This lovingly restored cottage for two is beautifully and so thoughtfully presented. With feature log burner and an inviting hot tub it makes for the perfect romantic bolthole for a couple looking for some precious time away.
This converted stable is at the end of a beautiful wooded valley and offers complete tranquillity. Less than 0.5 mile from Pendower Beach reached along a footpath beside the stream, the Stables provides a wonderful tucked away retreat on the Roseland Peninsula.
This two bedroom bungalow finished to an exceptional standard has glorious views over Gerrans Bay to Nare Head, Gull Rock and the village of Portscatho and harbour below. The local shops, art gallery and well known pub The Plume of Feathers is some 150 metres away.
Little Venn is a quaint fisherman's Cottage situated in the heart of the village of St Mawes, it is set back from the Harbour in a small road. This fisherman's cottage has been converted and modernised to suit all your needs for a holiday in St Mawes
Lorick Cottage is situated in Veryan in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula. A delightful Grade 11 listed traditional property. The cottage is full of character only a mile away from the beautiful Roseland coast line.
This second floor apartment offers wonderful views over the roof tops across to Place and also to St Anthony's Head and beyond to the Lizard Peninsula. It is so central to St Mawes being less than 50 metres to the Quay for the ferry to Falmouth. The apartment is bright and airy with a Juliet balcony and is very nicely presented.
Once a sea pilot's cottage that dates to the early nineteenth century, the feature rooms all face south and offer superb panoramic views from the harbour to the Lizard Peninsula. Today the property is a spacious and comfortable home with a glorious outdoor terrace and only a few minutes walk to the Quay
One king sized double bedroom and one twin bedroom.
A wonderful contemporary feel awaits in this traditional stone cottage. Right in the heart of the village, it is almost next to the beach. The elevated front patio makes for a great sun trap and a relaxed setting for outdoor dining.
Enjoying a setting amongst rolling hills and right in the heart of this quaint village, this most attractive character cottage built from Cornish slate and granite accommodates up to four guests in comfort. Ideally placed to sight see the Roseland, it is also an ideal retreat for rest and relaxation.
The charm of this cottage lives up to the name. So very central to benefit from all the amenities and 50 metres from the quay, it offers spacious and traditional accommodation that our guests really enjoy.