Guest Comments

“My friend Helen and I really enjoyed our stay at Cross Cottage.  It was just perfect for us and Amos the dog felt at home too.  We really appreciated the cream tea when we arrived and the cottage had absolutely everything we needed for our walking break.  It’s not too far from the excellent local pub either!” Helen from London and Helen from Hayle. January 2017

“Lovely setting. Lovely view. Very comfortable. Most relaxing. Thanks for everything. We’ll be back!” Terry & Rose, Sussex

“Wonderful break, lots of thoughtful touches to make our stay so relaxing. Plus rabbits and a fox!” Sue & Keith, Glos

“Lovely and peaceful setting. The Roost is absolutely beautiful. Thank you and see you soon. Thank you for the Cream Tea too” Jean & Ernie, Oxon

“Enjoyed our stay here in your lovely cottage. All felt very comfortable & relaxed. Thanks for the Cream Tea and the flowers. The view from the window is fantastic” Paul & Paula, Glos

“Rowf loves the location of The Roost, with the fields and beaches so close. Sue loves the decor and the convenience of the large porch. Keith loves the layout & the tranquility. All-in-all, lovely stay – thank you. We’ll be back” Sue & Keith, Surrey

“We had a lovely time and the Roost was gorgeous. Thanks also for the cream tea which was a lovely touch.” Holly, Bristol

“We had a wonderful time at Cross Cottage – it’s like a little slice of heaven,  your attention to detail and all the lovely touches in the cottage were much appreciated.  We had great fun exploring the area taking in the beautiful countryside” Philip & Phil, Gloucester

“Lovely accommodation – great for the dog,  ideal setting for a peaceful relaxing week thank you”  Sue &  Gary, Essex

“Lovely cottage and area.  A fab welcome cream teas and dogs enjoyed treats.  Felt at home here and feel well rested” Steve, Julie & Gemma, Isle of Wight

“Wonderful cosy cottage, excellent value for money. We’ve had a great stay  so much to see and do and so many flavours of Cornish ice cream to try. Thanks for the warm welcome”            The Harrison family, Canterbury