At A Glance


  • Sleeps 6
  • Saturday Changeover


Enjoy England - 4 Star Gold - Self CateringEnjoy England - 4 Star Gold - Self Catering


£485 - £1340

Property Features

Promotion price
No of TV's - 1
Parking - 1
Bathroom/showers - 2 (ensuite shower, bathroom with over bath shower)
Central heating
Children welcome
Linen and towels provided
No pets
Outside space
Washing machine
Cottages on the beach
Close to pub
Close to shops
Coastal path
Near to beach
Water views
Short Breaks
Sleeps up to 4
Sleeps up to 6
Four Star
Gold Award

Property Description

McKenzie is a modern family house with fantastic sea views and ample living accommodation for 6 people. McKenzie has reversed accommodation with the sitting room, kitchen and dinning room on the top floor to take full advantage of the great view.

The top floor of the house is where you will find the large lounge area with high ceilings, two sofas, flat screen TV, stereo system, coffee tables and Wi-Fi.

The Balcony with slate tiles, outdoor table and chairs provides an ideal place to watch the sea.

From the living area there is a door into the luxury kitchen diner with built in double oven, fridge freezer, electric hob, dishwasher and granite worktops. An oak dining table with six chairs provides more than ample room for everyone.

The entrance hall with plenty of room to leave your coats and shoes leads up to the bedrooms. The master bedroom has a double bed, chest of draws and a wardrobe and ensuite shower room with WC and hand basin.

The second bedroom is a twin bedroom and the third bedroom has bunk beds. There is a family bathroom with over bath shower on this level.

The house has full central heating.

In the garage there is a shower room to allow sandy wet suits to be washed off and a washing machine.

There is parking for 1 car directly in front of the garage door.

For larger parties 2 The Quarry and Lan-Y-Mor are next door.

This is a non-smoking property.


Portscatho is a traditional fishing village based around a small harbour. It is well served with a general local store, Ralphs which now has the Post office inside, a butchers, galleries and a gift shop. There is a high quality farm shop nearby. The village is well served by a cafe, The Boathouse a Pub in the village and a pub at the top of the hill in Gerrans and the harbour Club in the middle of the village.

Within a 20 minutes a walk along the coastal path you are at Portcurnick Beach home of the UK's Number 1 beach cafe the Hidden Hut with its huge sandy beach, rock pooling, swimming and all the fun of the seaside!

The cathedral city of Truro is accessible either by road of via The King Harry Ferry with Falmouth being a few miles further. Falmouth can alternatively be reached by the frequent Ferry service from the next village of St Mawes. The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project are fourty minutes drive away and there are many other National Trust Gardens & Houses to visit. There is a good choice of watersports locally include sailing SUP and windsurfing> Surfing is available on the North Cornish Coast which is only 45 minutes away.

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Guest Reviews

This was our first holiday on the Roseland Peninsula and it was made even more special by this lovely house; probably the nicest holiday property we've stayed in. As well as beautiful walks and views, we enjoyed visiting St Mawes, Truro and Falmouth. Thank you and we hope to return!

Catherine Mcevoy, London