|Surrounded by open countryside, Hideaway at Highfield is now a comfortable and excellently appointed cottage. Having been recently transformed from an old farm building, completed May 2006 and now ready to take bookings.
Hideaway has all the modern conveniences you would expect for today's modern living.
Highfield, originally a working farm has been reduced to just four acres of grounds and is situated in Treswithian Downs near Kehelland. Just 3 minutes off the A30 London to Lands End trunk road. Making it very conveniently situated for visiting the wonderful attractions that Cornwall has to offer.
The accommodation comprises of entrance porch, a light airy double aspect lounge with wood-burner, and patio doors leading to the garden. There are two bedrooms, one double with far reaching countryside views, and one twin, both en-suite. The well-designed kitchen has everything you will need to cook a culinary delight. Hideaway has full central heating. The garden has a lawned area, and a lovely patio that catches most of the sun during the day, continuing into the evening with gas BBQ, ideal for warm summer evenings.
Hideaway is the perfect place for rest and relaxation, a rural retreat to get away from the hustle and bustle of every day life, and is within walking distance to the local shop and Public House with Restaurant.
Treswithian Downs is on the outskirts of Camborne; only a few minutes drive from the coast.
On the spectacular North Cornwall coast there is the beach at Godrevy, recently listed as one of Keep Britain Tidy Best Beaches only (8) minutes drive away and Gwithian, one of the popular surfing beaches in Cornwall. The Hayle Towans, with 3 miles of golden sands, and the sandy beaches that form St Ives Bay, only (15) minutes away.
Over on the South Coast a (15) minute drive, there is Mounts Bay, Marazion and and Penzance. Mounts Bay being one of the 10 most beautiful bays in Europe. Here you will find St Michaels Mount, you will either be able to walk across the causeway, or catch one of the small ferryboats if the tide is in. At Penzance you can take either a boat trip or fly to the beautiful Isles of Scilly.
Also within an hours drive is Lands End, Falmouth where National Maritime Museum has a large range of vessels, past and present on display, the Minack open-air theatre set in the cliffs at Pothcurno and Paradise Park with its beautiful birds along with other animals. There are many gardens such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trevarno, and Trengwainton not forgetting the Eden Project. Also within easy reach are Tehidy, Mullion, West Cornwall and Truro Golf courses.
The rugged and wild beauty of the picturesque landscape will always reflect Cornwall's historic past. Today's visitors are drawn here for the fresh air, and the freedom to explore the sheltered sandy coves, and the wonderful beaches, and exhilarating cliff walks.