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Bungalow / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Tucked away in the small village of Cury this charming, detached bungalow is ideally located for exploring the Lizard Peninsula, its picturesque coves and beautiful beaches. Only a mile eastwards from Poldhu Cove and the renowned clifftop golf course at Mullion and a short drive from the bustling village of Mullion with its shops, pubs and cafes.Stunning Kynance Cove, scenic Cadgwith, Kennack Sands, Lizard Point and the spectacular coastal footpath are all just a short drive away.
Meadowside is a well-positioned, two bedroom, detached bungalow with beautiful gardens to three sides. There is ample parking on the driveway for two cars. Wifi is provided.
The accommodation comprises of, two double bedrooms, a newly appointed family bathroom with shower over bath, sitting room, newly appointed kitchen and conservatory with dining area.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Poldhu Cove|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay or Plymouth, Nearest railway: Redruth or Penzance|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
|Further details indoors|
Entrance porch leading into hallway.
Bedroom with kingsize bed overlooking the front garden.
Bedroom with two single beds overlooking the rear garden.
Bathroom with newly appointed suite comprising bath with glass screen and with shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
Kitchen with newly appointed units and work surfaces, dual aspect with window overlooking the rear garden and window into the conservatory.
Single-glazed door into the:
Conservatory with dining area and additional seating, patio door leading out into rear garden.
Sitting room with comfortable seating, television and DVD player, window overlooking the front garden.
|Further details outdoors|
There is ample parking for two cars on the driveway.
The front garden is laid mainly to lawn with shrubs. There is a further garden to the side, again with lawn and shrubs. The rear garden is laid to lawn with further shrubs and trees. There is ample seating which includes a teak table with four chairs, a garden bench, picnic table and steamers chair.
Linen is provided. Guests are requested to bring their own towels.
Highchair and travel cot included free of charge upon request (we request that guests bring their own cot linen).
The Cornwall region
Cornwall enjoys an excellent climate with very mild winters and summers that are almost Mediterranean in nature. This climate has in turn helped with the growth and development of a wealth of botanical gardens in Cornwall that have become renown worldwide.
Located at the southernmost end of the British Isle, in the county of Cornwall, the Lizard Peninsula is bordered on three sides by the sea, and the Helford River to the north. The name the Lizard is believed by some to come from the Cornish word “lezou” meaning headland. The National Trust owns a major proportion of the peninsula, and this helps in keeping it unspoilt and unchanged. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Lizard Peninsula has some of the most spectacular scenery in Cornwall.
There are many small coves, once used by smugglers to land their kegs of French Brandywine, and beaches to be found at the Lizard, and the South-West coastal path is very popular with walkers. When people come to the Lizard they are inspired by the scenery to write, take photographs and paint. Many people go there just to escape the hustle and bustle of their daily lives.
The Peninsula has a maritime past and many shipwrecks can be seen all along the coastline. From old barquentines and schooners, to steamships from the late twentieth century, even fishing vessels that capsized near the coastline, and old submarines rusting in the waves, are all just a part of the scenery.
Cury is a friendly, rural village approximately 1.5 miles from Poldhu Cove, a stunning sandy cove (lifeguards present in season) with parking, wc and cafe facilities. There is a weekly Farmer's Market in Cury Village Hall (Thursday mornings).
There are many spectacular beaches nearby, including Kynance Cove, Kennack Sands, Church Cove, Cadgwith Cove and Loe Bar.
Within 4 miles are the heathlands of Goonhilly Downs, the beautiful Helford River (dinghy hire) and Helston (small market town with indoor swimming pool, boating lake, popular Flambards 'theme park' and 'Furry Dance' festival in May). Lizard Point (lighthouse) and famous Kynance Cove, 6 miles. Riding stables nearby.
Mullion is approximately 2 miles from Cury, it is a good-sized and very popular village (shops, fine church, pubs, restaurants), 3/4 mile from a superb coast of cliffs and sandy coves; the nearest on foot, 3/4 mile, by car, 1 mile. Golf course with splendid views. Kynance Cove (very beautiful with towers of multi-coloured rock) and the Lizard Point (lighthouse), 7 miles. Helston , about 8 miles, is a popular market town, famous for its Flora Day celebrations.
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10 Sep 2014
"Perfect retreat in an amazing part of Cornwall"
My husband and I stayed for a week here at Meadowside with our 1 year old retriever, Barney. The accommodation was excellent, comfortable and very homely. The 'little extras' that Fiona an… More
We're really pleased that you enjoyed your stay and that Barney enjoyed it too! We hope to see you again. Best wishes, Fiona & Simon
16 Sep 2013
An excellent base for exploring the Lizard. Garden was excellent for our 2 dogs.Thank you Simon for coming to our rescue quickly when we had problems with the water.Will definitely return to Meadowsi… More
Many thanks, we look forward to welcoming you back.
17 Aug 2013
this was our second visit to Meadow Way and even better then the first!. Meadow way is like home from home but with a beach, everything that you need, with lovely arrival of flowers and cream tea. We had a lovely week away with two young children with lots to do every day in Cornwall.
Lovely to see you all again, glad the boys had a good time!
18 Jun 2012
"Home from home and a great location for local beaches and coves"
Really enjoyed Meadowside. When we arrived after a 7hr journey there was a homemade cream tea waiting for us, a pint of milk in the fridge and a very clean and tidy bungelow.
My children are 31/2yrs and 16mths at the time of stay, so the beauty with a bungelow was that no stair gates were needed. A travel cot and high chair were also made available.
The only negative was that the garden wasnt fully fenced/gated. If the children ran round from the conservatory to the garage they could actually end up on the drive which I only realised as i hung washing out!! Also there is a small drain that needs a cover over it otherwise a small child could easily fall down and hurt themselves.
The conservatory added a light airy place to eat.
The property has a very nice feel and i wish we could have stayed for longer
Thank you for your lovely comments, we're very pleased that you found the bungalow homely, clean and tidy and a great location. We apologise for the lack of gates, the old ones were damaged so we have purchased new ones and are awaiting tradesmen to fit them. We hadn't realised that the drain cover was an issue for small children, it's a 6" square outflow for the kitchen and bathroom sink and we hadn't appreciated it could be hazardous for children but, having had it pointed out to us, we are currently sourcing a drain cover to go over the top. We aim to make Meadowside as family and pet friendly as possible so we are grateful for your feedback.
5 Jun 2012
"A great location for visiting spectacular coast and stunning gardens"
This accommodation is clean, warm and comfortable. It offers a great location from which to explore some of Cornwall's most spectacular coastline and stunning gardens. As a bonus, the coastal paths were filled with flowers on our visit in the middle of May.
Many thanks for your lovely comments, Meadowside is well located for exploring the spectacular coastal paths and fabulous gardens - Trebah is a favourite of ours.
24 Apr 2012
"Very enjoyable-we hope to come again next year"
The property & its location was just what we wanted for ourselves and our dog. The weather was great & our dog loved the nearside Poldhu beach [which is open to dogs up to Easter ].The conservatory and large garden also was very useful.
By our error,we arrived a day early but Fiona and Simon took this in their stride and managed to accommodate us. Many thanks to you both !.
We're very pleased that you enjoyed your stay, thank you for your lovely comments. Poldhu beach is a lovely for dog walking.
28 Feb 2012
"Peaceful, tranquil place to stay."
This bungalow was tucked out of the way in a very quiet cul-de-sac, it was very clean and had everything you needed for that peaceful, relaxing holiday. The location was ideal for us as we were able to explore the Lizards and surrounding coast and so this was a very central location. It felt homely, cosy and perfect for a couple or family and considering it also accommodated our dog, you would never no an animal had every been in this bungalow because of how clean it had been kept. I would definately go back again. It was a great holiday.
We're very pleased that you enjoyed your stay in Meadowside and had a relaxing holiday.
24 Nov 2011
"Great place to stay whilst exploring the Lizard and west Cornwall"
Lovely light and airy bungalow, in a quiet position with a large enclosed garden. It is very spacious and clean, well equipped with everything to make your stay as comfortable and relaxed as possible.
The village of Cury is a very good location to stay whilst exploring the rest of west Cornwall. So many wonderful coves and villages to visit.
We enjoyed our stay and can't wait to return.
We're very pleased that you enjoyed your stay in Meadowside, look forward to seeing you again next year.
17 Oct 2011
"Great to find a nice place that accepts two dogs!"
Good base to explore this part of Cornwall. October was fabulous, as the sea temperature was good for bodyboarding and there are no dog bans on the beaches, which we had almost to ourselves!
Glad to hear that you had a lovely holiday, your dogs looked very much at home in the photo you sent us!
11 Aug 2011
"Ideal location for exploring Cornwall"
This was a last minute booking to take the opportunity to explore Cornwall before it got packed with summer tourist's. The location is great for that being just a few minutes drive from the main Helston to Lizard road. The bungalow is light and airy with all the bits and bods needed for a touring base.
There is a stunning bay heading south from Curry Cross called Kynance Cove which is well worth a visit on a nice day.
It took a while to get the hot water/ch sorted out but apart from that the bungalow met all our expectations.
We're very pleased that you enjoyed your stay, we hope to welcome you back again.