Maryfield House

Maryfield House is an imposing Gothic style property, Grade II* listed with a rural setting surrounded by the National Trust Estate of Antony House. The interior is beautifully furnished and has a relaxed family feel which makes it the ideal property for a luxury family holiday or weekend celebration.

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SLEEPS 15 GUESTS in CORNWALL * From £1,645 * Outdoor heated swimming pool * Adjacent to the National Trust Estate of Antony House where Alice in Wonderland was filmed * Coastal property located near to the stunning East Cornish coast * Comfortable reception rooms * Large kitchen

Location Maryfield House is found at the end of a pretty lane which it shares with the village church. The postcode is PL11 2QE. Maryfield House is two miles west of Torpoint and adjacent to the National Trust estate of Antony House. Access travelling west on the A38 is good via Plymouth and the Torpoint Ferry. The coast at Whitsand Bay is a two mile drive to the south.

The Accommodation The accommodation sleeps up to a maximum of 15 guests in 7 bedrooms

  • GROUND FLOOR:
  • Entrance Hall – with original patterned terracotta tiled floor
  • Sitting Room – with Gothic style stone mullion windows and stone fireplace. Sky TV and Satanta Sport
  • Drawing Room – with open fireplace and comfortable sofas
  • Library
  • Dining Room – with table seating 15 guests. Mullion windows, exposed stone wall, tapestries and impressive stone fireplace
  • Cloakroom – with wc and wash hand basin
  • Shower Room – with wc and wash hand basin
  • kitchen – with a four oven AGA, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave, large kitchen table and chairs
  • Utility Room – with washer and dryer and additional fridge and freezer
  • Shower Room – with wc and wash hand basin
  • Children’s Snug – with Plasma TV, DVD, and wood burning stove
  • Children’s Play Room – with bookcase of childrens books, chest of childrens toys and games, TV with DVD, sofa, table football, childs table and chairs and art stand.
  • STONE SPIRAL STAIRCASE TO:
  • BEDROOM 1 – 5′ double bed leading into…
  • BEDROOM 2 – Twin bedroom with 3′ beds leading into…
  • Bathroom – with wc, sink and freestanding roll top bath
  • MAIN STAIRCASE TO FIRST FLOOR:
  • BEDROOM 3 – Master bedroom with 6′ bed and EN-SUITE bathroom with wc, wash hand basin, bath and separate shower
  • BEDROOM 4 – Double bedroom with 6′ bed and EN-SUITE bathroom with wc, wash hand basin and a shower over bath
  • Bathroom with shower and bath
  • wc
  • BEDROOM 5 – Twin bedroom with 3′ single beds
  • BEDROOM 6 – Double bedroom with 6′ zip and link bed which can convert to two singles on request
  • SECOND FLOOR:
  • BEDROOM 7 – Double bedroom with 6′ zip and link bed and a 3′ single bed. If required the bedroom can be set up with three single beds
  • Bathroom with shower over bath

THE GROUNDS: The grounds comprise a total area of 3 acres, mainly to the front and side of the property and includes a paddock. The garden to the front is laid to lawn. To the side are a couple of terraces with sun loungers and chairs, one with an outdoor heated swimming pool (7m x 3m) and another with a barbecue. The swimming pool is gated and is open from June to mid September. In the garden there is a tree house, swing, slide and trampoline. Parking is to both the front and rear of the property.

History Maryfield House was originally built as a school in 1847. This was to commemorate the birth of the first child to Mr & Mrs Pole Carew, owners of the neighbouring Antony House. The architect William White, who also designed the church next door and fashioned Maryfield House into a Gothic style vicarage

The Services The following items are included in the rent:

  • Welcome provisions
  • Use of swimming pool from June to mid September
  • Logs
  • Linen, towels and toiletries
  • Utilities (except landline telephone)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Travel cot and highchair

Additional Services The following services are available on request for which there will be an additional charge:

  • Catering service
  • Housekeeping

Local Attractions

  • Go swimming or surfing on the local beaches (all covered by RNLI lifeguards)
  • Visit local National Trust properties at Antony House, Mount Edgcumbe and St Germans
  • Explore Plymouth Hoe, Smeatons Tower, the Barbican, National Marine Aquarium and Plymouth Gin Distillery
  • Golf available at St Mellion Golf and Country Club and Portwrinkle Golf Club
  • Visit The Eden Project
  • Extensive sailing, power boating and additional watersports in and around Plymouth
  • Visit the fishing villages of Kingsand, Cawsand, Polperro, Looe and Fowey
  • Visit Newton Ferrers and Salcombe
  • Horse riding, walking, sea and fresh water fishing all available both locally and within Dartmoor National Park

Pubs, Restaurants and Local Suppliers

  • Nearest local pub within ten minutes walk into Wilcove is the Wilcove Inn located on the banks of the Tamar Estuary
  • Best local Pub is the St John Inn, five minutes by car for great pub food and local ales
  • The Whitsand Bay Hotel is ten minutes by car overlooking the sea at Portwrinkle serving excellent value and quality meals daily
  • Ten minutes by car is the Finnygook Inn at Crafthole, great traditional pub with local live music most Fridays
  • The Edgcombe Arms pub is about fifteen minutes by car in Creymll, located close to the Mount Edgcombe Estate
  • Route 38 American Diner at Trerulefoot roundabout, about ten minutes drive, for the best breakfast in South East Cornwall
  • RG Seafoods supplies from Plymouth fish auctions on a daily basis. Great value seafood either delivered or available from their store in Torpoint
  • Paul Bray and sons provides meat and poultry from the local area, delivered to the house or from their store in Tideford
Price

Nights
2 3 4 5 6 7
High £4,995
Mid £1,825 £2,135 £2,380 £3,100 £3,350 £3,640
Low £1,645 £1,830 £2,140 £2,260 £2,395 £2,480
Xmas/NY £5,690 £5,788 £6,340

Season Dates

  • Mid Season: 16 March to 30 June (excluding Easter) and 11 September to 8 November
  • High Season: 1 July to 10 September and Easter. Change over day in High Season is Friday
  • Low Season: 4 January to 15 March and 9 November to 18 December
  • Christmas/New Year: 19 December to 3rd January

Additional Information

  • Dogs considered
  • Hen parties considered
  • Minimum let of 3 nights for Bank Holiday weekends
  • Minimum let of 7 nights in High Season
  • Minimum let of 5 nights during Christmas or New Year

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