“The location together with the ...”The location together with the extremely high standard within the apartment couldn't be bettered. Highly Recommended.
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Broadband / WiFi
Located in an iconic setting, right on the historic Harbour Bridge and adjacent to the slipway in the unspoilt fishing village of Polperro, is this cosy and beautifully furnished apartment which has retained its original charm with views that are hard to match anywhere.
After parking in your private space, wander through the traffic-free streets to the famous Roman bridge in what is possibly Cornwall's prettiest village.
Ascending the steps to the first floor apartment you will enter into a comfortable and airy open plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting areas, with a Smart TV, all looking out directly over the beautiful harbour and local shops.
There is one double bedroom also with a Smart TV, adequate storage areas and an en-suite shower room.
From the property you have a choice of excellent restaurants and cafes, famous for fresh seafood caught by the local fishermen both adjacent to the apartment and in the shopping centre just a two minute walk away.
The small harbour, once a thriving centre for smuggling is now full of colourful boats, whilst the smuggling interest resides in a museum alongside the harbour.
Of the four inns at the end of the quay is the famous old Blue Peter Inn, one of the finest in the county and with everything you would want from a classic pub; superb food, a range of local ales and roaring fires in the winter.
On the other side of Harbour Bridge is The House on Props, which is a renowned property and quality restaurant.
Dotted around the village are several galleries selling works by local artists as well as an abundance of unusual independent shops.
Walkers are spoilt for choice with the coastal path either side of the harbour offering spectacular views and access to beautiful and often quiet beaches.
Talland Bay, a magical cove with two small beaches with great rock pools to explore, has a beach cafe with Cornish cream teas you’ll never forget.
Also the historical fishing town of Looe which is a hive of activity with many pubs, restaurants and shops is just a short drive away.
With the coastline here being part of the 80 mile long south Cornwall Heritage Coast, there will never be enough time to see all the lovely villages and coves that are dotted around the area.
Harbour Bridge really does offer the perfect location for a romantic break or holiday at any time of year.
All first floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
- Electric panel heaters
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, Smart TVs with Freeview in sitting room and bedroom, WiFi, selection of books and games
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Reserved off road parking for one car in private car park serving the village situated seven mins walk away accessed via a steep lane
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shops next to property, pubs less than a 1 min walk away
- Note: There is limited headroom in certain areas of the apartment
- Note: It's possible to load/unload outside the property only with turning space alongside the slipway, however the roads are very narrow, care to be taken
- Note: No children under 12 years of age.
About the location
Looe 4 miles.
Polperro and nearby Looe on the south coast of Cornwall’s coastline is a renowned tourist area giving visitors a unique holiday area to explore. Polperro is a historic fishing village nestling at the head of a long valley leading down to the sea. The sheltered fishing harbour with its surrounding jumble of quaint, whitewashed cottages, draws visitors from around the world. Walk the narrow streets, watch the fishermen land their catch, check the Smugglers Museum, take a leisurely lunch overlooking the harbour and then walk the clifftops for a taste of the spectacular coastal scenery. This is a magical area with much to see and do. The working fishing port of Looe is just 4 miles away and the delights of Cornwall's far west are easily accessible via the nearby Boddinnick ferry to Fowey and beyond with the local area well served with bus and ferry services. The perfect holiday location, a jewel in the Cornish coastline now denoted by Cornwall County Council as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, of historic interest and heritage importance, as well as a conservation area.
Note: No children under 12 years of age.