Bay View has a most unique position in Cadgwith, situated at the top of the slipway leading directly onto the beach and opposite the Cadgwith Cove Inn. Grade 2 listed, it was built in the 18th century to house a large capstan used to winch up seine boats, originally used for pilchard fishing. The house is well maintained and has a modern kitchen and living area including slate flooring throughout, with the addition of a cosy wood burning stove for winter. Lulled by the sound of the waves, you can enjoy sea views from the main bedroom and sitting room. French windows lead out to the garden, and here you can watch the daily activities of the local fishermen, village events, or just relax and enjoy your holiday.
ACCOMMODATION: FIRST FLOOR: DOUBLE BEDROOM, TWIN BEDROOM: both with internet radio. BATHROOM: with bath, shower, basin, shaver point and WC. GROUND FLOOR: OPEN PLAN KITCHEN and LIVING ROOM: fully fitted kitchen with washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave, and fridge/freezer; living room area with cast iron wood burning stove, HD satellite TV (Sky+), DVD; table, chairs and 2 sofas. GARDEN: large (shared) garden with outdoor furniture and slipway leading directly onto the beach (owner's boat). HEATING: storage heaters and wood burning stove. PARKING: season ticket for the public car park 500 yards away, but there is usually a space nearby to park temporarily. SPECIAL NOTES: the owners have two friendly cats and live on site in self-contained premises. The village remains a working environment, and in rough weather boats may be pulled up onto the slipway or garden. No children under 5 years of age due to the cliff edge and slipway. Security Deposit: £100. For customer reviews click the Guest Book button above.
24 March 2018
Peter Olner, Sutton Coldfield
Bay View was as wonderful as ever. A beautiful property, which has been refurbished since our last stay, and is so comfortable. Lovely owner next door as well.
08 July 2017
Keith Scott, Northampton
We had a very enjoyable holiday at Bay View, with its superb location and comfortable accommodation. Having stayed previously at Ruan Minor, we were familiar with Cadgwith both for its beauty and authenticity, and not forgetting Monty Halls and the BBC. A few suggestions for improvements - the bathroom door was extremely difficult to lock and the installation of better wardrobes would benefit the holidaymaker and enhance the spec of the property (these comments are observations and not complaints).[Owner's note - issues being addressed for 2018]. Truly a magical location and we hope to return soon.
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