In an ideal location for touring the stunning north coast of Cornwall, this beautifully and imaginatively furnished old terraced cottage is set in the historic village of Delabole two miles from the coast near Tintagel, Boscastle and Port Isaac.
As you enter the cottage, after passing through the porch you are taken into the snug, a delightfully relaxing room with a woodburner for those cooler evenings enhancing the cosy feel.
From here it's up three steps into the magnificent open plan living room with a well-equipped kitchen, breakfast bar and another most comfortable sitting area with an additional woodburner.
From this lovely room you go through French doors and five steps up to the impressive decked area with the most relaxing outdoor settees, the perfect spot to appreciate the views across the open fields and the fantastic sunsets the area regularly experiences.
There are two bedrooms here, a double and a single and a stunning bathroom which completes the accommodation.
Anyone interested in fishing will be delighted that directly opposite the cottage is the Ferndale Fishery offering three half acre lakes in a sheltered valley where night fishing is also available.
Just a short stroll from the cottage will take you to the famous Bettle and Chisel pub where a warm welcome is assured and a choice of local ales and a comprehensive menu is always available.
Top quality fish and chips are also available from Smugglers fish and chip shop in the village, an ideal takeaway to enjoy on the decking after a day on the beach.
With many walks right from the door and being in such an ideal touring location a stay at Snugglers' Cottage will provide you with quality, homely accommodation whatever time of year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Shower room with power shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner. Snug with woodburner.
About the location
Tintagel 3.5 miles; Camelford 5 miles; Port Isaac 6 miles.
At one time the producer of the world’s best quality building and ornamental slate, this now sleepy village is just 2.5 miles from the high cliffs and dramatic scenery of the north Cornish coastline. Perfectly placed for walking the South West coastal path, exploring the high places of nearby Bodmin Moor, or for lazing on the beach at nearby Trebarwith Strand, it’s a well-placed holiday base. The peaceful harbour village of Port Isaac and the town of Tintagel, with its tourist attractions and King Arthur’s legendary castle, are both a short drive, while the stunning surfing beach at Polzeath is a mere nine miles away. Slaughtersbridge, where King Arthur reputedly fought his last battle, is five minutes away and a drive north along the coast takes in the beautiful cove at Crackington Haven. An area away from the main tourist crowds, but very central to a vast array of places and activities. Delabole Quarry itself is just down the road and is an interesting tourist attraction with stunning views. It is the gateway to great countryside walks.