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Willow Cottage

Mylor

  • Dishwasher
  • Garden
  • Patio
  • TV
  • WiFi
  • Woodburner

Special Offers

Special Offer for May

Selected May weeks reduced by 20%

June Special Offer

Limited June offer - 15% discount on selected weeks

Summary

Willow Cottage oozes cottage charm. With a heavy dollop of guest comfort and an abundance of elegant country furnishings, this holiday home will not disappoint. Perfect for two or a family of up to four, this beautiful, terraced cottage resides in the heart of Mylor village, meaning that you will be popping to the village stores for your Cornish fayre before you know it and nipping back to the pretty, sun-trap garden to enjoy a pasty and an ale with your favourite book.

Willow Cottage will be sure to astound you on arrival with its capacious interior and the attention to detail afforded by its careful owners. The wood burner and efficient electric heaters will keep you more than cosy through the cooler months. Once spring arrives you will enjoy the longer days and the wonderful walks right from the doorstep to Restronguet, Flushing and Mylor Harbour.

Fully double glazed and with virtually all brand new fittings and furnishings in January 2016, you may not want to stray far from Willow Cottage. But venture you should as there is so much to see and do in the area. The thirteenth century, thatched pub at Restronguet, the Pandora Inn has a floating pontoon and is a favourite with kids as they can crab from here whilst you enjoy some delicious food and soak up the scenery. Children will love learning to sail at Mylor Watersports Centre and visiting St.Mawes on the small passenger ferry. For the foodies amongst us be sure to try at least one of Falmouth’s great restaurants, where the competition keeps the food great and the prices reasonable.

Particulars

Kitchen/Dining Room

A beautiful, open plan room with double doors leading out to the petite cottage garden. The facilities include an electric four ring hob, oven, fridge/freezer, slim line dishwasher, microwave, washing machine, hi-fi, dining table and chairs for six. Patio doors to garden.

Sitting Room/Study

Generous room with log burning stove, TV, two sofas, coffee table, console table, large foot stool, desk, chair, high back chair and feature range.

Stairs to First Floor

With landing sash window overlooking garden.

Double bedroom

King size bed, wardrobe, bedside tables, lamps and sash window.

Twin bedroom

With twin beds, bedside tables, wardrobe with drawers and feature fireplace.

Bathroom

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

Garden

Pretty decked garden enclosed with fencing and a stone wall. With lovely shrubs and table and chairs for four.

Parking

Easy street parking, or free parking in a car park opposite Mylor Stores, just fifty metres from the cottage.

Location and Surrounding Area

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A well stocked shop, newsagent, butcher, fishmonger and pub will keep you fed and watered. The fantastic play park just quarter of a mile away will keep the little ones entertained. Mylor Harbour with its cafe, two restaurants, boat hire and watersports centre will get you on the water.

Weir Beach at Restronguet is a fairly close, but notably hilly, stroll away. For golden sands head to Gyllyngvase, Castle or Swanpool beaches in Falmouth.

From Falmouth you will no doubt be tempted to take a foot ferry to St.Mawes or the Helford River, but if water is not your thing, then the bustling harbourside town will keep you amused for hours with its interesting array of shops and great places to eat.

Dogs are welcome at Castaways and The Pandora Inn locally.

Woodland walk near Mylor in Cornwall

Reviews

Anon

- April 2024

Great location and nicely decorated, comfortable, open downstairs space. Comfortable seating and dining space. This was our second stay at Willow cottage as we have family in the village and really enjoyed our first stay. It was disappointing arriving at 5pm after a long journey to a cold house, no heating on, no kindling for a fire and no milk for a drink. Shops close by but it didn't make it feel like a warm welcome. Once set the fire was lovely. The heating is night storage which once turned on was very effective the following days. Hot water plentiful for what we needed. Washing up liquid not enough supplied and we had to buy more even though information says it is provided. Plenty of dishwasher tabs. A neighborouging house was having major ground works dug out. We had 4 days of continuous digger noise from 8.30 until late afternoon.These things happen but it would have been nice to have had the opportunity to decide whether to continue with the booking.

Response

Thank you for sharing your thoughts on your recent stay at Willow Cottage. We're delighted that you found it comfortable and enjoyed the location. We are so sorry that you were not met with our usual welcome pack of milk, biscuits and the heating turned on. It is tricky with night storage heating, as it is not everyone’s preference to have it on in spring, and it takes an overnight period to charge up, so we are often subject to the preferences of the guests the week prior. I will chat with the owner/caretaker and see what can be done about these issues you mention. Please note that as per the notes, on the booking page, firewood/kindling etc is provided October to Easter only, as we find it getting dusty otherwise in the warmer months. Mylor stores is open 8am-8pm, for firewood supplies May to September, should you require them. We were sorry to hear that you experienced some disruption from a neighbouring project. We have since learnt that a cottage, two doors away, is building an extension. We do try to stay well informed on things like this but on this occasion neither the owners or I were informed. Please be assured that had we known, we would have let you know. I am sorry that your holiday was slightly marred by this experience. If you would like to discuss further please do give me a call/email. Kind regards, Emily - Cornish Holiday Cottages

Availability

April 2024
May 2024
June 2024
July 2024
Arrival/Departure Dates
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Notes

Arrival from 4pm
Departure by 10am
Bed linen included
Bath and tea towels provided
Please bring your own beach towels
Electricity inclusive
Telephone for incoming calls
Complimentary Wi-Fi
Mobile signal good
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 by arrangement @ £20 per week. Over 1 year of age.

Fuel: one basket of logs provided for wood (October to Easter), more may be purchased in the village.

Telephone: For incoming and emergency calls only.

Heating: efficient night storage heaters throughout the house plus an instant wall heater in the conservatory dining area and a wood-burner in the sitting room. Electric heated towel rail in bathroom.

Water: the hot water for the cottage is provided via an energy efficient 210 litre immersion tank which is heated automatically overnight between midnight and 7am. This will be sufficient for normal use for a family of four. There is a boost facility should additional hot water be required, but please note that the water in the cylinder will take time to reheat and therefore may not be instantaneous.

Parking: easy street parking, or free parking in a car park opposite Mylor Stores, just 50m from the cottage.

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