The 4 listed properties of St Anthony in Roseland Cottages are all on the Place estate, on the beautiful Roseland peninsular and within walking distance of each other and the sea. In fact, apart from the 200 yards where the peninsular joins the mainland, the estate is entirely surrounded by the sea.
Meadow House, sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms and up to 9 using the sofa bed and a put up bed. (there is an extra charge for more than 7 guests, see tariff). It is carpeted throughout and has oil fired central heating.
Upstairs there is a large double bedroom, with room for an extra bed or cots, with a 5' bed and an en-suite bathroom. There are 2 further bedrooms with twin beds, one of which also has room for a put-up-bed, and a family bathroom and airing cupboard.
Downstairs is a large sitting room with an open fireplace, and a small conservatory furnished with a table and garden chairs, which gets the sun all day from about 11.00am. There is a double sofa bed in the sitting room, for extra guests.
There is a bright, sunny kitchen, refurbished March 2019, a hall, cloakroom, shower room and utility room, useful for wet dogs and wellies.
Outside there is a terrace and large, fenced in garden, with plenty of room for games of football and running around.
Guests in Meadow House have the advantage of being able to drive their car through the farm and park above Molunnan beach. Elderly guests and those with young children find this useful.
Meadow House is on the farm and is approached along a drive off the road to St Anthony lighthouse.
It has wonderful views from all the bedrooms and is very quiet and peaceful. From this cottage you can walk straight from the front door to two beaches along private farm track or coastal footpaths, where no cars will be met other than those belonging to the farm or estate. To walk to the nearest beaches takes about 5 to 10 minutes.
For groceries and pub, the nearest village is Gerrans, 3 miles up the road. Or, take the Place ferry to St Mawes for more shops and restaurants. This lands at Totties steps, which is easily accessible on foot from all 4 cottages, or park your car at the slipway.
Within easy reach are many famous gardens, such as The Lost Garden of Heligan and Trelissick, and of course the wonderful Eden project is just 40 minutes drive away.
Dogs are welcome in all the cottages.
For those with boats there is a dinghy park, and moorings are available.Get the full listing »