Bright, fresh and inviting, Arnold Cottage enjoys glorious views over the surrounding fields to the sea. The upside-down arrangement of the house makes the most of its unique position and the decking area provides a fabulous space to unwind.
You're very welcome to bring 1 dog with you on your holiday at Arnold for which there is a £20 per week surcharge. Please message us if you'd like to bring your furry friend!
WE HAVE A MINIMUM SHORT STAY OF 3 NIGHTS AT A PRICE OF £250.
The ground floor has two bedrooms – one double and one with twin beds. Plus a bathroom with bath, shower over and w.c.
On the first floor there is a large living room and an open plan kitchen. The living room has distant sea views as well as lovely views of the surrounding countryside. There is a sofa bed in the living area suitable for accommodating 2 extra people.
There are patio doors leading out to a decking area and enclosed garden below. There are superb views of the countryside from the decking which provides a great place to dine al fresco and relax.
The cottage has full central heating (included in price), a washing machine/dryer, a dishwasher and a fridge-freezer plus a barbecue. In addition, there is a TV/ DVD/ Video recorder, a radio/ tape/ CD player, and an iPOD docking station. A cot and highchair are also provided free of charge. The beds are made up with lovely egyptian cotton linen for your comfort.
Wifi at property.
There is parking for up to 3 cars.
Other things to note
Arnold Cottage is a no-smoking property.
We do not supply bath towels but can order them for hire at £6 per bale on your request.
PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE A MINIMUM SHORT STAY PRICE OF £250
In mid season short breaks are not always possible, so please enquire first.
Minimum 1 week duration in high season.
Cot and highchair can be supplied on request.
Please note we do not accept hen/stag parties.
Minimum price for short stays of 2 or more nights £250.
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Hi, my name is Tim, and I run a small business renting out holiday cottages in Cornwall and France. Whilst I don't live in Cornwall, I fell in love with it many years ago, and have been visiting regularly ever since, either to maintain the properties, or just to get away from life. There is something about the West country that makes you forget your worries, and remember what life should be about.