This lovely traditional end-terrace cottage is set in a spectacular coastal location on the famous South West Coastal Path, only a short walk from the beach and small picturesque fishing village of Coverack on the stunning Lizard Peninsula.
Boasting stunning far-reaching, uninterrupted sea views from all the rooms, this delightful holiday home has an unique layout and is ideal for families and groups of friends.
As you walk into the hallway and then into the two double bedrooms on the ground floor, your eyes are immediately drawn to the amazing views.
Why not enjoy breakfast in bed, whist watching the sea come and go?
Pass the family bathroom and make your way up the stairs to the sitting room, where you will find comfy sofas and a woodburning stove, ideal for cool winter evenings after a long walk.
The well-equipped kitchen with dining area again feature views that you will never forget, what a place to cook and then enjoy a home-cooked meal.
Up on the second floor is where the twin bedroom is situated with beams and skylights, coastal views and an en-suite shower room.
Apart from the beach, Coverack is ideal for watersports, such as snorkelling, scuba diving and windsurfing.
On the harbour you will find cafes, shops and a well-known pub that serves excellent food.
The whole of the Lizard Peninsula is waiting to be explored with its countless coves and sandy beaches, making 4 Coastguard Cottages the perfect place for a family seaside or walking holiday at any time of the year.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 2 x ground floor double, 1 x second floor twin with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. First floor kitchen with dining area. First floor sitting room with woodburning stove.
About the location
St Keverne 2 miles; Helston 12 miles; Falmouth 18 miles.
Coverack is a small fishing village on the Lizard Peninsula, a few miles from Lizard Point in Cornwall, the most southerly point on mainland Britain. Coverack is a beautiful and peaceful place to escape the main tourist routes and offers a beach in the sheltered bay, which is ideal for swimming, windsurfing and kayaking, as well as shops, a Post Office, pub and restaurants. The Lizard Peninsula is a large area of spectacular coves and beaches and is noted for its rare geology and plants. From Lizard Point there are wonderful sea views from the windswept cliffs, which provide fabulous walking opportunities along this stretch of the South West Coast Path. Inland is the market town of Helston, known for its Flora Day Festival, and in Gweek is The Cornish Seal Sanctuary. Flambards theme park is just 20 minutes' drive away and just over ten miles away is the Culdrose Airfield, where once a year the public are welcome to come and meet the Fleet Air Arm, the Royal Navy’s flying force. Coverack is ideally located for exploring The Lizard Peninsula, as well as the lovely seaside towns of St Ives and Falmouth and many other beaches and pretty villages.