This picture-perfect converted 17th-century mill country cottage, comes complete with a charming mill wheel and idyllic countryside views. The cottage, located near Tintagel in North Cornwall, UK has an interesting mix of traditional and contemporary decor. The natural wood and the stone walls are breathtaking and the outdoors is yet another place you fall in love with.
The country is the place you go to unwind, and this cottage is perfect to spend weeks of relaxing moments and simply forget the hustle and bustle of big towns.
Take a minute to picture yourself walking on the gardens, hearing the river that runs past and seeing endless views of the countryside. I hope this helps you to feel ready for one more beautiful day in your life.
Bring your favorite book. This is the place you’ll read it without being interrupted.
The stone walls connects you to the past.
Centuries of history and charm.
The kitchen is practical and easy. Don’t we all need more interiors that feels like that?
A nice view from the kitchen.
Eat & Laugh
A rustic picnic table and benches bring some casualness to the dining room.
Cozy and stylish.
The best elements in this space are the architecture, views and the stunning floors. The living room has a cabin feel and I can imagine spending cosy nights curled up with one of those throws.
Embrace whatever is charming in your space.
The painted stone walls and beams are incredible!
Come over for breakfast.
The perfect place to feel the sunshine and hear the birds singing.
Side of the cottage.
The beauty of the countryside.
Go for a quiet walk. Just you and your thoughts.
Celebrate the beauty that surrounds you.
Oh, what a “sweet” day!
I hope you felt more relaxed after seeing this country cottage. This place seems to be perfect for any time of the year. It’s seems that every season has something special to offer.
You can see more of this cottage here.
Talking about something special, my birthday is getting close and I’m trying to decide where to go to. I feel like trying a new restaurant, but I’m not sure if that’s a good idea. What if the food isn’t that good? I usually read reviews when searching for a good place, but if the food is bad in your birthday, it’s hard to have a good time. Am I right?
My husband and I celebrated our anniversary a couple of months ago and we went to a restaurant and the food was terrible! The restaurant had great reviews and it seemed to be a very special place, but… what a disappointment! So, I’m trying to be extra cautious this time around. Maybe the best thing to do is going to my favorite restaurant and be more adventurous some other day.
What do you think? Do you try new places on special occasions or you prefer to stick to what you know?
Help me decide on this one!
Have a great day, my dear friends! It’s great that you’re here today!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Source: Unique Home Stays
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