Dingley Cottage - a holiday cottage that sleeps 3 guests in 2 bedrooms
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:3 (sleeps up to 3 adults)
Beautiful cottage that wasn't too far from the coast. The cottage was clean and tidy. The host was wonderful, she was helpful but didn't intrude and provided us with a cornish welcome of scones and cream!
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An attractive property located in a small village. It provides accommodation for two people, parking, heating and free WiFi. Access is down some rather narrow roads that are navigable with care. Very nicely presented and laid out inside, with a quite large kitchen, lounge area and bedroom. The shower room is rather small. The property owner also provided us (on arrival) with some scones and cream, which was a nice touch. We enjoyed our stay there (despite unseasonably wet and cold weather) and would happily use it again.
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Lovely, quiet location, cosy and clean.
Lovely cosy little cottage, with everything we needed. Wonderful scones and clotted cream on arrival. Yum! Great to be able to take the dog.
Found cottage easily. Arran and Graham were helpful. The cream tea and fresh flowers were a lovely touch.
Staying at dingley cottage
Dingley Cottage was ideally situated for us to visit St. michaels mount, Trebah garden, Glendurgan garden,and Kynance cove.So we really enjoyed our visit which enabled us to do all we wanted without having to travel long distances.
A comfortable place to stay.
Easy to find and plenty of parking. First thing you see on the kitchen table when you arrive is a vase of fresh flowers and a cream tea, lovely touch. The owners where very nice and helpful. The cottage is very comfortable and situated in a lovely part of Cornwall. My dog enjoyed his walks in a safe enclosed paddock. A very enjoyable stay. Highly recommended.
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With easy access to Falmouth, attractions such as The National Maritime Museum Falmouth, Rick Steins Fish and Chips on Discovery Quay, Pendennis Castle and even St Mawes Castle via a 20 minute foot ferry, are all within reach. Falmouth is one of Cornwall's most popular places to visit because of its unique mix of attractions, water sports, beaches, history and place to eat. The National Maritime Museum Cornwall and Pendennis Castle are both high on visitors' lists of places to visit and the views from Pendennis on a fine day a truly magical. Falmouth is the sailing capital of Cornwall with its spectacular deep water natural harbour offering a haven for both cruisers and racers. Many events are held through the summer culminating in the famous Falmouth Regatta Week and associated shore side events. The beaches at Gyllingvase & Swanpool are coarse sand and are wonderfully sunny south facing spots. You can ride the ferry to beautiful St Mawes for the day or take a delightful trip around the estuary stopping off at either Trelissick Gardens or Smugglers Cottage for a cream tea! There are plenty of places to eat & drink in Falmouth and recently Rick Stein has opened his Fish & Chip Restaurant & Oyster Bar at Discovery Quay adding to the superb mix across the town.
Helston was originally a thriving port, however as the river silted up over the years, this ceased to be. Where the river joins the sea, is now Cornwall's largest freshwater lake. The market town has a mixture of Georgian & Victorian architecture. On Coinagehall Street is the Blue Anchor, originally a rest house for monks, which became a tavern in the 15th century. This is possibly the oldest brewery in the country selling the strong local brew, Spingo. Helston is the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula and to the Helford River, which has some beautiful villages, namely St Anthony in Meneage & Helford Village.
Porthleven is approximate 3.5 miles southwest of Helston. This charming fishing harbour also has world class surf break.
A little further along the coast, towards Penzance is Praa Sands, which has a mile of sandy beach.
North Helford covers the area from Maenporth to Helston and includes places such as Mawnan Smith, Helford Passage, Constantine & Gweek. The area has many delights such as Trebah and Glendurgan Gardens, The Seal Sanctuary at Gweek, Goonhilly Earth and Satellite Station and The Ferry Boat Inn.
Daphne du Maurier wrote her only romantic novel Frenchmans Creek about the River Helford, and who can blame her, the views really are beautiful. Glendurgan Gardens run by the National Trust hold a 176 year old laurel maze and the 'Giants Stride' swing most popular with children. St Anthony-in-Meneage holds a lovely little church primarily of medieval architecture. Maenporth beach tucked away on the westerly edge of Falmouth Bay boast spectacular views, well worth a visit.