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The Observatory at Frieda and The Moon

Description

When you wish upon a star… anything your heart desires will come to you… and as you lay your head on your pillow at night gazing out of the skylight above, at a black velvet sky sprinkled with glitter, you could be forgiven for thinking that your own heart’s desires have been granted. Such is the out of this world experience that The Observatory at Frieda and the Moon affords. Clad in copper, shining in the sunlight like burnished gold, this unique glamping experience is utterly outstanding in every possible way.

Crafted with the utmost attention to detail where quality abounds, this romantic retreat for two will have you oohing and aahing at every turn. With stained glass porthole windows depicting the phasing of the moon, fabulous tile effect wallpaper, opulent fabrics, ammonite engraving and a cornucopia of cosmic antiques and artefacts displayed on oak shelves, the view inside is as mesmerising as the one out. With a bespoke oak kitchen inlaid with brass, stylish en suite shower-room, and a pint size wood-burner exuding warmth and comfort, The Observatory manages to brilliantly combine cosiness with luxury.

In a pretty meadow with magical views across fields, ancient woodlands and rolling hills, spend lazy days and balmy evenings sat on the patio accompanied by nature’s orchestra providing the perfect sound track. Soak up those countrylife sounds relaxing in the soothing hot tub, private and sheltered, enjoying the magical night time sky.

In the other half of this wonderful meadow setting is The Tabernacle, an equally enchanting glamping experience. The Tabernacle and Observatory share the incredible view but each have their own garden and parking areas with separate entrances and are screened from each other by an area of trees and shrubbery.

If we can tempt you away from this romantic idyll, further treasures and delights abound. Start close to home with a stroll through the owners’ ancient woodland and discover the little stream on the valley below or, for a sense of seaside nostalgia, head to the bustling fishing town of Looe. Try your hand at shark fishing, indulge in a Cornish ice cream or ramble along the coastal path to Polperro, full of seaside charm with traditional inns and cottages framing the dinky quay.

At the exclusive waterside town of Fowey you can browse the shops and galleries, join a pleasure boat trip, hire a kayak and paddle up the river or simply take a seat at one of the waterside eateries and watch the boats sail past. Want to feel the sand between your toes? Then head to Lansallos or Talland Bay and, for some fun on two wheels, the trails at Lanhydrock and Cardinham Woods are great. You can conquer the castle in Lostwithiel or why not find your own cosmic artefact in one of many antique shops in the town – the perfect souvenir from this simply stratospheric holiday.

For those extra-special holidays, the owner offers a celebration package – including a Cornish cream tea on arrival, a champagne breakfast hamper (delivered to your door on a morning of your choice!) and transport to and from a local pub or restaurant – please ask us for details if this is of interest.

Full description

Observatory
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner, 2 ring gas hob, fridge and kettle. King-size double bed (5′)
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Please note, a young baby under six months old only (non-crawler) is accepted. *There is no room for a travel cot but you are welcome to bring a baby in a moses basket.

Features

Regret no pets

Arrive/Depart Friday

Short breaks available

Hot tub

Private parking for 1 car

No smoking

Pub 2 miles

Patio furniture and chiminea with hot plate

Oil-filled radiator and heated towel rail

Logs for wood-burner

When you wish upon a star… anything your heart desires will come to you… and as you lay your head on your pillow at night gazing out of the skylight above, at a black velvet sky sprinkled with glitter, you could be forgiven for thinking that your own heart’s desires have been granted. Such is the out of this world experience that The Observatory at Frieda and the Moon affords. Clad in copper, shining in the sunlight like burnished gold, this unique glamping experience is utterly outstanding in every possible way.

Crafted with the utmost attention to detail where quality abounds, this romantic retreat for two will have you oohing and aahing at every turn. With stained glass porthole windows depicting the phasing of the moon, fabulous tile effect wallpaper, opulent fabrics, ammonite engraving and a cornucopia of cosmic antiques and artefacts displayed on oak shelves, the view inside is as mesmerising as the one out. With a bespoke oak kitchen inlaid with brass, stylish en suite shower-room, and a pint size wood-burner exuding warmth and comfort, The Observatory manages to brilliantly combine cosiness with luxury.

In a pretty meadow with magical views across fields, ancient woodlands and rolling hills, spend lazy days and balmy evenings sat on the patio accompanied by nature’s orchestra providing the perfect sound track. Soak up those countrylife sounds relaxing in the soothing hot tub, private and sheltered, enjoying the magical night time sky.

In the other half of this wonderful meadow setting is The Tabernacle, an equally enchanting glamping experience. The Tabernacle and Observatory share the incredible view but each have their own garden and parking areas with separate entrances and are screened from each other by an area of trees and shrubbery.

If we can tempt you away from this romantic idyll, further treasures and delights abound. Start close to home with a stroll through the owners’ ancient woodland and discover the little stream on the valley below or, for a sense of seaside nostalgia, head to the bustling fishing town of Looe. Try your hand at shark fishing, indulge in a Cornish ice cream or ramble along the coastal path to Polperro, full of seaside charm with traditional inns and cottages framing the dinky quay.

At the exclusive waterside town of Fowey you can browse the shops and galleries, join a pleasure boat trip, hire a kayak and paddle up the river or simply take a seat at one of the waterside eateries and watch the boats sail past. Want to feel the sand between your toes? Then head to Lansallos or Talland Bay and, for some fun on two wheels, the trails at Lanhydrock and Cardinham Woods are great. You can conquer the castle in Lostwithiel or why not find your own cosmic artefact in one of many antique shops in the town – the perfect souvenir from this simply stratospheric holiday.

For those extra-special holidays, the owner offers a celebration package – including a Cornish cream tea on arrival, a champagne breakfast hamper (delivered to your door on a morning of your choice!) and transport to and from a local pub or restaurant – please ask us for details if this is of interest.

Full description

Observatory
Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. Wood-burner, 2 ring gas hob, fridge and kettle. King-size double bed (5′)
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Please note, a young baby under six months old only (non-crawler) is accepted. *There is no room for a travel cot but you are welcome to bring a baby in a moses basket.

Features

Regret no pets

Arrive/Depart Friday

Short breaks available

Hot tub

Private parking for 1 car

No smoking

Pub 2 miles

Patio furniture and chiminea with hot plate

Oil-filled radiator and heated towel rail

Logs for wood-burner

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  • UK: England
  • County: Cornwall
  • Listed:

    August 6, 2019 12:05 pm

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