In Rosevine, 400 yards from the sheltered sandy bay of Porthcurnick beach with its hidden hut café (open April to October) and access to the Coast Path, a spacious house with stunning sea views across Gerrans Bay. Large enclosed lawned garden with terrace (table/chairs), idyllic for winding down or catching up with friends and family. Spacious kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, microwave, freezer, larder fridge, double oven/ceramic hob, TV) with French windows to terrace and garden; utility room (washing machine, tumble drier, sink) for storing beach gear. Living room with sea views, electric fire and TV/DVD. Two twin bedrooms downstairs. Shower-room (suite). Upstairs (stairgate), two more bedrooms - a double (6'6" bed) with stunning sea views and en suite bathroom (suite), and another double (6' bed) with countryside views and en suite bathroom (suite). Sleeps maximum of 8, including babies; maximum of 4 children in a party. This property has a Good Housekeeping Bond of £250. A superb holiday home for beautiful sandy beaches, rock pooling, crabbing and Coast Path walking.
Rosevine: little Roseland Peninsula hamlet just minutes from sandy Porthcurnick beach (bathing waters, rock pools, seasonal beach café) and the Coast Path; two hotels serve lunch/dinner to non-residents. Portscatho (shops, galleries), 2 miles or 20 minutes by Coast Path; St Mawes, 6 miles; Truro (Cornwall's capital), 10 miles via King Harry Car Ferry. Lots of unspoilt beaches around.
Over two floors. Four bedrooms. 1 x super king size double (6’6” bed) with en suite bathroom and sea view. 1 x super king-size double with en suite bathroom. 2 x ground floor twin, Sitting room with electric fire and sea views. Kitchen with dining area and French windows to terrace and garden; utility room. Ground floor shower-room with shower, basin and WC.
ROSEVINE Once an important pilchard-fishing village, today Portscatho is a popular holiday destination for those seeking a traditional seaside location. Brimming with Cornish charm, there is a sandy beach and a harbour, as well as a pub, a butcher’s, a greengrocer’s and a handful of gift shops and galleries. The coastline here is most scenic, with hidden coves, secret beaches and mile upon mile of undulating coastal footpath. The village of Gerrans is just a short stroll along the shore, and the beautiful Porthcurnick beach is also accessible via the coast path from Porthscatho. Portscatho offers a holiday away from it all, with a welcoming community spirit and several annual events which everyone gets involved with – including the fish festival each August.