Sleeps up to 6. Dogs considered.
Rarely do the waters of Helford Creek become too disturbed - it takes a brisk northerly wind to achieve that. Indeed, the whole village is one of the most sheltered you’ll find anywhere around the coast of Cornwall, and not only in geographical terms, either. Here’s one place that’s been buffered from the visual encroachment of the 21st century as well as any other.
It is within this splendid village setting that Termorna is located - an early nineteenth century cottage able to sleep up to 6 people via one double and two twin bedrooms. Amongst its many benefits are its own little terrace and summer house from which to watch the world go by; this is certainly a great place to spend quiet family time, much as the property’s owners have done over the past 40 years.
The village itself has a pub (the picture-postcard Shipwright’s Arms) and shop, while the nearest town for other shopping purposes is Helston - although some visitors would be unlikely to want to leave the confines of Helford itself.
There are plenty of pretty little places to explore right on the doorstep. Pick up the coast path and head out past the delightful hamlet of Treath towards the mouth of river - this way you’ll be sure to come across two of the most secluded coves in the area: Ponsence and Bosahan. Alternatively, take the little pathway past Penarvon Cove and try and find the tiny chapel in the woods containing a statue of St Francis of Assisi. You won’t regret it.
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