The spacious lounge has two sumptuous sofas, original beamed ceiling, and an oak staircase. The cosy window seat is ideal to enjoy the morning sun with a cuppa.
The cottage is tucked away down a quiet lane just off the village square. Probus is home to a lovely 15th century church, with the highest bell tower in Cornwall!
The kitchen has a big SMEG fridge freezer, complete with cold-drinks storage – ideal for your summer BBQs.
The well equipped kitchen was refitted in 2013, and includes a dishwasher, washing machine and microwave, along with an extending farmhouse table for family sized meals.
The main bedroom has a king size bed, and is a generously sized room with ample space for a travel cot and lots more! Throughout the cottage you will find delightful character features, including solid oak ledge and brace doors.
Crisp white Egyptian cotton bed-linen, a cosy throw, and comfy mattress toppers too! All beds have high quality, low allergy pillows & quilt. The bright and fresh single bedrooms are both a generous size.
The west facing conservatory catches the afternoon sun, perfect to relax and enjoy a Cornish Cream Tea, or a sundowner at the end of a hard day on the beach!
The cast iron log burner is treat to snuggle up and enjoy on an autumn or winter’s evening!
Just 6 miles to sweeping sandy beaches on the Southern Coast, Roseland Pennisula. Children will also love the numerous rock pools and skimming pebbles at Portholland or Pentewan Bay. Surfers will love Perranporth or Newquay on the North coast.
The Eden project is a must see – gold winner of the Tourist Board’s Attraction of the Year 2014! Endless more opportunities for days out include National Trust Trelissick or Trerice, Lost Gardens of Heligan & the pretty fishing village of Mevagissey.
The cottage is ideally located to enjoy Cornwall’s beaches, but also the Cornish capital city of Truro with its artisan shops, restaurants and theatre. Regular bus services to Truro run till late evening from the village square, leave the car at home!
The Hawkins Arms in Probus, a real village pub with a warm welcome, Cornish Ale from the local St Austell Bewery and great food.
Cornwall’s coast provides walkers with endless magnificent vistas, this image was taken along the Lizard coast. Cyclists will love the World Heritage trails, and the Pentewan off-road coastal cycle trail to Mevagissey.
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“Two weeks were not enough to see this lovely part of Cornwall. The cottage was exceptional in all ways – so comfortable to stay in. Thank you for the scones and Cornish cream when we arrived. Some suggestions for food and pub lunches – The Gaverne Inn – Port Gaverne, The Lugger – Portloe, The Blisland Inn – Blisland, The Crown Inn – Lanlivery. And of course the Hawkins Arms – Probus, for a great Sunday roast. Port Isaac is well worth a visit as is Mevagissey, St Mawes and Fowey. Saw some scenes of “Doc Martin” being filmed for the new series at Port Isaac. Probus is a lovely friendly village aided by good shops (The Farm Shop and the off licence) and the pub and chippy. Many thanks Lucy for your care and attention.”
Dell & Ted Shaw, Sydney, Australia, Mar-Apr 2015
“We had a lovely stay. The cottage is well equipped and furnished to meet all our needs. Thank you Lucy for a spotless cottage, the very helpful information and the wonderful cream tea and Valentines biscuits, perfect for our arrival on Valentines day! My daughter and granddaughter (2 years old) stayed too so the games were appreciated.”
Tennants, Saddleworth, Lancashire,
“We have had a truly lovely stay over Christmas/New Year. Thank you Lucy for thinking of everything and the lovely scones, cream and jam. Can recommend Zannah’s cakes and great food at the local Hawkins Arms”
Lorna, Brian, Lucy & George Simpson, Cheltenham, Glos, Jan 2015