Little White Alice is the perfect place to stay if you seek for relaxation, both reading on the couch by the cracking fire and going on day trips to the Cornish beach, coast and nature. And for the little ones (20 month old daughter), the goats, sheeps, chicken, ponies and alpaca are an everyday joy! Thank you, Rosie and Simon, for your outstanding hospitality and this wonderful gem!
We had a wonderful 8-night stay at Little White Alice Uath Ark. We were very impressed with the high quality of the accommodation, how well is built and how much thought has been put into it. The Uath Ark is small but it doesn’t feel small at all, space is really well distributed. The insulation is impressive too, both in terms of temperature and noise insulation. The latter, however, was a slight downside for us as we had planned for our two young daughters to sleep on the separate pod and if they would have cried in the night (as they still do occasionally), we couldn’t hear them in the ark...more
The Ash House is a fantastic place to stay. Large, well-equipped and beautifully built with an open-plan space downstairs and two big bedrooms upstairs, one en-suite and the other next to the main bathroom. A wood-burning stove in the living room quickly heats the whole place - which stays warm all night, thanks to the insulation - though there's also under-floor heating too. The house is in a beautiful setting, high above the surrounding countryside - with the spa area nearby - along with horses, sheep, chickens and even a couple of llamas. Everything runs off sustainable power - and we b...more
Our little family absolutely loved hunkering down and chilling out in Luis - the most comfortable, kooky, cosy and perfectly formed eco pod we could imagine. Such impressive use of space, creative bespoke joinery and exceptional attention to detail, right down to the wee hare cabinet knobs! My husband and I broke in the new year in the wood fired hot tub which proved to be the best EVER Hogmanay party - just a shame the stars weren’t out! Perfect base for exploring coastal spots, and even managed a wild swim in Nanjizal Cove - brrrr! Thank you Rosie and Simon.