“I loved the Cottage, it ...”I loved the Cottage, it accommodated us perfectly. It was situated in a lovely quiet village. I enjoyed the sea views, beautiful woodland and Coastal walks. It was picturesque and the villagers were incredibly friendly.
- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
St Keverne 2 miles.
This lovely 250 year old detached Cornish cob cottage is full of character and set just above the famous diving beach of Porthoustock in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, two miles from the charming village of St Keverne.
Situated on the sheltered eastern side of the peninsula the cottage is in an ideal location for a wonderful beach holiday and for touring the spectacular Lizard Peninsula.
Driving to the cottage will take you down through St Keverne where time has stood still, then passing Porthoustock Beach and the front of the cottage, before entering the private parking area at the end of the garden.
There is ample room for storing boats and dinghies here as well.
Walk through the garden admiring the stunning views of the beach and sea before entering through the side door which is where the three bedrooms and bathroom are located.
Down the stairs will take you into the really cosy sitting room with an open fire for the cooler evenings out of season which then leads through to the well-equipped kitchen and dining area.
At the front of the cottage and perfect for relaxing with a morning cuppa is a patio whilst at the side of the cottage is a delightful raised lawn area where the amazing views can be fully appreciated.
A short stroll will take you to the beach past the children’s play area and past the collection of fishing boats that are rewarded with a plentiful supply from the clear waters.
An ideal beach for boats, kayaking and superb fishing, it is even more famous for diving where enthusiasts travel from far and wide to explore the many shipwrecks off the beach.
A superb location for walking with the world famous South West Coast Path just yards away.
Alternatively a gentler easy walk to be thoroughly enjoyed by all the family is the delightful woodland valley walk following the river to St Keverne just over a mile away.
With dogs welcome on the beach all year round this is the perfect cottage for a most relaxing holiday whatever time of year.
Three bedrooms with basin: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with open fire.
- Electric oil filled radiators with open fire
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 3 cars and boats
- Front and side lawned garden with patio, furniture, chiminea and BBQ
- Two well-behaved pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 15 mins via woodland valley walk or 2 miles by car
- Note: There is a working quarry nearby, very occasional associated noise may be heard
- Note: There are some steps up to the front and the rear of the property, therefore not suitable for the less mobile.
About the location
Helston 12 miles.
On the eastern side of The Lizard Peninsula, the pretty village of St Keverne, lying just 1.25 miles inland, is the focal point for this area, with its village pubs and shops surrounding the village square, and an impressive church spire, at one time used to guide the Cornish fishermen home. From St Keverne, you can easily explore the natural and spectacular beauty of the Lizard Peninsula by car, bicycle or on foot. You will find walled fishing harbours, tiny secret coves, sandy bays and dramatic clifftop walks along the South West Coastal path. Just north is the Helford River, a yachtsman's dream and home to Frenchman's Creek, and picturesque Helford village. A short walk takes you to Roskilly’s Farm, where you can tuck in to ice cream to die for, sold nationally. Further afield, visit Falmouth, with one of the largest natural harbours, Pendennis Castle built by Henry VIII, and of course you cannot miss out on a trip to The National Maritime Museum.