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Ardevora Vean

St Mawes, Cornwall, England

Ardevora Vean in St Mawes, Cornwall, England
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About Ardevora Vean

Ardevora Vean is a well appointed renovated west wing of Ardevora Mill and provides fantastic accommodation for couples. It is a rural idyll, off the beaten track and by the upper reaches of the River Fal in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula.
Although wonderfully remote and peaceful (accessed by a one mile farm track) Ardevora Vean is perfectly positioned to visit the beaches and villages of the Roseland, as well as Cornwall’s many other attractions.
Beautifully renovated and appointed to the highest standard Vean offers every possible home comfort and makes the perfect retreat to do as little or as much as you choose.
Awarded 4 Star Gold by VisitBritain, Vean is tastefully furnished to a high specification, Entering the cottage through the private courtyard garden, you will find a large hallway, spacious lounge, dining area and well-equipped kitchen. The bathroom is a wet room with a shower, WC and hand basin. The master bedroom has king size bed. The private courtyard garden is wonderful for relaxing in those summer evenings.
For larger parties you can book our other cottages (Crowjy Ardevora and Ardevora an Gylen which have an internal adjoining door and sleep a total of 9 more guests).
Please note: although a ground floor cottage there are a few steps down to the front door.
A refundable security deposit of £75 is payable with the balance


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