4.6 miles W of Falmouth
Sleeps 2 | dog friendly
From £409 per week
Cabin in Cornwall: a peaceful, cosy hideaway for two, nestled in the countryside near the idyllic Helford River and vibrant town of Falmouth.
Cuddle Cabin is a peaceful haven for a romantic getaway. It’s tucked away in a secluded corner of the owners’ smallholding, in a beautiful green meadow in the Cornish countryside, so it’s the perfect place to unwind, slow down and reconnect with nature together. Just a short distance away is the Helford River, with mile upon mile of picturesque scenery and pathways to discover. It’s a wonderful spot for wild swimming too. The bustling maritime of Falmouth is also nearby, if you want to soak up some culture or sample some foodie delights.
The light, bright, open plan interior in Cuddle Cabin is thoughtfully designed to be both cosy and spacious. Curl up on the comfortable L-shaped sofa, with the double doors open to the fresh, countryside air. Or on a chilly evening, light the wood-burner and enjoy a glass of red snuggled under a blanket. The modern kitchen has built-in appliances, a microwave and plenty of work top and storage space to prepare a special breakfast or evening meal to serve at the dining table. From the bedroom, double doors lead straight out to the beautiful garden, so you can step outside in your dressing gown and enjoy the morning light and clucking of the free-roaming chickens whilst you sip your coffee. There’s a large shower room with a heated towel rail, and a luxurious ensuite dressing room too. WiFi is included, so you can plan your day’s adventures from the comfort of your cabin.
Outside, a tree-lined path leads to the front door and the tranquil outdoor decking and seating area. It’s a secluded, peaceful, spot to relax and read a book in the warmth of the sun, or cook up a feast on the barbecue. As the sun goes down, you’ll have your own fire pit to huddle around and look up at the stars.
Whether you’re looking for a blissful bolthole to relax and unwind, or a beautiful base for a Cornish adventure, Cuddle Cabin is the perfect retreat to spend some quality time together away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Out and About
Situated in the lovely village of Constantine, close to the Helford River. This pretty village has everything you need. There's a pub, convenience store, a general store (with an off-licence offering more than 100 different whiskies), a mobile Post Office (opening times may vary) and a craft gallery with local Information Centre. The village is lovely to wander around with many walks to be explored on surrounding footpaths. The wonderful scenery and estuaries around the beautiful Helford River are waiting to be discovered. With hidden coves and spectacular sites of the Lizard peninsula within easy reach.
Just up the road from the cabin is Slice of Cornwall an incredible cafe serving magnificent brunches and lunches, as well as stocking lots of stunning local crafts, perfect for gift shopping or treating yourself. There are many other great eateries in the surrounding villages and, if you venture a little further into the maritime town of Falmouth (complete with some brilliant beaches) or up to the Cathedral City of Truro, you are spoilt for choice.
Step into open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, wood-burner, electric oven, microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster. Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin. Bedroom with double bed and adjoining Dressing-room.
Please keep your dog on a lead when the owners' chickens are out and about.
Availability, reservations and pricing: £409 - £730 per week
Bed linen and towels are included in the price. There are no extra charges for cots or high chairs where they are listed in the property description on the website.
There is a charge of £35 per pet per week or short break.
A non-refundable booking fee of £38 is payable per booking.
Cuddle Cabin Reviews
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