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Ship Inn Lerryn
Tide's Reach
Manely Coleshill
Manely Coleshill
St. Veep, Lostwithiel, Cornwall
 
Situation
Manely Coleshill is a substantial Georgian four-bedroomed property which can accommodate up to 12 adults and children. It has many of its original features, such as working fireplaces and interior wooden shutters, and is surrounded by mature lawned gardens. Set in the ancient manor hamlet of Manely, between the pretty villages of St. Veep and Lerryn, its history dates back to the Doomsday Book.

The house is ideally situated for countryside and water pursuits. The creek at Cliff is about ¼ mile down the hill and just a bit further along a wooded riverbank, you can walk to Lerryn. This is where you  will find your hosts at the Ship Inn and a post office which sells newspapers and groceries. This area of outstanding beauty was said to inspire Kenneth Grahame to write ‘The Wind in the Willows’.

Accommodation

Ground floor
On the ground floor there is a well-equipped kitchen, dining room (with large teak table), reception with large comfy sofa and satellite TV, plus spacious bathroom with separate shower. These rooms (with the exception of the bathroom) overlook the garden, which is a haven for birds and other wildlife.

First floor
The four bedrooms are all on the first floor: three are family-sized rooms and contain four poster beds. These enjoy wonderful views over the garden and across the valley to Golant. The fourth bedroom contains adult-sized bunk beds and overlooks an historic farm house, Manely Fleming, which is also part of the ancient manor. One of the main bedrooms has an ensuite hand basin, toilet and shower.

Garden and outbuildings

The property has extensive lawns and outside dining facilities. It is approached by a wrought iron blue gate along a gravel path with mature beech trees and Cornish hedgerow. The outbuildings contain a table-tennis table, with washing machine and tumble dryer.


Nearby facilities

The Eden Project and Heligan Gardens are within half an hour away. Sea and estuary fishing and boating; riding stables at St. Veep; beaches; woodland; golf courses at Lostwithiel & Lanhydrock. 


For availability and tarriff, please e-mail: enquiries@theshipinnlerryn.co.uk.
 

 

 

 

 

The Ship Inn, Lerryn, nr. Lostwithiel, PL22 0PT. Tel: +44 (0) 1208 872374 e-mail: enquiries@theshipinnlerryn.co.uk