Peaceful Cornish Cottages


Lanreath, Cornwall, PL13 2NX

Tel: 0330 311 2608

Peaceful Cornish Cottages


These Cottages were originally a barn and were converted approximately 20 years ago, keeping many of their characteristics i.e. stone walls and wooden beams, they are upside down cottages with the bedroom and shower room on the ground floor and on the second floor the lounge and kitchenette area.

The cottages are equipped with cooker, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, kettle, kitchen utensils and crockery, they have a flat screen Freeview TV with built in DVD player and free Wi-Fi, an iron and ironing board, bedding and towels are supplied.

Each cottage has outside seating area where you can sit and enjoy a cup of tea or glass of wine after your day exploring Cornwall, or go alfresco, you are invited to use all the garden which extends up steps to beautiful far reaching views across the hills with plenty of seating areas, guests are also welcome to use the washing machine and tumble dryer housed in the utility room.

We are in a pretty little village called Lanreath, pronounced Lanreth, the Parish can trace its existence back at least to the Domesday book of 1086, when it was known as Lanredoch. The present-day version is a derivation of the ‘church site (Lann) of Raydhogh’.

Lanreath is well steeped in legend, including the alleged sighting on numerous occasions of a ghost dressed in black driving a coach pulled by headless horses. Intending visitors shouldn’t worry though – he hasn’t been seen for ages!

The present day Lanreath has a population of around 500. The Coast is just a short distance to the South and the Moors to the North.

Lanreath has a Village shop and Post Office, a Bar and a Church which the present building – or the earliest part of it dates back approximately 900 years.

Lanreath is ideally located to explore all that Cornwall has to offer i.e.

Just six miles is the fishing port of Looe where there are many boat trips, from Shark fishing to leisure trips, or you can just amble around the quaint streets where there are many shops, bars, restaurants and cafes.

Nearby is the quaint village of Polperro (six miles), walk or catch the tram down through the narrow streets of shops, restaurants, and cafes down to the Harbour.

Also nearby is Polruan (eight miles) parking in the last public car park, with breath taking views looking onto the Estuary and across to Fowey, and to the left the Atlantic. On occasions you can see large tankers coming in to collect clay from the clay mines up the Fowey Estuary, and occasionally you will see Cruise Liners docking in at Fowey. You can amble down the narrow streets to the boat yard where you can catch a ferry across to Fowey, from the ferry you will see the famous author Daphne du Maurier’s Blue & Cream cottage from where she wrote some very famous novels and short stories.

Fowey is a small town, civil parish and cargo port at the mouth of the River Fowey. The town has been in existence since well before the Norman invasion. the estuary of the River Fowey forms a natural harbour which enabled the town to become an important trading centre.

Truro – Capital City of Cornwall with it’s beautiful Cathedral and cobbled street.

Lost Gardens of Heligan Today Heligan’s 200 acres are a paradise for the explorer, wildlife, plant lover and garden romantic.

Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, Penzance One of the world’s most famous outdoor theatres. The Minack is a unique theatre perched on the cliffs high above the Atlantic Ocean.

The Eden Project with massive biomes housing the largest rainforest in captivity.

St. Michael’s Mount

On the North Coast – Padstow

Port Isaac (26 miles) in TV frequently used as a set for Doc Martin and Poldark.

Or alternatively explore this magical county on foot, from wooded valleys and rolling farmland to rugged coastal cliffs and pretty fishing villages, Cornwall's countryside offers a wealth of opportunity to get outdoors.

Just a short driving distance away from Lanreath there is a selection of Pubs, Restaurants, and Takeaways in Looe & Polperro.

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Number of Rooms / Units
Room / Unit TypeRoom / Unit Tariff*
The Cottagefrom £350.00 to £560.00 per unit per week
The Retreatfrom £350.00 to £560.00 per unit per week

*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.


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Opening Times

2021 (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)