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4 listed cottages on the Roseland peninsular. Dogs welcome. Moorings & dinghy park. - Barton Bothy

Overview

Property

Updated: 22-May-2017
  • Sleeps 5
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Parking
  • Garden
  • Barbecue
  • Internet
  • Dish washer
  • Washing machine
  • Linens provided
  • Bookable online

Description

Barton Bothy

Barton is an old Cornish word meaning farm. This 2 bed cottage is semi-detached but totally secluded from the main Barton House. This cosy cottage can sleep up to five guests and has wi-fi.

Bedroom 1, double bedroom with lovely views. 5' bed and wash basin. Room for a put-up bed or cot.

Bedroom 2, small twin room with 3' beds.

One bathroom with wc and shower over the bath.

Downstairs there is a glassed-in porch, for wellies and wet dog etc., and this leads into the modern kitchen/diner and this in turn leads into the sitting room with its large open fireplace, comfortable chairs, sofa and table.

Outside there is space for a car, a fenced in lawn and a paved patio. The front door, patio and lawn are all completely secluded from the farmhouse.

Gas fired central heating, and carpeted throughout.

Outside there is space for a car, a fenced in lawn and a paved patio. The front door, patio and lawn are completely private and secluded from the main farmhouse.

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About the property

E11983

The 4 listed properties of St Anthony in Roseland Cottages are all on the Place estate, on the beautiful Roseland peninsular and within walking distance of each other and the sea. In fact, apart from the 200 yards where the peninsular joins the mainland, the estate is entirely surrounded by the sea.

For groceries and pub, the nearest village is Gerrans, 3 miles up the road. Or, take the Place ferry to St Mawes for more shops and restaurants. This lands at Totties steps, which is easily accessible on foot from all 4 cottages, or park your car at the slipway.

Meadow House, sleeping 6/7 and Barton Bothy, sleeping 4/5, are on the farm and are approached along a drive off the road to St Anthony lighthouse. From both these cottages you can walk straight from the front door to three beaches along private farm track or coastal footpaths, where no cars will be met other than those belonging to the farm or estate. To walk to the nearest beaches takes about 5 to 10 minutes. Place Lodge and Lavender are about 50 yards and 100 yards respectively from the slipway and dinghy park, with miles of footpaths from the door.

Within easy reach are many famous gardens, such as The Lost Garden of Heligan and Trelissick, and of course the wonderful Eden project is just 40 minutes drive away.

Dogs are welcome in all the cottages.

Place Lodge, sleeping 5/6. Downstairs, small entrance hall and a pretty sitting room with Victorian fireplace. Tall, leaded windows let in all the afternoon and evening sunlight. Next door is a spacious kitchen diner seating 8 in comfort. Back hall, leading off which is a single bedroom, which has room for a put up bed or cot, and a cloakroom/shower with loo. Upstairs, double bedroom, twin bedroom, bathroom with loo. Outside, sunny, walled terrace with rambling roses catches the sun all day. Garden table and chairs. Lawn, large enough to kick a ball around. Hardstanding for 2 cars one behind the other.

Lavender Cottage, sleeping 2, built of Cornish stone, is our doll's house, converted from the garden potting shed, is on the corner of the Place walled garden. Ground floor, kitchen/diner with French doors onto terrace. The front door is the old original stable door and leads straight into the little sitting room with fireplace. Upstairs, bathroom with loo, shower over bath, small double bedroom, 4' bed with just room for a cot. Small terrace which is a secret and sheltered sun trap. Terrace is given privacy from the walled garden by a hurdle fence, leaning over which is an old fig tree and apple tree. A door leads through the garden wall to a car space off the road.

These 2 cottages are approximately 50 and 100 yards respectively from the slipway and dinghy park.

Up on the farm, are the other 2 cottages:

Meadow House sleeping 6 in 3 bedrooms, and 9 with put up bed and double sofa bed in sitting room. There is an extra charge for more than 7 guests, see tariff. Attractive, comfortable house with views from all the bedrooms. Very quiet and peaceful. Ground floor has spacious living room with fireplace, conservatory, kitchen/diner, utility room, cloakroom/shower/loo. Upstairs, 2 double bedrooms, 1 en-suite bathroom with loo, 1 family bathroom with loo, 2 further twin bedrooms. Outside, large fenced in lawn, terrace with chairs and table.

Barton Bothy sleeping 4 in 2 bedrooms and 5 with put up bed. Semi-detached but totally secluded from the main farmhouse in which Nicky lives. This cosy cottage has lovely views. Ground floor, glassed in porch, for wellies and wet dogs etc., kitchen/diner leading into sitting room with large open fireplace. Upstairs, large double bedroom with basin, small twin bedroom, bathroom with loo, shower over bath. Outside, fenced in lawn and paved patio, table and chairs. Parking for one car, further parking very nearby.

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About the Owner

Miranda Forrester
Member since: 2013
Speaks English
Calendar last updated:
22 May, 2017

About Miranda Forrester

The Spry Grant-Dalton family has owned the Place Estate with its church and family home for over 400 years (the church is now owned by the Church Conservation Trust). The first estate cottage was converted to a holiday let over 35 years ago, by our mother and father.

The cottage business is now run by us 2 sisters. Nicola who lives on site in Barton Farm House, and looks after the guests and the cottages, and Miranda, who deals with all the bookings and requests for information from her home in Warwickshire.

Why Miranda Forrester chose Truro & Falmouth area

This is a magical and wonderful part of Cornwall which The Sunday Times once described as ‘a world where native oysters lie concealed by seaweed and sailing times are dictated by tides that creep silently along shallow creeks’. Its safe, sandy beaches are great places to build dams and sandcastles. The walks are breathtaking with rare birds often visiting , and deer, badgers, otters, herons, buzzards, sparrow hawks, peregrine falcons, barn owls, bats are all resident. In the spring, bluebells carpet the woods and the hedgerows are filled with wild flowers.

The area is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and heritage coastline.

There are miles of coastal footpaths from your doorstep and all with spectacular views.

Swimming in the crystal clear sea is a wonderful experience

Our grown up sons still don't think there is a better place for a holiday. So many, many happy memories.

What makes this cottage unique

The 4 cottages are all set within easy walking distance of the sea on a small, private estate.

No car necessary for walks, or visits to the beach.

Children are happy to spend hours crabbing from the slipway or messing around in boats in Place Pool.

For guests with larger boats we can provide a mooring, or for smaller boats we have a private dinghy park.

The cottages are relaxed cosy and comfortable, and we won't worry if your children walk into a cottage with sandy feet, or your dogs wander in and out.

In the cooler months you can snuggle up in front of a log fire after a day out walking or exploring the area. And in the summer what better than a swim in the crystal clear sea before cooking a freshly caught mackerel on the barbeque.

Guestbook comments from the manager

2014 comments

We both just wanted to say a big thank you. We had a fantastic time in Meadow House. Absolutely loved the property and the area.

November 2014



We both agreed one of the nicest, if not the nicest, stays we've had anywhere in a long time.

October 2014



Your Lavender Cottage is such a wonderfull place. I can not see a better place to get back on the track. Walks allong the coastline, or just relaxing on the beach, or the sunset walk up to St Anthony Head, or hanging out in the little sun trapp couryard. Whatever we did, we did with great pleasure

A guest from Germany - July 2014

We had a great time and thought Barton Bothy and its location was fantastic.



Thank you Nicky and Miranda. The best holiday ever. The children were so happy as were we. The Lodge is wonderful. We'll be back next summer



some past comments :



As usual, a wonderful holiday, could we book Meadow again.



“Well, what can we say?! We both had a wonderful 2 weeks in Lavender Cottage



I was particularly struck by the peace and quiet – the silence at times was almost deafening (the only way to describe it). We would go out on the patio at night to take in the stars (and the lovely bats) and could not hear a thing! Even the Robins in the garden couldn’t wait to say hello and appeared on the fence as soon as we arrived! It was a piece of heaven on Earth!”
Nov 2013
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Guestbook comments from the manager

2014 comments

We both just wanted to say a big thank you. We had a fantastic time in Meadow House. Absolutely loved the property and the area.

November 2014



We both agreed one of the nicest, if not the nicest, stays we've had anywhere in a long time.

October 2014



Your Lavender Cottage is such a wonderfull place. I can not see a better place to get back on the track. Walks allong the coastline, or just relaxing on the beach, or the sunset walk up to St Anthony Head, or hanging out in the little sun trapp couryard. Whatever we did, we did with great pleasure

A guest from Germany - July 2014

We had a great time and thought Barton Bothy and its location was fantastic.



Thank you Nicky and Miranda. The best holiday ever. The children were so happy as were we. The Lodge is wonderful. We'll be back next summer



some past comments :



As usual, a wonderful holiday, could we book Meadow again.



“Well, what can we say?! We both had a wonderful 2 weeks in Lavender Cottage



I was particularly struck by the peace and quiet – the silence at times was almost deafening (the only way to describe it). We would go out on the patio at night to take in the stars (and the lovely bats) and could not hear a thing! Even the Robins in the garden couldn’t wait to say hello and appeared on the fence as soon as we arrived! It was a piece of heaven on Earth!”
Nov 2013
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Notes

SPECIAL OFFERS

BARTON BOTHY
Discount of £30.00 for 2 continuous weeks booked in July and August.

Changeover day is Friday. Arrival time after 3.00pm Departure by 10.00am

Prices exclude electricity/heating. Meters are read in each cottage at the start and end of the holiday and guests pay their account before leaving.

If guests wish, linen can be provided and beds made up for arrival for £16.00 per bed, per week.

2 dogs are free of charge, over 2 is £15 per dog which is left in the cottage for the caretaker

Mooring and dinghy park fees are paid for in Cornwall. Please ask for the rates.

Short breaks are available depending on time of year as priority is given to full week bookings.

Christmas and New Year are priced per day, with a minimum price of 5 days.

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Location

From the Owner

This is a magical and wonderful part of Cornwall which The Sunday Times once described as ‘a world where native oysters lie concealed by seaweed and sailing times are dictated by tides that creep silently along shallow creeks’. Its safe, sandy beaches are great places to build dams and sandcastles. The walks are breathtaking with rare birds often visiting , and deer, badgers, otters, herons, buzzards, sparrow hawks, peregrine falcons, barn owls, bats are all resident. In the spring, bluebells carpet the woods and the hedgerows are filled with wild flowers. The area is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and heritage coastline. There are miles of coastal footpaths from your doorstep and all with spectacular views. Swimming in the crystal clear sea is a wonderful experience Our grown up sons still don't think there is a better place for a holiday. So many, many happy memories.

Activity and Interests

Nearest Airport : Newquay at 27 Miles Nearest Barpub : nearest pub in Portscatho at 3 Miles Nearest Ferry : foot ferry to St Mawes from slipway at 200 Metres Nearest Train : St Austell at 18 Miles Nearest Restaurant : in St Mawes at 8 Miles Nearest Beach : Beaches are all within walking distance at 100 Metres Car: necessary

Coast/Beach:

The main beaches are all a short walk from the cottages. Cellars beach is on the flat, and children love it, this goes out to mud at low tide. Molunnan is accessible by boat, or a short and easy climb down the rocks and is sandy even at low tide. Porthbeor beach is accessible by boat and has wonderful rock pools. Towan beach is a National Trust beach, is sandy and easy to reach, a few minutes drive from the cottages and is popular with families and dog walkers.

Travel:

Car is essential to get to the property, but while there all shopping could be done by using the local foot ferry.

Nearest airport is Newquay: 27 miles

Nearest station is St Austell: 19 miles - 1st Great Western from Paddington station, London

From channel port, Dover: 340 miles, 6 hours approx

Distances:

Portscatho 3 miles

St Mawes 8 miles or 20 minutes by foot ferry

King Harry Ferry 7 miles

Truro 17 miles

Eden Project 18 miles

The Lost Gardens of Heligan 15 miles

Lands End 55 miles

Minack Theatre 55 miles

Further Details:

St Mawes is a very pretty fishing village which attracts many overseas and local yachtsman, and has several good pubs and restaurants, including The Tresanton, Idle Rocks, Victory Inn and Rising Sun. It also has a small supermarket, bakery, butcher, bank and post office. A foot ferry runs every 30 minutes, for most of the year, from Place to St Mawes.

Portscatho, 3 miles up the lane, has a pub, a good independent village shop selling fresh bread, pastries and pasties and an excellent butcher and a post office.

Within easy reach are many famous gardens, including Caerhayes Castle, Trelissick, Trewithen, and The Lost Gardens of Heligan.

Walking: The area attracts people who love walking and getting away from it all. The South West Coast path follows the coast, and the walking is fairly easy.

Boating: Moorings and dinghy park available. Also boat storage and launching slipway.

Facilities

From the Owner

The 4 cottages are all set within easy walking distance of the sea on a small, private estate. No car necessary for walks, or visits to the beach. Children are happy to spend hours crabbing from the slipway or messing around in boats in Place Pool. For guests with larger boats we can provide a mooring, or for smaller boats we have a private dinghy park. The cottages are relaxed cosy and comfortable, and we won't worry if your children walk into a cottage with sandy feet, or your dogs wander in and out. In the cooler months you can snuggle up in front of a log fire after a day out walking or exploring the area. And in the summer what better than a swim in the crystal clear sea before cooking a freshly caught mackerel on the barbeque.

Property Type

  • cottage

Theme

  • Away From It All
  • Family

General

  • Fireplace ...
  • Heating ...
  • Internet ...
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Parking ...
  • Washing Machine

Kitchen

  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Hob
  • Toaster

Dining

  • Child's Highchair
  • Dining Area

Entertainment

  • Books
  • DVD Player
  • Television

Location Type

  • beach
  • near the sea
  • rural
  • waterfront

Attractions

  • bay
  • churches
  • marina

Leisure Activities

  • beachcombing
  • bird watching
  • paddle boating
  • walking

Sports & Adventure Activities

  • fishing
  • hiking
  • sailing
  • diving
  • snorkelling
  • bay fishing
  • swimming
  • water skiing
  • wind-surfing

Bathrooms

  • Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath with Shower

Bedrooms

  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 5
  • Bedroom 1 - 1 Large Double Bed, there is room for a put up bed in the main bedroom
  • Bedroom 2 - 2 Single Bed

Outside

  • Boat ...
  • Terrace
  • Kayak / Canoe ...
  • Garden
  • Barbecue

Meals

  • Self-catering

House Rules

  • Max. occupancy: 5
  • pets considered ...
  • children welcome

Notes:

  • Notes on accommodation: All the cottages are equipped with Electric cooker Microwave oven Fridge freezer Dishwasher Washing machine TV with DVD player Barbeque Garden table and chairs We can provide cots and highchairs Outside: All the cottages have gardens as well as patios, apart from Lavender which only has a terrace. Each cottage is supplied with garden furniture, including a table and chairs and barbeque. Each cottage has off road parking A deepwater or tidal mooring in Place Pool can be arranged for a small fee. Sailing dinghies and tenders can be kept on the dinghy park, also for a small fee. Boats can be launched from the slipway, but there is a width limitation, so very large boats should be launhed elsewhere.

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