Located in the middle of a well-maintained farm and just a short stroll from the village of Menheniot, this charming roundhouse is a perfect base for guests looking to explore Cornwall’s south coast.
This unique property is a stone-built roundhouse on a farm near Menheniot, 9 miles north of Looe in southeast Cornwall. You'll be wowed by the living space and you'll love the setting – rural peace, the interest of a working farm around you, and access to both the delightful South Cornish coast for coastal walks, visits to pretty villages and classic Cornish beach days, and wild Bodmin Moor for walking and horse-riding.
You'll love the original features, recalling its original agricultural use, and there's such a feeling of space and relaxation within the strong stone walls. Substantial roof beams support the radial pitch roof and the same bright natural wood is used throughout. Walls are a mix of plaster and pleasingly textured stonework. The relaxing bedrooms have homely touches and cheerful colour accents. Outside, there is a seating area ideal for morning coffee - or for an al fresco lunch, you are welcome to use the enclosed garden of the main house, shared with the owners.
Locally the lanes are quiet; you can stroll a mile into Menheniot where there are shops and a pub. For great days out with beach, pubs and restaurants, and speciality shops with excellent local produce and crafts, visit Looe on the south coast – wander past fishing boats at the quay to choose fresh fish from the fishmonger, or try your luck with a mackerel fishing trip. On Bodmin Moor, visit Brown Willy, Rough Tor, or Golitha Falls, and dine at famous Jamaica Inn in Bolventor, 15 miles away.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.