2 bedrooms (one en suite), verandah, sleeps 4(-6)
George Coulsting & Chez Williams
- english, french
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - There is a secure verandah for drying dogs out.There is a secure verandah for drying dogs out.
No smoking - No smoking on verandah due to fire hazard.No smoking on verandah due to fire hazard.
Max guests: 6 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
- Please leave car in car park at top after unloading.
We love staying here, lovely property in a lovely area. George and Chez are wonderful hosts too.
Great location - ideal for family with young kids
Despite the poor weather we enjoyed our stay here. Very quiet and private with great views of the surrounding countryside from the living/dinning room.
Very neat, clean, compact and well thought out chalet.
Perfect for escape a bit
The property actually looks better than on the photos, really nice and charming. Everything is nice and clean. The kitchen is well equipped too. Perfect for escape a bit. I think the car is essential to discover the area and for shopping too.
Beautiful place for relaxing
This was a fantastic place to relax and unwind, so peaceful, and lots of wildlife - rabbits and birds to see. The beautiful Town beach is an easy 5 minute walk away. We can highly recommend a stay here.
Kathy and Trevor.
Perfect Location For A Complete Getaway
Lovely location. Warm, comfortable chalet.
Rightly designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Roseland offers a magnificent unspoiled landscape of woods, fields and lanes girdled by a shoreline of coves, cliffs and beaches made easily accessible by the famous South West Coastal Path. Walk to St Anthony and catch ferry to St Mawes in season. Catch ferry from St MAwes to Falmouth. There are special treasures here like the round houses at Veryan, the ancient King Harry Ferry, and the uniquely beautiful waterside church of St. Just-in-Roseland with its sub-tropical churchyard. The quaint conjoined villages of Portscatho and Gerrans are an easy walk away (along a bridleway or along the SW Coastal Path). A little further afield are the chalk-and-cheese towns of Falmouth and Truro — the bustling Bohemian port and the graceful county capital (bring your own boat and you can sail direct to both!). The National Trust cares not only for the coastal strip but also for some of the area’s finest gardens, including Trelissick and Glendurgan; other no less famous local gardens include Trebah and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.