The chalet, in a small group of 5, with it's own an acre of land, lies above woodlands beside Froe Creek. It is 300 metres from a wonderful large sandy beach. It offers a perfect base for exploring one of Cornwall's most beautiful areas, the Roseland. This unspoiled peninsula on the southern side of Falmouth Bay, is part of the Carrick Roads, one of the largest natural harbours in the world.
Walking, swimming, riding, bird-watching, sailing and wind-surfing are all ideal activities either on the coast or on the network of rivers which creates the unique landscape of this part of Cornwall
Nearby towns are Cornwalls captal the cathedral city of Truro and the busy port of Falmouth. These can be accessed by Ferry or road. These are lovely old fashioned towns and a joy to shop or eat in.
The nearest village, Portscatho, has a superlative shop and butcher, pubs with wifi and is only a mile and half by road or by the coastal path by foot.
Close by: There are many beautiful walks around the headland to other beaches and the lighthouse at St Anthony Head and also to the village of Portscatho one and half miles away. This has an extremely good general store, pub, butcher and surgery. Nearby sites include the Tudor castles at Falmouth and St Mawes, the waterside Church of St Just and several sub-tropical gardens including Trelissick (just across from the King Harry Ferry), Caerhays Castle, Lamorran House in St Mawes and the lost gardens of Heligan - near Mevagissey.
Horse riding stables are within walking distance.
Falmouth and Truro are within half an hours drive via the King Harry ferry
Getting About: Nearby towns are the Cathedral city of Truro and the busy port of Falmouth; both with great shops and restaurants. These can easily be reached using the delightful King Harry car ferry which runs every 20 minutes. The Eden Project is a short drive away and the rest of Cornwall is easily accessible including the Tate Gallery at St Ives, the Lizard, the Atlantic Coast and Bodmin Moor.
The Roseland peninsular, with St Anthony Lighthouse, protects the entrance to Falmouth Bay in South Cornwall. Ferries go to St Mawes, Falmouth and Truro, centres for sailing, historic monuments, sub-tropical gardens, museums and shops. There are several wonderful beaches, circular coastal walks with beautiful views of both rivers and the sea. The cabin is about 300 meters from the nearest large sandy secluded beach. It lies up a rough, driveable track from the road at Froe Creek.
Other Activities: HORSE RIDING STABLES WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE