Raleigh House is a 17th century farmhouse with beautiful period features, 18th century panelling, stone flagged hallway and wide Georgian doors to name a few.
We offer traditional bed ( and truly delicious ) breakfast! Home baked bread fresh from the Aga, locally sourced bacon, free range eggs and you can even have field mushrooms when in season (sept/ oct).
We are easy to find being just off the A30 in the pretty village of Mitchell well positioned in central Cornwall.
The bedroom has two single beds with pretty, recessed panelled shelving, a chest of drawers and wash basin. Next door to the room is a small bathroom with loo, shower and basin which is shared with the other letting room.
Downstairs there is a breakfast room with telly and in winter an open fire.
The accommodation offered is traditional BnB therefore the kitchen is not for guests.Bedroom, bathroom and downstairs breakfast room are available to guests and a front door key is supplied for use during your stay.
Interaction with guests
My guests are warmly welcomed and I am happy to offer advise on places to visit. Mutual respect and consideration for each others privacy to be maintained.
Other things to note
There is on street parking outside the house.
Raleigh House is very old and requires your respect for its age.It is for this reason the house is unsuitable for children.
Dogs are welcome if they are well behaved and are happy with my own Golden Retriever.
This is a strictly no smoking household.
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I returned to Cornwall about 15 years ago and feel very privileged to be here after many years of living in London and the South East.
I work from home as a potter and enjoy working on my vegetable and flower garden for pleasure and taking my dog for walks through the beautiful countryside near me.He also delights in being taken down to the beach for a swim.I used to ride and would often ride my horse down to the beach for a gallop along the shoreline. I had chickens for a number of years too but sadly last year the fox got them and now I don't feel I want any more. But I can always get fresh free range eggs from my neighbour across the road - so don't think your breakfast egg will be only a super market product!
When the children were young we often had foreign students to stay, it was very enjoyable and we learnt a lot of other cultures.I'm hoping by doing Air BnB I'm going to meet many more travellers and hear their stories.