Hob Nob At Old Lanwarnick

Pelynt Nr Looe, Looe, Cornwall, Countryside

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Hob Nob has a good sized, fully enclosed garden, with a patio area furnished with table, chairs and barbecue, which can also be accessed via the kitchen/dinning area. The private garden has a lawned area and large, raised flower bed with granite chipping paths and stone walls.

Downstairs Description

Comprising of a entrance Hall with slate flooring, stone walls, high ceilings, with beams, WC, Utility room with washer/dryer. Large living room with stone walls,(beamed and open to the eaves) with large, comfortable leather sofas, a French balcony with French windows and great views.

The living room is open plan (separated by the large chimney breast) to a very modern well equipped kitchen/ dinning area with a dual fuel range cooker, dishwasher, microwave, larder and granite work surfaces, large dinning table and chairs, there is access to the garden and patio via a large glazed door.

First Floor Description

In the entrance hall the stairs lead down to a spacious master bedroom, with king-size bed, luxuriously appointed with en-suite shower room. There is another double bedroom with en-suite shower room and a twin bedroom which is served by a family bathroom with a whirlpool bath. Hob Nob has full central heating with radiators/heated towel rails in all rooms.

Windows Views Description

Views over the Cornish countryside.

Dogs Welcome: Hob Nob is an ideal Cornwall dogs welcome cottage, by prior arrangement and free of charge. There is excellent walking from the door and all year round, dog friendly beaches close by.
Child Friendly
Hot Tub
Group Getaways
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Romantic Hideaway: A perfect getaway to surprise your loved one with. Hand in hand countryside walks during the day and curl up by the log burner at night. Peaceful tranquility.
Tourist Attractions:
  • Eden Project : With its distinctive white domes, the Eden Project is Cornwall’s best-known tourist attraction. But it’s much more than just a big green theme park and visitors can expect to come away with a better understanding of the environment and their interaction with it. Visit website
  • The Royal Citadel: A dramatic 17th-century fortress built to defend the coastline from the Dutch, and keep watch on a recently rebellious town. Still in use by the military today. Visit website
  • National Marine Aquarium: Where you can explore a rock pool and ramble in Shallow Waters then move deeper into the coastal seas of the Atlantic Reef. Here you’ll find the Atlantic Ocean tank teeming with sharks, rays, tarpon and countless other species swimming in shoals or grazing on a sunken WWII sea plane. Visit website
  • Lost Gardens Of Heligan : One of the most mysterious and romantic estates in the country. 200 acres of glorious ground to explore Visit website
  • Lanhydrock House And Gardens : Award winning late Victorian country house with magnificent gardens and wooded area. Also a lovely place to grab a bite to eat. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • Sams Fowey: Trendy restaurant and cocktail bar. Suitable for all the family to enjoy delicious food. Visit website
  • Ancient Mariner: Intimate bisto located 100 meters from the beach. Focussing on using seasonal local produce. Visit website
  • Jubilee Inn : 16th century pub providing comfort pub food and a lovely roaring fire. Just 2 miles away and dog friendly. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Pelynt Stores And Butchers : Currently the only traditional butchers left in a 12 mile radius. Award winning sausages and traditional meats. Located just 2 miles away. Visit website
  • Waitrose: Store located 13 miles away or arrange to have a food delivery straight to your cottage. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Looe Golf Club: Designed by six times Open champion, Harry Vardon, Looe Golf Club is set in an area of breathtaking beauty. The panoramic views from the course are stunning; to the east are the peaks of Dartmoor and the Tamar estuary, to the south, Looe Island and the channel, to the west and north, glorious countryside and Cornish moors. Visit website
  • Bake Fishing Lakes: Opened in 1998, Bake Fishing have 15 acres of water comprising 7 separate lakes with a broad range of fishing for all. Visit website
  • The Quad & Kart Centre: Is a nearby outdoor circuit only seven miles away. This is guaranteed to be a day out the whole family will remember. Visit website
  • Siblyback Lake: Lakeside 3-mile circuit for walking, running, cycling or birdwatching Visit website
  • Lower Tokenbury Equestrian Centre: Approved riding school. Horse riding on the moors or lessons available Visit website