Into the Woods
1.7 miles S of St Neot
From £25 per person per night
Sleeps 2 people
Cabin in Cornwall: Fresh air, peace, quiet and a completely chilled-out atmosphere are all on offer at this magical woodland getaway for two.
Breathe in deeply and let clean, fresh air fill your lungs as you rock gently on Into the Wood's pretty porch swing, admiring the gorgeous views of lush woodland and rolling countryside. Relaxing, isn't it? And with no pressure to do anything at all, you can simply enjoy the atmosphere of the Cornish countryside, whether it's butterflies, buddleia, buzzards or beautiful birdsong. Time stands still as you read a book, take a nap, listen to music or, if you feel peckish, fire up the BBQ and enjoy a meal at your al fresco dining-table.
The beautifully-crafted cabin is painted dark green and faced with wooden shingles to blend in with its rural backdrop - and inside is just as gorgeous as outside, designed with flair to create the ideal combination of rural charm and efficient comfort. Think wooden floors, planked walls, floral fabrics and vintage-style accessories, plus a warming wood-burner that's just right for cosy nights in. The super-cool kitchen area features open shelving and an exposed-copper tap, with a fridge, gas oven and two-ring hob. There's a sweet little dining-table for two with a view, and the en suite shower-room has all the facilities you'd expect from a luxury camping location, with hot and cold running water on demand - walk-in shower cubicle, proper flushing WC, a stylish slim wash-basin and even a heated towel rail. And as you settle down for the night, you'll luxuriate in a comfortable king-sized bed, tucked away at one end of the cabin, with storage drawers beneath, shelves, wall lights, dual-aspect views and the most beautiful, carved-wood headboard that provides a unique, magical finishing touch.
Out and About
The ideal romantic retreat or nature lovers' hideaway, Into the Woods is tucked away in the tiny hamlet of Treverbyn Vean, perfectly private and yet within easy reach of plenty of great places to explore. Why not, for example, whizz down to the coast and spend some time in the cool sailing town of Fowey, where art galleries mingle with boutique shops and loads of eateries? There's Charlestown, where fans of the TV series Poldark will recognise the historic harbour with its incredible tall ships, Tintagel Castle, with its legendary ruins and newly opened footbridge, the world-famous Eden Project, or the National Trust's magnificent Lanhydrock house and garden. Take the riverside walk to Golitha Falls, cycle or walk the many trails in Cardinham Woods, stroll the coastal path or wander the cottage garden at Pinsla. Or even, closer to home, the pretty village of St Neot offers cream teas, home cooking in the local pub and a variety of events, from the annual panto and summer carnival to a monthly produce market and regular concerts.
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Gas oven, 2 ring gas hob, fridge, wood-burner and king-size double bed (5'). Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin.
Availability, reservations and pricing : £351 to £625 per week Powered by Classic Cottages
All prices are £ per week per cottage. Where applicable the prices are inclusive of VAT. The prices are specified for Saturday changeover dates.
For weekly holidays or short breaks beginning on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday the price for the following Saturday applies. For those beginning on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday the price for the previous week applies.
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. In addition, many cottages also include electricity and central heating within the price and this should be taken into consideration when comparing prices. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the Web site.
A non-refundable booking fee of £34 is payable per booking.
Seasons Book Now
|Dates 2019||Price Band (£351 to £625 )|
|1 Jan - 16 Feb||: 351|
|16 Feb - 2 Mar||: 365|
|2 Mar - 23 Mar||: 359|
|23 Mar - 6 Apr||: 384|
|6 Apr - 20 Apr||: 402|
|20 Apr - 27 Apr||: 433|
|27 Apr - 4 May||: 422|
|4 May - 11 May||: 414|
|11 May - 25 May||: 428|
|25 May - 15 Jun||: 496|
|15 Jun - 22 Jun||: 514|
|22 Jun - 29 Jun||: 536|
|29 Jun - 6 Jul||: 571|
|6 Jul - 27 Jul||: 613|
|27 Jul - 31 Aug||: 625|
|31 Aug - 7 Sep||: 586|
|7 Sep - 14 Sep||: 565|
|14 Sep - 21 Sep||: 553|
|21 Sep - 28 Sep||: 459|
|28 Sep - 19 Oct||: 455|
|19 Oct - 26 Oct||: 434|
|26 Oct - 2 Nov||: 425|
|2 Nov - 21 Dec||: 388|
|21 Dec - 31 Dec||: 583|
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