The Old Vicarage

This spacious Victorian property is ideal for a family gathering or group of friends staying together, with cliff top walks from the garden.

This is an incredible property for a large family wanting that special house in a fantastic location for your unique holiday. The property fuses eclectic style with a modern contemporary feel with period antique furniture. This has to be a ’one off’ property in Cornwall. There are not many houses that sleep fifteen guests in eight bedrooms that have so much space for everyone. The Old Vicarage is a substantial detached house built in the Victorian style that still retains some lovely original features mixed with modern appliances.\nThe vestibule has a Victorian tiled floor flowing through into a large hallway while the vicars study contains the vicars original desk and other religious artefacts and is now a useful study area. The living room is complete with a stripped wood floor open fire and comfortable leather sofas with 55\\ wall mounted TV Sonos sound system and views across the garden from the large bay windows. The spacious kitchendining room is a fabulous room for entertaining with a stripped wooden floor complete with French doors leading out to the very large conservatory which overlooks the garden. The designer kitchen features a SMEG double oven range with six burners and a griddle hot plate wine chiller and two dishwashers make cooking and meal times a dream. The central island has a wooden worktop and a double Belfast sink all in all this a superb room for a special occasion or family gathering. The conservatory is designed in an orangery style and has additional sofas chairs and table for summer dining. All in all something rather special awaits you here at The Old Vicarage. It is perfect for family holidays and weekends away and is just a short walk down the country lane to the pretty little bay at Talland. The South West Coastal Path to Looe runs along the cliff tops from the end of the garden. Beach ¼ mile. Shop 3½ miles pub 1½ miles along the coastal path or at Looe 4 miles and restaurant ½ mile.