Creekside is set in an idyllic location at the head of the Helford River. The cottage has been lovingly restored and decorated to the highest standard with every modern convenience, whilst retaining character features including an ornamental Cornish range. With its pretty cottage garden and wonderful views across the tidal creek, Creekside is ideally situated to explore the Lizard peninsula with its sandy beaches, picturesque fishing coves, and there are some wonderful walks and public gardens on your doorstep, as well as an excellent pub within 50 yards. The cottage has the benefit of two parking spaces directly in front of the cottage.
ACCOMMODATION: GROUND FLOOR: porch with marble tiled floor leading into large LOUNGE/DINING ROOM: attractive spacious room with traditional Cornish range, TV, DVD player and CD player with ipod docking station, solid ash floor, original sash windows with shutters, large dining table and chairs. KITCHEN: with solid beech worktops, Belfast sink, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. SUN ROOM: with washing machine. French doors lead onto the rear COURTYARD: with table, chairs and barbecue. DOUBLE BEDDED and BUNK BEDDED ROOMS: with views over the creek. DOUBLE BEDDED ROOM: with brass bed (access from one side only). BATHROOM: with freestanding roll top bath, mixer over bath, WC and washbasin. GARDEN: quaint cottage-style front garden with seating. REAR COURTYARD: with table, chairs and barbecue. HEATING: oil fired. SPECIAL NOTES: the garden slopes gently and there are several steps leading up to the cottage. Towels are provided. Travel cot and high chair available. Security Deposit: £100. For customer reviews click the Guest Book button above.
06 March 2015
I have no hesitation recommending this cottage. For us, the location was perfect. The cottage is warm, the beds are comfortable - we felt at home right away. The children were safe to wander to the shop and green area.
20 September 2014
Creekside is a fantastic little terraced cottage in a lovely Cornish village - very close to the shop, which sells lovely fresh bread and all the essentials. The pub is really close by, with good food and beers. On arrival there was a cream tea and fresh flowers, which was very welcoming. The cottage is light and airy and had everything we needed. All in all we had a lovely time and thoroughly enjoyed our visit.
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