Eco-friendly holiday cottage ideal for green vacations
A Cornish cottage that runs on renewable energy has been listed for holiday rentals,
Named Primrose, the self-sustaining property resides in Cornwall’s countryside and is powered entirely by wind and sun. The unique cottage’s energy needs are ably supplied by cutting edge solar panels and a wind turbine, located on site.
Once a barn used for agriculture, Primrose is now an ecofriendly holiday cottage with every comfort available in a modern family home. While offering the contemporary styling of five roof skylights supplying natural light to the cottage interior, the property has retained original features such as wooden rafters and outside walls of rustic stone.
The quaint cottage benefits from three bedrooms with hot water delivered by the combined efforts of the small-scale turbine and solar panels. The master bedroom has an en suite and king-sized bed, while a family-focused bedroom features a children’s triple-sleeper bed. The third room is a twin bedroom.
The property offers its guests luxurious underfloor heating, making it an ideal choice for a winter break. It also has a kitchen that is fully fitted, an entertainment system and Wi-Fi. For visitors enjoying a summer stay, there is a private courtyard-style garden with outdoor barbecue facilities.
In easy walking distance from Primrose those staying at the cottage will fin Tywardreath village. Here they can enjoy traditional British fare at the pub, a fish and chip supper, and a local shop where essential supplies can be purchased. Close to both the countryside and the coast, the cottage is a perfect place for a private break.