Welcome, relax and unwind in this truly delightful and well loved little property - 2 The Net Loft, tucked away just behind the harbour in Abbey Place, amid the quaint, cobbled alleyways and lanes in the heart of the unspoilt and charming fishing village of Mousehole.
2 The Net Loft forms part of the original listed Net Loft property dating back over 200 years. Once the hub of the fishing life of the village, where the fishermen treated and hung their nets. Converted, in later years to be used by local artists who set up their studios, to capture the beauty of this inspirational and stunning location, yet only a stone’s throw from the delightful and charismatic harbour and beach.
This charming cottage style apartment, which sleeps two, is approached by external stone steps bedecked with terracotta pots of flowers leading up to well presented, comfortable and appealing accommodation, offering open plan cosy style lounge/dining area and kitchen, plus double bedroom and good size bathroom. Attention to detail is reflected throughout the property. Fully equipped to ensure your holiday is perfect!
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom|
|Nearest beach||Mousehole 10 m|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay 72 km, Nearest railway: Penzance 5.7 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||TV, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double Beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 3|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
Lounge Area: Relax after one of Mousehole's famous walks on the comfortable sofa or armchair with cosy coordinated cushions, with a glass of chilled complimentary sparkling wine or mug of tea or coffee in front of the flat screen TV with Freeview, or watch one of the numerous DVD's available. Enjoy browsing the selection of books, guides and games.Dining area: Seated round the pine table on wicker chairs, enjoy a leisurely breakfast listening to your favourite tunes on the radio, as you cast your eye up at the framed photographs of Olde Mousehole on the wall. Wall mounted convector heater.Kitchen Area: Everything to hand for ease and comfort – in this well equipped kitchen. Hand crafted pine units, deep Belfast sink, new ceramic hob and electric oven, fridge, washer/dryer and microwave. Tea towels, oven gloves and kitchen towels etc. provided, with some little extras.Double bedroom:The room has the feel of sea, light and freshness. Stripped and stained wooden flooring. A comfortable 4’6" pine double bed with deep memory foam mattress topper, freshly laundered crisp bed linen in vibrant blue and white with matching curtains and coordinating soft furnishings. Hand crafted pine wardrobe with ample hanging space, hangers provided and plenty of storage. 2000w hair drier, full length mirror, digital alarm/radio plus a few little extras. Wall mounted convector heater.Bathroom: Spacious Light and airy, bath with over head shower, low level toilet suite, pedestal hand basin, electric shaver point/light. Ample storage. Heated towel rail. View from window out over cobbled alley to former pilchard houses. Attractive painted floorboards with seaside appeal. Hand towels and bath sheets provided with complementary toiletries on arrival.
|Further details outdoors|
To accommodate outdoor-wear shoe rack, coat hooks, 2 lightweight beach chairs in carrying cases and umbrellas provided.To external stone steps, lined with clay flowerpots abundant with blooms, leading you down to the ground level and Harbour’s View!
All bed linen, hand and bath towels, kitchen towels provided for you, please provide your own Beach towels.
Miles of magnificent coastal paths waiting to be discovered by you in an ‘Area of outstanding Natural Beauty’ officially designated by The National Trust. One of its most beautiful stretches on the Land’s End Peninsula is the path from Mousehole westerly to LAMORNA COVE approx 3 miles.Along this area of cliff, which is sheltered from the South westerly winds, can be seen many tiny fields, which were formerly used to grow early daffodils, violets and anemones for market. Left long ago to grow wild, but many of the cultivated flowers have become naturalized along the cliffs, which add to the amazing proliferation of wild flowers to be seen on your walk. The breathtaking coastal scenery, the sight of the wild life around you – birds, butterflies –St Clement’s Isle - a small rocky island, just offshore outside the harbour, where it is believed there once lived an ancient hermit, look out for seals and sea birds. The famous MOUSEHOLE WILD BIRD HOSPITAL AND SANCTUARY founded in 1928, is situated about 100 yards up Raginnis Hill, on the West side of the village helping about 1500 birds each year.
Mousehole is considered to be one of the most charismatic and beautiful coastal fishing villages in Britain, virtually unchanged by modern day life. Cottages, nestled and huddled round the edge of the almost circular granite walled harbour, Cornwall’s earliest breakwater and begun in 1393 or thereabouts, is now incorporated into South Quay, yet is still easily identifiable with its massive irregular blocks of stone, leading you away from the harbours edge into a maze of narrow, winding cobbled lanes and alleyways, filled with magic and charm to tempt you at every turn.The village offers a general village store/newsagent, a post office, a fine selection of small art galleries of local artists work, gift and craft shops and local Pub – THE SHIP INN . Choices of places to eat in the village whether it be a pasty, Cornish cream tea or fish and chips whilst sat on the harbour from the local fish and chip shop, or dinner for two in any of the exclusive little cafes and restaurants within the village, particularly 2 FORE STREET, THE CORNISH RANGE and the OLD COASTGUARD HOTEL.Rest a while at Lamorna - its terraced café serving refreshments and light lunches, or wander up the hill through the beautiful valley, for a fresh crab sandwich at THE LAMORNA WINK INN. The coastal path leads further on towards PENBERTH COVE and PORTHCURNO, with THE MINACK THEATRE - Stunning coastline! So, remember your walking boots, binoculars and camera!PENZANCE, 3 miles from Mousehole is the main shopping centre in the area, to include Tesco open 24 hours. Offers a diverse range of galleries, cafes, pubs and restaurants, leisure centre and the famous Art deco style Jubilee Pool built in 1935, recently modernized to be found on the rocky coast between harbour and promenade.MARAZION claimed to be the oldest town in Britain, certainly one of the oldest chartered towns in Cornwall. Charming cottages, galleries and cafes, situated on Mount’s Bay surrounded by beautiful, safe and clean sandy beaches.Pause a while for a drink or meal at THE GODOLPHIN ARMS positioned at the end of the Causeway, a must to be viewed! Take in the atmosphere of ST MICHAEL’S MOUNT, rising majestically from the sea; it is the jewel in Cornwall’s crown, accessed at low tide on foot across the cobbled Causeway, or by a small fleet of ferry boats at high tide.