Enquiries: 01872 _264441 Contact us
translate this site
 

Dingley Cottage

Holiday Cottage in Porkellis near Falmouth, Cornwall

Sleeps 3
Pub within walking distance
Dog Friendly
WiFi
No. of pets allowed
Parking available
Cot available
Highchair available
Garden
Discount for a couple
Friday change over
 
Nestled next to Ruby farmhouse up a short, tree lined drive is Dingley Cottage, a superbly equipped little bolthole with its own private courtyard garden. Child and dog friendly, there are fields to run off some steam and a communal play area to generally entertain. The vibrant resort of Falmouth, picturesque Helston, the glorious Helford River and the Lizard peninsula are all within easy reach.
Discounts available for couples staying for 7 nights outside the peak season, using one room only.
Back to search results Print page Make an enquiry
  1. Gallery
  2. Property details
  3. Map
  4. Street view
  5. Video tour
  6. Location
  7. Reviews
  8. Floor plans
  9. Nearby properties
  10. Prices & Book Now

Dingley Cottage is approached around the side of the main farmhouse and has a sweet little courtyard garden, the cottage itself has a bright and airy feel, the kitchen diner is fully equipped, the lounge sports a door onto the outside seating area, there are plenty of character features, with exposed stonework, and some exposed roof rafters. To the front of the main farmhouse is a communal child's play area that is shared with the other 2 cottages, Ruby Farm cottage and Kernyk cottage.

Porkellis is a superb place to stay with stunning access to the bustling port of Falmouth, with it's vibrant atmosphere, Helford River, one of the most beautiful tidal creeks in the country made famous by Daphne Du Maurier's classic novel Frenchman's Creek, and onwards to the untamed beauty and splendour of the Lizard peninsula.


Also available on this site are Ruby Farm Cottage (sleeps 5) and Kernyk Cottage (sleeps 4).

Accommodation
Ground floor: The front door leads into the open plan kitchen dining room which is fully equipped and tastefully decorated, there are a set of stairs leading up to the single bedroom and a small number of steps leading into the lounge which has a french windows leading to the garden, a further door leads into the main double bedroom with en-suite shower room both of which borrow light through high level windows from the lounge.
First floor: Stairs open directly into spacious, double aspect single bedroom (shares double en-suite shower room).
Exterior: Parking for 1 car to the front of the property, further parking is available on request. A private courtyard patio area with table, chairs and barbecue. There is a communal playground area. Guests may walk their dogs around some of the fields on the farm.

Facilities & Services
The property has gas central heating. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of units. There is a gas oven and hob, a microwave, dishwasher, toaster, kettle, fridge / freezer. There is a combined washing machine and tumble dryer. The lounge area has a flatscreen digital Freeview TV with an integrated DVD player, CD & Radio. There is an iron & ironing board. WiFi is available at the property however it is through a satellite and therefore has a download limit (great for emails, not so good for streaming films).

Miscellaneous
Electricity, heating and bed linen are all included but you will need to bring your own towels and beach towels. Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome at an additional £25 per dog per week, although please remember that you cannot leave dogs unattended in the cottage alone. Regrettably no smoking is allowed. There is off road parking for 1 car. There is a barbecue.

General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is a Saturday in 2015 and a Friday in 2016.
Short breaks are available during the quieter months of the year.
£100 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
?With easy access to Falmouth, attractions such as The National Maritime Museum Falmouth, Rick Steins Fish and Chips on Discovery Quay, Pendennis Castle and even St Mawes Castle via a 20 minute foot ferry, are all within reach. Falmouth is one of Cornwall's most popular places to visit because of its unique mix of attractions, water sports, beaches, history and place to eat. The National Maritime Museum Cornwall and Pendennis Castle are both high on visitors' lists of places to visit and the views from Pendennis on a fine day a truly magical. Falmouth is the sailing capital of Cornwall with its spectacular deep water natural harbour offering a haven for both cruisers and racers. Many events are held through the summer culminating in the famous Falmouth Regatta Week and associated shore side events. The beaches at Gyllingvase & Swanpool are coarse sand and are wonderfully sunny south facing spots. You can ride the ferry to beautiful St Mawes for the day or take a delightful trip around the estuary stopping off at either Trelissick Gardens or Smugglers Cottage for a cream tea! There are plenty of places to eat & drink in Falmouth and recently Rick Stein has opened his Fish & Chip Restaurant & Oyster Bar at Discovery Quay adding to the superb mix across the town.

Helston was originally a thriving port, however as the river silted up over the years, this ceased to be. Where the river joins the sea, is now Cornwall's largest freshwater lake. The market town has a mixture of Georgian & Victorian architecture. On Coinagehall Street is the Blue Anchor, originally a rest house for monks, which became a tavern in the 15th century. This is possibly the oldest brewery in the country selling the strong local brew, Spingo. Helston is the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula and to the Helford River, which has some beautiful villages, namely St Anthony in Meneage & Helford Village.

Porthleven is approximate 3.5 miles southwest of Helston. This charming fishing harbour also has world class surf break.

A little further along the coast, towards Penzance is Praa Sands, which has a mile of sandy beach.

North Helford covers the area from Maenporth to Helston and includes places such as Mawnan Smith, Helford Passage, Constantine & Gweek. The area has many delights such as Trebah and Glendurgan Gardens, The Seal Sanctuary at Gweek, Goonhilly Earth and Satellite Station and The Ferry Boat Inn.

Daphne du Maurier wrote her only romantic novel Frenchmans Creek about the River Helford, and who can blame her, the views really are beautiful. Glendurgan Gardens run by the National Trust hold a 176 year old laurel maze and the 'Giants Stride' swing most popular with children. St Anthony-in-Meneage holds a lovely little church primarily of medieval architecture. Maenporth beach tucked away on the westerly edge of Falmouth Bay boast spectacular views, well worth a visit.
Verified Up Front Reviews

4.8

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 5
Condition 5
Location 5
Value For Money 4
Review Date: 2017-09-01
David from Ventnor stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in July
Compact and very comfortable in a splendid location away from the hustle and bustle. Splendid for walking when the County mark the footpaths. Need a good map.
3.2

out of 5
Cleanliness 3
Service and Staff 3
Comfort 3
Condition 3
Location 4
Value For Money 3
Review Date: 2017-08-27
Philip from Basingstoke stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in August
The cottage was very small to accommodate three people and a dog, especially the toilet/ shower room, and the furniture could do with updating, it has an old two seater in the lounge, there was three of us staying so had to use our camping chair which wasn't ideal for a whole week. The outside area could do with being re paved as it was very uneven and overgrown with weeds. The kitchen was clean and a reasonable size, beds were very comfortable. Sorry we wouldn't stay again, didn't feel we got value for money.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to leave a review about your stay in the Bijou Dingley Cottage. Hope your journey home was trouble free and there were no traffic jams. I'm very sorry to hear that you found the cottage too small for 2 adults and a child. The photos should convey just how small Dingley is and also that there is only one three seater sofa ( 3 yrs old from new, so not too ancient!) in the sitting room and a canvas chair. I only wish us British folk when asked, "is everything ok?" on numerous occasions, we would give the honest answer, then some things could have been resolved while you were here, to make your stay more comfortable. I'll admit I couldn't have made the bathroom bigger or removed the original cobble stones outside, but I would happily have lent you another armchair and had another clean around, although these 250 year old converted barns with uneven walls are buggers for cobwebs and suchlike! It is so hard to please all of the people all of the time and we do try to make guests aware of just what they are coming to stay in and give as much detail as possible without boring you. I would encourage you to ring the owners of the next cottage you book and get some more details so that you have a far more comfortable stay than this has been for you. I do hope you enjoyed Cornwall all the same.
5

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 5
Condition 5
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2017-08-17
Diana from Tewkesbury stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in August
We have just had the loveliest week in Cornwall and much of that is due to the cottage. Small but perfectly formed. Everything you could need, nicely furnished and super clean. We had a welcome pack, fresh flowers and a cream tea on arrival. The owner from the adjoining farm was welcoming and on hand for any questions but never intrusive. This was such a great place to explore Cornwall from and coming back every evening felt cosy and happy. We will definitely be back.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to write a review for us. So glad you enjoyed your time here in Cornwall & in the Bijou Dingley Cottage. Look forward to welcoming you back.
4.3

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 4
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 4
Condition 5
Location 4
Value For Money 4
Review Date: 2017-07-23
Guest from Sheffield stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in July
A very comfortable little cottage in a secluded location. Porkellis does not have much by way of facilities although the Star Inn is only a 10 minute walk from the cottage. The staff there are friendly and the food is good. The menu is a bit limited though and you need to check which days and times they do food. The cottage has everying you need for up to 3 people. We only saw the owner a couple of times on arrival and departure but she is available in the adjoining building if you need her. We travelled as a couple but if you do have children there is a children's play area and animals to see. Just be aware that although there is wifi it is so slow that we gave up on it while we were in the cottage - not a bad thing if you just want to relax. There are two big supermarkets near Helston. You soon get used to the narrow country lanes everywhere. We found it best to approach the cottage via the Rame post office juction from the main road.
Reply from Arran Thank you for taking the time to write a review about Dingley Cottage and your stay here in Cornwall. Those pesky country roads in the country, I don't know, what can we do!? I'm afraid they appear particularly narrow this time of year because of the beautiful flora and forna & no one is allowed to cut them back for another few weeks, the locals know we have an extra foot either side but I'm afraid that doesn't help our visitors. Glad you worked your way around on the main roads. An awful lot of villages struggle to have any amenities these days and we are very lucky that we still have a local pub, not only that, it has a tiny shop and a library too! Although their menu is limited, as you say it is good and also local produce, cooked fresh, no frozen rubbish. Sorry I didn't see a bit more of you through the week but I like to stay out of the way as the cottage is yours for the week and as you say I'm about if something goes wrong. I'm glad the slow wifi was not an issue for you, I agree, when on holiday, give it a rest! I'm afraid it is another joy of living in the peaceful countryside! Hope you had a good journey home despite the weather.
5

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 5
Condition 5
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2017-07-09
Gail from Bristol stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in June
Our second stay at Dingley cottage, a very peaceful location but easy access to the main roads for touring. Cottage is well equipped and ideal for two. Excellent value for money with friendly host, happy to recommend to friends & family.
4.7

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 4
Service and Staff 4
Comfort 5
Condition 5
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2017-05-28
Colin from Tewkesbury stayed at Dingley Cottage for 3 nights in May
Our 3 night stay was an absolute pleasure with everything we needed and a lovely atmosphere.The owner was very nice and helpful.All in all a great stay and we would recommend dingly cottage to anybody looking for a place to stay in Cornwall.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to review your short stay at Dingley Cottage. It is always lovely to hear from happy contented guests. Hope to welcome you back again in the future
5

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 5
Condition 5
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2017-05-21
Craig from Queenborough stayed at Dingley Cottage for 14 nights in April
Would recommend to anyone to stay at dingley cottage, the facilities in the cottage was well suited for our stay. Lovely owner very friendly, & to be greater by scones, jam & clotted cream was really nice. Really enjoyed the stay for two weeks.
Reply from ArranThank you so much for taking the time to write a review & for leaving Dingley Cottage so very clean and tidy. Lovely to hear that you enjoyed your stay here. Hope to welcome you both back one day in the future.
4.7

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 4
Condition 5
Location 4
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2016-10-30
Deborah from Shipley stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in October
A very pleasant stay: flowers, milk and cream scones on arrival. There's an excellent pub (The Star Inn) within a short walk with roaring fires and excellent food. The owners were very helpful and accommodating. Poldark Mine which has been used in the filming and was extremely interesting to visit is also within walking distance. Good situation to visit Truro, Porthleven and The Lizard. A peaceful and countryside setting.
4.5

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 4
Condition 5
Location 4
Value For Money 4
Review Date: 2016-10-03
Neil from Rugby stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in September
Great little property well maintained . warm cosy cottage, the lack of the bedroom window made no difference to us in fact It made it warmer. The lady was very nice and made us very welcome with scones and clotted cream. Also a bunch of fresh flowers. Would certainly use again.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to write a review. So glad to hear that your enjoyed your stay in Dingley Cottage. Hope to be able to welcome you both back again in the future.
4

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 4
Service and Staff 4
Comfort 4
Condition 4
Location 4
Value For Money 4
Review Date: 2016-09-11
Debra from Staines Upon Thames stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in September
Lovely cottage, quiet location , nice to be able to walk to the the local pub the star nice ale and friendly people ....just a shame the weather want great which made it hard work with the dogs when we were out ...
Reply from ArranHi, Thank you so much for taking the time to write us review. I'm afraid the Uk weather is there to try us but glad you enjoyed your stay none the less.
5

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 5
Condition 5
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2016-07-31
Gail from Bristol stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in July
An excellent location for visiting a variety of stunning beaches and coastal walks. A warm and friendly welcome on arrival with the cream tea being much appreciated. The cottage was ideal for two and we would not hesitate in recommending it to friends and family.
4.5

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 4
Comfort 4
Condition 4
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2016-07-03
Michael from York stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in June
Everything you need is provided including a parking space . Dog friendly and there is a small childrens play area as well. All local attractions are only a short drive away. Helston (7mins drive)even has a wetherspoons if you want a cheap night out . It is situated on the edge of a village(Porkellis) and the local pub which does food is 400 yards away . Staff friendly but are not in your face (appreciated fresh flowers and cream tea awaiting our arrival).Must sees , Mousehole , St ives and Poldhu cove on the lizard.Only one small suggestion, upstairs is a second (single) bedroom. the stairs are steep and safety wise it could do with a handrail. Would go back !!!
4

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 3
Comfort 4
Condition 4
Location 4
Value For Money 4
Review Date: 2016-05-22
Guest from Salisbury stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in May
Dingley Cottage gave me all I needed for my holiday. I found it clean and well equipped. It was as described in the ad. I didn't see much of the owner but was comforted by the fact that they were nearby if I needed them. This cottage is small but comfortable.
5

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 5
Condition 5
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2016-05-15
Daniel from Swanscombe stayed at Dingley Cottage for 4 nights in May
From the warm welcome we received to the clean and inviting little cottage we stayed in, this was a fantastic holiday. The cottage itself was cleaned from top to bottom and was very welcoming. The information pack on the table also helped understand the things needed within the cottage, from cooking to washing up, heating the house to rubbish. Being dog friendly also helped considerably as it meant we could take our boy with us. The only gripe id have is the recycling boxs need to be labelled as it got confusing which was which and considering there is 7 of them it was quite a fuss to organise. A great stay and a great Owner. We will be back.
4.3

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 4
Comfort 4
Condition 5
Location 4
Value For Money 4
Review Date: 2016-05-15
Ian from Forestville stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in April
We really enjoyed our week at Dingley Cottage which provided everything we needed. Convenient parking and short driving to places of interest, food and pubs. Somewhat cosy it was pretty quiet and enjoyable morning sun in the courtyard. The scones and cream got us off to a good start and the host was conveniently accessible. We would definitely stay again if in the area.
4.8

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 4
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 5
Condition 5
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2015-11-16
Gill from West Bromwich stayed at Dingley Cottage for 5 nights in November
Had a very peaceful 5 days at Dingley cottage. Arran (owner) had left us a cream tea for our arrival and also popped round to see if everything was okay. Cottage is very warm and comfortable, plenty of space for the 2 of us. Bed was comfortable, however it was very hot as there was a high tog duvet on it. Kitchen is well equipped (other than a bottle opener) Shower room is small, but shower itself is great plenty of hot water. Only slight issue was that the cottage welcomes dogs, which wouldn't normally be a problem, but as my partner was suffering from a cold and has a pet hair allergy which exacerbates his asthma, he did find that there was residual hairs around which made lifr a bit difficult.
Reply from ArranThank you so much for taking the time to write a review. I'm off to get a bottle opener straight away, so sorry, I thought the top of the cork screw was one! Ooops. As for the duvet , there is a lower tog one in the draw under the bed, I shall leave a note out from now on as a few guests have mentioned this. I'll also check the heating temperature over night I'm so sorry about your partner suffering from his allergy in the cottage, I don't think a week has gone by this year without a dog visiting, and even though we use a pet allergy Dyson, I'm afraid there will always be a residue somehwhere. I do hope it didn't spoil your time here.
4.3

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 4
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 4
Condition 4
Location 4
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2015-10-17
Dominique from Thalwil stayed at Dingley Cottage for 14 nights in September
Neat and cosy cottage in central Cornwall with friendly service. Nice landscape and many things to see / good hiking trails in reachable distance. Enjoyed the stay.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to write a review. So glad to hear that you enjoyed your holiday in Dingley Cottage.
3.8

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 3
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 3
Condition 3
Location 5
Value For Money 4
Review Date: 2015-08-05
Guest from Norwich stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in July
Me, my husband, our 10 year old daughter and our two pugs stayed at Dingley cottage for one week this summer. The cottage is beautiful from the outside with a lovely enclosed courtyard ideal for our two dogs. The kitchen was well equipped and ideal for our needs. The single bedroom our daughter had was nice and cosy with a lovely roof top garden although the stairs to get to it were quite precarious. The lounge was small but adequate for the three of us. The main bedroom of the lounge was small and felt very claustrophobic having no window to the outside. The double bed wasn't very comfortable with the high tog quilt which would be very cosy in winter was too much for the summer . The property was advertised as having two bathrooms but there is only one toilet/shower room off the main bedroom which although is convenient, it was at times quite smelly. That aside the surroundings were beautiful. The dogs loved the field to run about in and the owners were very helpful and accommodating.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to write a review, feedback is very helpful. I'm so sorry that the property had the wrong information regarding bathrooms. It has been updated by Cornwalls Cottages now. Had I known you found the duvet too hot I could have directed you to a lower tog duvet in the draws of the bed. I'm afraid the back of Dingley is underground, so windows aren't an option! But we thought if it was the bedroom, then at least it's dark at night time rather than have a dark sitting room. So glad to hear your dogs enjoyed our field!
3.7

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 3
Condition 3
Location 3
Value For Money 3
Review Date: 2015-07-20
Guest from Brentwood stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in July
Stayed for a week in July, cottage is compact, the kitchen is a good size compared to the other rooms and has everything you need. The bedroom is small and has no windows, i did manage to get wedged down the side of the bed when i bent down to pick something up (i am not huge but could probably do with losing a few pounds though), also the duvet on the bed was quite a high tog so it was very hot at night. The bathroom is ensuite with a lovely large shower. Nice patio area with a BBQ although doesn't get a lot of sun. The cottage is cosy and very peaceful and looking a bit tired but still very nice, also a lovely cream tea was left for us on our arrival.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to write a review. Feedback is always useful. So Sorry about the duvet, had I known I could have directed you to a lower tog one in the draw under the bed. I'm afraid I never know with the old cottage , and half of it being underground, which is why there are no windows in the bedroom, if guests are going to feel chilly or not. I agree Dingley Cottage needs attention and is being decorated this January.
4.8

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 5
Condition 4
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2015-07-06
Guest from Plymouth stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in June
Great holiday lovely setting close to many locations dogs enjoyed the paddock free running very pleasant owners nothing to much trouble be Ry enjoyable
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to write a review. Feedback is always good to have.
3.5

out of 5
Cleanliness 3
Service and Staff 3
Comfort 3
Condition 3
Location 5
Value For Money 4
Review Date: 2015-06-29
Guest from Devon stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in June
Cottage was in a nice situation and private. We didn tlike the accommodation with a regard to the bedroom (no window) and the small toilet just off (no window again)...as a result it was a little bit smelly as not allowed to put bleach down bowl as it feeds a septic tank. This is understandable. The bed was comfortable and the facilities were good.. i.e. dishwasher and washer dryer and all usuful elecrtrical implements needed on holiday were provided. We felt the cottage was a little bit tired but the owners did allow dogs and thus again it was understandable but could have been just a wee bit cleaner with attention to detail. For instance the hot kitchen tap had a loose cap and there was food left over in jars from previous visitors which could have been there a long time... Overall it was at a price and a case of you get what you pay for. The Owners were very nice. Ideally situated for the Lizard and Lands End with nice coves and estuaries in between.
Reply from ArranI'm so sorry to hear you didn't like there being no outside windows in the double bedroom and bathroom. We do make a point of mentioning this in the details. I'm afraid the back of the cottage is underground and we felt as there could be no windows it would be best used for a bedroom and bathroom rather than the sitting room. I make sure to leave nutradol and loo cleaner in the bathroom after reading your review and we now also leave a dehumidifier which makes a difference too. The olive oil, vinegar etc, are fresh each time, just not full, we put them in just as something you might use and not have to bye while here, same as the tea, coffe and sugar. Sorry about the cap on the tap, these things happen and I'm afraid I couldn't get the plumber in on the Saturday to change the taps in time for your arrival and as they were working it was arranged for the following week. I agree the cottage is looking a bit tired and we have the decorators and builders in this January.
4

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 4
Service and Staff 4
Comfort 4
Condition 4
Location 4
Value For Money 4
Review Date: 2015-06-24
Guest from Reading stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in June
We chose this cottage because we wanted somewhere to take our 2 dogs. The cottage itself was comfortable but we found it a little too compact for us, especially the main bedroom, off the living room, which had no windows so felt a bit claustrophobic. The second bedroom upstairs was much more open but only had a single bed and the one and only small shower room, despite the advert saying there were 2+ bathrooms, was off the main bedroom downstairs. Having said that everything was was very clean and comfortable and the dogs were allowed to run free in a nearby field which they loved. The pub in the village was lovely and everyone was very friendly. We found lots of places to visit from here, even having the dogs in tow, a lot of places allowed dogs, so that was a bonus.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to write a review, all the feedback is very useful to us. I'm very glad to hear the dogs enjoyed the field and you enjoyed our local pub and found the cottage clean & comfortable. Very sorry to hear you found the double room claustrophobic with no windows to outside, I'm afraid the back of the cottage is underground and we felt it best to have a dark bedroom rather than sitting room. No natural light is mentioned in the information regarding the bedroom. We didn't think there was enough room to put a double bed in the upstairs bedrooom, but may well look into this again after reading your comments Cornwalls Cottages have corrected the information about 2 bathrooms, very sorry that was incorrect at your time of booking.
4.3

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 4
Service and Staff 4
Comfort 4
Condition 4
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2015-06-01
Guest from Tetbury stayed at Dingley Cottage for 7 nights in May
We had a very nice stay here, great to be able to use the door straight into the secure garden. The dogs were happy and we were very relaxed. I would recommend the cottages they are in a great location.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to write a review. All feedback is most helpful & welcome.
5

out of 5

Recommended
Cleanliness 5
Service and Staff 5
Comfort 5
Condition 5
Location 5
Value For Money 5
Review Date: 2015-03-12
Guest from Crouch End stayed at Dingley Cottage for 3 nights in March
Had a wonderful few days at Dingley cottage. We chose it for location and the fact it was dog friendly. It was perfect for the dog with the field for him to run around. The cottage was very clean and comfortable and we were very relaxed there. Would definitely like to stay there again and will recommend to friends and family.
Reply from ArranThank you very much for taking the time to write a review for Dingley Cottage. Lovely to hear you found it clean & comfortable. Hope to welcome you back again one day,
Powered by Up Front Reviews

Customer testimonials


You might be interested in these nearby properties
image

Ruby Farm Cottage

Sleeps up to 5
Location: Porkellis near Falmouth
Ruby Farm Cottage is a traditional granite Cornish cottage nestled behind the main farmhouse up a picturesque little gravel drive. If you are after a peaceful rural retreat that is relatively close to Falmouth, the Helford and the Lizard then go no further, with plenty of fields to exercise your dogs and a purpose built playground to exercise your children Ruby Farm Cottage will provide your ideal Cornish holiday.

Priced for 2018Dog FriendlyWiFiNo. of pets allowedParking availableCot availableHighchair availableFriday change overPub within walking distanceGarden
Property code: 100421


More info Book now
image

Kernyk Cottage

Sleeps up to 4
Location: Porkellis near Falmouth
Kernyk Cottage is a traditional granite Cornish cottage nestled behind the main farmhouse up a picturesque little gravel drive. If you are after a peaceful rural retreat that is relatively close to Falmouth, the Helford and the Lizard then go no further, with plenty of fields to exercise your dogs and a purpose built playground to exercise your children Kernyk Cottage will provide your ideal Cornish holiday.

Priced for 2018Dog FriendlyWiFiNo. of pets allowedParking availableFriday change overPub within walking distanceGarden
Property code: 100499


More info Book now
image

Nine Maidens

Sleeps up to 2
Location: Wendron, near Helston
Nine Maidens is a spacious one bedroom barn conversion set on a working 25 acre small holding sheep farm. This superb holiday home is fantastically situated at the gateway to the Lizard peninsula with easy access to both coasts and numerous holiday attractions.

WiFiOpen fire / woodburnerParking availableSaturday change over
Property code: 80977


More info Book now
image

Foxglove

Sleeps up to 2
Location: Wendron, near Helston
Foxglove is a romantic studio style barn conversion set on a working 25 acre small holding sheep farm. This lovely conversion is fantastically situated at the gateway to the Lizard peninsula with easy access to both coasts and numerous holiday attractions.

WiFiOpen fire / woodburnerParking availableFriday change over
Property code: 108491


More info Book now
image

Orchard View at Higher Carthew

Sleeps up to 2
Location: Wendron, near Helston
Orchard View is a spacious one bedroom barn conversion set on a working 25 acre small holding sheep farm. This superb holiday home is ideally situated at the gateway to the Lizard peninsula with easy access to both coasts and numerous holiday attractions.

WiFiOpen fire / woodburnerParking availableSaturday change over
Property code: 414728


More info Book now
image

Gribbas Cottage

Sleeps up to 2
Location: Stithians
A delightful one bedroom cottage in the little village of Stithians. With thick granite stone walls and heavily beamed ceilings, this is a really proper little Cornish cottage. Ideally placed for exploring the Lizard, yet close to Falmouth and the north Helford area and within easy reach of the north coast. Great cycling can be had nearby on the Bissoe Trail, the old mining tramway that runs from south to north coasts.

Priced for 2018Dog FriendlyNo. of pets allowedParking availableCot availableHighchair availableShops within walking distanceFriday change overPub within walking distanceGarden
Property code: 34611


More info Book now
image

Nelly's Cottage

Sleeps up to 6
Location: Constantine, Helford River
An amazing house with a grand galleried living space. Only constructed 5 years ago, this stunning timber framed holiday home is located just a short distance from Falmouth and the beautiful Helford River. The house benefits from a covered veranda and is surrounded by about 2 acres of paddock.

Dog FriendlyWiFiNo. of pets allowedOpen fire / woodburnerParking availableHighchair availableGardenSaturday change over
Property code: 80772


More info Book now
image

Tremayne Barn

Sleeps up to 6
Location: Ponsanooth near Falmouth
A beautifully converted barn on a courtyard of buildings in the grounds of Cosawes Barton in rolling countryside about 15 minutes' drive north of Falmouth.
Awarded Silver in the 2016/17 Cornwall Tourism Awards

Priced for 2018Dog FriendlyWiFiNo. of pets allowedOpen fire / woodburnerParking availableCot availableHighchair availableShops within walking distanceFriday change overPub within walking distanceGarden
Property code: 61773


More info Book now
image

Carvosso Mill

Sleeps up to 6
Location: Ponsanooth near Falmouth
A beautifully converted mill on a courtyard of buildings in the grounds of Cosawes Barton in rolling countryside about 15 minutes drive north of Falmouth. Awarded Silver in the 2016/17 Cornwall Tourism Awards.

Priced for 2018Dog FriendlyWiFiNo. of pets allowedOpen fire / woodburnerParking availableCot availableHighchair availableWheelchair AccessShops within walking distanceFriday change overPub within walking distanceGarden
Property code: 61827


More info Book now
image

The Linhay at Cosawes

Sleeps up to 6
Location: Ponsanooth near Falmouth
A beautifully converted barn on a courtyard of buildings in the grounds of Cosawes Barton in rolling countryside about 15 minutes drive north of Falmouth.
Awarded Silver in the 2016/17 Cornwall Tourism Awards

Priced for 2018Dog FriendlyWiFiNo. of pets allowedOpen fire / woodburnerParking availableCot availableHighchair availableShops within walking distanceFriday change overPub within walking distanceGarden
Property code: 81499


More info Book now