There are four large double bedrooms (two en suite), two twin rooms and a further three bathrooms. A cot or extra bed can be provided in any of the rooms if required.
An Aga warms the large, farmhouse kitchen, which also has a conventional, electric oven and hob as well as a large fridge, microwave and dishwasher. The freezer, washing machine and dryer are in the adjacent utility room.
There is a wood-burning stove in the lounge where the huge north-facing window and high ceiling are evidence of its previous use as the artist's studio. Facing south are a smaller window and French doors leading to the sun-filled conservatory, where a grape vine offers dappled shade throughout the summer.
Beyond this is the private garden with barbecue, and table and chairs for 12. At the side of the garden is the games room, with table tennis table and an audio visual system where visitors can watch sky TV, play movies and connect up their own devices to play games or listen to their own playlists. This room can also be cleared to make an open, empty space, making it ideal for workshops and retreats.
The smaller Rosemerryn Cottage stands in its own private garden. It comprises one double bedroom, one twin bedroom, a lounge with open fireplace, a kitchen/dining room and bathroom with bath and shower. There is a sofa bed in the lounge and a cot or extra bed can be added to either of the bedrooms if required.
A small Rayburn range in the kitchen keeps the cottage cosy and is useful for heating food slowly rather than proper cooking, for which there is an electric hob and oven, as well as a microwave. There is also a larder fridge, a freezer and a washing machine.
Both properties are centrally heated and all heating and electricity costs are included in the price.
Regrettably dogs cannot be accommodated at Rosemerryn although we welcome them at Rosemerryn Cottage. Since neither the garden nor the wood is enclosed, they will need to be kept on a lead when outside.
From Rosemerrynwood you can follow the stream down through the Lamorna Valley, past the local pub, The Wink, to Lamorna Cove, an tiny harbour where granite from the nearby quarry was once loaded onto ships. The quarry long since closed, in recent years the harbour wall has been almost destroyed, battered by Atlantic waves, and the only ships to set sail from the cove now are kayaks, fishing dinghies or the occasional rib taking scuba divers out to explore. At low tide, there is a small harbour beach, and a café above it overlooks the sea. Beautiful beaches at Porthcurno, Porthchapel and Sennen are just a ten to fifteen minute drive away.