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Pella is oozing with character and renovated to a high standard. Set in a peaceful location, just two miles from the historic harbour town of Fowey, it’s large south facing terrace is perfect for enjoying lunch or a BBQ on those barmy summer evenings.
You are welcomed by an open plan high beamed sitting room with a large log fire to warm any chilly evening. At the other end of the room is a well equipped kitchen diner with seating for six people.
Along a corridor, the large master bedroom with double bed, has an en-suit bathroom with a Victorian roll top bath.
Upstairs you’ll find, a shower room/toilet, the second bedroom with a double bed, a single bed and lovely views over the orchard.
Outside, the large gardens and orchard run down to a small stream making them ideal for children or pets to play. And if that isn’t enough, there is also the 12 acres of grounds and woods for walks and adventures.
Pella was once part of a medieval farming hamlet, called Little Pinnock, which dates back to the 13th century.
Now renovated to a high standard with a mixture of antique and contemporary furniture, the three remaining houses offer great holidays for those looking for a perfect peaceful retreat to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Children love the 12 acres of land with fields woods orchard and a stream. They build dens, play hide and seek in the woods and come home with rosy cheeks and hearty appetites.
Surrounded by fields full of lambs, woods filled with bluebells where you can take a picnic and sit under the tress listening to bird and the wind sing their songs. In summer the fields are full of hay bales and the hedgerows full of blackberries. In Autumn watch the leaves turn golden, brown and red with berries that you can lay your Halloween Pumpkin on. After a brazing winter walk on the cliffs come back to a log fire and all the home comforts. Enjoy the natural beauty of Cornwall with all the luxury.
Coast/Beach: Excellent coastal walks. Beaches approximately 2miles away.
Travel: Newquay Airport Half an hours drive. Port of Plymouth 40mins drive. Car recommended.
Distances: Fowey 2 miles, St Austell aprox 5 miles, Truro 20 miles, Eden Project 10 miles, Lanhydrock House 4 miles Bodmin Moor 10 miles. Other places of interest Bodmin and Wenford Railway, Charlestown shipwreck museum, Jamaica Inn. South West coastal footpath, Polkeries Beach and pub, the Saints Way, Tintagel. Shires Family Adventure Park, Dairy land, surfing and other water sports at Watergate Bay, and Padstow on the North coast.
Further Details: If you like sailing, shopping, eating, drinking, fishing, crabbing, walking, medieval and Tudor cottages, narrow steep winding streets then you will love Fowey. When you come down the hill into Fowey and see the first glimpse of the church tower, the turret that belongs to a 15th century fortified manor house and then of course that beautiful river, it just like stepping back in time. The nearest large supermarkets are in St Austell approx 15 mins but will deliver. Bank and ATM machines are available in Fowey.