This 1864 brick Church is a classic ’80s conversion! With loads of character but with modern essentials it’s a perfect place for a family holiday. Many who have stayed have remarked on its calming relaxing ambience.
The original barrelled Baltic pine ceiling and polished floor reflect the warmth and honesty of the timber that came out in sailing ships as ballast over 150 years ago! Built by the ‘no nonsense’ Cornish miners the Church is a treasured bastion to the rich gold rush of the past. The country garden is a place to play and relax.
Our railway carriage is a lovely place to stay for a couple. It’s cosy but quite spacious, unusual but has all mod cons, it’s warm with a slow combustion fire and cool with two AC split systems one each end of the carriage.
With woollen carpet, top spec fittings furniture 1920s decorating touches you could really believe you are in a Hercule Poirot film set! It’s different, fun, special and it’s in the country quiet and peaceful! Except for the odd cow mooing, magpies warbling!