Our Portscatho holiday cottages are set around the harbour and small beach overlooking Gerrans Bay on the south coast of Cornwall. The pretty villages of Portscatho and Gerrans are in a great location on The Roseland with great acces to the beaches and coastline. Choose from a great selection of Portscatho cottages to make the most of these great villages.
There are stunning sea views from this cosy ground floor apartment across Portscatho and Gerrans Bay, to Gull Rock and Dodman Point
This former coastguard cottage has glorious views over Gerrans Bay to Hare Head, Gull Rock and the village of Portscatho with its small harbour, shops, art gallery and well known pub The Plume of Feathers is some 400 yards away.
Located in the heart of Portscatho 1 Harbour Court is a recently fully refurbished ground floor apartment with sea views from the lounge window and the shared courtyard.
This cosy ground floor apartment is well situated in the popular village of Portscatho and has the benefit of private off road parking and lovely sea views across Gerrans Bay to Gull Rock, Nare Head and Dodman Point
This apartment has stunning sea views of Portscatho harbour and Gerrans Bay. On a clear day you can see as far as Rame Head, and at night you can often see the light flashing on the Eddystone Lighthouse.
Located just a few steps away from the beach and within 100 metres of all the other local amenities this comfortable apartment, for two adults or a family of four, is ideally situation in the middle of Portscatho just of the village square.
Kinpol is a charming hideaway for two people with the added bonus of a dedicated parking space.
Tehidy (the place of retreat in Cornish) is quietly situated in a no through road just a 10 minute walk from Porthcurnick beach, and the centre of Portscatho with its good range of facilities
Puffin is a super beachside apartment situated in the middle of Portscatho with wonderful sea views that take in the harbour, Gerrans Bay, Gull Rock and as far as Rame Head
Pengerein has some of the best views in the old fishing village of Portscatho and is conveniently situated next to the South West coast path about four minutes walk from the village square.