Lounge and dining room:
Large sunny open-beamed lounge/dining room furnished to a high standard with a bay window seat overlooking the front garden.
Light. bright fully fitted kitchen with dish-washer, washing machine, fan oven and ceramic hob, microwave oven, fridge with freezer compartment, crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils.
Beamed spacious bedroom with king-size bed overlooking the garden and fields beyond. This room is en-suite with power shower, hand basin and toilet. Built in wardrobes and plenty of room for a cot which is available free of charge if required.
Sunny double bedroom with handbasin and built in wardrobes.
Single bedroom situated on the ground floor with a 3 ft bed built in wardrobe and access to the downstairs bathroom.
Built in shower cubicle with electric shower, handbasin and toilet.
Large garden to the front of the cottage with well established flower beds, trees and patio area.
Additonal information: Veronica Cottage has full central heating and hot water at no extra cost.
All bedding and bed-linen is provided.
All you will need to bring are hand/bath and beach towels.
There is off road parking for one vehicle and further parking available if required.
Walks and places to eat: Just a few minutes walk from the cottage is the South West Coast Path from which you can walk as far or as little as you want. In one direction is Trebarwith Strand. Over a mile of golden sand the beach is washed twice daily by the incoming tide. At low tide there are rock pools and rock formations. Look out for the beautiful pink rock pools lined with quartz and ideal for children to explore.
Trebarwith is a great surfing beach, there is a Surf School for absolute beginners or those wishing to improve their techniques. Situated on the cliffs overlooking the beach is the Port William pub and restaurant. A fantastic place to sit and watch the sun set over this lovely beach.
Going in the other direction you come to Bossiney Cove, again a tidal beach but very popular with visitors and locals alike. Further on you reach Boscastle with it's beautiful harbour, shops and valleys. Stop and have a drink at the Cobweb Inn, famous for it's local beer and food.
Local Places of Interest: The Old Post Office is situated in the centre of the village. It is one of the most famous buildings in Cornwall and is full of charm and interest. Built in the 14th century it was originally a Manor House and then in 1844 was converted into a letter receiving office for the district. It is now owned by the National Trust and is open to visitors.
Tintagel Castle, situated on the dramatic coastline, is an awe inspiring and romantic place of legends. Joined to the mainland by a narrow neck of land, Tintagel Island is the remains of the medieval castle associated with King Arthur. Newly built in 2019 a foot bridge connecting the island to the mainland was opened allowing easier access and offering amazing views along the coast. A magnificent feat of engineering.
The remains of the 13th century castle are breathtaking. Steep stone steps, rugged walls and windswept cliffs encircle was remains of the Great Hall. English Heritage now care for this wonderful monument.