These fantastic barn conversions are the perfect base for exploring both Devon and Cornwall. Located just over the River Tamar there is so much to explore just minutes from the property from glorious rural scenery to the historic city of Plymouth. Close by is the pretty village of St Mellion famous for its Jack Nicklaus golf course. The nearest beaches are on the Rame Peninsula just five miles from the property. Easily accessible from the M5 and just along the coast one can discover the traditional picture postcard resort towns of Looe and Polperro. Other attractions in the area include the Monkey Sanctuary the Adrenalin Quarry Go Karting Porfell Wildlife Park the Eden Project and many National Trust properties. On entering this stunningly converted property you will find yourself in the beautifully designed open-plan lounge/kitchen/dining area notable for its exposed beams and relaxed atmosphere. The cosy lounge is a relaxing space where you can snuggle up and watch the Smart TV there is a sofa bed in here. Leading from the lounge you can enjoy a meal in the stylish dining area which is situated by the attractive kitchen area complete with everything you may need including electric oven and hob microwave dishwasher fridge/freezer washing machine and tumble dryer. Moving through the property you will find the comfy ground-floor bedroom which is a twin zip-and-link (which can be made up as a super-king size on request) with en-suite shower and WC. A staircase takes you up to the spacious first-floor super-king-size bedroom and the bathroom complete with bath separate shower and WC. Heading outside you will find an enclosed garden and patio area with garden furniture. As from the 1st November 2019 a private hot-tub located in the enclosed private garden up to 4/5 people can relax and enjoy the hot-tub experience with 29 water jets and underwater LED lighting. There is also a larger garden area shared between the four properties on this complex. Off-road parking is available approximately 60 meters from the property. Exploring further for which we recommend you bring your wellies as it can get muddy you will find a track which leads to a large field where dogs are welcome along with six acres of private wild woodland.