Chy Pyth, Manaccan
Chy Pyth sits on the edge of the square in Manaccan, and is cosily decorated in warm apricots and floral wallpapers; a genuinely Cornish hideaway just steps from the thatched pub.
The coloured glass porch opens into a tiled hallway; on the right is the comfy living room with two sofas, an open fire set in a pine fireplace, an electric fire heater, and a flatscreen TV and DVD player. To the left is the South-facing kitchen dining room, with cream shaker units, microwave, fridge-freezer, dining table with floral tablecloth and a dresser full of Portmerion pottery. French doors lead out onto the patio with garden furniture and a BBQ, and a jungly garden beyond with benches and bordered by a stream. A downstairs utility
room houses the washing machine, separate dryer and an extra loo. Upstairs are three pretty floral bedrooms with pine beds, and a family bathroom with bath and overhead shower. The main double bedroom, with rosebud wallpaper, has an en-suite
shower room, and there is a smaller double room with views over the Carne valley, and a single bedroom.
Bed linen and towels provided. Night storage heaters. Electricity included, and a starter basket of logs provided in Winter. Parking available in the square outside the cottage or on the adjacent road.