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The Leafy Nook
Bed and Breakfast: 6866 Cornwall Coast

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Pets Allowed:   No
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
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  • Close to sandy beach and stunning coastal walks
  • Private entrance and private space-free to come and go as you please
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    Kezia and Tim welcome you to the Leafy Nook.

    Once a stable for the horses on what was previously a farm here at Lower Penvose it has recently been reconstructed and refurbished and is now a lovely, peaceful self-contained space perfect for those wanting some rest and relaxation with some added privacy.

    The accommodation is lovely, clean and stylish. It is an annex adjoined to the house yet is separate giving guests their own private space.

    It is open plan with a high beamed ceiling, a little nook contains the double bed with fresh linen and the adjoining en-suite shower room.

    The rest of the space contains a living room area with comfy L-shape sofa, coffee table and flat screen digital TV with DVD player and accompanying selection of DVD's.

    Tea and coffee making facilities in the room alongside a delicious continental breakfast left outside in a cool box for you in the morning ready to have whenever you feel like getting up.

    There is a small garden outside which guests have use of and if the weather is nice you will be able to enjoy your breakfast out there with long reaching views across the valley.

    We are located a short walk from the beach at West Portholland.

    With their own entrance guests can come and go as they please.

    The Roseland Peninsula is a beautiful part of Cornwall.

    A holiday in this area promises you breathtaking scenery, tranquil beaches and activities to suit all ages - few places can compare.

    An area of outstanding natural beauty there are many secret creeks, superb coastal and country walks, pretty fishing and rural villages.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

    Double bed
    Double bed
    Living space with large comfy sofa
    Living space with large comfy sofa
    View across the valley
    View across the valley

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.

    Room costs £60 per night for 2 sharing and includes breakfast.
    If staying 4 nights or more this is reduced to £50 per night.

    For 1 person only room costs £40 per night.

    No single person supplements and no single night stay restrictions

    We are open all year.

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Please advise us of dietary requirements when booking and we will try and accommodate them
    Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities. Parking right outside front door. Entrance and room all on ground floor with ramp to front door rather than a step.

    Guest Book

    If walking the South West Coast Path, when you reach the beach at West Portholland, follow the road up the valley (Methodist Chapel will be on your left).
    Continue along the road for approx 150 metres until you come to a lane leading up a hill on the right sign posted higher and lower Penvose, walk to the top of the hill and turn into yard (Lower Penvose).
    The Leafy Nook is on the right of the yard.

    If driving by car please look for Portholland on the map and then follow directions as above.
    Portholland is on the south coast between St Mawes and Mevagissey.

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