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Holiday Cottages in Portscatho

Portscatho is a former pilchard-fishing village about 5 miles from St Mawes.

Portscatho has remained relatively unchanged over the years and still retains its old traditional charm.

The village has a small sandy beach and a harbour. The cove is very sheltered and is therefore ideal for safe bathing. A red sea mine stands above the harbour and is used to collect money for charity. Beside this sea mine is a memorial to those killed in the Burma war, who have no known resting place.

There is one pub, the Plume of Feathers, which is owned by St Austell Brewery. There is also a butchers, a grocers and several galleries and gift shops.

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From £415 per week
  • Sleeps 4
  • Friday changeover
  • Children welcome
  • 2 Pets Allowed
  • Free WiFi
  • Real Fire
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    From £415 per week

This delightful detached Cornish cottage on the Roseland Peninsula is situated approximately 1/4 mile down a private lane in a secluded wooded valley. Just a 10 minute, streamside traffic ...

Ref: 1250
From £633 per week
  • Sleeps 5
  • Saturday changeover
  • Children welcome
  • 1 Pet Allowed
  • Free WiFi
  • Sea View
  • Price
    From £633 per week

Commanding superb sea views from the top of the village square, Dormer Villas is a stone's throw from the sandy cove at Portscatho and the picturesque harbour, on the exclusive and ...

                   
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