A lovely detached cottage-style bungalow set within an acre of land, Bryanack accepts pets, has wheelchair access and offers stunning views over National Trust managed coastline and countryside to the Atlantic Ocean.
Entrance to the property is through a porch into the open plan area which is furnished to a high standard with comfy sofa, TV, DVD player, and a cosy log burning stove, perfect for curling up in front of after bracing coastal walks on cooler days. The sitting room has windows both to the front and the side to maximise those fabulous views.
A dining area provides a table and chairs, and the fitted and fully equipped kitchen has an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. The same beautiful views over the Atlantic coastline can be appreciated through the patio window, or slide back the door to step out to a decked patio with garden furniture and barbecue for al fresco eating and evening summertime drinks.
Three bedrooms sleep six: the master bedroom is furnished with a double bed (4'6"), TV and DVD player and enjoys views over open countryside. Two further bedrooms are both furnished with twin beds in each (3' beds). The fully tiled family bathroom is fitted with a bath with overhead shower, heated towel rail, WC and basin, and a separate shower room offers a walk-in shower, heated towel rail, WC and basin.
Heated by oil fired central heating and the log burning stove, Bryanack welcomes up to two dogs.
Bryanack is very close to the coastal paths, so leave your car behind and enjoy lovely coastal walks to the beaches of Porthtowan, Portreath, Trevaunance Cove and Chapel Porth.
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Perfect for walkers
Enjoy a rural stroll down the hill to feel the sand between your toes at Trevaunance Cove. Paddle in the crystal clear water, explore the many rockpools, pack a picnic or treat yourself at one of the beach bars or restaurants. Take the kids, take the dog, and settle into this sheltered cove for a delightful day at the beach.
Cutlure and History
St Agnes got its name from the legend of the Bolster giant. He fell in love with local girl Agnes who eventually managed to rid the village of Bolster’s tyranny, the story of which is re-enacted each May in a village pageant. The local landscape shows the mining legacy of the area, and is recognised as both a World Heritage Site, and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Food and Drink
For a little Cornish village, St Agnes packs a punch for places to eat and drink. With a great range of bars and pubs, both traditional and contemporary, a fabulous beachside restaurant, and lovely cafes offering artisan coffee and freshly baked pastries, there’s a plethora of choice. Takeaways include fish and chips, Chinese, pizza, a vegan bakery, ice creams, and of course not forgetting the infamous Cornish pasty!
Kayaking tours can be booked from St Agnes to explore the coves, caves and hidden beaches of the area and experience Cornwall from a different viewpoint. Book lessons at a local surf schools, discover rock pools, spectacular coastal walks and take in the panoramic view from St Agnes Beacon. Nearby Perranporth has a links golf course in the dunes, horse riding school and airfield for flying lessons and hang gliding.
There’s plenty to see and do in the local area, without having to travel too far. Within a short drive of all our properties, visitors can pet farm animals and sample the local cyder at Healeys Cyder Farm, find out how ice cream is made (and of course treat yourself to some!) at Callestick Farm Cornish Ice Cream, and discover the ruins of St Piran’s Oratory in the sand dunes at Perranporth. Dairyland, with horse rides, farm animals, and a huge soft play area, is a great day out for families with young children, as is Lappa Valley Steam Railway with train rides and play park and exploring creatures of the deep at Newquay's Blue Reef Aquarium at Towan Beach.
Slightly further afield is The Eden Project with its famous biomes, the National Trust houses of Lanhydrock, Trelissick and Trerice, and the spectacular gardens of Glendurgan, Trebah and The Lost Gardens of Heligan. From the rugged and dramatic north coast to the sheltered harbours of south coast fishing villages, everyone is bound to find a corner of Cornwall that captures their heart. Visit St Ives for cobbled streets and art galleries including the Tate St Ives, walk the causeway to St Michael’s Mount island off Marazion, and explore Falmouth’s fascinating maritime history. Padstow is a foodie’s heaven, while Truro boasts a stunning Gothic Revival cathedral and is the county’s shopping hub.
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A beautiful spot with lovely sea and countryside views. A comfortable, well equipped cottage with benefit of 2 bathrooms and in a peaceful, tranquil place.
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