Toadstools - a holiday cottage that sleeps 6 guests in 3 bedrooms
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:6 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
Lovely cosy cottage
We really enjoyed our stay at Toadstools- the garden was delightful with seating in 2 separate areas to sit out and enjoy a drink or a meal. The cottage was home from home and very comfortable.
Delightful traditional Cornish cottage with stylish comfort and all needs catered for.
Delightful traditional Cornish cottage with pretty garden and sunny terrace surrounded by flowering shrubs and pots overflowing with bright blooms and with robust wooden outdoor furniture.
All needs catered in the tasteful interior with lovely comfortable six foot bed in the master bedroom which overlooked the private secluded garden on one side and the quiet village street on the other. Limited headroom in ground floor might affect anyone 6ft or over but cosy and welcoming. We really enjoyed our stay as did our two Jack Russell terriers. Jennifer and Alec
Very comfortable cottage in quiet location
Toadstools was a delight and we loved the very private, secure, south facing garden - with a large table where we could enjoy breakfast in the sunshine. The beds were very comfy and the grandparents enjoyed the privacy of the Annex, avoiding the 6.00am wake up calls from their grandchildren! An ideal base in the heartt of the Roseland Peninsula from which to explore the surrounding area and the rest of Cornwall.
A lovely cottage in an idyllic location
We spent a wonderful week at Toadstools at the end of July enjoying many meals outside in the beautiful cottage garden ( the photos on the web site do not do it justice). The garden is completely enclosed, excellent for those with dogs and children and is so peaceful that we spent many a happy afternoon there reading and sunbathing away from the crowds ! The cottage is extremely well equipped and very comfortable. Two of our party stayed in the annexe which they said was perfect for their needs as one of them had just had major surgery on their hip. Our only concern was the condition of the outside furniture as one or two of the chairs were not very stable and the whole patio furniture set seemed rather old. Also one of our party was allergic to the luxury feather bedding which may be something that other visitors need to consider. Overall though we really enjoyed our stay in this lovely cottage and I for one would love to return some day.
Quaint cottage away from it all
Stayed at Toadstools as it slept 5/6 people. The cottage is on the Roseland so a little cut off and you need a car. The cottage was quaint, but a real mix of clean/modern to musty/old. The bathrooms and bedrooms especially the beds were lovely clean, comfortable and modern. The low ceiling sitting room had too much furniture in it and smelled musty and old. The kitchen was nice with modern equipment but a pantry full of cobwebs! Garden furniture was rickety and old, but garden was lovely. Ideal for walkers and dog lovers looking for a fuss free quiet break.
Toadstools is a charming cottage, full of atmosphere beautifully decorated and comfortable. We had a very happy 2 weeks there and we hope to do it again one day
Treworga is 1.5 miles from the peaceful little village of Ruan Lanihorne which sits close to the lowest bridging point over the River Fal. Ruan Lanihorne is a charming village with an historic church dating from the 14th Century and a superb pub - the King's Head. The area is truly beautiful countryside. Venture across the bridge towards the magnificent Lamorran Woods and you will undoubtedly see an abundance of wildlife with waders and waterfowl inhabiting the tidal marshes. It is a haven for those wanting to explore and get off the beaten track, yet within easy reach of many attractions. An adventurous ride through the woods and you are awarded the delights of Tregothnan Estate, home to the Boscawen family since 1335, complete with teas and honey made on the Estate. Nearby Fentongollan Farm producing module vegetable plants and a fabulous collection of cornish daffodil bulbs.
There is an excellent pub at the nearby village of Philleigh, The Roseland Inn which serves good food. There are also pubs in Veryan, Portloe, Portscatho & St Mawes. There are general stores available at Portscatho, Tregony & Veryan. St Mawes has a wider selection of services. The city of Truro is about a 25 minute drive and has some superb shopping. There are fine dining restaurants in nearby hotels such as the Driftwood Hotel at Rosevine and the Tresanton at St Mawes. The beaches of Pendower, Carne & Porthcurnick are all within a 10 minute drive. The Roseland has some wonderful gardens to visit and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are about 20 minutes away. There are miles of spectacular coastline to discover along the South West Coast Path.