Ploughmans Cottage

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Sleeps: 6 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2

Overview

Ideal for Kids Pets Welcome Hot Tub

*EARLY BIRD 2023*

Book a 2023 villa holiday by 28th February and receive:

  • A welcome hamper on arrival
  • Up to £100 private chef voucher
  • Trees planted to offset 110% of your villa stay

Ts&Cs apply.

As soon as you arrive at Ploughman’s Cottage, you will know you are in for a treat. It is such a beautiful building that dates back to the 1760’s and it is surrounded by a very pretty garden with lush lawns, colourful, fragrant roses and lots of other gorgeous mature planting. The cottage boasts three gorgeous bedrooms, two bathrooms, an atmospheric open plan living and dining room, a kitchen and its very pretty garden with a hot tub. Throughout the cottage you will discover characterful features including wooden beams, exposed stone walls, ancient artifacts adorning the walls and a traditional cloam bread oven in the inglenook fireplace together with a log burning fire. The master bedroom enjoys a lavish four poster bed and every room offers vintage rugs and fascinating features. There is room in the master bedroom for a folding occasional bed or cot should you have an extra child or small baby.

The Tremaine Manor & Country Cottages Estate is absolutely superb, a rural paradise of three and a half beautiful acres filled with towering trees, lush lawns, a stream and dreamy picnic spots. The estate enjoys a fabulous, tranquil location just ten minutes from the picturesque harbour village of Looe. The village is a centre of offshore shark fishing as well as boasting a gorgeous sandy beach, crabbing on the quayside, quaint cobbled streets, independent local shops and an abundance of restaurants and pubs serving handmade Cornish pasties and gourmet seafood. Looe is very popular and many visitors return year after year. The South West Coastal Path, Britain’s longest National Trail, passes through the village and Bodmin Moor is on the doorstep with its granite tors, plentiful streams, waterfalls, moorland ponies, pretty heather and wild beauty. Ploughman’s Cottage is within easy reach of of the pretty town of Fowey and the atmospheric village of Polperro which dates back to the thirteenth century and is one of the oldest villages in Cornwall. That is, of course, if you can drag yourselves away from this heavenly estate.

The open plan living and dining room of Ploughman’s Cottage is fabulously characterful. The giant inglenook fireplace immediately draws your eye with its large wood burning stove and traditional cloam bread oven. The wooden clad and beamed ceiling is equally wondrous, adding charm and atmosphere. A vintage rug sits in front of the fire together with a comfy sofa and armchairs, making it a snug cosy spot on a chilly evening. You can spend your evenings watching a movie on the Smart television, listening to your favourite tunes on the Bluetooth speaker or playing family games such as chess, jigsaws, board games and playing cards which are provided for your entertainment.The dining table is perfect for family suppers and you will be captivated by the artifacts decorating the walls. A royal blue painted doorframe leads you through to the country kitchen with its excellent appliances including a Nespresso coffee maker. The kitchen is a happy, cheerful place with plenty of colour splashes and charming beams.

The master bedroom is downstairs too with a smart shower room. It is a fabulously romantic room with its four poster bed beautifully dressed with crisp cottons and lovely scatter cushions that match the drapes surrounding the bed. The bedroom is light and airy, enjoying beautiful garden views. The second bedroom and the children’s bunk room are upstairs, along with the family bathroom. The double room offers a sumptuous, beautifully dressed bed and the bunk room enjoys a set of fun bunk beds that children adore. They too are adorned with cushions and throws. The family bathroom offers a bath and overhead shower.

Ploughman’s Cottage boasts a gorgeous garden with luxurious outdoor furniture, a hot tub and a firepit, all lovely for relaxation in the sunshine or under the night’s stars. You can dine alfresco using a barbecue and enjoying the soft breeze and fragrant flowers. It really is a lovely spot and you are welcome to meander through the estate’s garden, finding some beautiful picnic spots.

Guests staying at Ploughman’s Cottage receive a welcome hamper, a basket of logs, enjoy use of a portable barbecue on request and are welcome to bring up to two of their furry friends with them. A washing machine and tumble dryer is available in a nearby laundry room.

Oliver Approved

What you should know…

  • One of the bedrooms offers bunk beds. These are ideal for children but are not quite so comfortable for tall adults! The master bedroom offers a four poster bed
  • If you are wandering through the estate grounds, please look out for the open stream and take care of young children

Property Features

Wi-Fi/Internet Hot Tub BBQ Hairdryer Ground Floor Bed & Bath Smart TV Indoor Games Heating

Ground Floor
- Living room with dining facilities for 6
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Bedroom with four-poster double bed
- Family shower room

First Floor
- Bedroom with double bed
- Bedroom with bunk beds
- Family bathroom

Exterior Grounds
- Hot tub
- Private garden
- Portable barbecue available

Additional Facilities
- Wi-Fi
- Smart TV
- Board Games, Jigsaws and Playing Cards
- Hairdryer
- Nespresso coffee machine
- Iron & board
- Travel cot & highchair available on request
- Washing machine & dryer available in shared laundry area with neighbouring cottages
- Parking

Location

About the surrounding area of Ploughmans Cottage
Rural Location Walking/Hiking Paths Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages
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The idyllic Ploughman’s Cottage is located on the three and a half acre Tremaine Manor Estate. It is a beautiful place to stay, within easy reach of the south coast beaches and the moors yet peaceful and very private.

Looe is very attractive fishing village that is very popular with holidaymakers. It boasts wonderful gourmet eateries, friendly cafes, Cornish pasty shops, a stunning beach and some excellent, independent shops. Visitors enjoy watching crabbers on the quayside and the colourful fishing boats returning with their catches. Looe boasts many local gourmet restaurants overlooking the harbour as well as award winning fish and chips near the river. There is a pretty bridge that separates East and West Looe. The Looe Marine Conservation Group host regular rockpool rambles for children of all ages. Their website gives details of the wildlife events and local family friendly adventures such as crabbing, snorkeling, bird watching, fishing and visits to Looe Island. Looe Island was once a holy pilgrimage site. Now it is a sanctuary for wildlife and rare plants. In 2004 Looe Island was left to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust by Babs Atkins who had bought the island with her sister in the 1960’s. You will discover a grey seal population sunbathing on the rocks and swimming around the island. The island is home to many nesting birds such as cormorants, shags and oystercatchers. It boasts the largest breeding colony in Cornwall of the majestic great black-backed gull. During the summer months there are frequent boat trips and guided walks. The Old Sardine Factory Heritage Centre tells the story of Looe’s maritime history. You will learn how Looe exported pilchards to Italy, sent pilgrims to Galicia and sailed across the Atlantic to catch cod off of Newfoundland. You will also learn about boat building and experience a lifeboat Shout! with state-of-the-art technology. The centre is also a climbing wall and kayaking centre. If you fancy a scenic day out but don’t want to drive, you can take the Looe Valley train line to the historic market town of Liskeard. There are stunning views though heavily wooded valleys teeming with wildlife, glorious estuary views and rivers full of wading birds such as little egrets, grey herons, oystercatchers and curlews. Looe’s Music Festival is fast becoming a very popular outdoor event attracting many famous artists such as Jools Holland, Bryan Ferry, Lulu, the Stranglers and many more.

Visitors looking for a day by the sea have a wonderful choice of beaches. In Looe, East Looe Beach is very popular with families. Millendreath Beach is a gorgeous south facing sandy beach at the foot of a wooded valley. Just around the corner is Plaidy Beach, a small, sheltered beach which is wonderful if you are looking to chill with some peace and quiet. Talland Bay is between Looe and Polperro. It is made up of two coves and is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Seaton Beach is also close, to the east of Looe. It is situated at the foot of the Hessenford Valley with the River Seaton crossing the beach. Hoodny Cove and Finnygook Beach are accessible from Portwrinkle Beach, both sandy and popular with families. Finnygook is a surfers favourite. Other popular beaches are Polperro, Whitsand Bay and Downderry Beach.

Bodmin Moor is one of Cornwall’s designated Areas of Outstanding Beauty. With its giant stretches of heather, this upland granite moorland is delightful. It is brimming with high granite tors, streams and waterfalls and you will probably get to see the moorland ponies grazing.

The stunning South West Coast Path passed through Looe. Starting in Minehead in Somerset, it covers 630 miles ending in Poole in Dorset. It offers extraordinary sea views and is very popular. There are also countless walks in the beautiful countryside surrounding Looe. You may want to walk around Fowey where you can enjoy seeing Menabilly, once the home of Daphne du Maurier and the inspiration for Manderley in her novel Rebecca. Fowey is a popular sailing destination and a quaint deep-water fishing port. There is a ferry service to the pretty village of Polruan opposite. Walking from Polruan towards Polperro you will pass the beautiful Lantic Bay and the horseshoe shaped West Coombe at Lansallos. Polperro is a gorgeous, quintessential Cornish fishing village with steep narrow streets, pretty slate cottages and stunning views. Sheltered from the ravages of tide and time in its dramatic cliff ravine, Polperro is an enchanting jumble of cottages, all the work of Cornish fishermen. The 36 mile walk from Looe to Boscastle is wonderful, crossing Bodmin Moor via Davidstow, Rough Tor and Brown Willy and passing through the verdant West Looe Valley. The Deerpark Forest is also another treat with many trails running through the woodland. With tranquil millpond views, winding forest trails and a hidden valley, it is a great day out.

Local Amenities
Nearest Town Looe

(8.5km)

Nearest Village Pelynt

(2km)

Nearest Restaurant The Jubilee Inn, Pelynt

(2.3km)

Nearest Supermarket Spar, Pelynt

(2.1km)

Nearest Golf Looe Golf Club

(13.6km)

Nearest Beach East Looe Beach

(9km)

Region

When it comes to natural good looks, Cornwall sets the bar for UK holiday destinations. From long stretches of sand to the jaw-dropping scenery, this coastal county makes a fabulous retreat for anyone looking to escape the city scene. But most importantly, you quickly realise that you don’t have to fly around the world to seek adventures. With forests, castles and beaches for days, Cornwall is the ultimate staycation - perfect for all ages.

In recent years, Cornwall has come on leaps and bounds and found a newfound style. That being said, discover our range of beautiful large holiday homes in Cornwall to start planning your next holiday!

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Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens Ideal for Xmas/NY

Ploughman’s Cottage is perfect for a family holiday. There are three bedrooms, including one with bunk beds, a very pretty garden with a popular hot tub and a massive estate to explore. The cottage enjoys some family board games, chess, cards, jigsaw puzzles and a Smart television so there is plenty of entertainment for little ones.

In Looe, children enjoy crabbing on the quayside, building sandcastles or investigating rock pools on the beach, taking boat trips, attempting the climbing wall in the Old Sardine Factory Heritage Centre or visiting the Looe Museum. The museum offers a fascination collection of smuggling memorabilia. Visitors will learn of the town’s railway heritage. There are some wonderful model boats housed in the town’s old Guildhall and Gaol. By all accounts there is also a ghost who lurks in the dark recesses!

Kilminorth Woods is a local nature reserve that is classified as ancient woodland. It is part of a County Wildlife Site and has been featured on the BBC’s Breathing Places Project. It is a great stop for a walk and a picnic.

The Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary is four miles from Looe. It is a fascinating and informative refuge for troubled primates. The surrounding wildlife gardens and nature reserve enhance the holistic feel of the sanctuary. There are lots of activity workshops for children as well as a bat zone, wildlife room and display room.

Polperro’s Model Village is a popular attracton. It is a miniature version of the village of Polperro with many exciting references to the Cornish Myth and Legend. The Land of Legend exhibit tells seven fascinating stories from local folklore and about pirates and smugglers. A wonderful little model railway runs throughout the village.
 
The Adrenalin Quarry at Liskeard is a wonderful adventure with activities for all the family. It boasts huge double zipwires, a giant cliff top swing, an aquapark, karting, a children’s playground and axe throwing. There is free entry for wild swimming, sunbathing and picnics in this unique and beautifully scenic setting. The Aquapark is a massive inflatable playground with oversized trampolines, monkey bars, slides, swings and lots more. You can drive on the 800m all weather track at Kartworld. Karting is available for all ages from seven years. The Zip is the maddest attraction and offers the best views. Reaching speeds of 40mph, 50 metres high and over 490 metres long, the twin wires cross the old quarry from sheer cliffs rising on either side. There are minimum and maximum weights. You need to be very brave to go on the Giant Swing. It takes three visitors at a time so maybe the best bet is to go with other members of your family to give you courage.

For a day of sandcastle building and swimming at the beach, you can head to Talland Bay Beach, Seaton Beach, Polperro Beach, Portwrinkle Beach or Lantic Bay. The choice is endless.

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages

Onsite Facilities

  • Indoor Games

Extras

At Oliver’s Travels, we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to travel services, we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team, who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

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Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £200 charged to client’s credit card before arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to full inspection
Arrival time 4:00 pm
Departure time 10:00 am
Energy costs included? Yes, included in the rental price
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in the rental price
End of stay cleaning included? Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival
Internet access? Yes, Wi-Fi is included in the rental price
Changeover day Friday or Monday
Minimum stay Please note that there is a 3-night minimum stay, this may be increased across peak dates
Pets welcome? A maximum of 2 well-behaved dogs are allowed on request for an additional charge of £50 per dog, per stay. The property owners reserve the right to not accept guests who arrive with dogs without a pre booking for their pet
Smoking Allowed? No smoking
Insurance Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, personal belongings and any accidental damage caused during their stay

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Feb 5th 2023 - Apr 11th 2023 £1,140 £1,521 £1,901 £2,660
Apr 11th 2023 - Apr 19th 2023 £1,470 £1,961 £2,451 £3,430
Apr 19th 2023 - May 1st 2023 £1,140 £1,521 £1,901 £2,660
May 1st 2023 - Nov 1st 2023 £1,470 £1,961 £2,451 £3,430
Nov 1st 2023 - Dec 22nd 2023 £1,140 £1,521 £1,901 £2,660
Dec 22nd 2023 - Jan 3rd 2024 £1,470 £1,961 £2,451 £3,430
Jan 3rd 2024 - Apr 9th 2024 £1,140 £1,521 £1,901 £2,660
Apr 9th 2024 - Apr 17th 2024 £1,470 £1,961 £2,451 £3,430
Apr 17th 2024 - Apr 29th 2024 £1,140 £1,521 £1,901 £2,660
Apr 29th 2024 - Aug 8th 2024 £1,470 £1,961 £2,451 £3,430

Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Feb 5th 2023 - Apr 11th 2023 €1,194 €1,592 €1,990 €2,785
Apr 11th 2023 - Apr 19th 2023 €1,539 €2,053 €2,566 €3,591
Apr 19th 2023 - May 1st 2023 €1,194 €1,592 €1,990 €2,785
May 1st 2023 - Nov 1st 2023 €1,539 €2,053 €2,566 €3,591
Nov 1st 2023 - Dec 22nd 2023 €1,194 €1,592 €1,990 €2,785
Dec 22nd 2023 - Jan 3rd 2024 €1,539 €2,053 €2,566 €3,591
Jan 3rd 2024 - Apr 9th 2024 €1,194 €1,592 €1,990 €2,785
Apr 9th 2024 - Apr 17th 2024 €1,539 €2,053 €2,566 €3,591
Apr 17th 2024 - Apr 29th 2024 €1,194 €1,592 €1,990 €2,785
Apr 29th 2024 - Aug 8th 2024 €1,539 €2,053 €2,566 €3,591

Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Feb 5th 2023 - Apr 11th 2023 $1,291 $1,721 $2,151 $3,011
Apr 11th 2023 - Apr 19th 2023 $1,664 $2,219 $2,774 $3,883
Apr 19th 2023 - May 1st 2023 $1,291 $1,721 $2,151 $3,011
May 1st 2023 - Nov 1st 2023 $1,664 $2,219 $2,774 $3,883
Nov 1st 2023 - Dec 22nd 2023 $1,291 $1,721 $2,151 $3,011
Dec 22nd 2023 - Jan 3rd 2024 $1,664 $2,219 $2,774 $3,883
Jan 3rd 2024 - Apr 9th 2024 $1,291 $1,721 $2,151 $3,011
Apr 9th 2024 - Apr 17th 2024 $1,664 $2,219 $2,774 $3,883
Apr 17th 2024 - Apr 29th 2024 $1,291 $1,721 $2,151 $3,011
Apr 29th 2024 - Aug 8th 2024 $1,664 $2,219 $2,774 $3,883

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

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