Welcome to Puddleduck Cottage in Lerryn, Cornwall
Lin and Rob invite you to discover beautiful Lerryn, inspiration for Wind In The Willows. One of the most stunning rural villages in Cornwall, Lerryn is a magical creekside village, peacefully nestling in woodland with a pub and village shop. Lerryn Creek is rich in wildlife and is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A self-catering cottage, Puddleduck is fully furnished and comfortably sleeps up to 8 people. Out of season Puddleduck is priced for 2 people, with a small extra charge per additional person.
We have superfast, free wi-fi, two charging stations for electric vehicles (13A and 32A), and solar panels on the roof that help provide electricity for the cottage.
Why not use our rowing boat and buoyancy aids to explore the river, or relax in our secret garden with summerhouse and barbeque, overlooking the river.
Sorry though, no pets or smoking.
"Had a fabulous week - what a gorgeous village, so peaceful & relaxing."
"We were all impressed by the quaint cottage in such a picturesque location."
"Rob & Lin have created a wonderful cottage with all kinds of amenities for us all."
Equipment includes TV & DVD player; cooker, microwave; washing machine, tumble dryer; dishwasher; fridge/freezer; food processor; heated towel rails, wall-mounted hairdryer and payphone.
A cot, high-chair and safety stair gate are available.
Lerryn is perfect for exploring Cornwall, close to attractions such as the Eden Project, Lanhydrock (plus the new cycle hub), Lost Gardens of Heligan, China Clay Museum, Shipwreck Museum at Charlestown Harbour (Poldark), Lostwithiel (Cornwall's antiques capital), Bodmin Jail, Fowey (take the ferry), Looe, Polperro and Mevagissey.
The area is full of stunning walks and a walks booklet can be purchased from Lerryn River Stores. A popular walk is through Ethy Woods and along the river to St Winnow where you can visit the beautiful riverside church, as well as the farm museum and then treat yourself to an ice cream or cream tea at Angie's before returning across fields past Ethy House.