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Cottage in St Endellion, Port Isaac, Cornwall: meticulously modernised, immersed in the landscape between Port Isaac & Polzeath
Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 7 (4 Bedrooms) Notes on bedrooms: Bedroom 1 with double bed and 3 windows Bedroom 2 with king bed and 1 window Bedroom 3 with single bed and 2 windows Bedroom 4 with king bed and 3 windows in separate ensuite 'hobbit house' in the garden All bedrooms overlook the surrounding fields. Bedrooms are sunny year-round and equipped with high spec John Lewis linens and plenty of storage space. The Booley is completely self-contained with ensuite, DVD player and independent access - a love nest/kids' den as you see fit. Cleaning / Towels / Linen / Maid service: Quality linen and towels (not beach towels) are included. The cottage is cleaned spotlessly before your arrival; midweek cleaning/linen change on request.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 7
Minimum age of primary renter:
- English, French, Spanish, Italian
I grew up in Cornwall, spent much of my childhood in Little Trentinney and now live a couple of valleys away. My grandparents fell in love with the cottage in the 1960s - they went for a walk in the countryside and found it derelict - and bought it and moved here in the 1970s. It's a magical place - three generations of our family have enjoyed the magical views, beautiful garden and incomparable peace and quiet. While we've all lived here over the years and loved it, we took the decision to rent it out in 2011. I hope you get as much from it as we have.
Janey purchased this Cottage in 1960
Why Janey chose Saint Kew
You're so close to the coast here - Port Isaac, Polzeath and Rock are all nearby, and the nearest market town is trendy Wadebridge - but when you turn off the road onto the farm track, you're in another world. There are fields on all four sides, almost always used for grazing animals - so you're surrounded by lambs in the spring, and sheep and cattle the rest of the year. It's so quiet here that you can hear the animals cropping the grass and the stream flowing along the bottom of the valley - it's the perfect antidote to city life.
What makes this Cottage unique
You'll have free run of the large garden (and its fruit trees!) The surrounding farmland is owned by our neighbours, but there's a public footpath running through three of the fields, which will take you up to the coast at St Endellion and onto Port Isaac and Port Quin; or inland towards St Kew.