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Crowjy Ardevora

St Mawes, Cornwall, England

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

Ardevora is a rural idyll perfectly situated on the upper reaches of the River Fal in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula and near to St Mawes.
Although wonderfully remote and peaceful (accessed by a one mile farm track) Ardevora Cottages are ideally positioned to visit the beaches and villages of the Roseland as well as Cornwall’s many other attractions.
Crowjy Ardevora is within the grounds of Ardevora Mill. Beautifully renovated and appointed to the highest standard it offers every possible home comfort. The location combined with the atmosphere makes Crowjy the perfect retreat to do as little or as much as you choose.
This 4 Star Gold VisitBritain property is tastefully furnished to a high specification. It has a large hallway with doors opening to an open plan lounge, take 2 steps up to the dining area and well-equipped kitchen. The wet style shower room has a shower, WC and hand basin. There is a master double bedroom with king size bed and the triple bedroom has 3 single beds. To the rear is a large patio and grassed garden, which is shared with Ardevora an Gylen.
The cottage has tiled flooring with underfloor heating.
Please note: although a ground floor cottage, there are a few steps within Crowjy Ardevora.
A refundable security deposit of £75 is payable with the balance.
We can also cater for larger parties as there is an internal adjoining door between Crowjy Ardevora and Ardevora an Gylen, providing accommodation for a total of 9 people.

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