3 bedrooms for 5 people (plus cot)
Trelugas enjoys the most spectacular views down the valley to the river below. This detached cottage was converted from the 200 year old stone stables during 2012-13 to Alec and Jo's design and named after their new Scottish home, Relugas.
Enter the cottage from the old stableyard into the spacious open plan living room with vaulted ceiling, comfy sofa and arm chairs, smart TV, bluetooth speaker, glass-fronted log burner and huge French doors leading on to the terrace with steps down to your garden.
An oak floor extends from the main sitting room to the fully-equipped open-plan kitchen and farmhouse table. Through the kitchen is a utility room with adjacent WC and a back stable door.
A hall stretches away from the sitting room panelled with plate-glass windows (retaining the the old stable entrances). You will find a spacious family bathroom with big comfy bath, walk-in shower and large sink set into an antique pine dresser. There is a single bedroom, a double room with zip-and-link superking or twins and the master bedroom with kingsize bed and en-suite shower room.
Because there are no stairs (only two mini-flights of 4 and 2 shallow steps up to the bedrooms, which can be shut off from the rest of the house) Trelugas is a great choice for young children or the more infirm.
Trelugas is dog friendly and comes with access to our fantastic facilities including:
outdoor pool, spa pool and infrared sauna
indoor and outdoor play
150 acres to roam
Comfortable family cottage
Fantastic views & private garden
Master bedroom with ensuite shower room
Second bedroom with zip & link king or twin beds
Big family bathroom with bath & walk-in shower
Light & airy living space with log burner
Smart TV, bluetooth speaker, radio
Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher & washer-dryer
Utility room & separate WC
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