Hutchings is a stylish barn conversion reached through its own private garden at Restormel Manor. From here, there are views over an internal landscaped courtyard with mature planting.
Hutchings has a welcoming open-plan sitting room and dining kitchen with a wood burner and comfortable contemporary furniture. The cottage has a TV, DVD player and hi-fi, and a good selection of DVDs, board games and books.
The kitchen is equipped with an electric cooker with double oven and ceramic hob, fridge freezer, washer and dryer, dishwasher and modern cookware, crockery, glassware and cookbooks.
There are two bedrooms, a double with king size bed and a twin room, both overlooking the tranquil inner courtyard. All beds are comfortable, with high-quality Egyptian cotton bed linen.
There is a well-equipped family bathroom with a bath and overhead shower, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Hutchings has a private garden area, which is walled and gated, featuring a barbecue and garden furniture. A glazed door leads from the sitting room to a separate inner courtyard garden, which is an idyllic space of flowers, trees and shrubs and forms a wildlife haven for birds.
Guests at Hutchings can make full use of the extensive leisure facilities at Restormel Manor, which include an indoor heated swimming pool, steam room and sauna, tennis court, outdoor children’s play area and games room.
“This is just a wonderfully peaceful place. You wouldn't know there are others staying near you as each cottage feels private and sound doesn't travel due to the stone walls. You are also down a country track so at night there is not a sound or light for that matter. Our baby was sleeping in every morning because of it, which was a great plus!”
Hutchings is set within the tranquil countryside of the Fowey Valley, just one mile from the medieval town of Lostwithiel and its antique shops, pubs and restaurants. Just a short walk through the woods will take you to the nearby Duchy Nursery, with its plant collection, café and shop.
The cottage is surrounded by extensive woodland walks, while also being close to Cornwall’s south coast and within easy travel distance of the rugged north coast.