Ref-000839 Launceston, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Sleeps 4

staddlestones Double bedroom Kitchen garden view sitting room

sitting room


  • Sleeps 4- 1 X Double & 1 X Twin
  • Ideally Situated To Explore The North & South Coasts
  • Set Around Stunning Countryside
  • Short Drive To Many Attractions


  • Nearby Golfing
  • Parking
  • Rural Location
  • Garden


A single storey barn conversion situated in the grounds of historic Trelaske House which still owns the central twelve acres of a once larger estate. According to legend it was landscaped by Capability Brown.

The property has its own access, own gardens, patio and garden furniture.

It sleeps up to four people; one bedroom contains a double bed, the second, two steps down has twin beds.

There is a large living room with inglenook fireplace, ornamental woodburner and television.

The fitted kitchen/dining room has both an electric cooker with hood and a microwave oven. There is also a washer drier and fridge/freezer.

The bathroom has a seperate shower cubicle to the bath, an airing cupboard with immersion heater, wc.

Full oil fired central heating is available as a chargeable extra.

Regret strictly no pets or smokers

The property is ideally situated to explore much of Devon and Cornwall. The North and South coasts, Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor, are all within easy reach. Stunning countryside, pretty villages and several golf courses are all close to hand.

Access to the A30 dual carriageway which joins the M5 at Exeter is easily accessible. Lewannick village just three quarters of a mile away has a Post Office/store, church, pub, surgery and repairs garage.


Location on google maps

The poet John Betjeman made reference to Trelaske as a delightful wooded manor and even today there are many very old trees in the valley  which you will see when you come down the main driveway.

This part of Cornwall is full of winding country lanes to explore with many old stone cottages and farmhouses. Further down the lane is a picturesque old millhouse and ford. The are several footpaths in the village and up on the moor where evidence of the very ancient Cornwall can be seen in the form of standing stones and earthworks.

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