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Tean Cottage is a genuine homage to Oak as the entire property has been beautifully crafted throughout using only the finest English wood to create a visually stunning and stylish holiday property with a difference. Located in the traditional Cornish village of St. Buryan, this former farm hands cottage has been completely renovated by the current owners to create a unique and enchanting property that meets the exacting standards of today’s demanding visitor. However, during the renovation they have been careful to ensure that the cottage retains as many original features as possible so that it feels extremely cosy and inviting and true to its Cornish heritage. The complimentary use of English Oak has been meticulously used in almost every aspect of the cottage from the flooring to the open beams, the internal doors to the kitchen units and even the beautiful bespoke bunk beds! Tean Cottage (The name Tean is derived from a small uninhabited island that forms part of the Isles of Scilly) also benefits from a charming rear extension complete with a single bedroom, an en-suite shower room and a beautiful sunny lounge space which is ideal for an additional guest, (or a guest with mobility problems) or just for Grandma or Grandad who sometimes requires a little quiet time from the holiday mayhem! From the annexe, doors lead to a pretty rear garden area which is completely paved with flowering shrubs and plants and which also benefits from a raised deck area and summerhouse. As the garden is south facing and attracts the sun for most of the day, it is perfect for al fresco eating or that long awaited book! St. Buryan is a lovely, quiet and traditional little Cornish village which benefits from a good pub, two well stocked shops (including a Post Office) and a petrol station. Whilst located almost in the centre of West Cornwall both the north and south coasts can be easily reached by a short car journey. On the south coast guests can visit the fabulous beach at Porthcurno and the world famous Minack Theatre, the regional hub of Penzance with its air and sea links to the Isles of Scilly and Land’s End. On the north coast, the stunning mile and half beach at Sennen Cove are only minutes away as is the UNESCO World Heritage tin mines at St. Just and Botallack. Tean Cottage is a really beautiful cottage that ticks all of the boxes but hurry as it will not be a secret for too long!
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Entrance through front door into large open plan living space with wooden floor. Granite feature fireplace with wood burning stove on a slate plinth. Comfortable Chesterfield sofa and armchair seating, flat screen television with integral DVD player. Fully fitted Oak kitchen units with granite effect work tops. Ceramic sink, dishwasher, electric cooker with double oven and grill, canopy hood with lights and extractor fan, fridge and freezer. Microwave. Oak dining table and benches Tiled floor. Double doors to rear annexe. Lovely bright room with glass ceiling and tiled flooring throughout. Four tub chairs and small table. Bedroom with single Oak bed and lovely views over the rear patio and garden. Flat screen television with integral DVD player. Luxury en-suite shower room with thermostatic shower, glass shower panel, hand basin, WC. Shaver point. Wall mounted electric heated towel rail. Velux window for additional light. Oak cupboard with integral washer/dryer . Stable door to rear garden. Oak staircase to first floor. Bedroom with bespoke Oak bunk beds (3ft), integral wardrobe and additional furniture. Oak flooring. Views to the front of the property. Family bathroom with bath, additional thermostatic shower and glass panel. Hand basin on an Oak vanity unit. Separate tiled shower area with thermostatic shower. Velux ceiling window. Wall mounted electric heated towel rail. Master bedroom with Oak double bed, flat screen television, additional furniture, integral wardrobe and wood floor. Views over the rear garden and summerhouse. Contemporary electric heating throughout. Double stair gates, high chair and cot available. Complimentary Broadband available. Outside: Large paved area with flower beds stocked with Clematis, Hostas and ferns etc. Raised deck area with garden furniture. Summerhouse. BBQ.
•Guests are kindly asked to refrain from smoking inside the property and one small dog is accepted.
West Cornwall abounds with a rich selection of traditional country villages and hamlets. They are, quite simply, what makes this part of the world so special. Set among rolling farmland and located three miles inland from Porthcurno, the delightful village of St Buryan can be found. Named after the Irish Saint Buriana, the centre of the village is dominated by the 14 century church which acts as a distinctive landmark for miles around together with its and its circular graveyard. The church is a grade 1 listed building and its six bells are said to have the heaviest peel in the country. Legends state that the 6th century saint (Buriana) was buried here after perishing whilst trying to kidnap a local king, despite Cornwall's patron Saint Piran's attempts to save her. Agriculture is strong in St Buryan, with ploughing competitions and horse shows still a regular part of summer festivities. This rural village is surrounded by several stunning ancient monuments. The famous Merry Maidens stone circle and The Pipers standing stones, to name a few, and there are ancient Christian crosses all around the neighbouring area. A few miles to the north of St Buryan lays the Carn Euny Prehistoric Village, an ancient settlement dating back to the Iron Age, which was active during Roman times.
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