Charming barn conversions found in one of Cornwall's most attractive areas. An ideal base for a relaxing holiday, you are on the edge of the owner’s 100-acre sheep and arable farm.
Just 4 miles from Fowey lies Little Carminowe, one of two charming barn conversions on the edge of a 100-acre farm estate. With breathtaking views from the doorstep and an array of beaches, coves, and fishing villages nearby, it's no surprise that the surrounding area is regarded as one of Cornwall's most attractive areas. Here you'll wake up to the gentle bleating of sheep, and by night you can explore the many walking routes from the property, ending in a local family pub for a hearty meal.
Inside, the studio-style annexe feels quaint and snug, giving a real home away from home ambience. Its decor subtly nods to the countryside surroundings, with warming tones of deep reds and browns scattered throughout the otherwise modest, bright and crisp style. In the cooler months and the depths of winter, underfloor heating will keep your toes (and the rest of you) toasty while you curl up in an armchair, perhaps with the latest bestseller or just chatting about the next day's activities.
For the adventurous, head to the Lanhydrock mountain bike trails (7.5 miles from the property) and explore Bodmin Moor's rugged countryside. For more leisurely days, explore the many National Trust properties and gardens, or visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan (13 miles). The fishing villages of Fowey (5.5 miles), Looe and Polperro (both 19 miles) are also must-sees during your stay, with an abundance of waterside amenities from beaches and watersports, to restaurants with a sea view.