Set in the Lizard Peninsula, in small village called Cury, you'll find Chy An Huder. Chy An Huder sleeps 12 people in 6 bedrooms and makes a good location to explore Cornwall - and the coves and beaches near Lizard Point.
The shops are around 3 miles from Chy An Huder, with the nearest pub about a mile away. The National trust owned beach at Poldhu Cove is a mile away from Chy An Huder too - this cove is a good place to try swimming, surfing and windsurfing; and exploring the rock pools too.
Heading into Cornwall you can visit the towns of Helston, Falmouth and Truro for the day. Or how about spending the day at Flambards Theme Park. There a collection of National Trust properties in the area around Chy An Huder, with Godolphin ("A historic house and medieval garden all set within an ancient and atmospheric estate") and Penrose ("Wooded country around Cornwall's largest natural lake") being just a couple of examples.
There are 6 bedrooms at Chy An Huder, which are made up of 3 double bedrooms and 3 twin bedrooms. All of which means that Chy An Huder sleeps 12 people. There are 4 bathrooms, which include two en suites.
You have a TV, DVD player, games console and Wi-Fi. With a cooker, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and dish washer all included. A games room includes a full size pool table.
Outside you have a lawned garden with patio area. Holidays at Chy An Huder start on a Saturday, with short breaks available.
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Located in the middle of Cornwall - equidistant between the north and south coast, you'll find Cox Hill House in Chacewater. Cox Hill House sleeps 10 people in 5 bedrooms, with pets allowed to holiday with you.