A very well-presented property with the added benefit of parking, set in the heart of Boscastle, a village world famous for its history and stunning coast line.
This ground floor apartment is a hidden gem, with the added bonus of parking near to the property.
On entering the property you walk through a hallway with two bedrooms off to the side.
A twin bedroom with a radiator and hanging space and a roomy and airy double bedroom is available.
Within the living area, are the sitting and the dining areas and a well-equipped kitchen.
There is a bathroom with full size bath and over head shower.
There is so much to see and do right on the doorstep, plus several interesting shops, excellent restaurants, pubs and takeaways a short walk away.
This really is the perfect location for a holiday.
Add the fact that you are right on the stunning North Cornwall coastline, with an array of beaches within easy reach, and you have the makings of a holiday that you will not want to end.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Tintagel 4 miles; Camelford 6 miles.
A perfect Cornish coastal village, the road through Boscastle runs down to the small harbour at the bottom of the hill. The quaint village shops, local restaurants and pubs offering good food, Cornish real ales and live entertainment by local musicians, make this an ever popular visitor destination. Spectacular cliff tops, rocky coves, wild surf, open fields and rich wildlife characterise this beautiful area. The coastal footpath passes through some of Britain’s most rugged and spectacular coastal scenery. The sandy beaches of Bossiney, Trebarwith Strand and Crackington Haven are all within 5 miles and the surfing beaches at Bude and Polzeath are within easy driving distance. Close at hand lie the delights of Tintagel, swathed in the legends of King Arthur, several stately homes and renowned gardens, or the wide open space of Bodmin Moor, famous for its granite tors and Daphne Du Maurier’s Jamaica Inn.