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Trevenning Chapel, Michaelstow, Cornwall

Trevenning Chapel, dog friendly cottage Michaelstow, Cornwall

A quaint dog friendly cottage in Michaelstow, Trevenning Chapel, is the perfect base for exploring the Cornwall Coast.

Sleeps: 2 Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1 Dogs 1 WiFi

This delightful cottage forms part of a charming barn conversion set amidst beautiful countryside and is a short, 5 miles drive from Port Isaac.

Open plan living area at Trevenning Chapel, dog friendly accommodation, Michaelstow, Cornwall.

A rustic retreat, this would offer the perfect getaway for a romantic break. Boasting solid granite walls, a spacious interior with dramatic vaulted beams and plenty of character, the traditional furnishings offer a welcome stay.

The open interior offers a well equipped kitchen, dining area with steps to a cosy lounge. Upstairs, a mezzanine floor with king size bed and modern shower and WC offers a great view to the interior below and views beyond.

The Mezzanine bedroom at dog friendly cottage, Cornwall - Michaelstow.
An English styled cottage garden offers use of a shared open lawn garden. Step outside with your four legged friend and enjoy scenic countryside walks across footpaths or open moorlands at nearby Bodmin.

Available to book through SnapTrip, read the reviews and check availability. Time to start planning that romantic break.

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Michaelstow and Surrounding Areas

Trevenning Chapel enjoys a great location close to the Atlantic Highway. The bustling seaside towns and villages at Port Isaac, Padstow and Boscastle and the long tracts of sandy beaches at Polzeath and Trebarwith Strand are within easy reach. This is the perfect location for exploring Cornwall’s north coast.

Port Isaac, perhaps known today as the filming location for Doc Martin and Poldark was once a bustling port for the transportation of stone, coal and timber. The harbour is a great place to people watch and enjoy a refreshment from one of the welcoming harbourside pubs. Why not stride out along the clifftop to enjoy the views or perhaps take a fishing trip, on offer during the Summer months from the harbour.

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