Barataria

Barataria enjoys a fantastic location just a short walk to the Eden Project, the centre of Charlestown and to the beach.

Visit England ROSE award winner 2018This stylish, detached bungalow, set in a quiet cul-de-sac, provides the ideal accommodation to enjoy all of this beautiful county. One of its best features is the property’s location – Charlestown, the Eden Project and the coast are all easily accessible by foot. Charlestown features a fantastic Shipwreck and Heritage Centre, many quaint streets (a favourite spot for TV and film sets), numerous grand old ships, and a rich history that’s begging to be explored. After a short drive southward, you’ll come to Mevagissey, a charming village and fishing port that’s a must-visit, as is Fowey in the east. Fowey is a mecca for sailing, and a foodie heaven thanks to its numerous fine restaurants and cafés. There are few places in England that can rival the Roseland Heritage Coast for its natural beauty; comprising of small smugglers’ coves, jagged cliffs and golden sands, there’s a plethora of things to see and do, including boat trips, sea fishing, diving, kayaking and a multitude of independent shops selling local produce and crafts. Alternatively, there’s an unfamiliar world waiting to be explored beneath the waves, so why not try scuba diving? Along with many National Trust-owned properties and gardens in the vicinity, the Lost Gardens of Heligan provide fun for the whole family. The stunning horseshoe-shaped beach at Polkerris is usually high on the list of things to do. There’s also a beachfront restaurant, a local pub and water sports hiring facilities.

Golf, horse riding, off road cycle trails and bike hire are all available locally. Attractions found along the North Coast include Padstow, Newquay and Watergate Bay, which provide a different view of this dramatic county, along with numerous surfing schools. Truro features a Gothic cathedral, cinema, theatre, some great shops and a museum, all just a 30-minute drive away. Beach 2 miles. Shop 500 yards, pub and restaurant 1 mile.

All on ground floor: Living room/dining room/kitchen with patio doors and breakfast area. Utility room. 2 super kingsize (zip and link) bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room with walk in shower and toilet. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

Air source underfloor heating, elec, bed linen and towels inc. T/cot. H/chair. 40" Freeview Smart TV. DVD. CD. iPod dock. Induction hob. Electric oven. M/wave. W/machine. T/dryer. D/washer. F/freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed courtyard with patio, sitting-out area and furniture. BBQ. Parking (2 cars). No smoking.

Visit England ROSE award winner 2018This stylish, detached bungalow, set in a quiet cul-de-sac, provides the ideal accommodation to enjoy all of this beautiful county. One of its best features is the property’s location – Charlestown, the Eden Project and the coast are all easily accessible by foot. Charlestown features a fantastic Shipwreck and Heritage Centre, many quaint streets (a favourite spot for TV and film sets), numerous grand old ships, and a rich history that’s begging to be explored. After a short drive southward, you’ll come to Mevagissey, a charming village and fishing port that’s a must-visit, as is Fowey in the east. Fowey is a mecca for sailing, and a foodie heaven thanks to its numerous fine restaurants and cafés. There are few places in England that can rival the Roseland Heritage Coast for its natural beauty; comprising of small smugglers’ coves, jagged cliffs and golden sands, there’s a plethora of things to see and do, including boat trips, sea fishing, diving, kayaking and a multitude of independent shops selling local produce and crafts. Alternatively, there’s an unfamiliar world waiting to be explored beneath the waves, so why not try scuba diving? Along with many National Trust-owned properties and gardens in the vicinity, the Lost Gardens of Heligan provide fun for the whole family. The stunning horseshoe-shaped beach at Polkerris is usually high on the list of things to do. There’s also a beachfront restaurant, a local pub and water sports hiring facilities.\n\nGolf, horse riding, off road cycle trails and bike hire are all available locally. Attractions found along the North Coast include Padstow, Newquay and Watergate Bay, which provide a different view of this dramatic county, along with numerous surfing schools. Truro features a Gothic cathedral, cinema, theatre, some great shops and a museum, all just a 30-minute drive away. Beach 2 miles. Shop 500 yards, pub and restaurant 1 mile.