St. Anthony-in-Roseland Cottages
Muddy says: Four picture-perfect holiday cottages on the Roseland Peninsula offer a change of pace in one of Cornwall’s prettiest and sleepiest corners.
St. Anthony-in-Roseland Cottages are situated on the Place Estate , surrounded by sea and private and National Trust farmland on the Roseland Peninsula. Whether you want to take it easy or get busy exploring, these family-run cottages offer beautiful accommodation and a brilliant base for your holiday.
The largest property is Meadow House, a bright and sunny cottage, which is a fantastic option for families, sleeping up to nine people.
Barton Bothy is semi-detached but totally secluded from the main farmhouse and affords lovely views. This cottage sleeps four or five, making it ideal for couples or smaller families.
Just by the slipway is pretty Place Lodge. Originally the coachman’s house, this Victorian cottage is another great choice for families with a sunny and sheltered patio and secret garden.
Enchanting Lavender Cottage is a magical place for couples to stay. Tucked in a corner of the walled garden, the cottage and its small terrace are an oasis of peace even in high season.
Dogs are welcome and all the cottages have open fires with logs provided, so are comfortable and cosy to come back to after a day exploring the designated ANOB, walking the heritage coastline or messing about in boats (moorings and dinghy park available).