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Little Crugsillick

Location: Veryan

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2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
4 guests
Little Crugsillick is a nice walk or short drive from Pendower Beach which, at low tide, extends a mile east and includes Carne Beach with the famous Nare Hotel sitting on the cliff top. It is a short drive from the pretty village of Veryan with its historic roundhouses, village pub (the New Inn) and onwards to the quaint fishing village of Portloe. A ten minute drive further west will take you to St Mawes, or Portscatho and Gerrans all of which are renowned as tourist hot spots on the south coast with stunning harbours, beaches, pubs, restaurants, shops and cafés.

The cottage itself is a reverse level, semi-detached, barn conversion which exudes character and charm, simple decor leaves a bright and airy property which creates the perfect ambience for your holiday. Little Crugsillick is set with two other holiday cottages, Crugsillick Studio and Crugsillick Court in the grounds of Crugsillick Manor and it's beautiful gardens. On agreement with the owner you may have access to explore these gardens as well, however you have a private patio and garden equipped with picnic table and charcoal barbecue. There is also a shared lawned garden where the children can run about!

Accommodation
Ground Floor Level: The front door leads into a corridor with doors leading to; Master bedroom with 4'6 bed, storage and en suite shower and hand basin. Twin bedroom with 3' zip & link beds (which can be made up as a 6' double bed on request) and storage. Family bathroom with bath and shower over, WC and hand basin. Stairs leading up to:
First Floor: The stairs open into a large, double aspect living room with a stone fireplace and wood burning stove, comfortable sofas. Further door leading to Kitchen / dining room with fully fitted units, appliances and a dining table and chairs.
Exterior: There is a private patio and a shared play garden and ping pong table. There is parking for 2 cars.

Facilities & Services
There is a gas fired central heating system, there is also a wood burning stove in the lounge. The kitchen has a range of cupboards & work tops, an electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle and separate fridge & freezer. There is a dishwasher, a washing machine and a tumble drier. The sitting room has a digital TV & DVD player. There is an iron & ironing board. There is a high chair, travel cot, baby bath, and stair gate. There is unlimited WiFi.

Miscellaneous
Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. We do not provide linen for the travel cot, just a mattress cover. There is parking available for 2 cars in the shared car park. An initial basket of logs is included, more can be purchased locally if required. Smoking is not allowed. Regrettably, dogs are not permitted.

General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
 
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Beach within walking distance
 

Helen Watkin

We had a wonderful time staying here. A very well equipped and comfortable cottage, in a great location for all the walking we wanted to do. Highly recommended.

Frances Spurling

Little Crugsillick is a very comfortable 2 bedroom unit with all the modern conveniences you could want. In addition it had a lovely airy feel with a calming decor of soft blues and grays and beautiful views of the main house gardens and rolling hills. The kitchen is well equipped and easy to use, with a washer, dryer and a dishwasher … great for a family. There is easy parking and a separate area to sit outside. Two minutes walk down the hill is one of the most beautiful footpaths with bluebells and wild garlic (in early May) leading to Pendower Beach. The Melinsey Mill tea house is just a little further down the same road on the way to Veryan. While a car is essential for the exploration of Roseland the distances are not far: St Mawes is 10 minutes away and the ferry travels from there across to Falmouth (and up the Fal River) regularly or you can take the King Harry car ferry over the estuary to get to Truro and Falmouth. Many beautiful walks are nearby: along the river/estuary out from St Mawes, around headlands (St Anthony’s Head), coastal walks from Pendower Beach or Carne Beach. A very relaxing stay.

Nick Hansen

Very comfortable cottage. Although it had a shady courtyard we appreciated being able to use the delightful gardens to the house.

Susan Miles

Annie and Brian have provided a beautiful cottage as a perfect base from which to explore the Roseland Peninsula and beyond. Very convenient for visiting local villages and beaches. Little Crugsillick is a delight. Brightly decorated with beautiful views over the Crugsillick Manor garden and the valley beyond. The walk through the secret valley to the beach was a joy. It has a very well equipped kitchen with boasts new appliances. Six year old Max was thrilled with the trampoline discreetly hidden behind wonderful hedges. The private courtyard is a perfect place to sit having a morning coffee and a sundowner drink in the evening. Nearby Melinsey Mill is definitely worth a visit. Thank you so much for a wonderful week Annie. Another stay is definitely on the cards in this lovely country location: it ticked all our boxes.

Robert Sully

Cottage could do with some updating, bit tired and in need of some "sparkle" eg pictures were faded and some dated back to 2007

Gary Williams

We received a warm welcome on arrival to this typical Cornish stone cottage, situated in owner’s beautiful garden. Very well equipped and spacious. Bedrooms and bathroom situated on the ground floor and were generally cold. Towel rail in bathroom was not functioning, which meant towels either had to be dried in the tumble drier when raining or hung on the banister upstairs. It was not as clean as expected, with high level dust, cobwebs and the coffee table had a layer of dust on the lower shelf.

Guest

One of a pretty group of cottages. Pretty location and friendly owners. Close to excellent beaches.

Lynn Price

The cottage is ok but needs some updating. We felt there should have been a few more glass tumblers available and also saucepan lids were missing. Both bedrooms could do with new bedding....polyester duvets are a bit outdated these days and some of the towels were clean and white but thin as they were old. Good quality duvets and fluffy towels are expected these days I think. No radio which I enjoy although I may have found it on the tv if I persevered. After a couple of days I realised I could get the radio on my tablet. I enjoyed chatting to the owners and the garden was interesting. Overall we enjoyed the location. Hope the review is fair, I think it is.

Omer Dushek

We stayed at the cottage for half-term break with our two children. The cottage itself was fantastic - clean, well equipped, and nicely decorated. The gardens at the cottage were superb and the kids enjoyed the trampoline. The location was excellent and we enjoyed walking to the beach. We will definitely come back.

Carole Tedds

Had a lovely week towards the end of September. The cottage is tucked away on a quiet lane. Home from home, equipped with everything you would need. Even managed a couple of bbqs on the lovely courtyard. It was nice to retreat to the cottage after a day spent walking along the coastal path and light the log burner.

Guest

This cottage has a lovely ‘upside down’ aspect, with abundant views of the countryside (and lovely owner gardens) from the pleasant and light sitting room. The owner was friendly and provided lots of local information-and we loved the flowers! The beds were surprisingly comfortable and, despite the property adjoining a road, it was mostly quiet. The location is the main thing - it’s very well placed for Carne and Pendower beaches and driving there is quick and easy. Take note: there is also a lovely walk to these beaches, but it is moderate and slightly hilly, so it’s easier to drive with picnics and beach equipment. Other local amenities are well within reach. Overall, we enjoyed our stay at Little Crugsillick-thanks!

Carolyn Wilson

This is in a beautiful location in a wooded valley close to Veryan and overlooking a lovely garden belonging to the owner who allowed us access to enjoy it. The owner is very welcoming and the upstairs living quarters of this cottage have been recently refurbished and are lovely. Bedrooms are downstairs and have the potential to be as comfortable but the bathrooms let it down with only one loo, totally inadequate showers and a heating system so noisy it prevented sleep and needed to be turned off. The owner is planning a bathroom upgrade, it should complete the transformation.Beds were not especially comfortable either. When the downstairs accommodation matches the good standard of the upstairs I would recommend it.

Betty Mason

We have stayed at little crugsillick a few times and always look forward to returning We would recommend this property to enyone

Guest

We had a fantastic stay at Little Crugsillick. The property is spacious, clean, comfortable and very well equipped with good parking. A vase of fresh flowers, biscuits, milk and wine were a welcome treat on arrival and there was plenty of hand soap etc and cupboard essentials like salt & pepper, tea etc provided which are much appreciated thoughtful little touches. The owners are very friendly and helpful and their garden is absolutely stunning. The views from the living room are wonderful and we enjoyed the walk to Pendower beach. The Roseland is very pretty with lots of lovely places to explore and scenic walks along the headland. We would definitely return.

Guest

We received a very warm welcome from Annie, who provided lots of local information hints and tips The cottage had everything for an enjoyable midweek break. Views over the Manor gardens are uplifting, cream tea at the mill was lovely, after a walk along the coast path. Take a walk down to Pendower beach delighful and be such to meet Darcy the dog .. We hope to return in the future Thank you

 
 
 
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