3.4 miles SE of Helston
From £107 per night
Cabin with a hot tub in Cornwall: With dreamy interiors, a warming wood-burner and a gorgeous hot tub, this sumptuous hideaway is full of subtle luxuries and boasts exceptional countryside views.
The Dairy is tucked away at the end of a private tree-lined drive, making the arrival to your hidden haven truly enchanting. Open the front door and step into your dreamy little escape. The interiors are simply stunning. The dark walls create a cosy and romantic atmosphere, while the open plan living, dining and kitchen areas allow for your day to flow smoothly from start to finish. Enjoy golden mornings out on the patio, coffee in hand as you take in the unspoilt countryside views of the Lizard Peninsula, and embrace magical star lit skies as you soak in the hot tub, glass of bubbles in hand. This Unique hideaway has been lovingly handcrafted by the amazing owners. No detail has been spared, ensuring your escape to nature is truly one-of-a-kind.
As you walk through the front door you are warmly welcomed by the contemporary kitchen. The magnificent granite work surfaces, large island and exposed beams make for a lovely space to prep and enjoy intimate dinners. As you walk down the steps into your heavenly living and dining space, light the wood-burner and prepare for a night by the warmth of the fire. The Dairy is the idyllic hideaway throughout every season. The living space boasts exceptional views of the surrounding farmland and beyond. Just off from the kitchen is where you will find your boujie boudoir. With more exposed, rustic beams and a lavish colour palette of subtle earthy olives and rich reds and blues, this space makes for the wonderful night sleep. Your en suite shower-room features a large walk-in shower, just perfect for refreshing your salt-kissed skin after a day at the beach.
As you step through the gorgeous double doors and out to your private patio, you are greeted by peaceful views of rolling countryside. Here you will enjoy long lazy brunches, romantic candle lit dinners and cosy fire pit moments. Your private hot tub is the crème de la crème of this serene sanctuary. On balmy summers evenings, enjoy the warmth of the bubbles as you watch the sky transform into a pastel pallet of soft summer hues.
The Dairy is the perfect hideaway for moments on the water, adventures on the coast path or for slow days snuggling up by the wood-burner with a good book. This little wonder is positioned on a farm which is shared by the owners that live on site, a holiday cottage, a cabin and the resident chickens. Please note your privacy is always respected.
Five minutes' drive from this tranquil retreat is Poldhu beach, a sandy bay popular with locals, surfers and wildlife watchers. This National Trust beach has a small surf school, wonderful walks and spectacular views across Mount's Bay, and a great café. Their hot chocolates are a must, and they also do pizza on the beach in the summer months.
Nearby is the beautiful, wooded Helford River and Frenchman's Creek. To the south are the fishing villages of Coverack and Mullion and the popular Kynance Cove. The area is dotted with lesser known exquisitely unspoilt sandy coves that are fabulous picnic spots. Visit the magical Trelowarren Estate and New Yard restaurant, enjoy fantastic walks at Loe Bar, Cornwall's largest freshwater lake, or wander through the arty coastal town of Porthleven with its historic fishing harbour.
Penvores Farm is on the Lizard peninsula, a fantastically diverse area which encompasses tree-lined rivers, open moorland, undulating countryside and the sea. Great pubs, open gardens, historic buildings, and all manner of wildlife can be seen within a few miles and good walks enjoyed from the doorstep. We promise, from the moment you arrive at The Dairy, you will simply fall in love with the space and all that surrounds your hidden haven in the Cornish countryside.
There is one other hideaway onsite The Field Room (4953), and a couple of other holiday cottages, but please note all properties have complete privacy and their own parking areas.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV, Bluetooth soundbar and wood-burner. Electric hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Please note there are steps from the kitchen to the living/dining-room area. Babes in arms under six months old are accepted at The Dairy.
Availability, reservations and pricing: From £107 - £179 per night
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.
A non-refundable booking fee of £45 is payable per booking.
The Dairy Reviews
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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.