*Booking direct is about 20% cheaper than using an online booking agency*
Surrounded by farmland and rollings hills, ‘Sunflowers’ is an ideal spot for a 'get-away-from-it-all' break for those looking for a peaceful retreat.
Or for family groups, there’s plenty of space for the kids to run around, both indoors and outside - with many lovely beaches, woodland walks and tourist attractions nearby.
The barn can easily sleep 5 (or possibly 6) in its three bedrooms. One (or two) lightweight full-size single divan beds can be added when required.
The front door leads into a large beamed living area with an open view over unspoilt countryside. Outside is a lawn with a picnic table where you can sit and enjoy the same view. This room has comfortable leather settees, fast wi-fi, 32" TV, DVD player and music centre at one end and a modern, well-equipped kitchen and dining area at the other. Just four steps lead up to the large family bathroom and twin bedroom.
On the upper floor is the master bedroom with a king-size bed, en-suite with shower and a door opening onto an upper level patio with outside furniture and a lawned garden. There is also a spacious single bedroom on this floor. All bedrooms have TV.
Parking space is available for two cars.
'Sunflowers' is situated in a quiet part of Cornwall in the small hamlet of Trelowia.
The picturesque, bustling harbour town of Looe is just 4 miles away, with a myriad of shops, pubs, cafes and a lovely sandy beach. From here you can take a boat trip along the coast to the quaint fishing village of Polperro.
Seaton Beach is just a 3.5 mile drive down a beautiful valley - or a 50 minute walk through spectacular woodland and riverside nature reserve. The steep hill on your return will keep you fit!
Both Seaton and Looe beaches are popular and ideal for small children. There are many quieter beaches nearby including stunningly beautiful Lantic Bay and expansive, spectacular Whitsand Bay.
Treddinick farm shop and café (which does excellent breakfasts and cream teas) is just ¾ of a mile down the lane. There it joins the main road, giving easy access to many local tourist attractions, including The Eden Project (30 mins) and The Lost Gardens of Heligan (under one hour).
The Copley Arms, in nearby Hessenford, has a good reputation for food - and plenty of outdoor seating.
There’s a popular surf school at Whitsand Bay and golf, fishing (on lakes or at sea), canoeing, kayaking and paddle-boarding are also available locally.
Terms: If you have to cancel, I'll give a full refund (less standard £15 booking fee) if other holidaymakers can be found to fill your dates - or you can change dates for no cost, subect to availability. If the new dates are high season and more expensive, you'll be asked to pay the difference.