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- Cot available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Broadband / WiFi
A charming grade II listed fisherman's cottage situated in the heart of Newlyn, just paces from the sea and medieval harbour which is home to one of the UK's largest fishing fleets Port Cottage is nestled along a charismatic almost traffic-free narrow lane amidst white washed and stone faced granite cottages.
Comfortably furnished, it showcases many character features including a Rayburn in the kitchen, beamed ceilings and exposed granite walls.
The cosy sitting room with flame stove makes a divine space to return to after invigorating coastal walks along scenic shores and there are two attractive bedrooms and a shower room (accessed via the double bedroom) on the first floor.
For those guests not wishing to bring a car the mainline train station in Penzance just 1.5 miles away.
Over two floors. Two bedrooms; 1 x double with en suite shower room with shower, basin and WC. 1 x 4’ double. Open plan living room, sitting area with gas flame stove leading to kitchen with dining area.
- Electric heating, gas flame stove
- Rayburn – the main cooking appliance, microwave, fridge, washing machine, slimline dishwasher, TV, DVD, WiFi.
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Two well-behaved pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Pub within a 2 minute walk
- Sea within a 5 minutes walk.
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About the location
St Ives 8 miles.
One of Cornwall’s most popular holiday areas. The spectacular sweep of Mount’s Bay, from the cliffside fishing village of Mousehole through Penzance and around to beautiful Marazion, hides a wealth of sandy beaches, rocky coves, winding village streets and other places to visit and explore. Connected by causeway to the shore at Marazion is the National Trust’s stunningly beautiful St Michael’s Mount with its hilltop castle and Mediterranean gardens. Walk across at low water and take one of the ferry boats back when the tide is up. Penzance with its winding streets, shops, clubs, restaurants and harbour is a must as is the jumping-off point for day trips to the Scilly Isles. The South West Coast Path passing through Penzance winds its way along the clifftops towards Land’s End. On the way, stop off for a coffee and a rest at beautiful Lamorna Cove, explore the open air Minack Theatre and marvel at the cliffs as you approach Gwennap Head. A stunning walk for those seeking solitude, exercise and some of the UK’s best coastal scenery. Penzance is the perfect holiday base. Ideally placed for exploring this land of Celtic myth and legend and with enough to do and see in the immediate area to keep all the family occupied.
Note: Main cooking appliance Rayburn, no icebox