The Sunday School in Enniscaven near St Austell, is the perfect base to explore both north and south Cornwall.
Situated behind the owner’s converted chapel home, the cottage has enviable views out over the Cornish countryside and a light and airy, contemporary modern interior, with two bedrooms for up to four people and their furry friend.
The cottage has its own private hot tub, enclosed garden and a relaxing area outside to enjoy the peaceful surroundings.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Private Hot Tub
Ground Floor Facilities
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
About The Sunday School
The Sunday School has been lovingly restored to offer a bright, modern place to stay.
The cottage has an open plan living/dining/kitchen area and two spacious bedrooms, one with a king size bed and the other with twin beds.
The enclosed garden area and hot tub are ideal for winding down at the end of the day with a glass of wine or some locally-caught fish grilled on the barbecue.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Enniscaven, St Austell
The village of Charlestown is just six miles from The Sunday School and is home to several Tall Ships which are available for visits.
Moored in the Grade II Listed harbour which was built in the late 1700s to serve the town’s china clay industry, you will probably recognise the ships from TV shows such as Poldark, The Onedin Line and Hornblower.
Charlestown also has a golden sandy beach which is popular with tourists in summer or you can step back in time and learn about the town’s history at the Charlestown Shipwreck & Heritage Centre, situated by the tall ships.
The fishing village of Padstow is located to the north of The Sunday School and is easy to reach by car. It is home to Rick Stein’s fish restaurants and several nearby beaches including St George’s Cove, Tregirls and Hawker’s Cove which are perfect for sandcastle building for all ages.
Alternatively, hop on board the local ferry to Rock for a five minute journey to more beaches and to see where the other half spend their holidays. A firm favourite away from the cameras, Rock is a holiday resort for royals, celebrities and the rich and famous.
For something a little different, visit the National Lobster Hatchery, a pioneering marine conservation research and education centre which aims to educate and research about these local critters. You can even adopt one and support the charity’s work.
The ancient fishing port of Fowey hosts several events throughout the year including the Du Maurier festival and the Fowey Royal Regatta. Once the home of Daphne Du Maurier, the town has some fantastic pubs, galleries, restaurants and shops to visit.
The town holds a regular produce market and is well known in the area for its Christmas market which attracts more than 10,000 people every year.
Local food, handicrafts, drink and festive gifts are available to purchase or you can simply pop along for a freshly-brewed coffee or piping hot food in the cafés, pubs and restaurants nearby.
A beautiful place to stay, The Sunday School in Enniscaven is the ideal place to recharge your batteries within easy driving distance of some of Cornwall’s most famous places to visit.
St, Austell, Bodmin and Bodmin Moor, Newquay, Padstow and Port Isaac are all close by.
Visit Padstow for fresh fish, caught that day, or spend some time down by the harbour in Charlestown where you can see artefacts from the Titanic, tall ships and take a dip in the sea on the village’s sandy beach.
Head to Bodmin Moor for long walks, cycle rides and the famous Camel Trail which follows a historic railway track and takes in some of Cornwall’s prettiest sights.
Alternatively, you can spend your holiday relaxing in the cottage’s hot tub, reading books in the enclosed garden or talking walks with your loved ones and your pooch in the local countryside.
The Sunday School
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