St Marnarchs' View.
Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Home from home. If you are looking for peace and quiet, this pretty cottage is the place. St Marnarchs' View is a cosy retreat. Situated in the picturesque, friendly village of Lanreath, Looe, Cornwall. This terraced cottage is full of character, with exposed beams, a really cosy living room, and a recently new fitted kitchen. A 15 minute drive from Looe and Thalland Bay. The village shop, telephone and social club are a few minutes walk away. Surrounded by woodland, countryside and close to the coast. Perfect for a break with the kids and grandchildren.
An excellent spot for walkers and cyclists with plenty of routes from the cottage. The beautiful coast is approximately 3 miles from the village, where you can enjoy the breath taking coastal paths, fishing, diving and boat trips. The village has excellent access to the main routes to the north and south and many sandy beaches and quaint fishing villages can be found within a short drive.
Electric is included in the price. CHANGE OVER DAY IS FROM SATURDAY TO SATURDAY. SLEEPS 4. THE KEY, MAP AND WRITTEN DIRECTIONS WILL BE HANDED OVER ONE WEEK BEFORE DEPARTURE.. BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Looe/Talland Bay|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Exeter, Nearest railway: Liskeard/Looe|
|Family friendly||Suitable for children over 5|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Further details indoors|
Duvets and pillows provided. Holiday maker will need to provide their own sheets, duvet covers, pillow cases, towels and wiping up towels.
An information pack is available at the cottage which explains about the heating etc.
|Further details outdoors|
A small enclosed annex with seating, and washing line is situated to the rear of the cottage.
Off road parking is available in a secure single lock up garage, which takes most standard vehicles. Parking is always available directly outside the cottage.
The accommodation may not be occupied by more than the number of persons specified at the time of booking.
The cottage is available from 2pm on the arrival date, ( which is on the Saturday ) and must be vacated by 10am on the departure date, ( which is also on the Saturday )
The hirer is expected to take all reasonable care of the property and must leave it clean and tidy at the end of their stay. Any damages or breakages occurring must be notified to the owners without delay.
The West Country region
Cornwall is renown for its' beautiful coastline, fishing villages, sandy beaches, and hidden coves. It is now one of Britains premier holiday destinations.There are endless activities on offer.
Talland Bay is 3mls away from the cottage.This area is a fantastic location, with wonderful panoramic views of the sea and Cornish coastline. The area is dog friendly. Children will love it here. There is a licenced bar, which serves, BBQ food, and also offers other food choices. Looe is approximately 5mls away from Lanreath.
Visit } The Shipwreck and Heritage Centre at Charlestown.( The all weather attraction where children go free).
Cornish Orchards,. Westnorth Manor Farm, Duloe, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 4PW ( National Award Winning Cider maker ).
Trebah Garden. ( Free parking ). Mawan Smith, Nr Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 5JZ. www.trebah-garden.co.uk
Lose yourself in The lost Gardens of Heligan, www.heligan.com
Looe is 5 mls away with a fishing port, lots of cafes and restaurants. Boating trips, deep sea fishing leave from the quay daily in the summer.
The Eden Project, St Michaels Mount, and Bodmin Moor are but a brief drive away. Plymouth offers history brought to life at the Dome, magnificent underwater displays at the National Marine Aquarium, evening entertainment, shops at the waterside Barbican and theatres and cinemas.
Pronounced Lanreth. The present day Lanreath has a population of around 500, its economy sustained by farming and tourism. It is ideally placed for the latter, with the coast being a short distance to the south and the moors to the north. The Parish can trace its existence back to the Domesday Book of 1086. Lanreath is well steeped in legend.
In 1620 the Punch Bowl Inn became the first licensed public house in the land.
At the cottage there are up to date leaflets and brochures stating what's on in the local area.
Information for the nearest shops,and supermarkets will be found in the 'Information pack ' at the cottage.
The social club and shop are within walking distance from the cottage.
St Marnach's Parish Church is in the centre of the village, and is steeped in the Reformation, the Civil Wars and the restoration of the Monarchy in the mid 17th century. Records indicate that a church of sorts was built on the present site as far back as the eighth century but it was not until the Normans arrived in the latter part of the 11th century that the basis of the existing church came into being.
This is an excellent spot for walkers and cyclists, with plenty of routes from the cottage.
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18 Aug 2013
"Beautifully idyllic cottage"
Two weeks of bliss. This cottage is clean, tidy and comfortable. Easy to find, lovely setting, 6 miles from the sea in a nice quiet village. If you want a home from home then this is it. The owner… More
Thank you for your kind review. Hope to welcome you next year.
22 Jul 2013
"Lovely little cottage, clean, everything you need from a self catering cottage."
Set in a lovely little village with a useful little "volunteers shop". Kitchen & bathroom look like they were installed yesterday. Friendly villagers and a few places to walk the dog (which … More
Many thanks for your review. Glad you enjoyed your stay in Cornwall.
3 Jun 2013
"Nice, clean cottage. Great value for money."
We were travelling with young children and on a budget for Whitsun week. The owners were very friendly and helpful. The cottage was easy to find in a quiet village with a small village shop. Our compr… More
Thank you for your kind review. Glad you enjoyed your stay in Cornwall.
27 May 2013
"home from home"
if you are looking for a quiet country break a short distance away from the coast,this is the place for you.Lovely accommodation in a peaceful village location.We found it a great base to explore the … More
We are very grateful for your positive review. All feedback is gratefully received. Many thanks from the owners.
20 Aug 2012
"Lovely cottage a great base to see Cornwall"
A wonderful cottage with everything you need for your holiday stay, comfortable and affordable. Central to most of Cornwall and set in wonderful countryside.
John and I appreciate your positive comments on the cottage. Many thanks.Best wishes John and Gloria Graham.
13 Aug 2012
"Beautiful cottage, very clean and well equiped with everything you could need."
Fantastic cottage in a lovely quiet location - cleanliness was second to none, and well equipped with everything you could possible need. Owners were friendly and helpful prior to the holiday giving all information necessary. Only 10 mins by car to Looe or Polperro
Many thanks for your positive review on the holiday cottage in Lanreath, Cornwall. We are very grateful for your comments. Kind regards, Gloria and John Graham.
5 Sep 2011
"Home from Home"
We had a lovely week at St. Marnarch's View in Lanreath. The cottage was very clean, comfortable and very homely. It is well located for touring around Cornwall. We visited Looe, Polperro, Eden Project, Lanhydrock, Tintagel, Boscastle, the beautiful beach at Polzeath and even managed to fit in seeing Fishermans Friends at Port Issac. The village of Lanreath is also lovely. Especially the Punch Bowl Inn, which serves excellent food at reasonable prices and the locals are very friendly and welcoming. We would recommend this cottage to anyone wishing to visit Cornwall. We shall certainly be back. Thank you.
Thank so much for your positive review.
8 Jun 2011
The cottage is set in a peaceful village location and is kept beautifully by the owners.
There is an historic public house close by that serves excellent meals.
The location of the cottage is ideally situated for days out to other areas.
I highly recommend a visit at any time of the year.
Thank you for your review.
7 Jun 2011
"Lovely comfortable cottage, in the middle of everything"
We stayed here last week, perfect location for all the attractions, we visited the Eden project, Monkey sanctuary, as well as a few places including Looe, Fowey, Padstow and Polzeth. All of these with… More
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