Tresquare is a detached dormer bungalow in its own private grounds,with stunning valley and country views, situated in a superb position on the North Cornwall coast 200 yards from the picturesque village of Boscastle with all its amenities. Walks to the historic harbour, spectacular coast path and scenic Valency valley are on the doorstep. Deer and other wild life can be seen from indoors. It has a large enclosed lawned garden, with plenty of space for children to play—ideal for relaxation. Off road parking for four cars.
Tresquare offers spacious accommodation for up to 8 people +a cot, but is equally ideal for couples.
Double bedroom with en-suite facilities including instant electric shower, wash-basin and toilet.
Spacious kitchen / dining room with ash units, microwave, built-in double oven, ceramic hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer. All necessary utensils are provided, along with coffee maker, iron and toaster. The dining area includes table,+ 8 chairs, with TV .
Utility Room with washing machine and tumble drier.
Large Lounge with comfortable 3 seater sofa, armchairs, Flatscreen 32inch television with 'Freeview' channels, DVD/CD player, and Cornish stone fireplace where you can enjoy a log or coal fire .
French doors lead to the sun lounge with stunning views, which in turn leads to a large south facing patio fringed with flowering shrubs and offering a large garden table with chairs and BBQ.
Solid teak staircase from the central hallway leading to
Family bathroom with bath, toilet and wash basin.
Double bedroom with cot and vanity wash-basin.
Family bedroom with double bed and two single beds.
Often used as a tv or film location, Boscastle provides some of the most dramatic rugged coastline in Europe. Browse the antique and gift shops, the Craft Centre, the Witch's Museum, or eat out in one of the many restaurants or three Pubs.
It is only an hour's drive from the M5 at Exeter, Walk the South West Coast Path, including mystical St Nectan's Glen waterfall ,or visit the picturesque villages of the area including Tintagel and its castle ruins. Try the sandy surfing beaches nearby where you can get surfing and kayaking tuition, or try hiking across Bodmin Moor, cycling the Camel Trail, horse riding, golf, rock climbing or sailing.
This is an ideal base from which to explore the whole of Cornwall, Dartmoor, and North Devon. Attractions to visit include: The Eden Project; Lanhydrock House; St Ives with Tate St Ives and numerous Cornish gardens .
At any time of the year this is an ideal place for a holiday. In springtime you can enjoy the wild flowers in the woodlands and hedgerows; in the summer, laze or swim on the beach and during the winter marvel at the magnificent sight of the Atlantic waves whilst enjoying an invigorating walk before a drink or meal in front of the log fire, or in one of the friendly local inns or farm shop.
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