Within walking distance from the centre of the popular harbour town of Padstow. The property commands a peaceful position at the end of a long farm track, creating a delightful environment for children and animals, free from passing traffic. Padstow has long been regarded as Cornwall's capital of ‘food’, with celebrity chef Rick Stein taking residence within the attractive town. This historic harbour town boasts a wealth of galleries along its winding streets as well as some of Cornwall's finest cafes, tea rooms and restaurants. A short drive away are some of the finest beaches and secluded coves along this coast that are aptly referred to as the ‘seven bays for seven days’.
Approached by a long drive your cottage awaits. Enter into the lounge/kitchen/diner, styled traditionally with original exposed beams and tastefully furnished capturing the character one would expect of a traditional Cornish cottage. The lounge area is a perfect place to relax after a day's adventures, or for those winter breaks cosy up around the wood burner whilst taking in your favourite programmes on the TV. The kitchen area is fully-equipped and provides all the essentials one would expect for your holiday cooking requirements, comprising of electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and washer/dryer. Off from the lounge/kitchen/diner are two double bedrooms, both styled with a traditional cottage theme that runs throughout the property. The bathroom is located on the ground floor and has a shower over bath and WC. From the lounge/kitchen/diner a beautiful pine staircase leads to bedroom number three, a splendid twin room in the attic with an apex ceiling and velux window capturing estuary views, the perfect den for adults and children alike.
Heading outside the property benefits from a patio area with garden furniture overlooking the ornate pond, with living wildlife full of insects, frogs and newts at certain times of the year and an enclosed garden laid to lawn again with garden furniture.