Green Bank Cottage -
This pretty traditional granite cottage lies within a peaceful wooded hamlet, close to the Helford River, four miles from Helston and nine miles from Falmouth in West Cornwall. Green Bank Cottage faces south and has an attractive sunny conservatory which overlooks a sheltered and enclosed walled garden.
The cottage is well equiped and tastefully furnished.There is the added advantage of having an adjoining paddock, and private woodland, useful to those with dogs. Parking is off the road alongside the garden wall, or alternatively one can use the parking space provided in the paddock.


Features:
Pets AcceptedSmoking PermittedGround Floor AccomodationEnclosed GardenDigital TvWashing MachineBedding ProvidedTowels ProvidedParking
Rating:
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Beds: 3
Location: Seworgan, Cornwall. Sleeps: 6
 


  • Location:
    Experience the comfortable relaxed atmosphere of Green Bank Cottage and Spa. Our four star rated 'Selective Cornish Retreat' offers peace and tranquillity in this charming well equipped traditional Cornish Cottage, nestling in the pretty hamlet of Seworgan, close to the market town of Helston. Revel in the real beauty of Cornwall and enjoy everything this spectacular region has to offer. Available all the year round and dogs

  • Accomodation:
    • Central heating,
      Intruder alarm,
      Fitness room,
      Hairdryer,
      Jacuzzi,
      Linen,
      Sauna,
      Sunbed,
      Telephone,
      Towels provided,
      4 ring cooker,
      Dishwasher,
      Freezer, Fridge, Grill, Hob,
      Microwave, Oven, Washing machine,

  • Outside:

    Green Bank Cottage has a sheltered and enclosed south facing walled garden leading to a paddock. Useful to those with dogs. There is access to a four acre field with small private woodland and stream. Parking available off Road.

     

  • Facilities:
    One double with vanity unit. Two twin bedrooms. Bathroom with a shower. WC. Razor point. The pine kitchen is large and well equipped with a dishwasher, washing machine, electric cooker, fridge-freezer and microwave. The lounge has comfortable seating, a log burner,TV with DVD. The sunny conservatory overlooks the pretty and private garden. The cottage is furnished and equipped with quality furnishings. Central heating and logs are included in the tariff. To further enhance your holiday, the Spa is offered for private use of our visitors Complete with shower and facilities. Maintained to the highest standards, the Sauna and the Jacuzzi are available 3.00pm - 9.00pm daily, and the gym consists of a cross trainer, air bike, free weights and multi gym.

  • Restrictions:
    Baby sitting by arrangement,
    Dogs permitted 10.00 per week per dog
  • Change Over Day: Friday


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DATE RANGE D
4 Jan-29 March 2014£275
5 -19 Apr - (Easter)£345
26 Apr- 3 May£305
10 - 17 May£460
24 May (HT)£350
31 May -14 June£400
21 June - 28 June£400
5 Jul - 19 July£400
26 July- 6 Sept£500
13 Sep - 27 Sep£420
4 Oct - 11 Oct£275
18 - 25 Oct (HT)£335
1 Nov -13 Dec£275
XMAS/NEW YEAR£420

Short Breaks of 3/4 days are normally available off season at 80-85% of the weekly prices.


PLEASE NOTE.:
Contact Information:
Address:
Green Valley,
Seworgan,
Constantine,
Falmouth,
Cornwall,
TR11 5QN
Tel/Fax: 01326 340147
email:caroleselectiveretreats@yahoo.co.uk
Website:

http://www.connexions.co.uk/schr/



Cornwall is the most southwesterly county of England, on the peninsula that lies to the west of the River Tamar.
Cornwall is the most southwesterly county of England, on the peninsula that lies to the west of the River Tamar.

Cornwall is noted for its wild moorland landscapes, its extensive and varied coastline and its mild climate. Also notable is Cornwall's Stone Age and industrial archaeology, especially its historic mining landscape, a World Heritage Site.

The Eden Project - A living Theatre of Plants in the heart of Cornwall
The Eden Project - A living Theatre of Plants in the heart of Cornwall

All life of Earth depends upon the survival of the plants that surround us - each day of our lives, we use plants from every continent on the planet. The Eden Project is a gateway into this fascinating interactive world of plants and people, a living Theatre, exploring our global garden inheritance - revealing plants, as you've never seen them before.

Eden is a truly unique experience, in the heart of Cornwall's Clay Mining country - a place to explore the amazing relationship that exists between the human population and the fascinating world of plants - and the extent that we depend on plants for our very existence.



The UK is crammed full of little jewels waiting to be discovered
The UK is crammed full of little jewels waiting to be discovered

Just imagine being taken back in time and visiting Blenheim Palace (Birthplace of Winston Churchill) or maybe seeing what life was really like 'below stairs' in one of the grandest stately homes in England. How about visiting Crealy Great Adventure Park (South West), Marwell Zoological Park (South East), or the National Railway Museum (North East)



Not many years ago, British food meant fish, chips, mushy peas, roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, Lancashire hotpot, Cornish pasties, Scottish haggis, black pudding and other popular national and regional dishes.
Not many years ago, British food meant fish, chips, mushy peas, roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, Lancashire hotpot, Cornish pasties, Scottish haggis, black pudding and other popular national and regiona

These are still enjoyed but a revolution in British eating habits has led to cosmopolitan dining possibilities across the country. Indian and Chinese food is popular everywhere and there are growing influences from Mediterranean, Malaysian and Thai food.

London alone offers a choice of more than 3,500 restaurants and wine bars to satisfy all tastes. And there are excellent restaurants all over the UK where food and drink festivals add to the packed calendar of provincial events. Then there is traditional 'pub grub' available wherever you go. Or visit a teashop for tea, cakes and scones with clotted cream.

In the UK coffee is as popular as tea and wine as popular as beer, with a wide choice of all of these - and, of course, whisky from more than 100 Scottish distilleries.



 


Contact Information:
Address:
Green Valley,
Seworgan,
Constantine,
Falmouth,
Cornwall,
TR11 5QN
Tel/Fax: 01326 340147
email:caroleselectiveretreats@yahoo.co.uk
Website:

http://www.connexions.co.uk/schr/



 


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