CABILLA MANOR is a spacious Georgian farmhouse on the edge of Bodmin Moor. A working farm with sheep, cattle and horses, it is the home of explorer Robin Hanbury-Tenison and his wife Louella. Half-an-hour’s drive from north and south coasts, spectacular beaches, fishing villages and many famous gardens, including the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the astonishing Eden Project. Bed and breakfast is £45.00 per person in a choice of comfortable rooms, and a warm welcome is assured.
THE OLD CHAPEL atTrethurgy is one of the closest houses to the amazing Eden Project. Converted in 1989 from a large Wesleyan Chapel it retains much of the original panelling and the choir arch. If you want to visit Eden it is half a mile to the main entrance, or a short walk from the chapel down a bridle path. The Lost Gardens of Heligan are close by, and there are many walks, bicycle routes and good restaurants and pubs nearby. We do short breaks or weekly lets. The Chapel has six double bedrooms and four bathrooms and is wonderfully spacious and comfortable.
QUAYSIDE COTTAGE at Charlestown is in a terrace of Grade II Listed houses overlooking the attractive Georgian harbour. Charlestown is unique: a completely unspoilt village built in 1780 as a china clay port, and is now home to a fleet of square sail ships. The village is within easy reach of all of Cornwall and only 2 miles from the Eden Project; close to the Lost Gardens of Heligan and many of the famous Cornish spring gardens. Let by the week the cottage has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and is beautifully furnished and extremely comfortable.