Experience - The Area...
Set in the middle of beautiful unspoilt rolling fields perfectly situated for those who wish to get away from it all, this recently converted detached stone barn was once an old cart barn and is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding peaceful countryside.
Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with an abundance of birds and wildlife, the property is double glazed and centrally heated providing warm and cosy accommodation all year round, just five miles from the mediaeval walled town of Launceston.
There are several village pubs within a short drive, the nearest being the 17th century Eliot Arms at Tregadillett, 4 miles. Launceston, proud to be known as the Gateway to Cornwall has a good selection of shops and is 15 minutes by car, and the nearest beach is at Crackington Haven 30 minutes away. Trethorne Golf Club, Launceston Steam Railway, coarse fishing at the Hidden Valley Discovery Park and the Tamar Otter & Wildlife Centre are all within the immediate vicinity and there is plenty of country walks close by.
Stay - The Accommodation...
Approached from the gated gravel driveway where there is ample parking for a car and trailer, eight shallow steps lead up to the private and sheltered sunny patio with the front door opening directly into a delightful, light and airy living room. Furnished to a high standard and with magnificent countryside views, the ground floor is open-plan with comfortable lounge seating, dining suite, a smartly fitted kitchen and a bathroom W.C. with hand basin and shower over the bath.
There is a sofa bed offering an alternative to the sleeping arrangements. In one corner of the lounge, a carpeted staircase leads up to the attractive bedroom with a double bed tucked under the sloping ceiling and wonderful views over the lawned garden and countryside beyond from two Velux windows.
At the front of the property there is a delightful, paved and flower filled sun terrace and steps leading down to a fenced and gated lawned garden and summerhouse with tranquil views of the surrounding countryside right across to Dartmoor on a clear day. Pets are welcome but dogs will need to be kept under control as the neighbouring fields may sometimes contain livestock.
- Pets are welcome but dogs will need to be kept under control as the neighbouring fields may sometimes contain livestock
- This property welcomes one medium sized dog only