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Bungalow / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
"Anneth Lowen" is a two-bedroom holiday bungalow accommodating up to four people, offering everything a couple or small family could want of a self-catering base from which to visit the popular holiday county of Cornwall. It is situated at Rosecraddoc Lodge, a collection of bungalows, all privately owned, built in the grounds of the old Rosecraddoc Manor and offering open space and places to explore. Free WiFi now available.
There is a public house that also serves good food, but no noisy night clubs, amusement arcades or swimming pools. This is for people and families who are looking for a peaceful holiday in the countryside. It does however, provide an ideal base for touring, close enough to major roads to make it easy to visit the attractions of Cornwall and West Devon on day trips before returning to your own 'base' each evening.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Looe 18 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Plymouth 35 km, Nearest railway: Liskeard 5 km|
|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
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, Private fishing lake or river|
|Further details indoors|
Newly refurbished for the 2015 season
Anneth Lowen is set back from the drive that runs through Rosecraddoc, giving it an even quieter location than many of the other bungalows. It also benefits from a large grass area directly in front of the bungalow giving a good area for children to play.
The bungalow has two bedrooms, one double and one twin, a lounge/kitchen, separate dining room and bathroom.
Entering through the large patio door takes you directly into the lounge/kitchen with its comfy two and three seater leather sofas and also a footstall for additional seating, or for putting your feet up after a busy day. A television/DVD combi and bluetooth/cd music system combined with DAB radio are provided for your entertainment.
The kitchen is very well equipped for all your self-catering needs with an electric cooker, fridge with ice compartment, microwave, kettle, toaster and a washing machine. There is also a wide range of cooking utensils, cutlery, crockery and glasses as well as plastic plates and bowls for our younger guests.
The separate dining room has seating for four and there is also a well stocked selection of puzzles and games.
The twin bedroom has also a television/DVD combi and a selection of DVD's for those relaxing evenings after a busy day exploring.
The bathroom has a toilet, wash basin and electric shower over the bath.
Out side the patio doors is a large picnic table where you can relax in the open space around you.
Should additional heating be necesary, other than the night storage heater, there are electric heaters throughout the bungalow.
Provision of all bed linen is included in the rental. There is no gas and electricity is via a £1 slot meter. Visitors arrive to a small supply of essentials, consisting of milk, tea bags, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits.
|Further details outdoors|
There is a grass area directly in front of the bungalow providing a good area for children to play within sight.
There is an allocated space for one car right next to the property, as well as space for additional cars.
There is plenty to explore on site and in the immediate area, including the nearby fishing lake (day permits available on site) and the nearby Rosecraddoc Woods, ideal for walks.
We normally let from Saturday to Saturday, although other days, including shorter breaks may be possible out of season. Not available between 7th January and 1st March.
We offer a 10% reduction on bookings of two consecutive weeks or more.
We generally ask for a 30% deposit with balance due 21 days before the start of your holiday. Smaller deposits and staged payments can be arranged however.
Payment by direct transfer via online banking, cheque or credit/debit cards via PayPal are all accepted.
The Cornwall region
Cornwall is the number one holiday destination in England for good reason. There is something for everyone in Cornwall including, spectacular coastline, great beaches, small fishing villages hidden away, rolling countryside, moorland and many places of interest.
Our visitors enjoy a variety of activities according to their age and tastes. Those with young children may enjoy the beaches and the farms, particularly Trethorne Leisure Farm, the Tamar Donkey Sanctuary or perhaps the nearby Monkey Park. Those without children may enjoy some of the many National Trust properties or gardens in the county, or just exploring the varied countryside with walks over the moors or along the rugged coastline.
Those with an interest in history will enjoy a day out in Plymouth or Bodmin or discovering the old tin mines or China Clay works. Some may like to travel on one or two of the local railways, including the Liskeard-Looe branch line or the steam trains from Bodmin or over Dartmoor.
The possibilities seem endless and it's likely that one trip to Cornwall will not be enough!
Liskeard is an old Stannery town in south-east Cornwall. Most of our visitors use the supermarkets in Liskeard, although many prefer the local produce available in the Farm shop at St. Cleer, just a couple of minutes drive from Rosecraddoc.
Looe is the nearest coastal town, famous as a fishing port, supplying some of the best fish to the markets in London and throughout Europe. Close to Looe is Polperro, famous for its narrow streets leading down to the coast.
Bodmin Moor provides a playground of a different sort and many of our visitors enjoy a short trip to either Sibleyback or Colliford Lakes. Fishing is available at both.
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1 Jan 2015
"A very good location for a short stay in the country"
I spent three nights in Anneth Lowen with my girlfriend between Christmas and New Year's Eve. The cottage is clean, modern and well equipped. It gets very cold at night but there are plenty of he… More
18 Aug 2014
"Poor quality/price ratio"
We never looked forward to going back to the bungalow as the place smelled of damp (the bungalow is located next to a wood) and we were also disappointed to see that the place was not clean enough whe… More
Thank you for your feedback whcih was passed to the owners who, I know have been planning a programme of redecoration scheduled for this autumn. Their response is:
"Thank you for taking the time to review and share your thoughts about your stay at Anneth Lowen.
We are very sorry to hear your stay was not as pleasant as you would have expected. Any issues are acted upon as quickly and professionally as practicable and the caretakers contact number is available in the bungalow should any problems arise during your stay or if anything was not to your liking on arrival. Our bungalow has been rented out now for 5 years and possibly starting to look a bit tired in places. Our plan is to rectify this over the winter months with new furniture, carpets, fresh decoration and a new night storage heater.
After receiving your review we placed in the bungalow a dehumidifier unit to help out with any damp smells or damp issues, a bit late for your stay which we can only apologise for, but hopefully give our future guests a more enjoyable stay."
5 Jun 2013
"a charming, beautiful place to stay."
My partner and I stayed at Anneth Lowen for one week in May, and have to say that we were absolutely delighted with our stay.The holiday home itself was very clean, tidy and was very well equipped for all our needs, it was very welcoming, a real home from home. We found the information pack was very helpful and informative. The holiday park was quiet, peaceful and relaxing which was just perfect for us. We would definately recommend and would stay there again for sure.
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Andy Kent (Property Manager Gotocornwall)
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Calendar last updated:25 Apr 2015
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