- £292 per week
- £42 per night
- 2 Guests
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- 3 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- Cooking hob
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 1 bathroom
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Travel cot
- Enclosed garden
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to ...?
- Beach 9 miles
- Pub 1.7 miles
- Shop 1.8 miles
- Countryside views
- Pony trekking/horse riding
- On one level
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Important - Please note
- Check in: 6.30pm
- Check out: 1pm
The Snug, situated in the hamlet of Trenarlett, is perfect for couples or friends looking for a peaceful base for an out and about holiday. The accommodation is more studio than cottage with a large combined bedroom/living area, all very comfortable with a high quality finish and attention to detail with a luxury super king or twin beds, en-suite with large walk-in shower, separate well equipped kitchen with space to sit and eat and your own small enclosed garden, along with use of a larger open area as you wish.
Thoughtfully converted, it may be suitable for those with limited mobility or for accompanied wheelchair users - the owners would be pleased to discuss any mobility questions directly so you can make an informed choice regarding your individual requirements. Check out additional services available via the owners.
The little farm hamlet of Trenarlett is set on the sunny side of the beautiful Camel Valley. Close to the wilds of Bodmin Moor to the East, with the dramatic North coast a short drive to the West, and limitless places of interest to explore throughout the whole county all within easy reach, you can really enjoy the best of both worlds then retreat to The Snug in this lovely peaceful location at the end of the day.
The Camel Trail begins just down the lane, providing level walking or cycling for as long or short distance as you fancy and we are triangulated by the pretty and thriving villages of St Breward, St Tudy and Blisland so one is spoilt for choice with friendly village pubs and eateries to relax and refuel in afterwards!
Cornwall's coastline and beaches are truly stunning and there are many picturesque fishing villages, wonderful gardens and historic houses to visit.
Level entrance into Kitchen/Diner: Fridge with small freezer compartment (chest freezer available for use in adjacent building), electric cooker with double oven and ceramic hob, washer/dryer, microwave, slow-cooker.
Studio Bedroom: Superking bed (6' - may be unlinked to twin 3' - please order in advance), dressing table, bedside units, wardrobe, sofa, occasional tables, wall-mounted TV, DVD/MP3 player, door to front garden.
Shower Room: Large shower cubicle, w.c., basin.
GARDEN & PARKING: Small enclosed garden, garden furniture, barbecue plus use of side and rear gardens shared with B&B guests. Access to open fronted covered area for bikes/hanging wetsuits/storing surfboards etc. Parking for 1 car (extra space available).
Changeover Day: Saturday - arrival from 6:30pm - departure by 1:00pm.
Pets Welcome: £20 per pet per week. Information about bringing your pet.Please note that dogs are not permitted on the beds or lounge furniture. Please call us if you wish to bring more than 3 dogs as this may be possible by prior arrangement.
Power and Heat: Electricity included in rent; solar pv panels; modern fully controllable electric radiators and hot water, heated towel rail shower room.
Bedding and Linen: Bed linen and towels provided (please bring your own beach towels). Please order unlinked beds in advance.
Baby Equipment: Travel cot (linen not included) available on request; other equipment may be hired - see hire page.
Shop: 1.5 mls Pub: 1.5 mls
I highly recommend The Snug is Great place for rest. Very beautiful surroundings. Owners very nice and helpful.
Love the property, Sophy and Mike great hosts. Roll on next year!
The Snug was perfect for a relaxing week away in Cornwall discovering the local area. We visited Daymer Bay and Rock which were a close drive, Perranporth and Padstow were also on the doorstep. Beautiful quiet countryside walks to Blisand and St Tudy to try out the local pubs. Would highly recommend St Tudy for an evening meal - very welcoming and the food was great!
Gorgeous property. Well equipped and extremely clean and we'll presented. It's a beautiful area with lots of amazing places to visit without having to venture to far, although some of the local roads are narrow and a bit scary. Very dog friendly
Absolutely perfect. Owners so great helpful and friendly. Would recommend them and Cornish horizons to anyone. So straight forward with booking
Fabulous quality cottages situated on farmland. Quiet, peaceful and lovely “landlords” who can’t do enough to make your stay memorable.
If ever there was a place to fully appreciate the stark beauty of the Cornish landscape, Bodmin Moor has to be it. With endless sweeping vistas in every direction, tumbled outcrops of granite, and inviting paths and tracks to explore, this area of Cornwall is a walker's paradise. The famous Jamaica Inn is sited here, with all its literary and historical associations. With plenty of sheep and moorland ponies wandering freely (be sure to keep your dog under control!) you can almost imagine you have been transported back to those bygone days. More recently, of course, the moor was used extensively for filming on the new adaptation of Poldark. When the dashing Mr Poldark gallops across your screen, you may well be seeing the scenery of the moor in the background. A large part of the moor has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. This region also has its fair share of Arthurian legends, another facet which lends a mysterious air to the landscape, and an extra depth to Cornwall's rich and varied history, and of course who can forget the rumours of the Beast of Bodmin Moor? The many other attractions, including the National Trust's Lanhydrock House, the verdant and flourishing Tamar Valley, historic sites such as castles, the Bodmin and Wenford Railway, and plenty of evidence of Cornwall's mining legacy, make this area a must-see.