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2 Bedroom (Sleeps 5) Apartment in Looe
Grist Mill at Fox Valley Cottages- apartment with garden and valley views
At a glance: Child Friendly, Pet Friendly, Wifi, Parking, Hot Tub.
Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and
You pay NO BOOKING FEES when booked using this web-site and get free payment protection.
Grist Mill Is an upstairs apartment with views across the garden and Westwards over the Fowey Valley and towards the Cornish Alps. It sleeps up to 5 people and has an exposed stone wall and open granite fireplace for a cosy atmosphere. Grist mill forms part of Fox Valley Cottages; a small complex comprising 11 holiday cottages/apartments in the countryside hamlet of Trenewan, just 3 miles from Polperro & 15 minutes drive from Looe Harbour.
Grist Mill while retaining its original Features & open fire offers the a dishwasher, microwave as well as cooker, linen, towels & tea towels, bath with overhead shower, hair Dryer & clock.
On site we have an indoor swimming pool, hot tub & sauna. A games room with pool table & table tennis. We also have a Laundry room with washing machines, tumble dryer, and ironing facilities, there is also a public telephone.
Most of the old estates of Cornwall were self-sufficient in their beer and cider-making. It must have helped on the long winter evenings! They would typically have a hop garden and several fields of grist or malt. Lanlawren was no exception. The grist and corn mills were fed by Peakswater and are referred to in the 13th Century records. The original Hop House had a keystone dated 1601.