The Leafy Nook Self contained studio annex
Kezia and Tim welcome you to the Leafy Nook. Once a stable for the horses on what was previously a farm here at Lower Penvose it has recently been reconstructed and refurbished and is now a lovely, peaceful self-contained space perfect for those wanting some rest and relaxation with some added privacy.
The accommodation is lovely, clean and stylish. It is an annex adjoined to the house yet is separate giving guests their own entrance and privacy. It is open plan with a high beamed ceiling, a little nook contains the double bed with fresh linen and the adjoining en-suite shower room.
The rest of the space contains a living room area with comfy L-shape sofa, coffee table and flat screen digital TV with DVD player and accompanying selection of DVDís. Tea and coffee making facilities are in the room. In the morning a delicious continental breakfast is left outside your door in a cool box.
Guests may come and go as they wish. There is a small garden outside which guests have use of and if the weather is nice you will be able to enjoy your breakfast out there with long reaching views across the valley. We are located a short walk from the beach and coast path at West Portholland on the stunning Roseland Peninsula.
The Roseland Peninsula is a beautiful part of Cornwall. A holiday in this area promises you breathtaking scenery, tranquil beaches and activities to suit all ages - few places can compare. An area of outstanding natural beauty there are many secret creeks, superb coastal and country walks, pretty fishing and rural villages.
We welcome everybody including walkers and cyclists. We offer excellent value. We charge £60 per night for 2 people. If staying more than 3 nights this goes down to £50 per night.
For 1 person the price per night is £40. If you are a single walker or cyclist (e.g you are not using your car) we can reduce the price to £35 per night.
We also have washing and drying facilities.
|Lower Penovse, Tregony, Truro, Cornwall, TR2 5SS
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This page was last updated: 05 October 2010