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A Holiday Home In Cornwall Makes A House A Home - Articles Surfing
You cannot wait to check into your room. Someone in town recommended the place, so you figured it was worth checking out by checking in. The first thing you notice is that the clerk at the front desk has a striking resemblance to Mr. Bean. That seems to be no problem until it is obvious that the tavern has lost the key to your room--room number 13. After several minutes, they are able to borrow a set of spare keys from the chambermaid. When you eventually step into your room, it is like stepping into a closet that has bee unopened for years. You turn on the ceiling fan switch, but the fan just creaks a little, and then refuses to budge. As you walk through the room, you hear rodents running behind the walls. You notice that termites have started to nibble away at all of the room's woodwork. You ask the bellhop if the room includes a telephone and TV. He replies that the phone is broken and the TV only shows one channel. At that moment, you realize that you should have checked into a holiday home in Cornwall.
Home for the Holidays
Cornwall is a region in the far southwest area of England. It is situated on a peninsula and adjacent to the English Channel and the Atlantic Ocean. Ancient Greek traders knew of the area's copper and tin mines. Today, if you visit Cornwall, England, you will have many lodging options. There are hostels, hotels, and even castles to stay in! Each of these structures has its pros, cons, and flavor. You also might want to consider a holiday home in Cornwell. A holiday home is simply a relatively huge house that is used as lodging for vacationers. It could be closely compared to a cottage, though a cottage tends to be smaller. So unless you live in a hotel, a holiday home in Cornwell is as close to a "home away from home," as you can get!
What Makes a House a Home
People often refer to the features that make a house a home. But what makes a holiday home in Cornwall a house? They often have many of the amenities that you can find in your own home, such as refrigerators, large beds, televisions, and luxurious carpets. But there is more! A holiday home in Cornwall can also have conveniences that are typically only found in upper-class homes. These items include a Jacuzzi and outdoor swimming pool. In addition, the rooms in a holiday home in Cornwall are spic and span and include d'cor that makes you feel right at home.
Not for Sale
While a holiday home in Cornwall resembles a house itself, several other structures can be visited as well.
* Trerice is a tiny Elizabethan manor house that includes oak and walnut furniture, unique clocks, Stuart portraits, and plaster ceilings.
* Pencarrow is a historic house that is still family lived-in and owned.
* Cotehele's private chambers with original armor and furniture are inside the home's slatestone and granite walls.
* Lanhydrock is an interesting late 1800s home in England, which resembles a high Victorian country house.
Cornwall contains a variety of structures that will make your trip to England one to remember. Staying in a holiday home in Cornwall will make you feel like a king!
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