An Introduction to Rivers End
Rivers End Farmhouse (originally Pitt House) was once a farm on the famous Trelawne Estate, and lies nestled in a sheltered valley at the source of the Looe River, surrounded by fields and woodland.
For those who appreciate the countryside Rivers End is an ideal choice for a self-catering holiday.More information
Rivers End Farmhouse – Sleeps 6
Full of character and charm the farmhouse dates back to the 16th Century, and retains many original features. Recently refurbished, its décor reflects a Mediterranean lightness, complementing the mixture of antique and modern furniture.
An attractive stone and slate fireplace housing an oil-fired stove greets you on entering the spacious part-panelled dining room with its ancient beams and large antique dining table.
The sitting room is welcoming, with its log-burning fireplace and comfortable leather sofas, and overlooks the lawns and landscaped gardens.
The quarry-tiled kitchen is fully equipped, and a selection of herbs and spices are to be found on the shelves, alongside cookbooks for inspiration.
A downstairs shower room and w/c also houses a washer/drier, and a bathroom with bath, washbasin and w/c may be found upstairs.
Two double bedrooms and a twin-bedded room lead off a light and airy landing, and all overlook the gardens.
There is ample parking. Beds are made up for your arrival, and fresh linen can be supplied for each subsequent week. Towels are provided, and cots and high chairs are available on request, although we are unable to provide cot linen.