Holiday Cottage in Lostwithiel
Sleeps 6 - Bedrooms 3 - From £359
To the rear of Mallard Heights, the Fowey river trickles through the shallows and ducks paddle calmly through the dappled water, on the other side is the railway line and Lostwithiel Station. The station provides an opportunity to visit some of Cornwall's key towns (including Penzance, St Ives, Falmouth and many others) without the need to take your car. You can also travel directly to Lostwithiel from London. As a stannary town, Lostwithiel is one of Cornwall's hidden gems with a wonderful atmosphere but also close to the Eden Project and the stunning south coast towns of Fowey, Looe and Polperro.
Ground Floor: Enter into the hallway with door leading to the living room with comfortable sofas, flat-screen TV, electric effect fire and patio doors to a private patio to the rear with Rattan furniture, dining table and chairs and parasol.
First Floor: Kitchen with fully fitted units and appliances and a small breakfast table. Dining room with table and chairs, comfortable sofa and French windows onto a small balcony which overlooks the river to the rear of the property. Cloakroom / Utility with WC, hand basin and combined washer / dryer.
Second Floor: Master bedroom with 5' double bed, views of the river, built in storage and an en suite shower room with WC and hand basin. Double bedroom with 4'6" bed and storage. Family bathroom with shower over the bath, WC and hand basin.
Third Floor: Large double bedroom with 6' zip and link bed, storage, chaise longue and TV with DVD player and a Wii console, dual aspect, high level windows and floor space extending under the eaves.
External: Terrace area with garden furniture. Dedicated parking space - there are other dedicated visitor spaces.
Facilities & Services
Gas central heating throughout. The kitchen has a range of modern fitted units, an electric oven and hob, dishwasher and separate fridge & freezer. The sitting room has a flatscreen TV with Freeview. There is unlimited WiFi broadband. The first floor WC / utility has a combined washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a cot and high chair available on request. There is a hair dryer.
Electricity, heating, bed linen & towels are all included, but you will need to provide your own beach towels. There is a single parking space alongside the property and a second dedicated one the other side of the street. Unlimited broadband is available at the property. We regret no smoking is permitted within the property. Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted in the building. There are additional visitor parking spaces available outside the building. There is a stair gate, travel cot and high chair all available on request.
General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is a Saturday.
£250 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
Low occupancy discounts of 10% are available out of season based on a couple sharing one bedroom.
Just over the hill from Eden Valley lies the ancient stannary town of Lostwithiel, Cornwall's hidden treasure, nestling in the Fowey River valley and overlooked by the 12th century Restormel Castle. This ancient town with its quaint old buildings is full of the hustle and bustle of everyday life, centering around St Bartholomew church which dates back to before 1170. The town is surrounded by beautiful countryside with the Fowey Rover meandering through the centre of the town. St Austell was once the major producer of the world's China Clay; now with cheaper foreign imports, the industry is in decline but The Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum set in two former working pits depicts the countryside in years gone by. Wet weather activities could include the visitor centre at St Austell Brewery, sampling beers and ales made on the premises. The Eden Project hosts many bands throughout the season as well as featuring an Ice Rink out of season.
Bodmin was the former county town of Cornwall for many years and the only Cornish town to be recorded in the Domesday Book, which was lodged in the town's prison during the First World War. The county prison is now a museum and open to the public. It was the first prison in the country to have separate cells. The oldest part of the town is made up of mainly granite buildings clustered around the Bodmin Beacon. The Beacon is a 144 feet tall obelisk in memory of Sir Walter Raleigh Gilbert. The area around the Beacon which has woodland and traditional hay meadow was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 1994. At Tregullon you are just 10 miles away from The Eden Project and 2 miles away from the National Trust's amazing Lanhydrock House.
Nearby Bodmin Moor, bisected by the newly expanded A30, is home to one of Cornwall's Areas of Oustanding Natural Beauty, reaching a height of 1,377 feet above sea level at Brown Willy, Cornwall's highest point. The heather covered granite moorland provides East Cornwall with the most stunning country views and rugged walks. Near Blisland you will find two of Cornwall's stone circles, the Trippet Stones and Stripple Stone Henge and just round the corner, one end of the famous Camel Trail. The 18 mile Camel Trail follows the route of the old railway along traffic free paths, providing a fairly flat cycle through Bodmin and Wadebridge out to Padstow, eminently suitable for families.
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