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Kingsand And Cawsand, Cornwall (Ref. 976429)

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  • Open fire
  • Smoke-free
  • Cot available
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi


    • “Lovely cottage in a lovely village with ample walks on the doorstep handy for the beach, a very secluded village, a great holiday. Helpful holidays have always provided us with the back up we need, we managed to lock ourselves out of the cottage without a coat in January and they were on the case in an instant the caretaker was there to let us in in minutes, a wonderful service. Thank you.”

    Mrs Gasowski, Kidderminster, January 2019

    • “Had a terrific week weather wise but if it had been much colder we couldn’t have wished for a warmer, more comfortable cottage. We were fortunate in late October to be able to make use of the sunny front garden which had great views and was lovely to be able to chat to people going past. Definitely hope to return to Trebyan next year. Fabulous walks to Edgcumbe right from the front door. My puppy loved it running free for hours and I never tired of the amazing views.”

    Ms Ruane, LONDON, October 2018

    • “Just returned from a fourth holiday in Trebyan. It was lovely to be back in this very comfortable house and friendly village, this time with a new rescue dog who enjoyed all the wonderful walks that I had shared with his predecessor. Visit number five is definitely on the cards for next year.”

    Mrs Carey, MONMOUTH, October 2018

    • “This was our third visit to Trebyan, although the last holiday here was in 2010. It is our favourite Cornish cottage and we were not disappointed in any way. The cottage was clean, comfortable and the same high standard. I would like to suggest that a few more mugs are provided and some of the plates and mugs were chipped. We had a wonderful holiday and would like to return again in the future.”

    Mrs Good, UXBRIDGE, September 2018

    • “This was our second time at Trebyan in two years. I was glad to see that further to my comments last year, the outside area had been pruned back showing a hosepipe which proved very useful for washing the sandy dogs. I also noted this year that there was bedding available for the sofa bed, a sensible reduction in ornaments and trinkets and the floors and surfaces were clean and had obviously been well maintained. There was a plentiful supply of cooking utensils and equipment along with more than a good supply of washing up liquid and cleaning materials. The dishwasher salt had run out and providing only 4 dishwashing tablets for a week's worth of dirty crockery for a small family etc seems a little short-sighted. An endless supply of drinking glasses and plates was evident but only 5 mugs in total for coffee/tea and 5 cereal/desert bowls yet again seems very short-sighted and impractical. However, the quilts were incredibly noisy as they seem to comprise a plastic/crinkly content and so rustled at every tiny movement - that did not allow for restful sleep. The mattress covers had seen better days as had the mattresses, which were not the comfiest in the world. Finally the blinds were irritating and need proper re-threading. It was almost impossible to drop them down without the thread tangling and the pulling up was very much a see-saw approach. I think the most disappointing thing about the cosmetic aspect of Trebyan is the paintwork on the windows. Paint had peeled off in most places, it just looked unkempt and almost un-cared for compared to the other houses around. The back of the house by the bins had an enormous amount of clutter and rubbish (broken timber/pipes etc) which could be seen and the drain just outside smelled if you had the back window in the smaller bedroom open. This is a pity as the house itself has so much to offer is brilliant for dogs and children and we really enjoyed using the spacious kitchen/ dining area and cosy character driven lounge. Essentially at the back of my and my sister's minds were : How would we like people to rate our houses and meet guests' expectations if we rented them out and, to us, the above were important and perhaps need addressing to some degree.”

    Mrs Walton, Shipston-on-Stour, August 2018

    • “A great place to relax and get away from a busy and hectic life.”

    Mrs Melvin, Birmingham, July 2018

    • “The cottage was lovely and ideally situated within the village. Easy access to the coastal paths and the beach plus all the amenities the village offered. It was very spacious and had everything we needed although the stair gates were a bit cumbersome, would have been better if they could open outwards as well as inwards. You could tell that it had been a lovely home before a rental. On the downside, it was lacking a bit of TLC - the carpets on the stairs are really dirty and the garden at the front is terribly overgrown with large weeds (not like the picture on the website). It was difficult to have space for more than two chairs! Nothing that could not be rectified. Overall, we had a lovely stay and a fantastic week of sunshine. We would definitely consider staying again.”

    Mrs English, WAKEFIELD, July 2018

    • “Excellent cottage, fantastic location. The cottage was spotlessly clean, contained everything you could possibly need. I would recommend this holiday. We will visit again.”

    Mr Francis, Leyland, May 2018

    • “This is our 3rd stay at this beautiful little cottage. Will be back again”

    Mrs Whicher, REDHILL, May 2018

    • “We all really liked our first time at Trebyan. The cottage was really comfortable and homely. It is also well located to walk the dogs on the paths towards Mount Edgcumbe and to pick up the sun in the front garden for most of the day. We weren't as lucky with the weather as in previous years so we made good use of the open fire and wood burners. The owner (Tony) was helpful and responsive when we needed to contact him. I am sure we will stay again.”

    Mr Ziebland, Letchworth Garden City, March 2018

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The Property

In Kingsand, the end one of a row of ancient cottages with 17th cent. origins, south-facing, on three levels and with pretty views over rooftops to the sea. In front, a tiny sunny garden (table/chairs) - more pedestrians and horse riders pass than vehicles. A mere 30 yards away is the entrance to Mount Edgcumbe’s 800 acre estate and the Coast Path. Nearest good food/friendly pub, 50 yards; beach, 150 yards.Inside, every inch a home. Stable doors (5'8" lintel) into sunlight-filled dining room with limestone floor, beams, fridge and multi-fuel stove. Galley kitchen (dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, electric cooker) with handcrafted oak worktops. From dining room, half-turn steepish stairs (stairgates) up to living room (TV/DVD, Bluetooth speaker) with oak floor, open fire, comfy sofas (one a sofa bed) and door to ancient back lane. At this level, a dear little single bedroom (5'6" lintel). More steep stairs up to a double bedroom (TV) with long views over the village and coast, plus smart beamed bathroom (suite, shower over bath). Loading/unloading outside; car park, 150 yards. A gem of a cottage.

Kingsand and Cawsand: exquisite adjoining fishing villages in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty sheltered by a wooded headland; pebble-and-sand beaches, family pubs, cafés, essential shops. Watersports hire in Cawsand. Whitsand Bay, 1 mile; Mount Edgcumbe (800 acres for walking), and seasonal pedestrian ferry to Plymouth (city amenities, theatre, cinema), 2½ miles. Plymouth by car ferry, 8½ miles.


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Kitchen Dining Room


Over three floors - First floor sitting room with open fire. 1 x single bedroom. Second floor: 1 x double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor dining room with multi-fuel stove and galley kitchen.


  • Central heating, open fire with wood burning stove
  • Microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with DVD, WiFi, Phone incoming calls only only, Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair available on request
  • Parking is available in a public car park nearby
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome, Sorry no smoking
  • Pub less than 1 mile from property, Note: Parking is in a public car park 150 yards from the property, it is possible to load/unload outside
  • Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £100

Regional Information

KINGSAND AND CAWSAND The twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand, with narrow streets winding between pastel-coloured cottages, lie on the Rame Peninsula just 5 miles from Plymouth.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Christmas
  • Note: Loading and unloading only - car park 150 yards. 5'8" front door lintel.
  • Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.