An 18th century terraced cottage in the ancient village of St Ewe, 6 miles to St Austell and under 3 miles to Mevagissey, South Cornwall. Beaches at Pentewan Sands are 3 miles. Post Box Cottage is an attractive character cottage which has been tastefully modernised, retaining features such as exposed beams and original feature fireplace with bread oven. The small red post box set in the cottages wall gives the cottage its name. There is a good size enclosed rear garden with a lower and upper lawn and seating. St Ewe is a traditional, tiny, rural and unspoilt Cornish village. The villages old church dates from Norman times and the village pub, the Crown Inn (a welcoming pub with an open fire, parrot, bar with modestly priced bar food, good size restaurant) is just a few minutes stroll from the cottage. There are footpaths & pleasant walks leading from the village. The Lost Gardens of Heligan approx 1 mile and the Eden Project 11 miles. A great favourite with those staying at the cottage and great fun, is the bath in the double bedroom, concealed behind louvre doors in what at first glance appears to be part of the fitted cupboards. Electric, linen and heating inclusive. 1 night storage heater & an electric fire in the lounge/diner; wall mounted electric convector heaters in the bedrooms. Non-Smoking. Can park in the free village car parking area about 100 yards away (plenty of room) or on road immediately in front of the cottage. 2 dogs welcome.
Bedroom 1 has 1 double bed. Bedroom 2 has 2 single beds. To get to bedroom 1 you have to walk through bedroom 2. The lounge/diner has a T.V., DVD and boasts a feature stone fireplace. Kitchen with hob unit, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The downstars bathroom has a shower unit (power shower), washbasin and toilet.
Electric, linen and heating inclusive. 1 night storage heater & an electric fire in the lounge/diner; wall mounted electric convector heaters in the bedrooms.
Non-Smoking. Can park in the free village car parking area about 100 yards away (plenty of room) or on road immediately in front of the cottage. 2 dogs welcome.
The traditional and pretty old stone village of St Ewe, dating back to the Norman times, is set in a rural setting, with the old Church and the Crown Inn at its centre. The Crown Inn is a fan old character amily pub and does bar meals and also has a restaurant- also the pub has outdoor eating/seating at the rear which allows a dog. The pub has an open fire in the cooler months and a resident parrot. The impressive old Church (an ancient church with a 14th cent Spire, a Norman Font, & a 15th cent rood screen) and village is named after a saint called St Ewe, although there is little record of who the saint was. There is the base of a Celtic Cross in the Church grounds. St Austell is about 6 miles and the popular fishing village of Mevagissey about 3 miles. The Eden Project is about 8 miles. Lovely sandy beaches at Pentewan are 3 miles.