Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 5
This spacious and comfortable cottage is in immaculate order and is perfect for a family stay as it benefits from large bedrooms and bathroom. A pleasant lounge provides a relaxing haven after the day's hectic activities and at the rear of the cottage there's a practical kitchen/diner. A stroll down to the harbour enables you to sample the traditional inns, the restaurants and shops and you can wander down to the beach on the other side of the harbour wall or the more energetic can enjoy a walk and some lovely coastal scenery along the South West Coastal Path.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (2)|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors|
Front door into small hall. Lounge, with window and window seat overlooking the lane, sofa and two armchairs, bean bag, electric fire and TV with DVD. Kitchen/diner with electric cooker, washing machine, fridge with freezer compartment and microwave. Table and four chairs. Stairs to landing and double bedroom with 4'6" double bed, chest of drawers and plenty of wardrobe space. Large family bathroom with bath and electric shower over, shower screen, hand basin and WC. Further stairs to second floor and triple bedroom, with a a 4'6" double bed, 2'6" single bed, as well as a wardrobe and chest of drawers.
|Further details outdoors|
Outside: Small back yard suitable for drying washing, storing beach equipment etc.
Included: Bed linen, (Guests must provide their own towels) heating (Night storage heaters).
Electricity by £1.00 coin meter.
Security deposit of £50
Pets: One well mannered pet welcome. Pet charge: £25.00 per pet per week.
Parking: There is no designated space. Weekly tickets are available in the main Car Park, or we have a space available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis. Please enquire at the time of booking. Please Note: Transport into the village from the main car park is either by horse and cart, electric tram or your own two feet, the harbour being approximately half a mile away. Some vehicle access is possible, but not to all parts of the village and is especially difficult during the summer.
No telephone , mobile reception variable, Orange best.
Beaches: Local beach 5 minutes walk. Talland Beach 1 mile. Other South Coast beaches easily accessible by car.
Shops, Post Office, pubs and restaurants, all in Polperro. Looe, with more facilities, 4 miles.
Plymouth 25 miles. Truro29 miles.
The West Country region
Cornwall is the most South Western part of the UK, benefitting from some of Britain's mildest climates, with the warming effects of the Gulf Stream, early springs and long lingering summers. This unspoilt County enjoys a dramatic landscape from rugged moorland to stunning beautiful golden beaches.
Cornwall has historically been intrinsically linked with outdoor activities. With some of the cleanest seas in Europe surrounding the County, it has always been popular for water-based activities especially surfing. North Cornwall, predominantly in and around Newquay has historically been home to many UK Surfing Championships.
Walkers are able to find extensive countryside to discover and can delight in the longest stretch of continuous coastline in Britain on the South West Coast Path.
This ancient and mystic Celtic County has a feeling of being a land of legend and romance. Hence artists come to Cornwall for inspiration drawn by its rugged beauty and the quality of light.
Nestling in a deep sheltered valley protected by the ancient harbour is the spectacular, historic fishing village of Polperro, much favoured by artists, writers and photographers and the location for many films, due to its inspirational and truly remarkable setting. This extraordinary little village gives one the impression of being caught in a time warp and is truly an area of outstanding beauty. Polperro retains almost all of its 17th century architectural charm and is still a working fishing port, an activity believed to have been uninterrupted, since the 13th Century. You can sample the local catch in one of the many good restaurants and pubs. Fishing trips and pleasure cruises are easily accessible from the quay. Wending your way through the narrow traffic-free streets you are treading the paths where barrows of fish were once carted and, under the cover of night, brandy casks and tobacco bales were carried to their hideouts. Make no mistake, this peaceful cove was once a thriving centre for the area’s smuggling exploits and achieved great notoriety in the 18th and early 19th centuries. The Polperro Heritage Museum is a mine of information. Transport into the village from the main car park is either by horse and cart, motorised tram or your own two feet, the harbour is approximately half a mile away. Some vehicle access is possible, but not to all parts of the village.
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Calendar last updated:16 Sep 2014
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