|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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Pretty Quirky cottage for up to 2 adults and 1 infant. Kingsize bed with high quality bedding. Well equipped kitchen and dining area. Seating for 4, Dining table chairs, and 26" TV with dvd player. Lovely shower room with toilet and wash basin .Outside the little garden has chairs and table plus a BBQ.Bath,hand and tea towels are provided as is the bedlinen. Cot and high chair available.The cottage has a private parking space. The price includes electricity.
Situated on quiet lane but within easy reach of all amenities. These 2 cottages are newly renovated and are really quirky. The interiors are finished to a high standard but topped of by vintage features. Both cottages have a grassed area for outside dining with BBQ, a log burner for those cosy nights in and are equipped for all year use. Cosy Cottage Spring Cottage is an ideal getaway for couples who want to see the best of the Lizard Peninsula. Sleeping two in a large double bed, the cottage comes with high quality quilts, bedding, and towels, everything you need for a perfect night in after a day exploring the picturesque local area. There is a lovely shower room, fully equipped kitchen, comfy sofa with log burner. There is a garden area with table and chairs and BBQ allowing you to make the most of the summer or winter months and enjoy your stay in this lovely cottage. Awaiting you will be a delicious Cornish cream tea and if you would like me to book you a table at the local hos
We moved here in June 2012 after running our own business in Northampton. We have loved this area so took the plunge and moved to start a new chapter in our lives.
Elizabeth Tate purchased this cottage in 2012
We have holidayed here for 20+ years to to move here was a dream come true. This property became available and we saw the potential to be able to facilitate others to have wonderful holidays on The Lizard Peninsular. Cadgwith is such a pretty unspoilt village and to be able to pop down to this and all the other lovely coves whenever we like is wonderful. Our dogs certainly appreciate the walks.
Little Trethvas is off the beaten track but near to the road system on the Lizard to reach other places easily.
Little Trethvas is off the beaten track but near to the road system on the Lizard to reach other places easily. We have the Helford river with spectacular walks along hidden creeks or hire a boat for the day and sail up them. Every beach and cove is different with options to try something different.
The cottages have a real uniqueness about them and we will help in anyway we can for you to get the best out of your holiday as we live a few yards down the drive so you can knock on the door if you want information.
Please either email or ring me to make a booking. 25% is due on booking with the balance due 6 weeks before arrival. I can take card payments over the phone.
The changeover day is Saturdays but on less busy weeks this is flexible.
Departures are 10.30am Arrival is 2pm but again can be flexible if possible.
Notes on prices:
Feel free to enquire for nightly rates on other weeks as they might not be booked for the whole week.
The cottage is beautifully decorated, and very comfortable for the two of us. We were made to feel very welcome by Liz when we arrived and felt very comfortable at all times on site.
The location is fab and feels nice and remote and we were were able to walk to local villages such as Lizard and Cadgwith, as well as local sites like Kynance Cove and Lizard Point.
Fresh eggs are literally across the road at the farm opposite, £1.20 for half a dozen.
Best of luck to Liz and her husband in their adventure, the set up you have here is excellent and it's almost a certainty we'll be back!
What a fantastic time to visit Cornwall, made even more special by the lovely accomodation and welcome provided by Liz & Mike. We were greeted with twinkling Christmas lights, inside & out. A warm cosy cottage, fresh flowers & a lovely cream tea, which was a real treat. Wellspring was everything as promised.
It was an ideal base to explore the Lizard Peninsula and beyond. The weather provided wonderfully rough seas and crisp winter sunshine.
Fishing villages had joined in with the Christmas spirit and had adorned their streets and harbours with magical displays of Christmas lights. Mousehole was celebrating the 50th Anniversary of theirs! Fantastic restaurant there too called 2 Fore St.
We visited the usual haunts, like Padstow and St Ives, but without the usual struggle of fighting against the crowds and for a parking space.