Coachman's is a lovely cottage within St Nectan's Glen, a wooded valley of outstanding natural beauty, one mile from Tintagel in Cornwall. This property sleeps two people and has a mezzanine double bedroom as well as a ground floor family bathroom. The cottage also has an open plan sitting room and with dining area and woodburning stove, plus a kitchen. Outside this cottage, there is ample off road parking and shared use of a lawned garden and patio with garden furniture and stream. Coachman's is a cosy romantic retreat and is perfect for exploring the area.
Mezzanine double bedroom with limited headroom, due to vaulted roof. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove in stone fireplace.
Night storage heaters with woodburning stove. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, TV with FreeSat and Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi. Coin-operated washing machine and tumble dryer in communal utility room. Starter pack of fuel provided for woodburning stove, extra logs available at £3 per bag. Electricity inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Shared use of lawned garden and patio with garden furniture and stream. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pubs 1 mile. Note: No babies/children. Note: Check-in time from 4.30pm.
The ruins of King Arthur's Castle stand high on the cliffs just outside the historic Cornish town of Tintagel. It is a place of myth, legend and romantic associations, set against a backdrop of craggy rocks, hidden coves and swirling seas. Tintagel is a welcoming place for all visitors, with several attractive pubs, restaurants and specialist shops. The South West Coast Path is at its most impressive here, and can be walked in either direction. The pretty village of Boscastle can be found a couple of miles northwards along the path. The sea in these parts is a surfer's delight, and several beaches are in easy reach of Tintagel. Just 15 miles away is the popular resort of Bude, and other places which are well worth a visit are Bodmin Moor (with its spooky Jamaica Inn) and the world-famous Eden Project.
Cornwall's visitors are constantly tempted back to the beautiful coastline, tiny fishing villages, hidden coves and the world-class surfing. Whatever the reason, Cornwall has long cemented its place as one of Britain's premier holiday destinations.