• Stithians Lake, with its wealth of wildlife and watersports facilities, is a short distance from this beautifully-converted barn ideally positioned mid way between the north and south Cornish coasts.

You can book this property from:

  • £357 per week
  • £51 per night
  • 3 Star

Features

Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 2 double beds

Appliances

  • Oven
  • Cooking hob
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Dishwasher

Bathrooms

  • 1 WC (in total)
  • Towels provided

Families

  • Family friendly

Outdoors

  • Garden or courtyard
  • Private parking
  • Rural location

How far to ...?

  • Beach 10 miles
  • Pub 1.5 miles
  • Shop 5 miles

Special Features

  • Welcome pack
  • Countryside views

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling
  • Watersports
  • Fishing
  • Pony trekking/horse riding

Accessibility

  • Ground floor WC
  • Ground floor bath/shower room

Important - Please Note

House Rules

  • Check in: 7:00pm
  • Check out: 9:00am

  To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.

Description

Greenbells is a converted stone-built barn next door to the owner's home and set in a peaceful location, in a tiny hamlet in central Cornwall. A 10 mile drive will take you to the north coast, which is popular for surfing, and with long, beautiful, sandy beaches and stunning coastal paths. It is equidistant to the south coast with its picturesque, hidden coves and tranquil sailing waters of the Fal Estuary and River Helford.

The area is perfect for exploring Cornwall's peninsulas and just a short distance away is Stithians Lake and Water Sports Centre offering sailing, wind surfing, paddle boarding and canoeing, as well as delightful wildlife and lakeside walks. The area has numerous cycle trails and bikes can be hired locally. The award-winning pub - The Golden Lion Inn, whose good food and hospitality draws people to it, is a comfortable stroll away through country lanes.

GROUND FLOOR:
Kitchen/Diner: Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, dining table and chairs, door to outside seating area
Lounge: Sofa and easy chair, occasional table, TV, DVD player
Shower Room: Walk-in mains-fed shower, WC, basin and heated towel rail.

FIRST FLOOR:
Bedroom 1:
Superking bed (6' - may be unlinked to form 3' twins), bedside units, built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers
Bedroom 2: Superking bed (6' - may be unlinked to form 3' twins), bedside units, built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers

GARDEN & PARKING: Private parking for many vehicles, including campers etc. Outdoor seating area with garden furniture.

Changeover Day: Saturday - arrival: 4:00pm - departure: 10:00am
Pets Welcome: Maximum 1; £35 per week
Power and Heat: Electricity included in rent, electric heating
Bedding and Linen: Pillows & duvets included; bed linen and towels provided (please bring your own beach towels); Please order unlinked beds in advance.
Baby Equipment: No baby equipment is provided. Some may be hired - see hire page.
Shop: 5 ml Pub: 1.5 ml

NOTES: No smoking.  Mobile phone reception varies. Information about mobile phone coverage.

Map

Based around a thriving harbour Falmouth is gateway to the beautiful Fal River which runs through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The town is famous for its creative buzz with many art galleries displaying contemporary works and venues showcasing independent films and live bands. The many reasons to visit include, the fascinating maritime heritage; the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty  - perfect for walking and family days out; watersports; boat trips running from the pier and quay; and plenty of family-friendly attractions. Falmouth is surrounded by several fantastic beaches and is known for its year-round events calendar.

Falmouth's maritime legacy and coastal culture is a huge part of its charm boasting world-class watersports on its sheltered waters including gig rowing, kayaking, diving and regularly hosting sailing events such as Falmouth Regatta, and the Pendennis Cup.

Why visit Falmouth?

- Fascinating maritime heritage
- A choice of four beaches; Castle beach, Gyllyngvase beach, Swanpool beach and Maenporth beach, brilliant for families
- Watersports including surfing, windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling, diving
- A working port with the world's third largest natural deep-water harbour
- Located next to Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty along the Helford and Fal Rivers
- A variety of festivals and events calendar all year round
- Creative buzz: art galleries, exhibitions, independent shops
- A huge array of things to see and do, such as eight gardens nearby, four main beaches and over twenty family attractions
- A foodie's paradise: eat freshly-caught seafood, visit delicious delis, great food festivals, beachside restaurants, traditional pubs
- Beautiful walks and trails nearby

The Watersports and Angling Centre at Stithians Lake and Country Park near Redruth provides state of the art facilities for fun on the water. Located 5 miles south of Redruth, the lake is reputed to be one of the windiest inland waters in England so it's a great location for sailing and windsurfing.