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Pleasantly converted yet retaining the original charm of the building. Spacious open plan lounge with dining and kitchen area on the first floor, with door leading to a private landscaped pretty courtyard. Downstairs, a bedroom with double bed/TV and shower room with shower cubicle, wash hand basin and toilet. Door to front courtyard.
Facilities: Colour TV, Freeview box, DVD player, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, bed linen supplied, £1 electric meter. No Smoking. Garden furniture, BBQ, Parking. Pub/shops 1 mile, beach 9 miles. The use of a car is essential at this property.
Also at this location is Scrumpy Cottage property number: 111.
The tiny village of Blisland on the edge of Bodmin Moor is an English gem, nestling deep in the countryside. The village green and Norman Church seem timeless and there is a post office and village pub serving good food. Close by is the start of the Camel Trail which follows the river to Padstow, a favourite amongst walkers and cyclists. The coast at Port Isaac is about 9 miles away. This 18th Century Grade II listed property originally housing the cider press is now converted in to the 2 semi-detached cottages, both with their own entrances. A mile from Blisland, offering a perfect retreat from busy life - an ideal spot to unwind, lovely walks. 15 minutes drive from the Eden Project.
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