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Rosedene

Falmouth
  • Sleeps: 5
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Pets: welcome
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  • Balcony
  • Dishwasher
  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Patio
  • TV
  • WiFi

Summary

Contemporary and bright, Rosedene sets a tone balanced between the quiet of the countryside and the promise of adventure. On holiday in Falmouth, while away your days beside shimmering seas on secret beaches, before cosying up in cool cafés and cocktails bars.

Situated between the beaches of Swanpool and Maenporth on the quiet coastal outskirts of Falmouth near Pennance Point. Rosedene is surrounded by the peaceful landscaped fairways of Falmouth Golf Course, yet remains within striking distance of Falmouth town. Here the bustling harbour and colourful high street has things to see at each turn and experiences to savour with every step.

Rosedene is a modern holiday home built for seamless stays near the seaside. An open-plan kitchen, dining and living room on the ground floor keeps things social and lively. The three bedrooms are comfortably kitted out with luxurious beds which can be flexibly arranged. Two bathrooms, including an en-suite for the master bedroom and WC on the ground floor, ensure that there’s never a queue for the loo.

Externally, an enclosed garden with patio for dining outdoors offers a safe place for children to play and explore. Keep an eye on the little ones through the floor to ceiling windows whilst preparing a picnic. On the first floor, an elevated balcony runs along the rear of the house, with doors opening out from the master bedroom and the single bedroom. Positioned to enjoy views through the neighbouring houses to the Maen Valley beyond, this might just become your new favourite spot for an evening glass of wine.

Particulars

Open plan living area

Large open plan room with dining table and chairs for 6, comfortable sofas, Smart TV and floor-to-ceiling patio doors out the garden. Open to kitchen.

Kitchen

Modern and light space with electric oven, hob, large dishwasher, inbuilt washing machine and Nespresso coffee machine.

Downstairs WC

With sink and loo.

Master bedroom

Zip and link, super-king (6ft) bed (which can be made up as two singles by request). Large sliding doors open out to the balcony. Built-in wardrobe and ensuite.

Master ensuite

With large shower, loo and washbasin.

Double Bedroom

With zip-and-link beds (double by default) and built-in wardrobe.

Family bathroom

With bath, shower over, WC, heated towel rail and wash basin.

Single bedroom

A lovely room with a single bed, clothes rail and doors onto the balcony.

Balcony

Running the length of the rear of the property with access from both the master bedroom and the single bedroom. Views around neighbouring properties to the Maen Valley beyond.

Garden

Safe and enclosed garden with patio area, seating for six, well-established rockery with interesting plants and a small lawn to the side.

Parking

Two allocated car parking spaces just 50 yards from Rosedene.

Location and Surrounding Area

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There are four sandy beaches close by, so take your pick. Closest is Swanpool Beach with its crystal-clear waters and white sand. Fine dining with stunning views at Hooked on the Rocks, the renowned Swanpool beach café with decadent ice-creams and Elemental water-sports centre. Furthermore, there is a water-refill station, parking and public conveniences, making this beach a great choice for families.

Wander around Swanpool lake, a site of special scientific interest and a great spot to bring little ones to learn about nature and feed the ducks, swans and other wildlife.

Seasoned golfers and amateurs alike can make use of Falmouth Golf Club, the fairways of which have some of the best views around of Falmouth Bay.

 

Explore the South-West coast path and it won’t be long before you are uncovering new places, from beautiful vistas to the sheltered sands of Maenporth. The South West coast path is well maintained and dips into many coves, villages and waterside eateries, so you can refuel and explore for as long as your legs can carry you.

The vibrant Falmouth town has passenger ferries waiting to take you on day trips across the water to St Mawes and the Helford. An array of independent shops, galleries and places to eat line the streets of Falmouth.

The nearby Helford River is an area of outstanding natural beauty. A place for sailors, sea-swimmers and creative picnickers to roam around at a quieter pace.

Further afield, the famous north coast of Cornwall with it’s surfing beaches and the acclaimed Lizard Peninsula is around a 45 minute drive in the car.

Reviews

Anon

- January 2022

What a lovely property! It was a change for us to stay new property, usually favouring harbour / beach based cottages, but it was cosy, well equipped and an ideal base for us to explore Falmouth and surrounding areas. The property is tastefully decorated and spacious. The beds were really comfortable and a wonderful bonus to have the balcony from two of the bedrooms - we loved sitting there and looking over the fields before the sunset. The garden is sheltered and secure - perfect for furry friends and enjoy a glass of something cold! A nice touch to have a Christmas tree for our festive break too! We would definitely recommend Hooked on the Rocks, a short walk down to Swanpool beach - food and drinks fabulous (see photo below of their Bramble and Lobbie and Fries!) The Golf Club too provided a handy stop halfway back up the hill for a refreshment (or two) at the end of the day! Falmouth is a relatively easy walk - within just 30 minutes you can be on Gylly Beach. We love getting the ferry to St Mawes to enjoy a pub lunch and then back again. The walk along the coastal path in the opposite direction to Maenporth Beach is also lovely to do - despite us having some very wet weather, the footpath was relatively dry, easy to navigate and it's a nice stroll to the cafe there. The owners were open about the short section of road that you have to navigate before being able to cut into the golf course footpath, don't be put off by this - it is only a short section - just perhaps make sure to have a torch or bright clothing if you do it at dawn/dusk.

Response

Many thanks for finding the time to write us such a wonderful review of your twixmas stay at Rosedene! Your festive escape to Cornwall sounds idyllic and full of adventure. It's a pleasure to read that you found the property to be comfortable, well-equipped and perfectly located for Falmouth ventures. We're so glad that you were able to make use of the bedroom balconies to watch the sunset over the neighbouring fields. Sending kind regards from all of us at Cornish Holiday Cottages.
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Notes

Arrival from 5pm.
Departure by 9am.
Beds made up for arrival.
One bath and hand towel, per person, provided. Please bring your own beach towels.
Heating inclusive.
Mobile signal – good.
Complimentary Wi-Fi provided.
No smoking.
£200 security deposit – only chargeable for damages (which will be discussed with you in advance of processing the charge).

Pets: one well behaved dog welcome @ £20 each, with the expressed permission of the owner. No dogs under 1 year of age and please ensure that they will be kept off the furniture and out of the bedrooms.

Zip & link beds: please advise, by email, at least ten days before arrival if you would like the zip and link beds made up as singles.

Access road: please note that the access road to Rosedene currently has a poor road surface, with a few pot holes, and is awaiting resurfacing, however there is no clear timeline for that at present, due to the committee involved to agree on the date for the works.

 

Memory Wall

Sharon, Staying at Rosedene

Please find enclosed a favourite moment from our lovely holiday at Rosedene. This is our Golden Retriever Edith and she just loved relaxing in the beautiful garden at Rosedene, such a bonus to have a fully enclosed and delightful garden to relax in.

Sharon