Corner Cottage provides charming and comfortable accommodation with a great deal of character. We continue to update and modernise inside and out. There are double glazed windows throughout and under floor heating in the kitchen.
Treen is a peaceful hamlet surrounded by National Trust owned coastline where a 20 twenty minute walk will take you to the ‘Logan Rock’ and the spectacular Pedn-y-Vounder beach beyond. While Pedny is a bit of a scramble to reach, nearby Porthcurno, Porthchapel and Porthgwarra beaches are easily accessible by car and for those with young children. Sennen Cove (less than five miles away) is famous for its fantastic beach and surfing opportunities.
In Treen the ‘Logan Rock’ pub is a 30 yard stroll, as is the Treen Local Produce Cafe and Shop – recommended in “The Times”. Apart from fantastic food, the cafe is promoting local produce. In addition local meat, vegetables and bread are available at the Treen Campsite shop (owned and run by Gill and Kevin Hall), along with beach goods and other essentials including an off licence open between 8am and 8pm between April and November.
Ground Floor: Bright, airy and spacious Lounge/Diner: Feature granite fireplace, electric fire, night storage heater, flat screen TV, DVD player, CD system. Docking system for IPod. Free WiFi connection available. There is a comfy Tetrad sofa and 2 armchairs and footstool. In the dining area there is an extendable table with 6 dining chairs and 2 carvers. A pine dresser accommodates a wide selection of books, videos, jigsaw puzzles and games.
Kitchen: Ceramic hob and oven, microwave, fridge freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, heated towel rail, night storage heater, door to rear shared garden and private patio.
First Floor: Bedroom One: Two single pine frame beds, oil-filled radiator, and flat screen TV/DVD player.
Bedroom Two: Five foot metal frame kingsize bed, oil-filled radiator.
Bathroom: Bath with instant electric shower over, basin and WC, airing cupboard, oil filled radiator.
Outside: Communal rear garden shared with three other cottages. At the end of the garden there is a private patio with a “bistro” table and chairs and a wooden pew – reclaimed from a local Chapel. To front there is a small area with pretty flower tubs. Parking outside or in nearby car park.
Shops: It’s just a few yards to the Local Produce Cafe and Shop – this fantastic establishment is recommended in “The Times” Local Produce Campaign. Run by Adele, the cafe sells and serves delicious food almost entirely locally produced (and homemade) – all in Cornwall and most within nine miles. This includes artisan bread; elderflower wine; Polgoon fruit juices; yogurts; jams and marmalades and Cornish cheeses.
Local meat, vegetables and bread are available at the Treen Campsite shop (owned and run by Gill and Kevin Hall), along with beach goods and other essentials including an off licence open between 8am and 8pm between April and November.
There is a small supermarket in St Buryan (two miles away – where the 14th century church is well worth a visit).
Please Note: Smoking is not allowed inside the property. One small controlled dog welcome.