Dock Cottage is a quaint fisherman's cottage, boasting idyllic harbour views, just off a one way road in the centre of Penzance, Cornwall.
Accessed via a passageway on Chapel Street, this lovely cottage is ideal for a couple or small group wanting to escape to the coast, while also being close to the amenities and attractions of Penzance.
Step inside the property and be met with a contemporary, bright kitchen/diner with neutral decor, wooden worktops and a charming dining table to enjoy meals at, lovingly prepared in the well-equipped kitchen area, kitted out with all the mod cons you could possibly need for a self-catered stay.
Upstairs you will find a cosy sitting room, where the electric fire adds warmth to a cosy night for two, enjoying a movie night on the TV, and the window offers superb harbour views, so you can truly appreciate your setting.
When it comes to catching a good night's rest, you will find bedrooms and bathrooms on both floors, ideal if you're a small group wanting your own space, consisting of a ground-floor single bedroom with large single bed, served by the family bathroom, along with a king-size double bedroom boasting further harbour views and an en-suite shower room with lovely Velux window.
Outside you will find off-road parking for one car just a short walk from the property, as well as a patio area where you can further enjoy the harbour views.
The property is in easy reach of the train station making it a ideal for a car-free holiday.
Head down the passageway to the main street of Penzance, where you will find a plethora of independent stores and supermarkets to pick up any amenities you require, along with a choice of pubs serving Cornish ale and restaurants serving fine food, should you wish to take a night off from cooking.
Walk down to the harbour, where you can jump on a boat and head out to sea to look for a variety of marine life known to inhabit the area, including dolphins and porpoises.
Avid walkers can easily access the South West Coast Path, which runs right through Penzance, leading you towards Land's End and encompassing sights like Lamorna Cove, Gwennap Head and the open air Minnack Theatre along the way.
Spend a day at the beach, also a short walk away, for a family-friendly afternoon sunbathing and splashing around in the sea, or head to the Jubilee Pool for an alternative swimming facility.
Wildlife lovers will relish the chance to explore Trewidden House & Gardens, boasting a 15-acre garden, filled with hundreds of different types of magnolias and camellias, planted originally in the 19th century.
Hop on a ferry to Marazion at Penzance Ferry terminal, where you can access a host of charming sandy beaches, as well as the magnificent St Michael's Mount, with its hilltop castle and Mediterranean gardens, which can be accessed via a causeway at low tide.
You can also reach the Isles of Scilly by boat or helicopter from Penzance, where you will be met with a stunning array of sandy beaches in a relaxed, quaint setting.
Escape to Dock Cottage for a coastal break in Penzance.