Old Forge, Ruan Lanihorne
At A Glance
- Sleeps 2
- Pets Welcome
- Saturday Changeover
£255 - £635
Christmas & New Year availability
LAST MINUTE AVAILABILITY
Property DescriptionThe Old Forge is a nicely converted blacksmiths forge in the picturesque village of Ruan Lanihorne, a short walk from the upper reaches of the Ruan Creek and River Fal.There is an excellent and very popular pub a few minutes walk away, and village facilities can be found a short drive away at either Tregony or Portscatho. Lovely woodland and creek side walks can be taken from The Old Forge and Carne and Pendower beaches are only a few minutes drive away.
Entry through the stable door from the parking area gives access to the lounge/dining and kitchen area. The kitchen is well equipped with electric hob and double oven, fridge, washer/dryer and microwave. The dining/lounge area has a dining table with four chairs, wood burner and two easy chairs. Also on the ground floor are the double bedroom, and shower room with WC and wash hand basin. There is a telephone available for all incoming calls but only local outgoing calls. WIFI is available.
A narrow staircase leads up to the mezzanine floor with double sofa bed, music centre, and TV with DVD. Headroom on the mezzanine is limited in places.
Heating is by night storage and panel heaters, and the wood burning stove.
Outside there is a pleasant decked area with garden furniture.
There is parking for two cars to the front of the property.
The Old Forge is a super, well equipped hideaway for two, or could be used in conjunction with Pedlars Cottage or Ruan Mill-both about 75 yards away.
Tariff & Availability
My partner and I had a lovely stay at the Old Forge with our dog Penny at the end of August. Very comfortable little cottage, practical little kitchen, good showerroom and the snug upstairs on the mezzanine was great to unwind in the evening. Ruan Lanihorne is a lovely quiet village, barely any traffic and a short walk to the pub where we had some nice fresh fish from their specials board. We'd recommend the Roseland Peninsula to anyone looking for a relaxing but active holiday in Cornwall without the crowds.
We arrived at this cottage at the end of January with our dog Dooey for a weeks holiday. We were welcome with a very warm, cosy cottage with complementary tea, coffee milk and cookies. Really lovely touch.
The weather was pretty awful all week but we came back to the cottage every evening, lit the wood burner and dried off ready for the next rainy day.
The cottage was very well equipped and a joy to stay in. Very cosy and warm. The village had a lot of lovely walks around it and easy to get to other areas of interest. Might go back in the summer when the weather is better!
We had a very comfortable stay here, loved the village and our trip to Tregothnan Gardens open day. The walk along to Sett Bridge is beautiful.