Spring Water Barn details
Rural Retreats is delighted to offer you Spring Water Barn, one of three holiday cottages on the magnificent Bonython Estate, under five miles south of Helston on the northern part of the Lizard Peninsula. The accommodation has been renovated to a 5-star standard, and beautifully furnished. The layout of the property has been designed with great thought and style.
Bonython Estate Gardens, which guests are welcome to explore, comprises some 20 acres with a recently renovated walled garden and potager and a hidden valley with three small lakes. The gardens are rated as one of ‘The Great Gardens of Cornwall’ and given a star in the ‘Good Garden Guide’. Bonython Estate is a traditional, mixed agricultural Cornish estate with ancient manor, farm and woodland stretching almost from one side of the Peninsula (the Helford River) to the other (the beach at Poldhu Cove) with both shores just over a mile away. The Estate is close to the amenities of the small towns and villages nearby.
On the Estate you will find Mews Cottage (CW047), sleeping six guests; and St Corantyn Cottage (CW048) sleeping four guests.
This holiday cottage at a glance
- Sleeps two guests.
- Ground floor accommodation.
- Double bedroom with 6’6 zip-and-link bed, and roll top bath. En-suite shower room.
- Wood burning stove.
- Baby welcome.
- Sorry, no pets.
- Private patio courtyard.
- Ample parking.
- Minimum of a two night stay.
- Outdoor furniture, sun loungers and barbecue.
- Exposed beam.
- Egyptian cotton sheets
- Guests are welcome to explore Bonython Estate Gardens, comprising some 20 acres, with a recently renovated walled garden, potager and a hidden valley with three small lakes.
- This cottage is within easy reach of a beach and is ideal for a romantic retreat.
- Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer.
- TV, DVD and CD player.
- Travel cot and highchair available on request.
Attractions and nearby amenities
- The Estate is close to the amenities of the small towns and villages nearby.
- Perfectly placed for exploring the beautiful coves and coastal pathways, the majority now owned by The National Trust.
- The Lizard offers that special unspoilt mix of Cornish magic with world-renowned beaches such as Kynance Cove and Kennack Sands and numerous fishing villages such as Coverack, Cadgwith and Mullion, famous for Cornish crab and lobsters!
- Apart from the truly outstanding natural beauty (the estate abuts the Lizard National Park). Other attractions include the lighthouse station on Lizard Point (true southernmost tip of the British Isles) and Goonhilly’s Earthstation, with the largest satellite dishes in the Northern Hemisphere.