Boswednack, Zennor, Cornwall
Wood Burner, Gorgeous Garden, Plenty of Walks Nearby
Old Boswednack is a cosy barn conversion near Zennor that is the perfect base for long walks, either on the South West Coast Path or through the moors. There’s loads to see nearby, including Gurnard’s Head (and a pub of the same name is just five minutes’ walk from the cottage), the ruins of Giew Mine, Mên-an-Tol, Nine Maidens Stone Circle and Mulfra Quoit, to name but a few.
Inside Old Boswednack is a large open-plan living room and kitchen with a dining table and a wood burner for cosy nights in. The first of two bedrooms features a king-size bed and an ensuite with a shower. The second room at the other end of the cottage has two single beds and an open wardrobe. A family bathroom provides a shower over a bath and a heated towel rail.
In the warmer months, you can while away your time in the beautiful enclosed garden, which features a paved area with a bistro-style table and chairs for al fresco dining, as well as vibrant borders, a well maintained lawn and a small pond. Near the main house you’ll also find “The Shack”, a summer house with its own seating area featuring an enviable library, a small kitchen area with running water, fridge, microwave and kettle, and a loo.
Old Boswednack is dog friendly and is ideal for both couples and families with children over the age of eight.