Property Code 875
AccommodatesUp to 6 people
Changeover Day Saturday
FamilyChildren and babies welcome
(Cot and high chair available,
please note cot bedding is not provided)
PetsOne pet welcome
Other Features Free WiFi, Sea view, Real fire, No Smoking
Distance to the Sea Less than 100 yards
Distance to a Pub Less than 100 yards
From £472 per week
Short breaks from £330
The cottage was charming, well equipped with all you could need and in a lovely setting you could not fault. We were there at the end of November and the weather was amazing, we could not have wished for better. It was frosty and sunny but the cottage was nice and warm and cosy with the wood burner blazing away and there was plenty of logs to keep it going. Two steps from the front door and you were on the Harbour we watched the sun rises which were beautiful and the little boats out to sea. We met the 'Harbour Cat' who was very friendly and eager to sneak in to warm up and get some tip bits. Mousehole is lovely, we had a few good meals in the Ship Inn a few yards away. So thank you all for a perfect week in a charming cottage in a lovely location.
Location, layout, style everything was perfect.
This traditional, blue-window framed granite cottage gazes proudly over unrivalled sea views and the picturesque harbour of Mousehole. Few dwellings boast such a position, not often found amongst the huddle of cottages in this village of charm and winding lanes. A favoured destination any time of year, Mousehole retains a magnetic and timeless appeal with fabulous footpaths and coastal walks to be explored, quaint pubs, cafes and restaurants for food and coffee lovers alike and art and craft galleries to quench that artistic thirst. Fishing boats operate from the harbour and pleasure boats and seal watching expeditions can be arranged from the quayside. The cottage is an encapsulating mix of simplistic style and comfort.The living room has unfussy windows dressed with natural wood shutters, pale timber flooring and pristine white stone walls, all accentuating the generous space of the ground floor and modern kitchen. In stark contrast the dark stained floorboards and little steps up and down to the bedrooms are reminiscent of a past era when two bathrooms in one cottage were far beyond expectation! An escape for all seasons, sit in the sun on the bench at the front aspect and watch the varied birdlife across the water.During the winter months the wood burning stove (logs and kindling provided) will keep you toasty as you storm-watch from within. December brings the famous 'Christmas Lights', where the bay and cliffs are illuminated to spectacular effect. Catch the half hourly bus service to Newlyn and Penzance, and St Michaels Mount, one of the most eye-catching landmarks connected by a narrow causeway at Marazion with popular bathing beach, is a stunning sight. Porthcurno with its famous Minack open-air theatre and breath-taking sands are must see locations.
3 Bedrooms Sleeps 6 Ground Floor: Sitting Room with wood-burner and 32" TV. Kitchen/Dining Room. Shower Room and WC. First Floor: Bedroom 1 with 5' Bed. Bedroom 2 Twin. Bathroom, bath, shower over and WC. Second Bathroom, bath, shower over and WC. Bedroom 3 Twin. Other Amenities: FREE Wi-Fi. Dishwasher and washer/dryer. Bed linen and electric heating included. Towels provided at a charge of £3.50 per set. One well behaved pet welcome at £50 per week by arrangement with the owner. Parking is available in the car park adjacent to the cottage.
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Beaches in the area
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