Having one of the most exceptional and dramatic locations of any holiday home in Cornwall, Farfield also benefits from an enormous garden, direct access to the coastal path with a beach at the foot of the garden! A short walk from a Michelin starred restaurant, the famous Hidden Hut and beautiful Porthcurnick Beach - is there anywhere better? One of our many luxury dog friendly holiday homes.
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What more can one say about the location of Farfield? This outstanding cliff top location offers 180 degree sea views from Nare Head and Gull Rock right across Gerrans Bay. The grounds are extensive and benefit from the views from most parts. There is access to the coastal footpath and beach across one small field at the bottom of the garden. The house itself has spacious living rooms, a large kitchen and bedrooms over first and second floors, all of which benefit from the amazing views. Both double bedrooms on the first floor have balconies - the perfect place to sit in the morning over a coffee and take in the beauty of this place. The house is private, relatively secluded, with only a couple of neighbouring properties in this exclusive part of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula.
Farfield is situated in Rosevine which is just a 5 minute drive from nearby Portscatho or about 10 minutes to St Mawes. Just a short walk along the lane can be found the Michelin starred restaurant at Driftwood where you can sample the excellent cuisine of chef Chris Eden. There is also The Rosevine with its relaxed bistro style food and wonderful views. The Rosevine also has a swimming pool which is ideal to keep the kids entertained on rainy days! Just a little further is beautiful Porthcurnick Beach and the famous Hidden Hut beach cafe. Sandy, safe and so friendly, this beach is a firm favourite for many who visit the Roseland.
Ground Floor: Extensive living areas including a very comfortable sitting room with TV and Sky box and a second more relaxed sitting room with a great selection of books. This second sitting room with TV and Sky box is open plan to the large conservatory with the most dramatic views and large dining table to one side. The kitchen has plenty of work and cupboard space and there are separate utility and cloakrooms, perfect for storing beach and walking kit.
First Floor: Master double bedroom with super king 6' double bed with balcony, TV and en-suite shower room. Second double (5' bed) bedroom with en-suite bathroom, plus a balcony with fabulous views.
Second Floor: Two twin bedrooms (3' beds) both with fabulous views followed by a family bathroom with a separate shower.
Exterior: An enormous garden with external furniture and BBQ facilities. The garden is not enclosed.
Facilities & Services
Heating is via night storage heaters, and the gas fired wood burning style stove. The kitchen has a range of modern equipment, including a Nespresso coffee machine (requires capsules). There is an electric oven & hob, kettle, toaster, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. The main drawing room has a flatscreen Freeview TV & DVD player. There is a also a CD & Radio and an iPod dock. WiFi is available at the property. There is an iron and ironing board.
Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. Regrettably no smoking is allowed. Up to 2 well behaved dogs will be permitted at the small additional charge of £35 per dog/ per week although you must ensure your dog stays on the ground floor at all times and the terms and conditions must be strictly adhered to. There is parking available for up to 4 vehicles. A cot & high chair are available upon request. There is a fitted stair gate on the first floor landing, and a fitted stair gate on the second floor landing.
General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£500 pre authorised to your credit / debit card as a security deposit is required.
Discounts available for 2 people or less staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using one room only.
The Roseland Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and forms one of the finest sections of Cornwall's South Coast. From Mevagissey to St Mawes and bordered by the Fal Estuary to the west, the Roseland Peninsula has been drawing visitors for years with its splendid coastline, unique gardens, historic villages and superb sailing waters. A truly magnificent part of Cornwall, it is a wonderful place to spend a memorable holiday. With The Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project in one direction and Falmouth and the National Maritime Museum in the other the Roseland is brimming with places to visit and things to do.
St Mawes Castle, built by Henry VIII in the 16th century sits on Castle Point at the mouth of the River Fal. At the top of St Mawes, Lamorran Gardens house a wonderful collection of tropical plants with lovely views down into the Harbour. St Just-in-Roseland has arguably the most photographed church in Cornwall. The 13th century church sits quietly tucked away on the edge of the creek. The Veryan Roundhouses are a must see, on the way to Nare Head, where you will find the most spectacular views of Gerrans Bay. The little village of Portloe nestles in lovely valley and is one of Cornwall's quintessential spots. Portscatho has a number of art galleries and many artists find the light in this harbour village inspires much of their work. The Roseland Inn at Philleigh is a 16th century pub just waiting for you to visit, as is the newly refurbished Smugglers Cottage at Tolverne, perfect for that afternoon Cornish Cream Tea, now run by Tregothnan Estate home to the UK's first tea plantation. The most popular thing to do though on the Roseland is simply to walk and enjoy some of Cornwall's most beautiful coastline.
Events on the Roseland reach fever point in August when sailing regattas, carnivals, fayres and fun days take place all over the Roseland and the waters of the Carrick Roads. It is a memorable place for many people who return year after year to enjoy the magic of this beautiful place.
Portscatho and its neighbouring village of Gerrans are located on the eastern coast of the Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall, overlooking the dramatic Gerrans Bay. A truly peaceful waterside village, with a superb local butchers shop, 2 great little pubs and a well stocked local store, Porthscatho is a lovely place for a holiday. There are miles of coastal and countryside footpaths to explore, particularly along past Towan beach and out to St Anthony's Head. Portscatho was once a busy fishing harbour, but now it has become a haven for artists due to the striking light which is particularly good in the morning sun. More than anything, Portscatho is a relaxing place. The beaches such as Porthcurnick, Towan and Porthbeor are simply idyllic and these are only minutes from the village.
Guest from Oxford stayed for 7 nights.
is lovelyhouseWe have stayed in a number of larger houses around the Cornwall & Devon coast path and Farfield gets the best press. The owners have thought of almost everything and prepared the house with good taste and attention to detail. The pictures throughout the house create a wonderful atmosphere, everything works (the code for the interne vneeds updating in the welcome guide) and the bathrooms are all spacious with excellent showers and plentiful hot water. We would just have liked to thank the owners and the staff who prepared everything for our arrival. On reflection we would have liked to keep this beautiful house a secret, but that would be unfair. From here we walked the coast line from Helford to Fowey and were delighted to spend time enjoying the views out to sea and the countryside around this lovely house.
Guest from Birmingham stayed for 7 nights.
We arrived on a Friday evening at midnight and could hear the sea but not see it! We woke up on Saturday to the most stunning coastal views - we were really delighted. The house is really spacious - plenty of room for our large family in terms of living space and bedrooms - always a real bonus when a holiday home has both. The bathrooms are all really modern and clean (often a bug bear on rentals - but perfect in this property!) The kitchen is a little dated, and the fridge and freezer were a bit temperamental - but it didn't ruin our stay given we were only there for a week. Having a washing machine and tumble drier was also really useful. The TVs were a bit retro - and we struggled with getting some channels - but it didn't really matter as we weren't there to sit in from of the telly! It was the beginning of the season, and outside was a bit grubby - lots of leaves / pine needles / bird poo - but it must be quite a battle to keep on top of it. The formal gardens were BEAUTIFUL - and the surrounding fields gave a great sense of space. The rope swing in the garden was the absolute favourite thing about the whole holiday for our 4 children - they used it loads every day! Another plus point for the kids was excellent wifi at Farfield - and 4G in the surrounding areas - when travelling with teenagers this is a must. We walked along the coastal path out of the back gate to The Hidden Hut and Portscatho - which was a fabulous walk, and the kids went in the sea at a number of the beaches en route. The Boathouse in Portscatho for a fabulous coffee and cake (ok, prosecco and cake!) was perfect. We also had a lovely afternoon tea at The Driftwood Hotel - the Michelin starred restaurant there sounded amazing - but not very child friendly, so we didn't venture there. Curgurrel Farm Shop just up the road was fabulous - and we popped a few times for local supplies to supplement the Tesco and Waitrose deliveries we had (so good that different supermarkets will deliver) We also travelled around the county - doing Lands End / St Michaels Mount / Crantock / The Eden Project - and the Roseland peninsula seemed a good base to do that from. All in all a stunning house in a fabulous location - we would definitely return.
Guest from Hildersham stayed for 7 nights.
Wonderful family Roseland holiday, home from home, Farfield and the most perfect view what ever the weather.
Guest from Ashby De La Zouch stayed for 7 nights.
We returned this summer for another week at Farfield. Location blows me away every time, the views are breath taking. We had the master suite, it's massive , and our kids were on the top floor with a large bathroom to share. The kitchen is very well equipped , two comfy sitting rooms and it's nice that the owners have left books and dvds for you to use during your stay. The gardens are very big and we loved walking down to the beach at the bottom (pebbly but you usually have it to your self and great for shells). There are some lovely sandy beaches within a short distance and porthscatho and st mawes are a short drive. The only negative I would say is that you can tell the plumbing is a bit antiquated and some of the locks are very stuff. This didn't particularly bother us though. We will be booking again for next year.
Guest from Massachusetts stayed for 7 nights.
Lovely house in perfect location. Good for extended family visit. Right on the coastal path for wal
Guest from Hope Valley stayed for 7 nights.
The house has a stunning view with lovely grounds straight onto the coastal path. It was roomy house for our family of 8 adults 2 dogs and a baby. There were games, DVDs and even some children's toys and the kitchen is well equipped. The beds and sofas were very comfortable, and there is a drying room for boots and wet clothes. The slight negatives were, that there is not much outdoor furniture - a picnic bench and 2 small wooden tables, also the house looks a little 'tired' and in need of some upgrading. Overall it was excellent for our family holiday.
Guest from Worcester stayed for 7 nights.
We loved our week at your stunning property. The only negative was the lights weren't always attached to a switch which was slightly confusing and there was a bit of damp in the lounge. The rest of the stay was perfect. Thanks
Guest from Shropshire stayed for 14 nights.
'Farfield' is a delightful spacious, and comfortable house in a truly spectacular location, with a totally unhindered view of the whole of Gerrans Bay, and Nare Head, which is breathtaking. The house is surrounded by a beautiful well maintained mature garden, with direct access to the Coastal path, and the beach below. The renowned 'Hidden Hut' cafe on the headland above Porthcurnick beach is a just a gentle stroll along the lane from 'Farfield'. Along the coast path in the opposite direction are the beaches of Pendower and Carne. We enormously enjoyed our three generation two week holiday at 'Farfield', and plan to return, though I am reluctantly marking 'Farfield' down for condition, but feel it is valid. There were flushing problems with the cloakroom and master bathroom toilets. The management company responded to the problem promptly, but their plumber was unable to repair during our stay. This flushing problem had been mentioned in a testemonial by guests in May, I can only assume they didn't report it to the Management company, otherwise we would not have experienced the same problem in July! Sadly the tumble dryer failed early in our first week, and a replacement was due for delivery the day after our holiday ended! However this problem could have arisen in any holiday home, good weather allowed us to dry beach towels outside in the main, and we used the heated bathroom towel rails as well. We also would have really appreciated a 'Guest Information Book' to give us basic information about the house, We had to hunt about to find keys for windows, and the access code for the wi-fi we eventually found on a ragged piece of paper in a drawer of the hall table. All previous holiday homes we have rented over many years have always provided a 'Guest Info Book'. PLEASE consider this for the benefit of future guests.
We are delighted you enjoyed your family holiday at Farfield. The owner has asked us to thank you for your helpful feedback and wanted you to know that, since your departure, the two WCs with the flushing problems have been fixed and the new tumble dryer has been installed. He is very sorry you were unable to find the guest information folder which should have been left for you on the hall table. We do hope you and your family will return to Farfield soon.
Guest from Braintree stayed for 7 nights.
The views, location and gardens were outstanding! Would stay here again for sure. The second bedroom really should have a proper shower in it for the price you pay. Also the toilets didnt flush very well. Otherwise very well equipped and did not want to leave.
We are so glad you liked the property! Just to let you know that the flushing problem with the WCs has now been fixed. We do hope you will come back to Farfield soon.
Guest from Crowborough stayed for 7 nights.
A wonderful house in a spectacular location with oceans of space and a convenient location for the famous Hut Cafe. The only downside to the property is that the toilet systems are difficult to flush.
Thank you so much for your Review. We thought you would like to know that the problems with the WCs have now been rectified. Please do contact us if you are ever thinking of coming back to Farfield.
Guest from Dorchester stayed for 7 nights.
Farfield has to be one of the most comfortable properties we have ever stayed in and no-one could ever tire of that view !! So nice to find a property of such a high standard that allows dogs. We had a fantastic stay.
Guest from Braintree stayed for 7 nights.
The view could not be faulted it is better in reality than it looks on-line. Just a couple of niggles so could not use excellent, the plumbing needs a bit of attention as a couple of the toilets were difficult to flush and downstairs cloakroom tap was very stiff. There was cereal on the floor in the kitchen left by previous renters that had not been cleaned up. I believe that the downstairs area could do with a further T.V, this is because the house sleeps 8 and not everyone wants to watch the same thing. The last observation is that the house is a little damp in places - it does not affect you but it is a shame to see it. My wife did text the housekeepers when we left as to what mattress was in the master bedroom because it was so, so comfortable that we need to buy one, but she did not get an answer which was a shame, but we did call on them a couple of times during our stay and they were more than helpful. The above are minor niggles that did not in anyway spoil our stay but just worth a mention. The house IS absolutely wonderful, the grounds are idyllic as is the view, and I would not hesitate to come again or to suggest the house to others, as we did not want to leave it.
We are very grateful to you for your feedback and wanted to let you know that the flushing problem with the two WCs has now been put right. We do hope you will come back to Farfield soon!
Guest from Etchinghill stayed for 7 nights.
This property certainly has the wow factor. The grounds are beautifully maintained and a pleasure to wander around looking at the stunning views, our dogs loved running free in the field and we appreciated the fact that we were able to take ours to this property. The house itself was very comfortable and clean and really can not be faulted. We love this area of Cornwall, it's peaceful with great walks and beaches and of course there's the Hidden Hut a short walk away for tasty food. We were amazed at the stars, being an unpolluted area we saw far more than we do at home and we thought we had it good! A couple of small points that would be helpful is a gate at the bottom of the stairs to stop dogs going up as the top gate doesn't always work properly and Vets details being included in the arrival notes. Thank you for letting us use your beautiful home we would definitely like stay again.
Guest from Merstham stayed for 7 nights.
The house was very clean and comfortable and we were able to find everything we needed in the kitchen. We had to supplement the toilet rolls as we ran out with no replacement supplies locatable. Weather generally better than the forecast and grounds were well maintained and laid out. Would book again as we did not exhaust local opportunities and it was a nice house to be in.
Guest from London stayed for 7 nights.
We had an absolutely fantastic time at this house. Completely gorgeous location amazing views. The house itself was very comfortable and wonderfully relaxing to be in. It was easy to walk to numerous beaches and coves. Everyone in our party had a superb stay. Would definitely recommend unreservedly.
Guest from Birmingham stayed for 7 nights.
We had a wonderful week in Farfield and decided it was our favourite Cornish holiday home - we have been hiring houses for the last eight years in Cornwall. The location was fantastic with the most amazing views and the well kept gardens were not only extensive but beautifully maintained which to be honest, is not our usual experience. There was everything we could ever have needed in the well equipped kitchen and house in general and the generosity of the owners, leaving coats, hats and shoes was a much appreciated extra, plus the food cupboard with its useful contents. If we had to make any suggestions, it would be the problem of not getting in until 4pm as we had travelled from Birmingham and after a long journey, it would have made life so much easier for an earlier entry especially as we had two pregnant mums-to-be! As we have to be out by 10am, we feel that we are cheated out of a day?! The cleaner said that some people had asked for an early entry. Had that been a possibility, I would have made that request! One other point is that the rooms at the top of the house felt damp. Having had horrendous weather on the Thursday night before we left, the window sills were splashing with water where the rain had come in even though the windows were shut. There was also damp in the conservatory. Fortunately we had good weather all week so it wasn't too much of a problem. We would love to return another year. Thank you for the clear and easy running of all the booking, payments etc. Best wishes, Alison Cookson and family.
Guest from Ropley stayed for 7 nights.
Great house and location, cannot wait to go back next year. Beach at the end of the road was quiet and clean. Kids loved the huge garden for running around in and the view from the house was epic.
Guest from Chester stayed for 14 nights.
A great house with an amazing view and so many vantage points. We couldn't fault it - comfort, location, space and quiet, fresh fish and fruit from the farm shop. Seeing the full moon reflected on the sea at midnight was one of the highlights as were the ever-changing colours. This was our 3rd visit to the Roseland peninsular but definitely the best location. Worth noting that for cream teas Melinsey Mill is closed on Mondays - by luck we chose to walk there on a Tuesday. Our favourite restaurant in the area is still The Rosevine (and walkable, which means everyone can enjoy a drink.)
Guest from Thames Ditton stayed for 7 nights.
The views from Farfield are amazing. The grounds are superb. The ability to directly access the coastal path and close proximity to beaches was a definite bonus. The house has ample accommodation which is clean and comfortable. Small details to make a stay more enjoyable were attended to. We are already looking at a future booking.
Guest from Chesterfield stayed for 7 nights.
This house is stunning in every way. The gardens are beautiful and we had a fun holiday. Child and dog friendly. Very relaxing. Everything has been thought of to make your holiday perfect. We would recommend and will return.
Sammyshute is a substantial property with large, mature gardens and incredible views of Gerrans Bay and Pendower Beach and is within walking distance of the famous Hidden Hut on Porthcurnick Beach and the Michelin starred Driftwood Hotel. The pubs and galleries of Portscatho are a five minute drive away. Inside Sammyshute has been recently renovated and exudes a luxurious feel with tasteful decor and interior furnishings. However you will find your eyes constantly drawn to the magnificent view!
Discounts available for low occupancy if staying for 7 nights outside the peak season - 15% based on a couple using one bedroom, 10% based on a group of up to 4 using only 2 bedrooms
Just moments from beautiful Porthcurnick Beach and the famous Hidden Hut, Pendower Barn is a lovely tranquil spot to spend your holiday. It is a 5 to 10 minute walk to the South West coast path, a 15 minute (maximum) walk to Porthbean beach and a little more to Porthcurnick beach. Close to the picturesque fishing villages of Portscatho and St Mawes, this is one of our many dog friendly holiday cottages in Cornwall.
Pollaughan Farmhouse is the beautifully restored Victorian Wing of the Owner's Farmhouse with completely separate entrance and a very private safely walled garden. Pollaughan Farm is secretively hidden just inland from Roseland’s best beaches and peacefully set among 22 acres of rolling pastures and lakes with an all weather tennis court on site and animal feeding/egg collecting for children.
Fallow Cottage is a detached and an upside down house to make best use of the gorgeous views. Pollaughan Farm is secretively hidden just inland from Roseland’s best beaches and peacefully set among 22 acres of rolling pastures and lakes with an all weather tennis court on site and animal feeding/egg collecting for children.
A discount is available for a couple staying and using the master bedroom only.
Meadows Cottage is a fabulous family space, detached with a large and safely fenced garden overlooking the lake at Pollaughan. Pollaughan Farm is secretively hidden just inland from Roseland’s best beaches and peacefully set among 22 acres of rolling pastures and lakes with an all weather tennis court on site and animal feeding/egg collecting for children. It is also wheelchair friendly, so perfect for anybody looking for ease of access.
A discount is available for a couple staying for a week in low season weeks, using just one bedroom.
Willows, spacious and very restful, overlooking the wildlife lake at Pollaughan. Pollaughan Farm is secretively hidden just inland from Roseland’s best beaches and peacefully set among 22 acres of rolling pastures and lakes with an all weather tennis court on site and animal feeding/egg collecting for children. It is also wheelchair friendly, so perfect for anybody looking for ease of access.
Clipper View has an amazing location, a short walk from the heart of Portscatho, perched on the cliff top with incredible views from Nare Head and Gull Rock across Gerrans Bay. The beautiful Porthcurnick beach at Rosevine is a 10 minute walk and here you can make the most of the golden sands when the tide is out and the Hidden Hut restaurant when in need of refreshment.
Low occupancy discount based on a couple sharing one bedroom.
With spectacular sea views across Gerrans Bay, Nare View is a spacious, semi-detached property, bright and spacious and equidistant between the centre of the Village and Porthcurnick beach, home of the famous Hidden Hut.
Quince Cottage enjoys a magical location perched on a hill overlooking Gerrans Bay with stunning views over a field to Portscatho and beyond. Just a short walk from one of the South Coast's best beaches and in the heart of the extremely popular Roseland Peninsula, this is a holiday destination you won't forget!
Seabreeze is a bright, spacious bungalow with glorious views over Gerrans Bay and is only a short walk from the golden sands of Rosevine Beach and all of the amenities of this beautiful, traditional fishing village. This dog friendly holiday home is in an area of Cornwall that has some of the very best coastal walks in the UK with magnificent views and a stunning variety of sandy beaches, jagged cliffs and secluded coves all being massaged by the ever changing ocean.
Discounts available for couples staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using one room only.