Overlooking the beach and offering far-reaching views across Mount’s Bay towards the Lizard Peninsula, this bright, fresh and light-filled reverse-level cottage makes a fabulous base for exploring the furthest reaches of West Cornwall. Offering ample space for up to three guests, the property sits along the coastal road along the edge of the traditional fishing port of Porthleven. Ideal for couples, friends and smaller families, this cheerful retreat has been tastefully updated and features spacious living areas and stylish furnishings, providing cosy accommodation for keen walkers following the route of the South West Coast Path as it passes by the door.
Entering the cottage, head upstairs to the first floor and into the bright and welcoming open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The delightful lounge has plenty of seating and a Smart TV, making a lovely space to snuggle up and watch a movie at the end of a fabulous day. The dining area is over by the windows, with far-reaching sea views providing a backdrop to mealtimes. The stylishly arranged kitchen has plenty of equipment and storage space. Returning to the ground floor you will find two airy and relaxing bedrooms: a pretty king-size room and a charming single, both with fantastic sea views. This floor also has the stylish and invigorating bathroom. Outside, the property has its own parking bay nearby, and steps over the road lead down onto the beautiful secluded beach.
Porthleven offers an array of cafes, restaurants and galleries, with a picturesque working harbour providing a source of fresh seafood. Inland, the market town of Helston (2.5 miles) is home to the famous Flambards Theme Park, with nearby attractions including the Helston Railway, Poldark Mine and Godolphin House and Gardens, all within 6 miles. Heading west you can visit St Michael’s Mount off the coast of Marazion (9 miles).