This detached property, with beautiful sea views, rests above the cove of Gorran Haven, offering guests a warm and welcoming stay on the south coast of Cornwall.
Beautifully designed with a light and airy feel throughout, this accommodation is perfect for families or friends planning a group holiday with their loved ones.
As you arrive, make yourself at home in the lounge/diner where you can all relax on the sofas and unwind in comfort.
Enjoy a home-cooked meal after the sun goes down and cosy up in front of the TV for some quality time together.
The contemporary kitchen boasts white units and you have all of the space that you need to go about your day-to-day endeavours.
Conveniently, this floor also hosts a twin bedroom and another room with adult bunks, finished to a lovely standard for a peaceful night's rest.
The family shower room is fresh and clean and the neutral colour scheme flows from one room to the next.
Take the stairs up to the king-size bedroom, well-presented with an en-suite, adjacent to a pleasant twin room which completes the formation.
Located in a wonderful setting, this retreat benefits from countryside and sea views which can be admired from all windows.
For some 'me time' spend an hour or two relaxing on the patio area which can be accessed via the living area.
Within walking distance are a number of isolated beaches and you may wish to walk the coastal path to the harbour village of Mevagissey.
Near Gorran Haven, in a beautiful area of woodland, is Caerhays Castle, and other attractions include the wonderful Lost Gardens of Heligan, Eden Project, Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum and the cathedral town of Truro.
All you need for a memorable getaway.
Four bedrooms: 1 x first floor king-size with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x first floor twin, 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x ground floor adult bunks. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Open plan sitting and dining area with woodburning stove.
About the location
Mevagissey 3 miles.
Once a crab fishing village, Gorran Haven on the south coast of Cornwall is ideally placed to explore the many beaches and coves in the area. Gorran Haven has a small sandy beach set behind a traditional sea wall, connecting with the longer Great Perhaver beach at low tide and is popular with families. Much of the coastline in this area is owned by the National Trust and is readily accessible from the South West Coast Path that passes through Gorran Haven. Within walking distance are a number of more isolated beaches and the 370 feet high Dodman Point, rising above Gorran, which is thought to be one of Cornwall’s most dramatic headlands, and the cause of many a shipwreck. From its gorse-covered heights there are views across Veryan Bay to the west and Vault Beach to the east. Alternatively, you may wish to walk the coastal path to the harbour village of Mevagissey. Near Gorran Haven, in a beautiful setting of woodland, stream and pasture, is Caerhays Castle, an informal 60-acre garden on the coast near Porthluney Cove. Nearby attractions are the wonderful Lost Gardens of Heligan, Eden Project, Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum and the cathedral town of Truro, with an excellent range of quality shopping and dining.