Chabren in Rose, near Perranporth is a fabulous choice for a coastal or rural getaway with your dog no matter what the season.
The cottage has four bedrooms, a hot tub and is perfect for families or groups looking for extra space whilst on holiday with their canine friends.
Located in a quiet hamlet with rural views, the cottage is within easy reach of the popular surfing beaches of Perranporth, Newquay and Holywell Bay.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Private Hot Tub
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
A delightful detached cottage, Chabren in Rose has been renovated to a high standard with some of its original features maintained.
From the spiral staircase to the lovely wood burner in the living room’s converted fireplace, the cottage is comfortable and cosy.
There are four bedrooms, one of which is ideally situated on the ground floor for ease of access and the cottage has an enclosed garden and roof terrace with views over the peaceful countryside.
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Things To Do in Rose, Perranporth
Whether you are a surf fan or not, the pretty village of Perranporth which has three miles of golden sandy beach, clear waters, spectacular cliff walks and local shops and cafés where you can indulge your taste buds with a Cornish Cream tea or a real Cornish pasty, is well worth a visit.
Poldark fans won’t want to miss the chance to see the village where Winston Graham wrote his first Poldark novel or spend some time at the Perranzabuloe Museum which details the local area’s rich history.
The cathedral city of Truro is 30 minutes’ drive from Chabren. Designed by John Loughborough Pearson, Truro Cathedral has three spires and was completed in 1910, its stained glass windows being one of its most famous features. If you love nature in its full glory, visit Enys Gardens, considered to be the oldest gardens in Cornwall.
Beautiful throughout the year, most people choose to visit in spring when the grounds are covered with carpets of bluebells.
If you’re looking for some retail therapy, Truro is bound to have something for you. The town is home to many national high street chains but also has plenty of independent, local shops.
From traditional sweet shops to independent card shops, jewellers, bookshops and music shops as well as clothing and accessories, there is plenty to choose from in Truro.
The market town of St. Austell is a popular place to visit with plenty to see, do and experience. One of Cornwall’s biggest towns, it flourished from the 18th century onwards after the discovery of china clay.
Whilst china clay is no longer the mainstay of the local economy, it has left its own unique mark on the town, with the Cornish Alps, an unintentional man-made feature of the town’s panorama, being one of its most famous landmarks.
The biggest brewery in Cornwall, St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre is open for visits or you can sip a pint of their signature beers in a local pub.
Chabren offers peace and tranquillity in the Cornish countryside whilst being within easy reach of the seaside towns and villages Cornwall is famous for.
From a freshly poured pint in St. Austell itself to shopping in Truro or surfing in Perranporth, the area has plenty to do and see.
The local beaches are also favourites for those who are holidaying with their four-legged friend. There is a wide choice of beaches for walks with dogs, whether your pooch likes a splash in the sea or helping your kids to make sandcastles.
Chabren’s beautifully restored living room is the perfect place to relax on an evening or take a dip in the hot tub in the enclosed garden or spend some time on the roof terrace with a bird’s eye view of the surrounding countryside.
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