House / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Ask owner if suitable for children
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

Built in 2009 this is a contemporary ECO property boasting uninterrupted panoramic sea views from its elevated position, yet is only a short walk from the beach! With your own balcony you can enjoy al fresco dining and watch the fishing boats and dolphins. Shore View is located in a quiet fcoastal village and is well positioned for exploring Cornwall. An ideal base for access to beaches and attractions. The property is furnished to a high standard and has 3 wet rooms and eco friendly heat and rainwater recovery systems. It really is home from home!

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Check in time: 16:00
Check out time: 10:00
Nearest beach Downderry 500 m
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 500 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Exeter 100 km
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture King Beds (1), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Shore View

The kitchen / dining room is located at the road/entrance level . The solid oak kitchen is 'home from home' with excellent quality cooking equipment, double oven, "american-style" icemaking fridge and dishwasher. The dining room boasts majestic views of the sea with a juliette balcony and is a favourite place to sit watching the local fishermen and the dolphins playing.

The Lounge is located down one level on the second floor and has seating for up to 6 people. The property has superfast BT inifinity broadband. There is a 40" HD Smart TV, DVD player and also a WII gaming system for entertainment. There are also a variety of toys/games and books for you to enjoy. This room leads to the good sized balcony which has patio furniture, and once again breathtaking views of the sea.

Master Suite—situated on the 1st floor this suite has a superking sized bed and window seating to enjoy the panoramic sea views. The dressing room has oak furniture, there is a full wet room including bath and shower, tiled in travertine as is the sink. The dressing room can be used for the travel cot if required.

Bedroom two is also located on the 1st floor and has twin beds, and once again window seating to enjoy the panoramic sea views. Also located opposite this room is a full wet room including a bath, travertine tiles and sink.

Bedroom Three is located opposite the lounge on the second floor, it has twin beds and a desk with TV/monitor. This room also has a wetroom adjacent to it.

There is a cloakroom on the upper floor.

The property has tiled flooring on the kitchen/dining level and solid oak flooring throughout the lounge and bedrooms.

Further details outdoors

The house is positioned in a quiet no through road and there is ample private parking space.

This property does not have access to the garden, the outside space is provided by the balcony. The beach is just a short walk, we have a box of spare wellies and crabbing lines for those who fancy rock pooling or splashing!

Further details

Children must be supervised at all times on the Balcony.

No smoking inside the house or on the property.

Changeover day is Saturday. Arrival time is 16.00 and departure by 10:00.

Duvets and pillows are provided, and we are happy to provide linen and towels free of charge. Please bring your own beach towels.

The Cornwall region

The spirit of Cornwall remains undimmed and gives great and lasting pleasure and invaluable memories to all that visit. It is a place to take to the heart. Our local area is known as Cornwall's forgotten south east corner. The Rame Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with a landscape of tidal creeks, sandy beaches, lush farmland and country parks. Mount Edgecombe country park is half an hour drive away and has stunning coastal views and a wonderful formal and informal gardens, perfect for picnicking and leisurely strolls The house too, is often open with access to many exhibitions. There are wonderful historic houses and gardens to visit. Our personal favourites are ancient Cotehele, the jewel in the crown of the National Trust in Cornwall. It is a house with a unique family history and medieval buildings,kitchen and great hall. Other local National Trust properties of note are Elizabethan Trerice, lovely Lanhydrock (a grand house with a fab Edwardian restaurant) and Anthony House on the Tor Point peninsular( a predominantly Georgian house with magnificent furnishings lovely gardens and a great tea room). Pencarrow house too is a truly remarkable walk through family history, privately owned with a timeless quality that will make you want to spend a whole day there. It also has a quaint courtyard cafe. Do look up historic houses and gardens of Cornwall this is a land steeped in legend and history.

The local scenery is pleasing and varied. Small villages hide at the heads of creeks, waiting to be discovered, whilst the stretch of coast fronting onto Whitsand Bay offers fantastic views and great walking along the South West Coast Path. Golitha Falls nearby are one of my choices for submerging myself in nature; rocky waterfalls tumble over mossy boulders and there are forest trails and you will hear the call of many interesting birds..

There is so much to see and do in Cornwall all the year round! Summer is fantastic but we love the winter months too. Nothing beats a sunny winters day, strolling along the beach, or sitting around the log fire in the pub at lunchtime. We benefit from a very mild, temperate climate on the sheltered south cornish coast and are frequently the warmest and sunniest place in the UK, especially during the winter months.

Heading west is LOOE, a popular fishing village with sandy beach, pubs, cafes and shops, you can fish, go crabbing or take a boat from its quay. On from Looe walk the spectacular coast path or drive to TALLAND BAY and indulge in the Talland Bay Beach Cafe's home-made cakes or cream tea. Carry on the coast path or drive to one of Cornwall's most famous, the historic, picture postcard fishing village of POLPERRO. Narrow streets, Cornish slate cottages, quaint pubs and shops.

Further on and worth a visit is FOWEY, especially cream tea in Pinky Murphy's cafe.

Head east from our property and the drive is jaw dropping looking down over WHITSAND BAY, a 5 mile stretch of sand and rocks. Its great for walking and surfing and make time for lunch at The View restaurant, or the CLIFF TOP CAFE hidden a short walk from the road opposite the caravan park. From here walk out to RAME HEAD and then drive/walk onto KINGSAND/CAWSAND, very pretty, sheltered ajoining fishing vlllages with 2 beaches, great pubs, and cafe and nearby are 800 acres of walking at MOUNT EDGECOMBE PARK. A pedestrian ferry takes you to Plymouth or car ferry from Torpoint to Plymouth.

Inland, don't forget The Eden Project, the National Trust house and garden Lanhydrock, Antony House, Lost Gardens of Heligan and Bodmin Moor. Lostwithiel is also a must for art and antique shopping. The north coast can be reached in 45minutes, if you fancy Rick Steins fish and chips head for Padstow. Horse riding is available at two nearby stables.

Downderry

Whitsand Bay, in the south east of Cornwall, is recognisable for its lengthy sandy beaches and sweeping cliffs. With four miles of sheltered beaches running to Rame Head, and a rugged cliff-lined coast – Whitsand Bay holidays are perfect for those who love to enjoy the great outdoors. Nearby Downderry is a small, unassuming village with its own beach, which is a great base to explore this beautiful area. Whitsand Bay and Downderry holiday cottages offer a Cornish escape in picturesque surroundings.

Whitsand Bay is a great spot for fishing, and is popular with both sea and beach anglers. The Bay is also perfect for those who enjoy rambling, especially as the South West Coast Path runs through the bay connecting the Rame Peninsula and Looe. As well as the Coast Path, the Whitsand and Downderry area offers a variety of different walks. Activities for children; top quality beaches, rock-pooling, the :ooe and Tamar historic railway line, thr monkey sanctuary animal park and a little further afield the Eden Project

Downderry is a tiny fishing village,but it has all the amenities you need, The Inn on the Shore pub overlooking the sea, a post office and well stocked shop and a restaurant, The Blue Plate renowned for it's excellent food and great service. The beach is a mix of sand and shingle and is great for relaxing or exploring and has had the highest cleanliness rating for the last 15 years!. For those with children the rock pools are fantastic, remember to put all your 'treasure' safely back! You can walk along the beach at low tide all the way to Shag Rock, a stunning beautiful walk which is usually very quiet, you may not even meet anyone! Nearby is Seaton another small village which can be walked to easily along the beach in 20 minutes from Downderry. It has a cafe overlooking the sea, with great outdoor seating to watch the waves whilst enjoying hot chocolate and reading the paper - maybe even a portion of cheesy chips! Seaton has a country park which includes a children's playpark, adults outdoor gym and nature trails up the valley. It is a lovely walk up to the top of the valley where you can stop at the Copley Arms for lunch before strolling back down.

There are many attractions in the area that are great for all the family, a for example The Monkey Sanctuary (10 mins), Looe (10 mins) Polperro (20 mins), the Eden Project (45 minutes), Fowey (30 mins). For the keen golfer the Whitsand Bay Golf Club, Looe Golf Club, and the St Mellion Championship Course are all nearby.

Whitsand Bay is a great spot for fishing, and is popular with both sea and beach anglers. The Bay is also perfect for those who enjoy rambling, especially as the South West Coast Path runs through the bay connecting the Rame Peninsula and Looe. As well as the Coast Path, the Whitsand and Downderry area offers a variety of different walks. Activities for children; top quality beaches, rock-pooling, the :ooe and Tamar historic railway line, thr monkey sanctuary animal park and a little further afield the Eden Project.