2.3 miles SW of Mevagissey
From £290 per week
Quirky Cottage in Cornwall: The perfect little hideaway for two. Chy Kosel means restful dwelling in the Cornish language. Once you arrive you will understand why.
Your small yet soulful escape is situated in peaceful countryside, but not far from Cornwall's salt kissed, sandy beaches. Your humble abode is nestled quietly in nature and is close to the truly enchanting Roseland Peninsula. Chy Kosel is the dreamiest year-round hideaway. Enjoy cosy autumnal moments in front of the wood-burner and long romantic, summertime evenings out on the decking. We promise from the moment you arrive, you will fall in love with this beautiful bolthole, perfectly designed for two.
This boujie little bothie, is all on one level. The open plan living space is ideal for creating snug winter moments. Pour yourself a glass of red, light the fire and hunker down with a board game. If visiting in the spring, open the patio doors and let the morning light flood into your little haven. The doors lead out to your charming terrace, the perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee, fresh pastry in hand. If you fancy dining in and treating your loved one to a romantic meal for two then you are in for a treat, as the kitchen is well equipped for foodie lovers. The bedroom interiors make the space a truly calm and relaxing space. There's an en suite shower-room and charming French doors that lead out to your sun-soaked garden.
Out and About
From this idyllic tucked away location in the hamlet of Trevarrick there are an abundance of country lanes and rural rambles right on your doorstep. The gorgeous gardens at Caerhays and The Lost Gardens of Heligan aren't far and for the plant lovers amongst us are an unmissable day out. Unspoilt beaches, miles of rolling headlands and charming fishing villages await you on your Cornish adventure. The soft sandy beaches and calm waters of Caerhays and Gorran are only a five-minute drive and the coastal path leads you to the quaint villages of Portloe and Portmellon. The nearby fishing village of Mevagissey is a delightful jumble of fishermen's cottages, ancient pubs and quaint shops, and the trendy sailing village of St Mawes is not far away. With its 16th Century Castle (English Heritage) and stunning harbour this pretty village is surrounded by lovely local shops and an excellent choice of places to eat.
The village pub in St Ewe will give you a warm welcome and is perfect for a quick bite to eat. For those looking to venture off the beaten track The Hidden Hut is well worth the adventure. Found along the coastal footpath at Porthcurnick beach, is where you will find this popular set up. Only accessible by foot it's the perfect place for a fresh snack or winter warming mug of soup. If you fancy an evening meal, keep an eye out for tickets as The Hidden Hut is famous for their fabulous feast nights. Tickets go quickly, but if you are lucky enough to attend you will understand why. Feasting under the stars on delicious local produce with the waves lapping at the shore just below... what a dream.
Chy Kosel is just perfect for exploring this magical corner of Cornwall. With lots to explore nearby and a cosy, quaint space to relax and unwind, you'll be looking to return from the moment you arrive.
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV, DVD player and wood-burner.
Electric cooker, fridge and dishwasher
Utility-room with washing machine/drier
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6) and en suite shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Availability, reservations and pricing: £290 - £725 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.
A non-refundable booking fee of £38 is payable per booking.
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The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Magical gardens, restored by Tim Smit, who later went on to create the Eden Project. There's also a well-stocked farm shop here where you can stock up on local produce.
The Hidden Hut
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The Barley Sheaf at Gorran
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The location of attractions is intended only as a guide. Distances are 'as the crow flies'.