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
20 May 2016
Nicola Jones, Montgomery
We were very happy at Old Coastguard Cottage. The weather was very changeable during our stay but it was a lovely house and garden to sit in and just enjoy. If we couldn't walk, we stayed put! We particularly liked the location of the house - it was quiet, but well situated for shops and pubs and also central to many local walks, which meant we could leave the car mostly at home and walk. Working WiFi would have been helpful, and we found it difficult parking in the driveway, but overall we had a very enjoyable stay.
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