Danescombe CottageCalstock, Cornwall
- Sleeps 3
- Bedrooms 2
- Preferred changeover day Friday
- Minimum stay 3 nights
- Number of dogs welcome 2
- Acorn rating 2 What's this?
- Reference 011003
About Danescombe CottageA traditional whitewashed cottage in a tranquil corner on the Cotehele Estate.
Surrounded by trees and immersed in tranquillity, sits this traditional, white-washed cottage. It was built in the early 19th-century as the mine office for Wheal Calstock, which later became the Danescombe Valley Mine. Now it’s one of the quietest and remote corners of the Cotehele estate, with the River Tamar nearby.
Take advantage of your position on the estate and head out along one of Cotehele’s many footpaths. Wander down to the Quay and discover Shamrock, the only surviving Tamar Barge.
Head further along the Tamar Valley and get active. The area has lots of opportunities for horse riding, cycling and kayaking. Or you could take a gentler approach and explore the area by train via the Tamar Valley Line from Plymouth to Gunnislake.
Availability & book
- Selected dates
- Changeover day
Features and facilities
- Cot & high chair available
- Microwave available
- Fridge available
- Freezer available
- Dishwasher not available
- Washing machine available
- Tumble dryer available
- Telephone not available
- Television available
- DVD available
- WiFi* not available
- Open fire / wood burner available
- Garden not available
- BBQ not available
Hall, sitting room with solid-fuel stove, kitchen/diner.
Two bedrooms (one double, one single), bathroom with shower over bath.
Notes for guests
Access: If you would like a copy of the access statement for this cottage please call the team on 0344 800 2070.
Heating: Night storage heating and convector heating included.
Parking: Parking is adjacent to the cottage.
Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm at this cottage.
Utilities: The washing machine and tumble dryer is a combined washer/dryer.
Please note: Please be aware that this cottage is in a wooded area which can make the atmosphere naturally damp at times.