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Just half a mile from the village of Tintagel, famed for its historic legends surrounding King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, Trenale Court is set in the peaceful rural hamlet of Trenale about one mile from the dramatic cliffs on the North Cornwall Coast. This group of eight sympathetically converted stone cottages are set around a landscaped courtyard each benefiting from its own enclosed small garden with the added bonus of a shared recreational paddock to exercise dogs and enjoy panoramic sea views and stunning sunsets.
To one side of a quiet country lane, these holiday cottages offer the perfect base to explore the county whether it be on foot or by car. There is an abundance of walks within close proximity including the coastal footpath and the beautiful Rocky Valley. Tintagel with a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants is less than a 5 minute drive or easily reached on foot and is home to the famous mediaeval castle and Merlins sea cave.
The attractive NT harbour at Boscastle is 2.5 miles away and there is a leisure centre with swimming pool at Camelford, 4.5 miles. Bossiney Cove, a steady 20 minute walk, reveals a sandy beach at low tide and the surfing beach at Trebarwith Strand is a 10 minute drive. All eight cottages have their own individual character but there are many similar features and are a favourite for families and friends who wish to holiday together but benefit from independent accommodation. There is ample parking space for one car per property.
SHARED FEATURES: Laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer.Stay - The Accommodation...
With lovely sea views from the garden, this former granary has been carefully converted to provide a spacious split level family cottage set to one side of the entrance to Trenale Court.
With the added bonus of two parking spaces adjacent to the property in the corner of the landscaped courtyard, the front door and one step leads up to a useful entrance porch.
A fully glazed inner door opens directly to a charming beamed dining room separated by open studwork from a smartly fitted modern kitchen. To complete the ground floor accommodation is a bathroom W.C. with hand basin, shower over the bath and a heated towel rail.
A short flight of carpeted stairs lead up to a half landing where there are three bedrooms which have a double bed, zip link twin beds and 3ft pine bunk beds respectively. Stairs continue up to a galleried sitting room with beams open to the apex of the roof, some exposed stonework and comfortable seating arranged before an electric fire.
In one corner of the lounge, three slate steps lead down to French windows and continue to a grassy fenced garden with views over the farmland to the sea, and a gate which gives access to the pathway leading to the paddock.Don't forget...
- This property welcomes a maximum of three large dogs charged at £20 per pet per week.
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Listing Updated: 20/03/2021
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