Dolphins, St Mawes
At A Glance
- Sleeps 4
- Pets Welcome
- Flexible Changeover
£300 - £725
Christmas & New Year availability
LAST MINUTE AVAILABILITY
Property DescriptionA nicely presented, heavily beamed and cosy 18th century fisherman's cottage tucked away in a quiet lane and yet only 50 yards or so from the beach. Dolphins is close to all the village amenities and ferries to Place, Falmouth and Truro.The small porch leads to the kitchen/dining room which is well equiped and includes fridge, electric oven, ceramic hob, washer/dryer and oven/microwave.
Stairs lead to the first floor sitting room with heavily beamed ceiling and views to the Carrick Roads and St Mawes and Pendennis castles. A TV/DVD, HiFi and a selection of puzzles and games are provided. Leading off the sitting room are the double bedroom(with stained glass windows), family bathroom with overbath shower WC and washbasin and twin bedded room (2'6" beds) with glimpses of the Percuil river.
Night storage heaters throughout make this a cosy cottage.
WIFI signal can be picked up from the house below.
Parking is available 50 yards away during November to Easter(overnight at all times). Further parking is available on the quay or in the main car park a short distance away.
Tariff & Availability
We have just spent a lovely week in this delightful cottage. It is well equipped, clean, comfy and considering there were 2 adults, 2 teenagers and a black lab there was plenty of room - especially in the living room area. The position is perfect, so near to everything in St Mawes and as tucked down a small lane really peaceful. We could see the sea from the first floor windows. The big plus for the teenagers was that BT wi-fi was available on their gadgets through BT hub if you are a BT customer; and the big plus for the dog was that we could take him onto the beach by the harbour (the other 2 in St Mawes aren't dog friendly in the summer). Parking was easy in the main car parks and we did park outside after 6pm a couple of times as you can. It's such a lovely town - lots to do and see, great eateries (Victory Inn & Tresanton in particular). The peninsular is quite stunning, lots of walks and beaches and not packed with tourists like other parts of Cornwall in the summer.