Boasting an elevated position, with expansive sea views and a beautiful modern finish throughout the interior and nestled in the quiet fishing village of Cornwall's Cadgwith, is Spinnaker.
It is an ideal place to relax and unwind with your family and friends on return from a stunning coastal walk along the National Trust's Lizard Point.
Choose to put your feet up in the lounge and warm up by the woodburning stove with a hot cup of tea in hand, tune into the TV and spend some quality time with your loved ones.
Move across to the dining table for a mouth-watering, home-cooked meal prepared in the well-equipped kitchen, where you can plan day's out and catch up over past times with a bottle of wine to wash it down.
The kitchen also comes with a handy breakfast bar at which you can enjoy your morning coffee, or head over to the two-seater sofa set in the window and take in the picture-postcard views of the sea over a cluster of Cornish cottages and jutting cliffside.
The ground floor is compete with a bright and airy twin room featuring its ow en-suite shower room finished to a quality standard.
Upstairs, you can enjoy the benefits of vast sea views from the king-size double bedroom and the second twin room is perfect for those travelling with kids.
After a venturesome day trip exploring the local area and South West Coast Path, indulge with a relaxing soak in the bath tub in the modern family bathroom or climb into the shower cubicle.
Outside, you can make the most of a glorious summer's day by sitting out on the large patio and drinking in the views as the aroma from the barbecue drifts across the lawn.
There is even storage for your bikes, kayaks and fishing tackle in the garage at this thoughtful abode on South Cornwall's coast.
The Lizard Peninsula boasts dramatic cliffs shaped by the Atlantic, with beautiful white beaches to bask on and glistening waters and plenty to see and do.
Britain's most southerly point offers abundant walking trails for all tastes and capabilities, as well as a fascinating to uncover and opportunities to fish and scenic cycle routes.
The village of Cadgwith has a few shops and places to try the local seafood as well as a calendar of lively events on throughout the year.
Travel to Helston on the first Saturday of the month for the farmer's market or simply go to admire its host of Georgian and Victorian architecture.
You won't be disappointed with a holiday here at this fine coastal retreat.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin, 1 x ground floor twin with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area, breakfast bar and sitting area with woodburning stove. Utility.
About the location
Helston 11 miles ; Lizard 3 miles ; Coverack 8 miles.
A traditional fishing village on the tip of the Lizard Peninsula, Cadgwith is unspoilt and timeless. Quintessentially Cornish, its narrow streets are lined with former pilchard cellars, higgledy piggledy whitewashed cottages and charming smugglers’ inns. Time here is spent walking the coastal footpath, building sandcastles on the beach and fishing the waters for mackerel. The village is home to a small number of shops including a gift shop, craft shop and a fishmonger’s where you buy delicious crab sandwiches. It also has a lively events calendar, with weekly sea-shanty nights, summer barbecues, a regatta and a fortnightly fishing competition. The market town of Helston is around 20 minutes away by car; here you will find an excellent farmers’ market on the first Saturday of the month – a great place to pick up some local produce for your stay.
Logs for fire only included for the months of October to the end of March.
Dogs are not to be left alone in the property unless crated.