Creek View - sleeps 4
Trevallion Park, Feock TR3 6RS
At a glance
- Saturday Changeover
- Wonderful views over Restronguet Creek
- 2 bedrooms, sleeps 4
- 1 travel cot and a high chair for a child under 2
- Bungalow style cottage
- Accommodation all on one level
- Dog friendly
- Parking for 2 cars
- Private garden
- Garden to rear enclosed
- Free wifi access
Creek View is a single storey cottage in the picturesque village of Feock. The cottage has stunning water views over Restronguet Creek which can be enjoyed from the living room, master bedroom and the patio.
Creek View is ideally located, only a few miles from Falmouth and the city of Truro. Walkers, cyclists and dog lovers will find the location ideal, as you can easily walk or drive to Loe Beach and The Old Quay Inn at Devoran, which have great food (Loe Beach has food during the Spring and Summer only) and are dog friendly. Local shops can be found two miles away at Playing Place and Carnon Downs.
The beautiful National Trust gardens of Trelissick are two miles away, right next to The King Harry Ferry where you can quickly reach The Roseland Peninsula and enjoy its sandy beaches, beautiful landscape and attractions at St Mawes or make a trip to Portscatho to enjoy a coastal walk and a superb lunch at The Hidden Hut.
Why the owner loves Creek View...
"Creek View has been a family home and a much-loved holiday retreat for three generations. When we arrive, that first view across the water is our cue to relax and forget the rush of normal life for a while. It is time to rediscover favourite activities such as the trip along the miners' tramway - with a stop at the Old Quay Inn, of course! We love to visit the many delightful gardens such as nearby Trelissick, subtropical Glendurgan and the romantic Lost Gardens of Heligan.
The more energetic members of our family enjoy golf at Killiow, watersports at nearby Loe Beach and cycling the Bissoe Trail to the north coast. Being between Truro and Falmouth, we have the choice of two lively but very different centres, offering theatre, cinema, museums, art galleries and some excellent pubs and restaurants. It all adds up to our perfect family holiday."
Steep driveway up to flat parking area next to house. Bungalow, suitable for guests with less mobility.
Access from patio leads into entrance hall with doors to living room, second sitting/TV room, bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen.
Living room with sitting and dining areas. Sofa, two arm chairs, flat screen TV, DVD, wood burner. Dining table and seating for 4. Wooden floor and a rug. Stunning view over the garden to Restronguet Creek.
Second Sitting Room/Snug
Sitting room overlooking the garden with Sofa, additional flat screen TV, beanbag chair, coffee table. Wooden floor and a cosy rug.
Fully fitted and well equipped spacious kitchen with dishwasher, large family fridge/freezer, microwave, low level oven, hob and view to garden. Floor tiled and on one level. Corridor to utility Room and separate shower room with WC, door to front drive from the utility area. Side door to enclosed rear garden. A fantastic family kitchen with direct access to the garden.
Utility Room and Shower Room
Washing machine, tumble dryer and sink. Space for storage and room for dog basket. Door to shower room with large enclosed shower cubicle, toilet, hand basin and shelf and cupboard storage. There is an outside door from the utility room leading to the parking area.
Bedroom 1: Double 5' (150cm) bed. Bedside tables, chest of drawers, wardrobe and view of Restronguet Creek. Carpet on floor.
Bedroom 2:Twin 3' (90cm) beds. Bedside tables, chest of drawers, wardrobe and view of garden. Carpet on floor.
Family bathroom: Bath with shower over, sink, toilet, heated towel rail, storage.
Shower Room: Large enclosed shower, toilet, hand basin and storage.
Creek View has an interesting, mature and well planted garden with a south facing patio enjoying elevated views over Restronguet Creek. To the front and south there is a sloping lawn leading to the road. There is also an enclosed garden to the rear of the cottage. The garden maintenance should take place on changeover day, however sometimes (in the case of inclement weather) it is necessary for the gardener to visit midweek.