- The no expense spared interior, absolute comfort and impeccable taste.
- Great restaurants, shopping, theatre and arts on the doorstep.
- Messing about in boats on the glorious creeks of the Carrick Roads.
- An early evening stroll to the Heron Inn for riverside drinks.
The immaculate accommodation spans three floors with the open plan living room and kitchen on the ground floor looking towards the river to the front and opening to an enclosed rear suntrap garden.The bedrooms span the two upper floors with a master en-suite room and on the first floor plus a twin (or zip and link to super king on request) and a bathroom. The second floor plays host to a further double plus a single room with pull out bed which can be made available on request. We can say with absolute conviction these are the best beds we have ever tried! We welcome groups of up to six adults but two further children may be accommodated upon request at an extra charge.
The garden at the rear of the house a real sun trap with a small lawn and a terrace. Fully enclosed, it is child friendly with good quality furniture and a barbecue. For those who want to run around and play ball games, Boscawen Park just across the road has masses of space.
Three Rivers is part of a select new development between Truro and the village of Malpas. The house sits beside the Truro River as it winds its way down towards the Carrick Roads. Immediately opposite the house is Boscawen Park, a vast swathe of green grass with a large play area, no less than eight tennis courts plus cricket and football pitches. Although Truro is within a mile, the atmosphere is relaxed and the surroundings are green.The Trennick Mill, a laid back restaurant is just a minutes’ walk away offering breakfast, light lunches or a full gastronomic experience according to their website. There is also a coffee and ice cream stand in the park. We highly recommend walking on down to the pretty village of Malpas which is home to the Heron Inn overlooking the water. From here you can hop on a passenger ferry to Falmouth or St Mawes for the day – bliss. Just a mile away Truro is a delightful small city which is easy to explore on foot. Independent shops, superb restaurants, a cinema, museum, art galleries and a theatre will no doubt keep you entertained.