Ardevora is a hidden gem, tucked away in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula an area of unspoilt natural beauty. A perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy the best of Cornwall. Our 3 stone cottages have been lovingly transformed to provide the best possible year round holiday accommodation. Sleeping 2, 4 or 5 guests and with the ability to join two of the cottages together for larger parties. Approached down a 3/4 mile farm track with stunning countryside and creek views, our stone cottages offer modern accommodation & amenities and are well equipped, spacious and spotless - which is reflected in the 4 star, Gold quality rating we have been awarded by enjoy England. Being tucked away ensures a peaceful and secluded location, however we are still accessible to the myriad of wonderful attractions Cornwall has to offer. Nearby is also a great choice of quiet unspoilt beaches; spectacular coastal walks; pretty hamlets and villages and an abundance of water sports.
Mrs Teri Pitman
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About Mrs Teri Pitman
We bought Ardevora Mill & Cottages in January 2007. Crowjy and An Gylen had already been converted into holiday cottages, whilst the Mill although converted had not been completed. For the first few months we lived in Crowjy, during which time we did a fair amount of work improving the cottages and garden. We then started work to complete Vean which is now our third cottage and also the Mill which is now our wonderful family home. Ardevora is a fabulous place to live - rural but not isolated, beautiful countryside, unspoilt beaches, wonderful walks, tons of wildlife - what more could we want.......
Why Mrs Teri Pitman chose Philleigh
Having spent many years travelling down from the Midlands for holidays to this part Cornwall, we decided to 'up sticks' and relocate to this wonderfully picturesque area. Ardevora is a magical place, a true gem - we can't wait to share it with you........
What makes this Barn unique
We think Ardevora Mill and Cottages is the very best place to holiday, but please don't take our word for it - have a look at comments our guests have written in our guest books over the past years: - loved the cottage, felt so at home - great food and restaurants nearby - what a fantastic 2 weeks we've had - a beautiful and peaceful spot - a delight to see the Tawny Owl on the track - great fun kayaking on the creek - very friendly hosts - excellent location for travelling around the area - very clean, great location with fab views. And finally some parting comments, again from our guests: - we only wish we were able to stay longer - we hope to be back next year - thanks for a lovely and relaxing holiday - will definitely recommend this place to friends - thanks for everything
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Check-out: 11:00 AM
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We are very lucky as the beaches on the Roseland Peninsula are generally quiet and unspoilt - even in the height of the summer you can sometimes find a beach to yourself!! Our closest beaches are:
Carne & Pendower (2 miles from cottage) - these two beaches become one at low tide, both sandy with rock pools, parking, toilets and refreshments available.
Porthcurnick (3 miles from cottage) - a lovely sandy cove with loads of rock pools, toilets & cafe. Ample parking a few minutes walk away.
The nearest airport is Newquay (45 minutes). Further away is Exeter airport (2 hours) and Bristol airport (3 1/2 hours).
Rail service from London Paddington stops at St Austell and/or Truro and takes about 5 hours.
A car is essential for holidays at Ardevora and can easily be arranged in advance, however if you need any help in sorting car hire please contact us on 01872 501991.
Portscatho - 3 mile - fishing village & beach.
Veryan - 5 mile - cornish village & roundhouses.
St Mawes - 7 mile - picturesque village, harbour, castle, passenger ferry to Falmouth.
Eden Project - 24 mile - global garden housing the largest indoor rainforest.
Truro - 14 miles (9 mile via ferry) - bustling cathedral city. Good shopping and plenty of lovely places to eat.
Falmouth - 13 mile (via ferry) - Cornwall's port, lots of quirky shops, restaurants and cafes
King Harry Car Ferry - 3 mile
Lost Gardens of Heligan - 10 miles - world renown restored garden.