This is a romantic bolt-hole in a lovely rural spot. It’s the small things that make all the difference at David and Elizabeth’s charming cottage: a breadmaker and fresh coffee for the kitchen, handmade soaps for the bath, cream tea on arrival, coal and wood for the multi burner stove and wellies for walks in the countryside.
The house is a showcase for the soft furnishings business Elizabeth runs from a workroom on the farm so there’s plenty of her handiwork on display. She and David live next door but leave you to roam the grounds; there are horses to meet, vegetables to pick, a wildlife pond to peer into and a Victorian summerhouse for afternoon tea or a glass of wine.
From every window you’ll see the garden – 25 acres of secluded land, including an orchard, just for you to explore. For a bit of hubbub, walk to Penzance in just ten minutes or stroll a couple of minutes to the village pub.