Grade II listed Cornish farmhouse | The Barn - Talehay Cottages, Pelynt, near Looe
Living room | The Barn - Talehay Cottages, Pelynt, near Looe
  • Barn conversion
  • Pelynt, near Looe
  • UKC3808

Talehay Cottages - The Barn

10

out of 10

  • 2

  • 1

  • 1

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Wifi
Car parking on site
Pub within 1 mile
Enjoy a relaxing break in this cosy property especially for a couple wishing to visit the myriad attractions in Cornwall.

Ground Floor.
Open plan living space.
Living area: With electric wood burner, Freeview TV, DVD player and CD player.
Dining area.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine.
First Floor:
Bedroom: With double bed.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, toilet and heated towel rail.

Private parking for 1 car.

All properties: Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen and Wi-Fi included. Towel hire £4per person. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. Welcome pack. Sitting-out area with garden furniture. 3½-acre fields and children’s play area (shared with other properties on-site). Barbecue hut (shared with other properties on-site). No smoking. Visit England 4 Star.

Approached down a quiet country lane, Talehay is a Grade II listed Cornish farmhouse which dates back some 300 years. The farmhouse and the detached stone cottages retain much of their original character and beauty, whilst providing tastefully furnished accommodation around a central courtyard. During the warmer summer months, the lawned areas and spacious communal gardens that encompass the properties are ideal for picnics and barbecues. All cottages are supplied with their own seating area, and to the rear of the main house is a further 3½ acres of fully enclosed meadowland, so youngsters and their 4-legged friends can get a good run around.

Set amidst delightful, unspoilt countryside, Talehay Cottages are just a mile from the village of Pelynt, and just 5 miles from the sea. Owing to its serene location, the cottages are ideal for guests wanting some peace and quiet on their holiday. It also makes a convenient base for exploring the many attractions Cornwall provides; its beaches, stately homes, famous gardens, coastal and inland walks, not to mention the world-renowned Eden Project.

Characterised by busy fishing harbours, dramatic headlands and secluded sandy coves, Cornwall’s coastline features some of the most evocative, breathtaking scenery in Britain. For those wanting to escape the crowds, there are hidden gems scattered along Cornwall’s south east coast, and if you know where to look, you can find deserted golden sandy beaches, even in the height of the tourist season. Head to Lantivet and Lansallos, or Lantic Bay which is regarded as one of Cornwall’s best kept secrets.

There is more dynamic terrain to be found further inland; Bodmin Moor possesses a stark ruggedness of its own which has long drawn holiday goers up into the hills. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Cheesewring is a striking granite tor, Roughtor features a Neolithic tor enclosure, and Brown Willy (the highest point in Cornwall), enjoys vast unbroken views over moor and mire. Bodmin Moor is also famous for its Jamaica Inn, which was immortalised by Daphne du Maurier, and also used as the film location of the much-loved Poldark TV drama.

From fine dining to quirky beach cafés, Cornwall is known as a prime foodie destination, with Rick Stein, Nathan Outlaw and Paul Ainsworth among the many top chefs championing the county’s culinary field. Other attractions in the area include Cornwall’s finest country house, Lanhydrock, the fine fortress of Pendennis built by Henry VIII, the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, the Tate Gallery in St Ives, and for a completely unique theatre experience, head to the Minack Theatre, an open-air theatre that sits atop the cliffs with the Atlantic Ocean as the backdrop. There is also sailing, fishing, diving, golf and horse riding to be found locally, and with many country and coastal paths criss-crossing the region, Cornwall is a paradise for walkers and cyclists. Beach 5 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.

Features

Barbecue

Barn Conversion

Childrens Play Area

Coastal Within 3 Miles

Cot Available

Garden or Patio

Grouped Property

Highchair Available

Open Plan

Parking - On Site

Pets Allowed

Pub Within 1 Mile

Stairgate

Washing Machine

Welcome Pack

Wi-Fi

Location

Good to know

Check in and check out times

  • Arrive after 15:00
  • Depart before 10:00

Pets

  • 2 pets allowed - charges apply

Car parking

  • On-site

What's included?

  • Wifi
  • Electricity
  • Bed linen

Smoking

  • No smoking, please

Overall holiday experience

Based on 1 reviews

10

out of 10

Value for money

10

Cleanliness

10

Comfort and Equipment

10

Location

10

Local amenities

9

Overall rating

10

Debra

  • Bedford

  • Couple

10

out of 10

We had a great time staying at The Barn at Talehay. The owners greeted us on our arrival, made us feel so welcome and gave us lots of useful information and tips to help us get the best out of our holiday. The Barn was spotlessly clean, very comfortable and in a beautiful location, it is set in lovely grounds with lots of areas to enjoy a barbeque or some al fresco dining . We were also very impressed with the great play area for little ones and we will definately be returning with our grandchildren next year. We recommend The Barn highly.

11 Sep 2021

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