This traditional Cornish stone cottage retains many of its early 19th century features, with charm and character and a cosy cottage feel, it has everything you need for a quiet romantic break.
Set in the village of Polruan it is well placed for a stroll to the blockhouse or cliff paths, and being only seconds away from the centre of the village with a cafe, shops, pubs, beach, coal wharf and the foot passenger ferry to Fowey. For the walkers amongst you head onto the South West Coast Path which takes you along the shores of South Cornwall. If you prefer to be on the water you can head over to Fowey and explore the river on one of the many boat trips on offer. There are lots of places to visit in the area including St Catherine’s Castle, Lanhydrock House and Garden and the Eden Project.
The front door opens into a cosy lounge/diner with TV/DVD and a wood burner. In the dining area is a dining table which is positioned by the front window so you can sit and enjoy the views of the river and all the river activity while you enjoy your dinner. The kitchen is well-equipped and has all the essentials for creating meals for two, with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, dishwasher and a washer/dryer. Here you will also find a handy porch which has ample room for boots and coats. On the first floor is a shower room with shower and WC. Next door is the -king-size bedroom with character recesses and a feature fireplace, however, your eyes are usually drawn to the stunning view through the window.
Outside the property there is a small raised patio area to the front of the cottage, with outdoor table and chairs. There is no parking at the property, however, parking is available at the nearby car parks where charges apply. A luggage drop off point can be found 50 yards from the cottage.