A mile from Portscatho and a mile from Gerrans (pub), in a lovely location surrounded by wooded hills, a cottage attached to the residence of the friendly owners, their three children and small holding.
Pelyn Creek and a secluded tidal beach is a short walk away; (kayaking, sailing, windsurfing hire/tuition) on the Percuil River with views across to St Mawes; boat trailer parking space at Pelyn Creek, by arrangement.
Own outdoor seating area (picnic table, barbecue).The living area is on the first floor with elevated views across the garden and woodland and a feeling of being up in the treetops.
Front door into open-plan living/dining/kitchen (slimline dishwasher, washer-drier, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric oven) with beams, woodburner, sofa bed, TV/DVD, iPod dock and French windows from the dining area to balustrade.
Stairs down to two bedrooms (limited clothes-hanging space) - a double (5' sleigh bed) with door to seating area, and a twin; bathroom (suite, shower over bath).
A welcoming cottage in an idyllic, relaxed setting, lovely for watersports and walking countryside and riverbanks (footpath from the door).
Portscatho: small former fishing village (good pubs, shops, galleries) on the shoreline of Gerrans Bay (beach with rock pools) on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula.
Porthcurnick Beach (Nat.
Trust; award-winning café) 2 miles by road, ½ mile by Coast Path.
Lovely walks around the harbour and along the South West Coast Path (tremendous views).
St Mawes, 5 miles.
Over two floors. Two ground floor bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with door to courtyard, 1 x twin. First floor open plan living area with sitting area, with wood burning stove and sofa bed, kitchen and dining area with balustrade with spectacular views. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC.
About the location
St Mawes 5 miles ; Truro 15 miles ; Mevagissey 13 miles
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.
Note: Sorry, no short breaks