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Puddleduck Cottage , Lostwithiel, Cornwall

Puddleduck Cottage
3 Fore Street
Lerryn

Lostwithiel
Cornwall

PL22 0PT | View map

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This character cottage has much charm, with low ceilings, exposed beams, natural wood and stripped pine features. Puddleduck Cottage is in a row of 18th Century stone-built cottages, centrally situated in the village, only a few yards from the river and our excellent local Post Office/General Stores, the popular traditional Ship Inn and riverside village green. Access to the Garden, which overlooks the river and is fully enclosed with Summer House, Picnic Bench and Barbecue is reached via a footpath from the back of the cottage. Weekly bookings are from Saturday to Saturday. By popular request the cottage does not allow smoking or pets. A rowing boat is available for use (by arrangement) as is a WiFi Broadband Hotspot for those who must be in contact with the 'real' world! Lerryn is a magical place, peacefully nestling in a lovely tree lined river valley. A small, friendly, picturesque riverside village, Lerryn is set in a conservation area within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Eden Project is approx 9 miles and the Lost Gardens of Heligan is approximately 13 miles. On the South Coast, Fowey, Mevagissey, Polperro and Looe are in easy driving distance, whilst further away, on the North coast, but within easy reach, are Newquay, Padstow and Tintagel.

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