Milly May

This beautifully presented holiday cottage is situated in a select development of characteristic Cornish stone barn conversions and is ideally situated for exploring all that Cornwall has to offer and is just a couple of minutes drive to the 3 miles of golden sands at Perranporth. Free WiFi.SLEEPS: 4

  • CHANGE-OVER DAY: SATURDAY
  • PETS: NO
  • WiFi: YES
  • TOWELS: YES
  • BEDROOMS: 2

Accommodation information:
The cottage, which has been refurbished and equipped to a high standard, faces the central lawned area. The spacious accommodation comprises an open-plan ground floor - the fully fitted kitchen area has ceramic-tiled floor, attractive light wood, Shaker-style, units and includes built-in dishwasher, washer/dryer, full size electric oven and hob, microwave, etc. The living area has a solid wood floor and is furnished with quality leather sofa and chairs, wall mounted, flat screen digital TV, DVD & Hi-fi. Dining table and chairs for 4 people set in the bay window. Stairs lead to the first floor - the master bedroom is furnished with a quality double bed, bedside table and lamps and built-in wardrobes with shelving. The 2nd bedroom has quality 3' twin beds, bedside tables and lamps and built-in wardrobe. The bathroom has a ceramic tiled floor, white, fully tiled walls and white suite comprising bath with electric shower, washbasin, WC and heated towel rail. There are electric wall heaters throughout. Bed Linen, Towels and Electricity are included in the price. All our properties are non smoking.

Description
Private court-yard parking. A large pub/restaurant is located just across the road serving food and refreshments all day. Two attractions very close by and worth a visit are Healeys Cider Farm - free tasting of cider, mead and jams and lots of interesting farm animals as well as tractor rides around the orchards. Callestick Ice Cream is just along the road and both of these attractions serve food all day. The lovely old world Bolingey Inn is just 1/2 mile away and serves great food and real ales. Perranporth itself has plenty to entertain the visitor - various water sports with surf lessons and surf hire available, as well as tennis courts, fantastic golf course set in the dunes, horse-riding with rides across the beach. The village has a good selection of restaurants, pubs and shops.

Perranporth is very centrally located in Cornwall to explore the rest of the county. Truro, our cathedral city is about 8 miles away and well worth a day trip. Padstow to the north, home to Rick Steins’ Seafood Restaurant and St Ives to the west where you can visit the Tate galleryare both only 30 minutes by car as is Falmouth on the south coast where you could see anything from small yachts to cruise ships and everything in between!