Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Menagwins Court is a modern development of properties set within a courtyard layout. Designed in the local Cornish style and constructed and finished to an extremely high specification with Cornish stone walls and natural slate roofs. The development has been built to take advantage of the fantastic views, over rolling countryside to the sea.
All the cottage is furnished to a high standard and has under floor heating and double glazing throughout.
On the ground floor the cottage has a fully equipped kitchen with hob and oven, microwave, integrated fridge with freezer compartment, integrated washing machine/tumble drier and a furnished dining area. There is a cloakroom with toilet and washbasin.
The fully furnished lounge has a freeview television, DVD player and a radio/CD player. From the lounge French doors lead onto the patio area with garden furniture and the communal courtyard with distant sea views across fields.
On the first floor the cottage has one bedroom with a double bed and a second bedroom with twin beds. Each bedroom is furnished and includes a radio alarm clock.
There is also a bed settee in the lounge to accommodate a 5th and 6th person at additional cost. All pillows, duvets, bed linen and towels are provided. The bathroom is finished to a high standard with toilet, bath, separate shower and wash basin.
Pets are not allowed into any of the cottages and we also request no smoking inside the building.
Bookings are accepted Friday to Friday and short breaks are available off peak.
There is parking for one car, with parking for a second car by arrangement. A storage shed for bikes is also available by prior arrangement.
Menagwins Court is located in the small village of Gorran, which offers a store/sub post office, public house and beautiful Norman church.
Gorran Haven is just one mile away and provides a harbour and beach. The safe and sandy beach of Caerhayes with its castle, still maintained as a private home, is just 4 miles away and the attractive harbour village of Mevagissey with numerous restaurants and pubs is just 6½ miles away. St Austell, the nearest large town is some 10 miles distant and provides a much larger range of shops, supermarkets, 10 pin bowling and leisure centre.
There are outstanding stretches of coastal paths and inland areas of beauty and heritage to explore.
Cornwall is a beautiful place to explore at any time of the year, especially in the Spring with country lanes abundant in colourful wild flowers and the National Trust and other large gardens are at their best with magnificent magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias. The Lost Gardens of Heligan is just 4 miles away and the world famous Eden Project with its gigantic biomes offering a fascinating insight into the world of plant life is 14 miles away.
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