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Rosevean House

St. Agnes, Cornwall (CW127)
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Rosevean House holiday home details

Believed to have been built for the Captain of the Mines, Rosevean House is a rarity on the North Coast of Cornwall. It is a substantial six double bedroom property located in the heart of the thriving village of St Agnes.

Rosevean House is arranged over three floors with six double bedrooms, three of which are en suite and a further two shower rooms. It has a large open plan kitchen, dining and living room with bay windows overlooking the garden and on the lower ground floor benefits from a large games room with a full sized pool table and table football as well as a TV/Cinema room.There is a large terrace with garden furniture and a barbecue and an additional terrace adjacent to the games room which catches the evening sun. Beautiful well stocked gardens surround the property with ample parking and plenty of space to store bikes, surfboards etc.

St Agnes has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tin mining was of vital importance to the village, but today it is also well known for its thriving arts and crafts and for its many excellent restaurants and cafes. Rosevean House is half a mile from Trevaunance Cove which is a fantastic beach for surfers but also for those simply wishing to enjoy the scenery or explore the splendid rock pools. There are two other nearby beaches, Chapel Porth which is owned by the National Trust and Porthtowan which was recently described by the Telegraph as the UK’s best beach for learning to surf. The area is spectacular for walking but is also becoming increasingly popular for cyclists.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps twelve guests.
  • Master bedroom with 6' super king size bed and en-suite bathroom.
  • Five double bedrooms with 6' super king size zip and link beds (see notes).
  • Two en-suite wet rooms.
  • Two shower rooms.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • WiFi.
  • Ample parking for six cars.
  • Children of all ages welcome.
  • Two well behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge) (see notes).

Additional features

  • Rangemaster electric oven with gas hob.
  • Washing machine.
  • Tumble dryer.
  • Two large fridges.
  • Separate under the counter freezer.
  • Dishwasher.
  • Microwave.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • Two televisions with Freeview TV.
  • WiFi.
  • Cot and highchair and stairgates available on request.
  • Garden furniture.
  • Barbecue.
  • Games room with full sized pool table and table football.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Within walking distance there is an excellent choice of local shops, restaurants and pubs.
  • St Agnes has two excellent sandy beaches, Trevaunance Cove (10 minute walk) and Chapel Porth which is owned by the National Trust. Both are popular and suit all ages, try your hand at rock pooling or give surfing a shot. St Agnes itself has a butcher, two bakers, two small supermarkets, two greengrocers, and a fish “ deli “ and there is a fishmonger on the way to Chapel Porth – so it is easy to “shop local”.
  • Surf lessons and equipment hire are available at Trevaunance Cove and coasteering and guided kayaking are further options. Otherwise, play a game of tennis at St Agnes Tennis Club where you can “pay to play.”
  • For the less adventurous, St Agnes is well known as a centre for arts and crafts and there are a wealth of workshops and galleries to explore. To take in the refreshing sea air, enjoy one of the many superb walks, a recommended one is around St Agnes Beacon which is owned by the National Trust and offers some stunning views.
  • The village is an ideal location for exploring this beautiful part of Cornwall with a huge range of things to keep you busy. If you have a passion for food why not try the mouth-watering Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall restaurant (Watergate Bay) or enjoy a delicious meal at Rick Stein's seafood restaurant (book well ahead to secure a table).
  • The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heliganor Falmouth with its superb castle and Maritime Museum provide you with a diverse and interesting variety of activities.
  • The National Trust House and Gardens of Trellisick and Trerice are both beautiful places to take a wander. Otherwise, simply take a stroll around the pretty town of Padstow with its abundance of shops or the cathedral city of Truro.
  • Have dinner cooked in the comfort of your cottage by Georgina Campbell 07590 725 563.
  • The Cathedral City of Truro with its many shops and restaurants is nine miles away.
  • There are a number of National Trust properties nearby to explore and St Ives, with The Tate at St Ives and Barbara Hepworth Museum is well worth a visit.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

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