Map & Facilities
A stunning modern detached house in a small development located close to the local beaches and the amazing English Heritage site of Tintagel Castle.
Trevena is a lovely modern house was all the amenities required to make it a home from home. Trevena is situated within a small development just off the main street in historical Tintagel where you will find shops, restaurants, pubs serving real ale and places to enjoy pasties and cream teas! The property is detached and has an enclosed garden comprising lawn and decking areas with furniture so you can enjoy al-fresco dining or a quiet evening drink while making the most of the pleasant south facing vista overlooking a tree-lined stream. There are also sun loungers and a BBQ available. Inside there are three bedrooms, a king size, a double and a twin with adjacent family bathroom.
Downstairs is a handy separate WC off the hallway which also leads to the lounge and kitchen/diner. The former has patio doors leading out onto the large decking area, a smart tv and comfortable, contemporary furniture. The kitchen/diner benefits from an AEG dishwasher, Bosch electric oven & hob, a washing machine and for budding baristas a quality coffee machine. Set high on this part of North Cornwall’s rugged and romantic coast, Tintagel is inextricably linked to the legend of King Arthur and is steeped in history. A visit to the English Heritage site of Tintagel Castle, where legend and historical fact alike meet stunning scenery, is a definite must while in the area and for Arthurian enthusiasts it is unmissable!
There are many beaches in the area for surfers and sunseekers alike including Trebarwith, Bossiney and the Castle Beach. Much of the North Cornish coastline is owned by the National Trust and is a haven for wildlife, providing fabulous walking opportunities with many well-trodden routes including one that can be taken from the footpath just behind the property. There are many pretty coves and inlets to discover along this coastline including Crackington Haven, Boscastle and Morwenstow. A bit further to the south is the fishing port of Padstow and quaint Port Isaac of Doc Martin fame and 20 miles to the north is the fabulous coastal town of Bude. If you fancy crossing over the ‘border’ into Devon and enjoy open spaces, then the Dartmoor National Park is 33 miles or so to the east.
Electric central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included.
Private parking for 1 car. Electric charging point.
Saturday check in.
NO PETS ALLOWED
SPECIAL WINTER PRICE £650 PER WEEK