Created as a quiet retreat with couples in mind. Four spacious one bedroomed barns, all set in a courtyard setting, tucked away at the end of a tree lined lane. Five minutes from the A30, very central location to visit either the south or north coast.
Stylish conversions to a high standard yet retaining lots of character and original features.
Your stay in a central location with breathtaking views over the Cober Valley. Close to the Great Flat Lode an area for riding, walking and cycling along the old mineral tramways.
You can also visit Stithians Lake renowned for fishing, windsurfing, canoeing, great for running around or relax with a well deserved coffee over looking the lake. The National Seal Sanctuary, St Michaels Mount, St. Ives harbour, Poldark mine,The Eden project or just come and relax with us on the farm.
The location of the accommodation was great. You can visit so many places N,S,E and W. The owners are very helpful and friendly. There were OS maps of 4 areas to use whilst staying which was extremely welcome. Nine Maidens is all on one level and very spacious. There is very comfortable furniture and the kitchen has everything you could want. There is plenty of hot water whenever needed. We really enjoyed our stay and hope to return.
The owners Jane and Jeremy were absolutely lovely. The cottage (we stayed in Foxglove) was spotless, comfy sofa and big soft bed with a great shower. A good launching point to explore Cornwall (most places on north and south coasts within a 30-40 min drive). Next time I'm in Cornwall I'll be checking to see if one of these cottages is available!
Our two weeks at this lovely comfortable secluded place was just what we needed. The barns are centrally located to visit all of the South coast easily ( the sunny warm weather was an added bonus!)
The owners are welcoming and friendly and the facilities are adequate ( our welcome pack of scones, jam and clotted cream and local cider was such a lovely thought and delicious). We would have liked a bigger fridge but only because we chose to eat in every day and took our own daily picnic ( due to the current pandemic) so we obviously took a lot of food down with us and there wasn’t quite enough...more