Approached via a bridleway that connects to the spectacular coastal path, Higher Roskorwell is a wonderful 18th century Cornish stone cottage located in an area of outstanding natural beauty on The Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall.
Offering all the modern comforts of home, combined with traditional character features it provides the perfect setting for a romantic break or family holiday.
Step inside this pretty cottage and you will find a cosy sitting room with an inglenook fire place housing a multi fuel stove, a traditional country kitchen diner, equipped with a Rayburn oven and electric cooker is, ideal to practice your baking skills.
On the first floor, three pretty bedrooms that look out across the peaceful Cornish countryside; two double bedrooms, plus a sitting room with double sofa bed and wood burning stove.
A ground floor bathroom with bath and shower over and first floor shower room completes the interior of this pretty cottage.
Outside you will find the cottage garden is the perfect setting to unwind with a good book or watch the setting sun with your favourite tipple.
Set just outside the little village of St Keverne on Cornwall’s Lizard Peninsula, this a perfect base for exploring.
Visit nearby Roskilly’s where you can wander through the meadows and ponds, meet the animals and sample the famous ice cream.
The farm is also dog friendly.
Follow the South West Coast Path through the picturesque Cornish fishing villages of Porthallow and Porthoustock and enjoy the beautiful coastal views across Falmouth Bay to St. Anthony's Head.
Wander along the leafy river bank of the Helford River where at St Anthony, sailing boats, motorboats, kayaks and dinghies can be hired.
Enjoy a pub lunch at Coverack with its little harbour and beautiful beach at low tide, you may even spot a Dolphin or two from here.
A stay on the Lizard Peninsula wouldn’t be complete without visiting the breathtaking Kynance Cove with it’s white sands and azure seas.
The village of St Keverne has a pretty village square, two family friendly pubs, a butchers, restaurant, post office and food shop/off-license.
Further along the coast you will find the bustling village of Porthleven a secret surfing haven for experienced wave riders, where you can also sit beside the harbour and enjoy a pasty from the famous Ann’s Pasties of The Lizard, fun dining at The Mussel Shoal or fine dining at the Michael Cains restaurant, previously owned by Rick Stein.
Whether you are coming to explore this beautiful untouched part of Cornwall, seeking a haven to relax and recharge batteries, or simply reliving family holidays at the Cornish seaside, Higher Roskorwell will make a perfect choice.