The perfect retreat for those seeking tranquillity, Chy Kembro is a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday modern life.
An immaculately presented dormer bungalow in the heart of Porthallow village, this property makes the most of its location with a first floor lounge affording views down to the cove – a great place to sit and watch the winter storms by the warmth of the cosy stove.
See how many boats you can spot out to sea from the window-seat telescope.
Also on the first floor is a luxurious super king master bedroom with plenty of storage and a rocking chair with a view.
Downstairs, a large and well-equipped designer kitchen/diner leads through to a second sitting area and a lovely bright conservatory, which offers a fantastic spot for sunshine breakfasts and leads directly out into the garden.
There are a further two bedrooms on the ground floor.
Outside, there are enclosed lawned gardens to the front and rear of the property; the latter colourfully decorated with a seaside-themed mural and various different plant pots, as well as a picnic bench with parasol.
The pebble beach in Porthallow cove is a two-minute walk from Chy Kembro – a popular spot for kayaking and fishing.
Set just back from the beach, the dog-friendly Five Pilchards Inn is a friendly, traditional pub with a home-cooked menu.
The South Helford and Lizard Peninsula is a beautiful region, with an abundance of coastal walks, hidden coves and tiny waterside villages.
A holiday here is a true escape, perfect for ramblers and their four-legged best friends.
Three bedrooms: 2 x super king-size double(zip and link to twin on request – one on the ground floor and one on the first floor), 1 x twin. Bathroom with large walk in shower, basin and WC, first floor WC and basin. Kitchen diner. First floor sitting room with woodburning stove. Conservatory.
About the location
St Keverne 2m. Porthoustock 1.5m. Coverack 5m
is a small fishing village on the east coast of The Lizard peninsula to the south of the Helford River, in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Along the coast, to the north, is Gillan Creek and the Helford River, and to the south is the village of Porthoustock, and offshore The Manacles, a great hazard to shipping and a popular diving site for shipwrecks. The South West Coast Path passes through Porthallow which lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, especially renowned for it's geology and plants. One road runs through the village, and there is a post office and public house, the Five Pilchards, named for the pilchard fishery. The beach is privately owned with access open to all.