This former artist's studio is in the northern part of the village of Polperro.
This is a compact property which has been cleverly arranged to maximise its living space.
There is no vehicle access to The Studio but there is a free parking space available in the village, a five minute walk away.
The views are captivating and the open plan living area has been decorated with romantic charm using interesting artwork and is light and airy.
It is an ideal romantic getaway for two.
The accommodation is all on one level and the entrance leads you into a hall with a shower room off, then entry into the open plan living area, kitchenette and bedroom.
The kitchen area has vinyl flooring but the living area is carpeted.
The large windows have captivating views over the harbour and stunning seascape of Polperro cove.
Outside is a private and enclosed garden with a mixture of paved and gravel surfaces with lawn, including an apple orchard, ensuring that you can enjoy the same breath-taking views whilst enjoying your breakfast.
Stroll down the coastal footpath at the front of the property, past the harbour and directly into the village centre with its selection of inns and restaurants in less than 5 minutes.
Polperro is a much sought after visitor location in Cornwall with its old fishing village within a cliff ravine, narrow and windy streets and quaint fisherman’s cottages.
Low tide unveils a small beach at Polperro and there are beaches within easy reach by car at Lansallos to the west and Talland Bay to the east.
The Studio is a perfect location for a quiet and cosy romantic getaway with stunning views and quick access to Polperro.
About the location
Looe 4 miles.
Polperro and nearby Looe on the south coast of Cornwall’s coastline is a renowned tourist area giving visitors a unique holiday area to explore. Polperro is a historic fishing village nestling at the head of a long valley leading down to the sea. The sheltered fishing harbour with its surrounding jumble of quaint, whitewashed cottages, draws visitors from around the world. Walk the narrow streets, watch the fishermen land their catch, check the Smugglers Museum, take a leisurely lunch overlooking the harbour and then walk the clifftops for a taste of the spectacular coastal scenery. This is a magical area with much to see and do. The working fishing port of Looe is just 4 miles away and the delights of Cornwall's far west are easily accessible via the nearby Boddinnick ferry to Fowey and beyond with the local area well served with bus and ferry services. The perfect holiday location, a jewel in the Cornish coastline now denoted by Cornwall County Council as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, of historic interest and heritage importance, as well as a conservation area.
Note: Maximum occupancy two adults. Note: No washing machine