Trevalley, Pendoggett offers spacious cottage accommodation with a generous living room and separate dining room, both with atmospheric ceiling beams and woodburners in the original fireplaces. There are three nicely proportioned bedrooms (king-size, double and twin singles) including two with sinks plus a family bathroom and a shower room. The 18th century stone cottage has a utility room and a beautiful dining kitchen with modern white cabinets hiding a dishwasher and other appliances. It includes off-road parking for two cars.
Rainy days are no problem at Trevalley as the garage has been converted into a games room with table football and pool table. When the sun comes out, relax in the pretty garden and enjoy views across the half-acre lawn to glimpses of the sea at Port Isaac.
Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Trevalley is just 200 yards from the pub. Walk to the local shop two miles away for fresh bread and beach provisions or frequent one of the restaurants in the charming fishing village of Port Isaac. The sandy harbour reveals rock pools for shrimping at low tide. Polzeath is famous for its Blue Flag waters for surfing along with beaches at Rock and Daymer Bay. Catch the ferry to Padstow, walk the South West Coast Path and visit the Grade I listed 15th century church at St Endellion.