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Lowlands – Home 38197 House

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 10 sleeps
  • 7 nights min stay

House / 5 bedrooms / 5 bathrooms / sleeps 10

Key Info

  • Nearest beach 0.15 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

This fabulous five bedroomed house benefits from its convenient central village location, secluded garden and panoramic views. 'Lowlands' is just a stone's throw from the beach and is within walking distance of all village amenities. It is positioned to take full advantage of its stunning sea views and provides a convenient and relaxing place to stay in one of Cornwall's prettiest villages. The light and modern spacious accommodation offers a unique blend of luxury and homely living and provides the perfect getaway for family holidays or celebrations. 'Lowlands' also offers an ideal venue for small specialist groups who wish to experience the riches offered by the area to people such as photographers, artists, botanists or geologists.

Local activities such as windsurfing, fishing, diving, and walking will keep any of the more active members of the group busy, while the tranquil atmosphere and rhythms of the village offers an ideal respite from the

This fabulous five bedroomed house benefits from its convenient central village location, secluded garden and panoramic views. 'Lowlands' is just a stone's throw from the beach and is within walking distance of all village amenities. It is positioned to take full advantage of its stunning sea views and provides a convenient and relaxing place to stay in one of Cornwall's prettiest villages. The light and modern spacious accommodation offers a unique blend of luxury and homely living and provides the perfect getaway for family holidays or celebrations. 'Lowlands' also offers an ideal venue for small specialist groups who wish to experience the riches offered by the area to people such as photographers, artists, botanists or geologists.

Local activities such as windsurfing, fishing, diving, and walking will keep any of the more active members of the group busy, while the tranquil atmosphere and rhythms of the village offers an ideal respite from the cares of the world for those who simply wish to 'get away from it all'. Children will love the beach and many local attractions, while art and garden lovers in particular will find this an ideal location from which to explore the Lizard/West Cornwall area, with its sublime light, wonderful gardens and picturesque locations.

Further details

Bed linen is provided, but you will need to bring your own towels.

Information pack in house, detailing local services.

Changeover day is a Friday. Please arrive no earlier tha 3pm and leave by 10am.

Further details outdoors

The house boasts a spacious private garden with patio with integral seating which is ideal for barbecues and family parties.The mature and sunny garden overlooks the sea and provides room for games and relaxation. It is set on three levels with orchard and a host of typically Cornish plants such as hydrangeas, fuschias, escallonia as well as a banana tree and even a 'strawberry' tree. There is a good gravelled parking area in front of the house for up to five cars

Location description from owner

The England region

Blissfully warm compared to most of Britain, this part of Cornwall is blessed with generally 'soft' weather and a kind micro climate, attested to by the fields of early Daffodils and rare tropical plants that abound in the area. The Lizard coast is famous for its unique geological structure and dramatic coastline (to which many ships have succumbed in the past) which gives this area its particular 'flavour'. Coverack's proximity to the gentle green creeks of the Helford River also provides a diversity of landscape and offers a variety of places to explore.

There are many beautiful gardens and National Trust properties within the area, whilst St. Ives (Tate gallery, Hepburn Garden and numerous other galleries, as well as fabulous long surfing beaches), Penzance (St. Michael's Mount, proximity to fishing port of Newlyn with its fish markiet) or Falmouth (superb Maritime Museum, picturesque waterfront, numerous yachting facilities) are all within an hour's drive. There are many beautiful coves and beaches, such as Kynance Cove, and picturesque villages such as Gweek to visit nearby. Within easy reach of Coverack you could also go down a mine, visit the most Southerly point in Britain at the Lizard or walk round the romantic 'Frenchman's Creek'.

Water sports abound. The Helford River is a famous sailing location and there is some wonderful diving to be had locally at Porthkerris. Surfing locally would depend on the winds, but the North Coast offers some superb surfing throughout the year and many great surfing beaches can easily be accessed within an hour's drive. For those who wish to be in the car a little longer, you could even take a day out exploring the Lost Gardens of Heligan or the Eden Project, both near St. Austell, or why not take them in during your journey down?

Coverack

Coverack has several good shops and a variety of places to eat, an art gallery and delicious home made ice cream and pasty outlets. A well known and popular windsurfing school is also located by the harbour, from which you can rent out kayaks or try out your windsurfing skills. Exhibitions of the work of local artists take place biennially in the village hall, which also houses and showcases other village activities such as musical evenings. A good Information Board in the village gives details of all local events, many of which take place on an annual or regular basis, such as gig racing, Lifeboat Day, Air Day at RNAS Culdrose, Helston Flora Day, and the Regatta. There are a number of good pubs and Restaurants nearby, whilst you can find organic produce at local farm shops or even at many roadside locations. Roskilly's Dairy produces some of the most scrumptious ice cream in Britain and you can take the family there for a day out, to see the milking and sample the product.

The Cornish Coastal Path runs through the village, offering ample opportunity for exploring the varied coastline in the area. There are also a number of well documented circular walks available which take you to various places of interest. Flowers abound, and in the spring wild daffodils, bluebells and primroses can be found unusually within yards of the sea. The famous 'Manacles', just off Lowland point has claimed several ships in the past, most notably the SS Paris, after which the pub is named, whilst from the look out point on Black Head you can observe a wide variety of sea life, from basking sharks to a wide diversity of sea birds. The Church at St. Keverne is of particular interest to historians and is within walking distance of Coverack. If you wish to go out, the Seal Sanctuary provides an excellent visit for children, and Goonhilly Earth Station is also nearby. Riding, golf at St. Ives or Mullion, hunting with the Cury or whale and marine life watching are all possible - it all depends on how energetic you want to be.

When all is said and done, however, for the true Coverack lover little compares to the gentle pleasures of the beach at low tide, a little fishing or possibly crabbing for the children, a beverage on the harbour wall and the company of family and friends........

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Cot available
  • High chair available

Bed & bathroom

  • 4 Double Beds, 2 Single Beds, 1 Cot available
  • 5 En suites

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Sea view
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • High chair available
  • TV
  • Video player
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Telephone
  • Linen provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Accessible for wheelchair users — please contact the owner for details before booking

Policies

Check in time:15:00, Check out time:10:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
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Smoking
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Cancellation policy
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About the owner

Elizabeth A
Response rate:
70%
Calendar updated:
28 May 2016
Years listed:
8
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This House has 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and sleeps 10. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 09 Oct 2007. Located in Cornwall, it has 11 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £875 to £2000.

The Owner has a response rate of 70% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 28 May 2016.

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“Simply marvelous”

Reviewed 22 Jun 2016

We were ten friends from CZ staying in the Lowlands. The first reaction when we arrived was "WOW!" The house is big enough for ten people, every couple has its own privacy. It is clean and bright, comfortably equipped. It was real pleasure to prepare and serve dinner at the dining space with the breathtaking views of the Coverack harbour. The surroundings invites to pretty walks - Roskilly´s farm could be one of them. We were lucky - weather was extremely nice which helped us to discover all beauties of Cornwall. And the Lowlands in Coverack was our everyday port with a nice and maintaned garden where we could relax after our exhausting trips. We are really greateful to the owner, Billie, for very detailed information about all important questions connected with our stay and especially for the possibility to spend an unforgettable week in her charming house. We would definitely recommend this house to everyone who wants to spend his holidays in a peaceful place with the high comfort for a very reasonable price.

“Stunning property in an ideal location for all ages”

Reviewed 16 Apr 2013

We travelled with our two boys and met up with friends and their two boys and two girls for the second Easter week 2013. The images of the house you see on website do not do it justice (and they grabbed our attention!). This house is huge - airy - immaculate and yet very homely. We all fell in love with it on arrival (I think the predominant comment was "WOW"). Everything you will need to stay, as a base of operations or a combination depending on what you want and what the weather wants to throw at you. We had everything from high, cold winds in bright sunshine to wet grey days with stormy seas crashing along the harbour front. The house provides a cosy retreat or just a comfortable viewpoint across this quaint and largely unspoilt village. The beach is surprisingly good despite the rocky appearance. If like us, you have considered when and what you want from a holiday in the UK - and you have seen this house online and are still wondering... STOP dithering and book it now! This house works even in bad weather (which provides a magic of it's own in Cornwall anyway), so any time of year will give you a wonderful break. PS. Keep the camera at your bedside to capture (weather permitting) a most beautiful sunrise!

“Immaculate house with a wonderful view.”

Reviewed 9 Apr 2013

Visited Lowlands and Coverack five times now. The house is immaculately presented with five superb ensuite bedrooms. Kitchen and lounge match the high standard throughout. Lovely gardens and spectacular views of the English Channel from the kitchen and master bedroom. Ample parking for larger group or extended family. Coverack is lovely boasting a pub, fine hotel, award-winning fish and chip outlet and a number of quirky independent shops. We love it!

“Breathtaking and brilliant”

Reviewed 21 Mar 2013

What can I say? This place is just fantastic. Firstly the location is perfect. Coverack is a unique, characterful town in this comparatively undiscovered part of Cornwall. The house itself, Lowlands, is situated by to an old whitewashed chapel, with sweeping vistas over the sea. There is no more inspiring start to the day than to draw the curtains back on this view. There is a great pub, a charming shop and wonderful walks in all directions. There is even a brilliant lady who makes fresh pasties and sells them from her front room. The surrounding area is beautiful and full of fascinating villages. The house itself is very spacious and extremely well designed with all the bedrooms having good sized en-suites. The owners have thought of everything, there are books and games and an enormous television if you have time for that! The kitchen is bright and enormous, with perhaps the best views of all. The balcony in the bedroom is also a wonderful place to watch the tide rolling in. I am a writer and I had a very inspirational stay here in February. I can only imagine how magical it must be in the summer. I couldn't recommend Lowlands more and in fact I seem now to dream about it every night.

So glad you enjoyed your stay and appreciated the unique character of Coverack. We love the house and it is great when others do too. Many thanks.

“The most perfect house for a large group.”

Reviewed 21 Jan 2013

Coverack is home to one of the safest beaches in Cornwall, and this lovely home sits less than a five minute walk from it. Completely kitted out and perfectly comfortable, the owners will bend over backwards to put anything right that you might need. I would suggest taking your own knives if you're doing a lot of cooking (there are plenty there but with our group I do industrial level catering and I needed my super sharp ones), and there aren't any clocks in the house, so you might want some travel ones. We used Sainsburys to deliver the big weekly shops, and then the shop in the village has all the incidentals you might need.

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