|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This cottage is is slightly smaller than Amy Cottage and is below the Hayloft. It has plenty of space for 2 people. It has a very comfortable lounge diner and spacious and well equipped kitchen. Leading from the dining area is the double bedroom with en-suite bathroom. There is a back door off the lounge providing access to the rear garden and a small paved area with garden furniture.
Situated just 1 mile from the coast the cottages look out over unspoilt farmland with beautiful views towards the sea where boats can be seen in Falmouth Bay. The cottages, which have been converted from a 200 year old Cornish barn are set in gardens and paddock of 5 acres.
Each cottage is fully equipped for all your self catering needs.and there is a laundry room. There are no additional charges for heating or electricity. We do ask that you bring your personal towels.
There are 2 one bedroom cottages that have a double bedroom and en-suite bathroom for 2 people. The 2 bedroom cottages will sleep 4 people.
We regret no pets allowed
Porthallow Cove is just over a mile away and a footpath takes you down to this small seaside village. Porthallow has a pub which provides lunchtime and evening meals. 2 miles away is St Keverne which has a post office, shops, 2 pubs and a restaurant. Menifters is also situated just 4 miles from Helford river.
Menifters are no smoking cottages
A rural location: This part of Cornwall offers the opportunity to get away from the crowds and traffic. It is a rural community and you are as likely to meet a tractor on the lanes as another car. There are no high rise flats and hotels in this area and the many footpaths offer the chance to truly find peace and tranquility. From Menifters you can walk to Porthallow Cove in 25 minutes from where you can join the coastal path, Porthallow is the mid point of the South West Coastal path.
Please see our web site for more information and special offers www.menifterscottages.co.uk
Helford: We are 4 miles from Helford village, a small and beautiful Hamlet situated on the Helford River. The navigable river goes inland as far as Gweek and his stretch is characterised with steeply wooded hills and Creeks, most of which can be explored on foot and many by car.
From Helford you can take the Passenger Ferry Boat across the river to Helford Passage. A two mile walk from here will take you to the delightful and exotic gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan.
In our lovely new village hall on the beach, there is a film night (all welcome) every second Monday of the month:
Understated simplicity, warm and comfortable. Many highlights: St Michaels Mount, three hour walk from Mylor Bridge to Pandora's Inn, Pendennis Castle, Kynance Cove, the Lizard and many more.... Looking forward to our next visit.
The property is located in a rural area and was exactly as described.
Dairy Cottage had excellent facilities and coming home to a comfy lounge, large screen tv and wifi was welcome.
Very comfortable bed.
The location suited for our exploration of Cornwall.
Highly recommended as a comfortable quiet base. Although we had quite inclement weather, we still enjoyed the views from the back over the fields and bay. In sunny fine weather it would be beautiful to relax outside at the table and chairs provided and take
In The views.
Friendly owners, thanks for a great stay.
We really enjoyed our stay in this lovely location. The property was spotlessly clean and fully equipped. Wendy and Ray were really nice. Highly recommended and hopefully we will return.
White Hart Hotel in St Kevern is recommended.
Staying at Dairy cottage made an excellent holiday for us. Its ideal for two, roomy enough, warm and comfortable. I had some doubts at staying somewhere with 3 other neighbouring holiday properties, as I was wanting somewhere very peaceful. However, I was very relieved as the cottages provide peace in abundance. The owners are very courteous and never intrude, and we never heard any noise from the other three cottages. There's a very good amount of outside garden available to use should you wish. The views and air are delightful, and traffic is about one car truddling by every five minutes. For us it was an excellent base to walk loads, get away from it all and particularly reccommended if you like exploring the local coastline and villages. Many thanks.
We both really enjoyed our stay at Dairy Cottage. The place was clean, kitchen well equipped and spacious enough for the two of us. Although it was a little musty when we arrived, a bit of airing did it the world of good and it is a very old stone building which was explained in the welcome pack. It was very quiet, had a lovely view of Falmouth Bay from the back of the cottage. There was a pub 20 mins walk from the cottage that served lovely meals although the walk back was mostly uphill! We had a very relaxing time and we would definitely return again.
My partner and I stayed in Dairy Cottage over August Bank Holiday weekend. It was great - really well equipped, beautful views and very accessible.
It was an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding area - the South West coast path is very nearby and there are also some absolutely stunning beaches a short drive away.
The owners are very friendly and do all they can to make your stay as pleasant and comfortable as possible.
I would thoroughly recommend it.
Helford River: renowned for its tree lined creeks, wild life and endless tales of smuggling and shipwrecks. You can also hire motorboats, sailing boats and rowing dinghies.
National Trust's Glendurgan: and Trebah Gardens are two of the great sub-tropical gardens of the south west.
Pendennis Castle: from Henry VIII fortress to the secret World War II base..
Porthkerris Diving Centre: A professional PADI 5* Dive Centre on the Lizard Peninsular. They offer the whole range of PADI Scuba Diving Courses. Have a go at diving with a 'Try Dive' under expert guidance. It has one of the best shore dives and offers RIB and hard boat charters to local reefs and wrecks.
Flambards Village Theme Park: fun for the children whatever the weather.
Poldark Mine: experience the thrill of an underground tour in a genuine Cornish Tin Mine.
If you prefer walking there is the South West Coastpath, Porthallow is the halfway point