Savour the country &the coast at The Old Barn, a Grade II listed conversion in Looe, Cornwall, which sits on a working farm surrounded by lush green fields. Rural character abounds in this stone-built cottage, which boasts an open fire, two sitting rooms, beams and wood panelling plus modern style.
The Old Barn is a Grade II listed conversion which blends the old and the new and the country and the coast. Situated in a quiet hamlet in Looe, Cornwall, the cottage offers beautiful countryside views and proximity to the ocean, as well as an open fire, exposed beams, wood panelling and contemporary comfort.
The working farm surrounds the property and provides beautiful views of green fields, and the cottage boasts its own garden with a lawn and a furnished area. The balcony is also furnished and is another prime spot from which to admire the view, enjoy a glass of wine or share a BBQ in the sun.
Character defines the interior, which contains exposed beams, wood panelling and other tributes to the past. The modern, well-equipped kitchen includes the dining area and the comfortable sitting room promises warmth and relaxation with its wood burner.
More reminders of yesteryear are found in the bedrooms, which include a twin, a double and two rooms with double beds and en-suite shower. The family bathrooms contain a bath or shower.
Visitors to The Old Barn are spoilt with authenticity and proximity to the coast and can count on WiFi, amenities for young children, central heating, parking and laundry facilities, as well as a TV with Freeview, DVD and a selection of books, games and DVDs.
The Old Barn is set on a working farm and is perfectly situated between the country and the coast. Looe beach is just moments away, and the cottage is close to attractions such as Banjo Pier, Hannafore, the Heritage Centre and Kilminorth Woods, plus Bodmin Moor and Tamar Valley.