If you are looking for a holiday on the Lizard peninsula with spacious accommodation, spectacular sea views, parking outside, a lovely garden and in a village location, then look no further. This beautiful characterful cottage with its traditional serpentine stone was a family home for a number of years and blends both modern and traditional. The Lizard village has a lively atmosphere with good pubs, restaurants, craft shops, butcher/delicatessen, and grocery stores. All these are a stone`s throw away, as are the many superb walks and beaches of the area. The cottage is built on the site of the original coastguard`s cottage and has panoramic sea views towards the Lizard lighthouse from the front of the property, as well as sea glimpses towards Kynance Cove from the rear.
ACCOMMODATION: ENTRANCE HALL: large open plan LOUNGE/DINING AREA: comfortable seating around a log burning stove, TV/DVD player. DINING AREA: with large table and chairs, large bay windows and window seats, oil fired stove with radiators. UTILITY ROOM: with large Miele fridge/freezer. KITCHEN: fitted with Zanussi electric cooker, dishwasher, microwave, second fridge, washing machine, oil fired Rayburn, slate floor. Separate DINING/SITTING AREA: catches the evening sunshine and wonderful sunsets. Separate WC. Open tread staircase to FIRST FLOOR: LARGE FAMILY BEDROOM: double bed and two single beds, nursery corner with cot, changing mat. EN SUITE BATHROOM: with corner bath, separate electric shower, WC and washbasin. One DOUBLE BEDDED ROOM, and LARGE FOUR POSTER DOUBLE BEDDED ROOM. All bedrooms have sea views and TV. BATHROOM: with bath, shower, WC and washbasin. GARDEN: at front of the house with table and chairs. Barbecue. HEATING: oil fired central heating (£30 extra if required) and log burning stove. PARKING: space for 2 cars in drive. TELEPHONE: incoming calls only. PETS: small dogs by arrangement. SPECIAL NOTES: Towels included. Cot, high chair and baby bath available. Security Deposit: £100.
14 April 2017
Spacious, clean, great location. In a magical part of the world. Great food at the local pub and the Coast bistro. Must visit Kynance, and walk to Cadgwith - 2 hours but worth it!
The Sheldons and Bert the dog
25 May 2018
A surprisingly large cottage. Wonderful views. Lovely area of Cornwall. The children loved it. A lovely holiday, with some lovely memories. Will definitely be back.
John, Victoria, Thomas and Kiera
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