much loved family holiday home with plenty of character throughout including beautiful slate floors, low ceiling beams, stone faced and curved walls. The layout downstairs provides plenty of options for everyone with a dining/lounge area in the conservatory, living room, study area, a music room equipped with a piano for those who wish to play a melody and a newly renovated kitchen. Relax in the living area where you can sink into a chair with a book or snuggle up with a favourite film. Open the patio doors from the conservatory out onto the patio for some alfresco dining, a perfect sheltered spot to enjoy the last of the sun on a summers evening. The enclosed gardens are a great space for children to play; kick a ball, play tag or even throw a ball for the dog. The majority of the bedrooms are found on the first floor linked by the hallway; master bedroom, small double and twin bedroom that share a family bathroom, the final double bedroom is found on the upper ground floor next to the shower room which has access to the garden via an outside stairway.
From your doorstep, take a stroll across the field to the family friendly Trevathan Farm Shop and Restaurant for a traditional Cornish cream tea while the children play in the park area. You can even pick up some local groceries here as well as ‘Pick Your Own Strawberries’ in the season which tends to be during the months May – July depending on the weather. Located on the opposite side of the B3314 is St Endellion Church, described by the former Archbishop Rowan Williams as his favourite English Church which also captured Sir John Betjeman’s interest and now remains a huge part of the spiritual community including the St Endellion Music Festivals and Endelienta. With a plethora of incredible beaches within just a short drive away such as; Polzeath, Daymer Bay, Trebarwith Strand, Harlyn and situated within a 10min drive of the renowned haven of Rock on the Camel estuary with its charming foot ferry leading to the culinary jewel that is Padstow. There is plenty close by to keep everyone entertained. For those who seek a trekking challenge, Cornwall is a walker’s paradise with an abundance of trials to follow; one that stands out is the South West Coast Path where you can admire the stunning coastal views whilst tackling the paths and enjoy a picnic on the way. Several outstanding golf courses are near by including the championship courses of Trevose and (just 10 mins away) one of Britain’s most challenging Links Courses, St Enodoc with it’s breathtaking views of the sea. There really is something for everyone here in North Cornwall.
Conservatory dining area
Upper Ground Floor
Bedroom 4: Small Double bedroom (4ft 6)
Shower room with W.C, Basin and access out into the garden via an outside stairway
Bedroom 1: Master bedroom; superking bedroom
Family bathroom with Bath and hand-held shower head, W.C and basin
Bedroom 2: Small Double bedroom (4ft 6)
Bedroom 3: Twin bedroom (3ft)