Wednesday, 5 August 2015 Trevadlock Manor & Cottages Lewannick, Launceston, Cornwall
Trevadlock Manor & Cottages is situated in Lewannick near Launceston, the cottages are located in 24 acres of meadowland leading to a private bank of the River Lynher in a truly unspoilt part of Cornwall on the edge of Bodmin Moor. 
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Trevadlock Manor & Cottages, Lewannick, Launceston, Cornwall (Sleeps 1-28)
The Manor House dates from the 16th Century and is steeped in history, boasting amongst other features its own Celtic Cross. The cottages are converted from 19th Century barns and retain many of the original features.
With rural peace and magnificent moorland scenery, Trevadlock is only five minutes from the main arterial route through Cornwall (the A30), allowing easy access to coasts both north and south, as well as the multitude of attractions further west into Cornwall, and east into Devon. 
The five cottages are converted from 19th Century stone barns. Four of the cottages: The Dairy, The Forge, The Granary and Swallows' Barn have 2 bedrooms: 1 double & 1 twin. Lambs’ Barn has 3 bedrooms: 1 double & 2 twins (one of which has a small double as well as a single bed.) Each cottage has a bathroom with shower overhead & WC. Lambs’ and Swallows’ Barns can be opened up together to form one five bedroom property, popular with large or extended families.
The cottages are in a mews layout. Upstairs they have spacious, comfortable, open living/dining rooms, incorporating (except for Swallows’ Barn) a wood-burning stove. Some of the large windows open onto French-style ornamental balconies. Swallows’ Barn has a stable door opening at first floor level onto a large wooden balcony overlooking the moor. Each has a new well lit kitchen area with gas hob, fan oven, butler's sink, dishwasher, fridge, microwave, washing machine. Living areas have TV/DVD player.
The cottages have a well-stocked sunny lawned garden. Each has its own sheltered deck area with garden furniture and barbecue available. To the south west there are 24 acres of rolling fields with ancient trees, leading to the riverbank.
One half of a substantial detached listed house, the earliest part dating from 1530 and retaining some fine period features. This wing of the L-shaped house has a long drawing room lit by four Georgian windows and features a dance floor and large stone fireplace. The kitchen and utility room in the west wing have an electric cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, and clothes airer. The drawing room includes a TV, video and sound system. On the first floor there are three bedrooms- one double (en suite), one twin with a small double as well as a single bed, and a further twin room. There is a family bathroom (bath with electric shower over.) An additional lavatory can be found downstairs in the utility room. The principle bedroom has French windows leading to a small sunny balcony overlooking the courtyard. The sheltered courtyard garden catches the sun for most of the day.
We find that there's a huge range of things people want to do on holiday-from those who just chill out here, to those who want to strike out every day in search of new discoveries and excitement. There's also a huge range of activities on offer for all the family to enjoy. Fishing and golf are also nearby to our holiday cottages.

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