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Kammneves Cottage

Trelights, near Port Isaac, Cornwall (Ref. 976365)

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  • Open fire
  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi


    • “Perfect little cottage”
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    • “So impressed with this cottage - we stayed in November 18 for our wedding anniversary. Perfect location, cottage is equipped with everything you could wish for. Perfect as we took our little dog with us too so it’s pet friendly. We stayed for two nights and was able to explore the surrounding area, Port Isaac is a short drive away and well worth a visit , same for Polzeath beach. The cottage was cosy and comfortable and very well laid out, the kitchen was lovely and the bathroom wow. Would have no hesitation in recommending this cottage.”

    KDavis211, Stourbridge, United Kingdom, January 2019

    • “This was a lovely cosy cottage & felt home from home straight away even with a christmas tree which was a lovely thought. It was a perfect base for our xmas winter break and if booking for a similar time of year we wouldn't hesitate to stay again. A good mirror would be great for us ladies re drying our hair etc but just a small observation. Lovely time had by us and our dog Ozzy xx”

    Mr Brooker, CRAWLEY, December 2018

    • “This is a lovely little cottage which is really well appointed. Nice touches were the provision of a Nespresso machine and a generous supply of capsules and teabags. To finish it off a pint of milk in the fridge would have been perfection! We stay in many rental houses and cottages and it is always hit and miss but this one was definitely a hit. The owners are generous with their provision of basics including oil and vinegar and salt and pepper for cooking. They also make sure you have enough dishwasher tablets and include toilet paper and kitchen towel which many places just don't do. The location is lovely - a car is essential to get around but it is really close to Port Isaac and Rock and Polzeath. The house itself is warm and cosy with a sweet kitchen with everything you need to cook and a little log burner for warmth on those cold evenings. The house is heated by electric radiators which were very effective. We were a family of 4 plus 1 small dog and had a most enjoyable week!”

    Mrs Palmer, Canterbury, October 2018

    • “The cottage was lovely and welcoming. Everything was catered for (apart from a pair of oven gloves). We loved the welcome biscuits and coffee. and it was nice that basic items such as salt and pepper were waiting for us. Perfect cottage in a perfect setting.”

    Mrs Madeley, Oldham, September 2018

    • “Had a fantastic week at this cottage. Loved the peace & tranquility of this little hamlet in Trelights. Very easy access to the coast & Port Isaac is still amazing!!! The glorious weather just made everything perfect!!!!”

    Edwards, July 2018

    • “The cottage is in a great location and is well equipped and clean. We were glad to find a table and 4 chairs that we could sit outside on. The patio area is very small and would look more inviting if the plants were cut back neatly. The borders at the front were also overgrown and full of a pile of old cuttings and the parking area was covered by plants too. Having said this everything else was positive and the beds were comfortable and the shower excellent.”

    Mrs Ashton, BRACKLEY, June 2018

    • “This cottage is prepared to an above standard and was very comfortable. There was a problem with the hot water one morning but a call to the housekeeper and electrician called and it was sorted whilst we were out for the morning We had various visits to The Long Cross Hotel where the food is as good as it gets (as well as the beer) We made use of the Shuttle Taxi service when we could raise the mobile number and found Mark knowledgeable and reliable”

    Mr Fassum, Ashford, June 2018

    • “The complaint against the cottage description is to do with the complete lack of outdoor facilities. The description speaks of an enclosed courtyard with table and chairs. This is wholly inaccurate. The “courtyard” is a six foot square of paving slabs in the shade of the cottage that houses the large wheely bin. There are no outdoor seats and one would not wish to sit there even if there were.”

    Mr Jones, DERBY, May 2018

    • “Toilet seat missing in main bathroom, Could of been a little bit cleaner - marks on shower grout, cobwebs, smelt of ‘dog’ when arrived. We know it did take dogs but have stayed in similiar places and they do not smell. Light bulb on kitchen ceiling not working- could not find replacement.”

    Mr Dunne, Devizes, May 2018

    • “Kammneves Cottage is a lovely cottage but we had some difficulties with initially accessing the cottage due to the unexpected snow fall in the area. This we accepted as this could not be helped and we were informed that we could have one day's refund or to stay an extra day at the cottage. As we had work commitments to return to we decided to return on the scheduled day and to accept the refund as agreed. However, the process and discussions about the refund has warranted several calls from myself to Helpful Holidays as this did not transpire. I spoke to Helpful Holidays again today (11/2/2019) and they will arrange the refund of one day although the owners of the property had declined to do this for some reason. We were informed that the cottage was inaccessible due to the snow so would not have started our holiday as scheduled. With regards to the cottage.... we arrived and the cottage was warmish. We settled in and found that the cleaning company had been and changed the beds and cleaned the bathroom, but we found dust in the bedrooms and clumps of dog/animal hair in and around the sitting area in the living room. I am aware that it is animal friendly but would still expect it to be cleaned adequately. I felt that this had not been cleaned properly and I understand that they would have been in a rush due to the snow and the delay in the previous occupants leaving, but the snow and roads were clear when we arrived so no excuse really. Upon arrival we found that biscuits had been left with 1 teabag and a few coffee sachets. However, no milk! After a long journey I feel the least you would expect is some milk to have a hot drink when you arrive. There is a wonderful bath in this property and I for one was looking forward to a soak in it. However, there was never enough hot water to have a bath unless you wanted to just soak your legs. That is a shame and a complaint other visitors have made according to their Guest Book in the property. The other issue with trying to bath or shower was the lack of hot water. It would appear that you are required to use the boost button to get any hot water in the property and therefore a couple of mornings there was no hot water to shower in either which is not acceptable really. It took ages to heat the water back up and this ate into the time spent enjoying our holiday. I did complain to Helpful Holidays about this but did not receive any support with this during the holiday. Overall I feel disappointed by the feedback via Helpful Holidays from the owners of the property and the support Helpful Holidays had given me through our break. It required constant calling from me and this is not what I went on holiday for. Secondly, the issues with the cottage (cleanliness and the hot water) were not acceptable but do appreciate that the snowfall was not anticipated and therefore had an impact upon the routines of the cleaners etc. Given the feedback from previous holidaymakers in this property I would have expected more.”

    Ms Mcnab, February 2019

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The Property

In Trelights, a semi-detached cottage with ancient origins, transformed with all the benefits of modern insulation, heating and comfort. A huge amount of thought and care has been taken to provide an utterly lovable, smart cottage. To the side, a small, safely enclosed patio (table/chairs). Cosy living room with woodburner, smart TV/DVD and Bluetooth speaker. Kitchen/dining room (slimline dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric oven/induction hob). Three steps up to shower-room (suite) and washer-drier. Back porch for drying boots/coats/dogs. From living room, steep stairs up to two bedrooms - a double, and a twin; 3 steps up to bathroom (suite with separate shower). A warm and comfortable cottage at any time of year; ½ mile lane walk to hotel/restaurant (remember torch!).

Trelights: sleepy hamlet (good hotel restaurant) about a mile from the magnificent Coast Path. Port Quin’s fine rocky, sandy cove, about 1¼ miles; the pretty fishing villages of Port Isaac and Port Gaverne, about 2. More great beaches at Daymer Bay, Polzeath and Rock, 5. Farm shop/tea room/restaurant/seasonal fruit picking/children's play area (open February to December), 1 mile.


1st FloorGround Floor

Kitchen Living Room WC Porch Utility


Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Sitting room with wood burning stove. Kitchen with dining area. Bathroom with bath, shower, basin and WC. Ground floor shower-room with shower, basin and WC.


  • Electric fires, underfloor heating with wood burning stove
  • Microwave, fridge-freezer, washer-dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV with DVD, WiFi, Phone, Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Parking is usually available on a quiet road nearby
  • Two well-behaved dogs welcome, Sorry no smoking
  • Pub less than 1 mile from property
  • Note: This property has an induction hob
  • Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £100

Regional Information

Trelights Port Isaac, one of the undiscovered treasures of Cornwall. A beautiful fishing village nestling in a steep sided valley, the old village in the valley remains unchanged from its days of fishing, slate export and smuggling in the previous century

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Note: Induction hob
  • Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100.