About the Sunday House in Golant

The Sunday House comprises of a total of four bedrooms and comfortably sleeps nine guests. The greatest care has been taken to remain intrinsically faithful to the spirit of the original building and its usage, while creating a thoroughly comfortable, modern living space, with a high degree of luxury.

Living Room Period Living and Traditional Homes Magazine

An uncompromising pursuit of excellence encompasses every aspect of the Grade II listed Sunday House; from the sourcing of period hardware and reproduction balustrades, to the installation of an industrial specification hot water and heating system, to the hand chosen high thread-count imported linens.

Combining an imaginative fusion of original period features, contemporary custom design and exceptionally clever use of space, coupled with high specifications and exquisite attention to luxurious detail. The Sunday House offers guests holiday accommodation of the highest quality and style.

The Sunday House's elevated position affords enchanting views of the river Fowey from the upper levels and the secluded south-facing patio area. A small stream flows a steep course down the bank to the side of the property and supplies the calming and gentle sound of running water.

The Sunday House is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, ideally located on the west bank of the Fowey Estuary, an area of natural beauty and one of England's loveliest estuaries. Truly an individual dwelling, spacious, detached, coupled with high specification to detail and attention, the Sunday House provides the perfect location to enjoy the idyllic views of the river, countryside and boats that drift by.

What our guests have said:

Very special!

The Sunday House is unique, unlike any other place. We slept like logs, the beds are so comfortable! Everything in the house was well thought through and done in explicable taste. It's very quiet, a great place to relax with friends and family. We can recommend it highly and we hope to return soon.

Evelyne Boren
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