TARE’S COTTAGE

TARE’S COTTAGE sleeps five in a double bed on the mezzanine and a triple bedroom on the ground floor. The ground floor is a light and airy open planned two storey room with sitting area at one end around a wood burning stove, dining table in the middle and kitchen area with Aga below the gallery at the other end. Oil-fired central heating and Aga are optional extras.
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An eighteenth/nineteenth century cottage once inhabited by ‘Old Tare’ whose nickname by tradition derived from his growing pulsecrops. Like so many thatched cottages in Cornwall with such short chimney stacks barely higher than the ridge, the roof was eventually burnt off in about 1923 and the cottage since used as a farm building and dairy. Andiggy was built for Tare’s successor and his original cottage since restored, using a teak companionway salvaged from HMS Warspite, wrecked at Prussia Cove in 1947.

The cottage has an enclosed garden to the South and back yard to the East. The sea is an eight minute walk away, The Bakery a minute.

Charges per week

4 Jan
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10 Feb
10 Feb
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17 Feb
17 Feb
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31 Mar
31 Mar
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14 Apr
14 Apr
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28 Apr
28 Apr
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5 May
5 May
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26 May
26 May
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2 Jun
2 Jun
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16 Jun
16 Jun
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14 July
14 Jul
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1 Sept
1 Sep
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8 Sep
8 Sep
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22 Sep
22 Sep
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20 Oct
20 Oct
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27 Oct
27 Oct
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1 Dec
1 Dec
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21 Dec
21 Dec
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28 Dec
28 Dec
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4 Jan
Cleaning
£156£332£221£708£437£437£437£711£474£602£998£511£511£344£526£229£156£405£597£21

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