Accommodating 16-21 guests
Accommodating 16-21 guests
Maryfield House is a Grade II listed house situated in a rural setting on the Devon/Cornwall border surrounded by the National Trust Estate of Antony House. The famous fishing villages of Looe and Polperro are nearby, as are the renowned beach at Whitsand Bay (2 miles) and the classic Cornish seaside villages of Kingsand and Cawsand. The seven bedroomed house accommodates 16-21 guests and is very spacious with 6 receptions rooms. Maryfield House benefits from an outdoor swimming pool.
Location - Maryfield House lies at the end of a picturesque lane which it shares with the village church. The property is 2 miles west of Torpoint which lies on the River Tamar and is adjacent to Antony House which is run by the National Trust. The coast at Whitsand Bay is a 2mile drive to the south.
Nearest Train Station: Plymouth
Nearest Airport: Plymouth (5 miles) or Exeter (40 miles)
London: 4¾ hour drive or 3½ hour journey by train (London Paddington to Plymouth)
16 + 5 Guests
Linen and Towels
Logs for Fire
BBQ: Yes a Coal BBQ is provided
Coffee Machines: Cafetiere
Up to Two well behaved dogs allowed
Arrival Day(s): Flexible (minimum 2 night stay required)
Check In: After 4:00pm
Check Out: Before 10:00am
Cautionary Damage Deposit: £1,000
Maryfield House sleeps up to 16 + 5 guests in seven bedrooms and has 3 en-suite bedrooms and 2 family bathrooms.
Entrance hall: with original patterned terracotta tiled floor
Lounge: Gothic style stone mullion windows, sofas, window seat, stone fireplace and TV with SKY
Drawing room: with stone mullion windows, sofas, large TV with SKY, i-Pod docking station and a fireplace, the main room for the family to gather together
Library: desk for working and comfy sofas for reading one of the many books
Dining room: with stone mullion windows, exposed stone wall and fireplace, the dining table can seat 18 to 20 guests for a wonderful celebratory meal
Kitchen: a large fully equipped kitchen with a 4-oven AGA, electric oven, dishwasher, American fridge/freezer, microwave and a breakfast table with seating for 10 guests and a log burner
Games room: with TV, DVD and wood burner and board games
Sun room: great room for escaping the crowds
Utility room: with washer, dryer, fridge/freezer
Downstairs cloakroom: with W.C.
The grounds comprise a total area of 3 acres, mainly to the front and side of Maryfield House and include 2 paddocks. The garden to the front is laid to lawn and to the side there are several terraces including one with an outdoor heated swimming pool and another with a BBQ, perfect for al fresco dining.
The swimming pool (7 metres x 3 metres) is gated and is open between June and September, there are sun loungers and seating with an umbrella to shade from the summer sun. For the children the garden also has a tree house, swing, slide and trampoline.
There is plenty of parking to both the front and rear of the property
Main staircase to:
Master bedroom: a large bedroom with a 4-poster superking bed, seating and a vaulted ceiling. The en-suite bathroom has a separate large walk-in shower, bath and twin sinks
Bedroom 2: a double bedroom with a 4-poster superking bed and en-suite bathroom with shower
Bedroom 3: a children's room with 2 double bunk beds and 2 truckle beds (sleeps up to 6 guests)
Bedroom 4: a double or twin bedroom with a superking bed
Separate W.C.: with basin
Family bathroom: with large walk-in shower and a roll-top bath
Staircase to second floor:
Bedroom 5: with a double superking bed and a single bed with truckle bed. If required the bedroom can be set up with 4 single beds for occupation by children, this room has amazing views
Bathroom: opposite the bedroom with vaulted ceilings and a roll-top bath with shower head, this bathroom has amazing views
Secondary staircase to upper ground level from ground floor by children's snug
Family suite: with two connecting bedrooms sharing a bathroom
Bedroom 6: double bedroom with a king size bed
Bedroom 7: a children's room with a double bunk bed and a truckle bed
Bathroom: with shower over bath
Maryfield House was originally built as a school in 1847. This was to commemorate the birth of the first child to Mr and Mrs Pole Carew, owners of the neighbouring Antony House. The architect William White, who also designed the church next door, fashioned Maryfield into a Gothic style vicarage. Maryfield was acquired by the current owners and has undergone an extensive refurbishment programme.
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