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Cosy lounge with electric feature fire
Open plan lounge and dining area
Nautical touches throughout the cottage
Prefectly equipped for two
Well equipped kitchen
Spacious double bedroom
Relax and unwind with a morning coffee
Bathroom feature
Bathroom with shower over the bath
Relax in the shared garden
Entrance to Sea Cell
1 / 11  Cosy lounge with electric feature fire
2 / 11  Open plan lounge and dining area
3 / 11  Nautical touches throughout the cottage
4 / 11  Prefectly equipped for two
5 / 11  Well equipped kitchen
6 / 11  Spacious double bedroom
7 / 11  Relax and unwind with a morning coffee
8 / 11  Bathroom feature
9 / 11  Bathroom with shower over the bath
10 / 11  Relax in the shared garden
11 / 11  Entrance to Sea Cell

Sea Cell

Polruan, Cornwall
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
3 star
Downstairs bathroom
Waterside views
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Romantic
Apartment
Towels included
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At a glance

  • A cosy property for two enjoying river and village views 
  • Located just a view minutes’ walk from the quay with shops, pubs and beach at low tide
  • Take the ferry over to Fowey with a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants 
  • For days out visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre
  • Easy access to the coastal path and Cardinham Woods with its waymarked trails
Property code: PC057

A cosy property with river views conveniently positioned in Polruan only a few minutes’ walk from the quay and benefitting from easy access of the South West Coastal Path.

Located in Polruan a small fishing village, this cosy property for two is situated close to the Quay and beach at low tide. Take the ferry, which runs every fifteen minutes across to Fowey with an array of shops, restaurants, aquarium and cafes. For walkers there is easy access on to the coastal path or head a little further afield and visit Cardinham Woods with waymarked trails to enjoy through scenic woodland. For days out, visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan offering 200 acres of ancient land and plants to be discovered. Alternatively, and within easy reach, visit and explore the Carnglaze Caverns home to mining history, faeries and subterranean lake.

Enter the property and head into the lounge/dining area with river views and wood burner effect electric fire, the perfect place to relax on the sofa at the end of the day and watch your favourite film on the TV/DVD. Step into the kitchen which enjoys village and river views, the ideal place to cook an evening meal or light lunch. The kitchen is equipped with electric oven and hob, fridge and microwave. At the end of the day when it’s time to head to bed, you will find a double bedroom. Completing the accommodation is the a shower room and WC.

Heading outside there is a shared garden/ patio area where you can enjoy the river views. There is no parking available at the property however parking is available in nearby car parks (charges apply).

  • 1 bedroom – Double
  • 1 shower room
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge and microwave
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Electricity and electric heating included
  • Parking is available in nearby car park (charges apply)
  • Regret no pets
  • Shop, pub/restaurants and beach within walking distance
  • TV/DVD in lounge
  • Annex, backs onto main house.
  • Polruan is a quaint little village situated on a very steep hill, so access to some parts of the village can be challenging.
  • Many of the amenities, ferries and cottages in Polruan are accessed via steps some of which can be steep. Please contact us if you have specific requirements.
  • There are many small winding streets that are not suitable for cars, therefore many properties in Polruan do not have private parking. However, there is a large pay and display carpark at the top of the village.

This property is personally managed by Louise.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 4 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
4
Overall equipment
3.5
Overall comfort
3
Overall location
3.8

Reviewed by Gwilym 30th September 2019

This property suited our requirements an was a good base for walking locally. Ideal for a short stay as garden access is not easy and the level of comfort is not brilliant simply because the property is small. However we had a lovely time but if coming to the area again I would look for a slightly more trad country cottage property with a wood burnRead moreing stove etc. Hide

Reviewed by Janette 14th September 2019

Beautiful location for walkers but not much else to do. To get out you definitely need a car

Reviewed by Susan 31st August 2019

The cottage was good value for money, but a little tired. Polruan is a very quiet village, the steep hill is a challenge, so no good for anyone with any disabilities, unless equipped with an electric scooter. All facilities, 2 pubs and 2 shops are at the foot of it, including the ferry to Fowey, which you need if you want anything else. Would recomRead moremend to people for walking or just wanting total escapism. Hide

Reviewed by Elizabeth 23rd June 2019

We really liked the property and it was much more spacious than the pictures suggest. We liked the lounge upstairs with the view and cooler bedroom downstairs. Some of the furniture is a little dated and could be modernised. The town is lovely and quiet but only 1 pub was serving meals which limited the options. Great base to explore from, especialRead morely the coast path. Hide

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Location

Map
Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

The ancient fishing village of Polruan lies just across the river from the delightful civil parish of Fowey, a bustling picturesque town packed with quirky coastal shops, art galleries and restaurants. Surrounded by some of the region’s most enchanting countryside, this pair of Cornish cousins have a truly magical feel about them. Polruan, with its steep hill and charming cottages looking down over the pretty harbour, and Fowey with its timeless maritime charm, are linked together by the Fowey Estuary, a haven of colourful sailing and fishing boats dotted about on the water.

A short drive away are the nearby harbours of East and West Looe with their quayside restaurants, sandy beaches and wildlife boat trips. The village of Polperro, with its fascinating smuggling history and horse pulled tram is a must-see and Charlestown, with its huge square sail ships is famously known as the key filming location for the hit TV series, Poldark. Children will love winding their way through the scenic coastal landscape with the Bodmin and Wenford Railway and for those brave enough, there is ample opportunity to hunt down the mysterious beast of Bodmin Moor.

The beautiful capital town of Truro with its magnificent cathedral and wide boulevards is just over an hour away by car and the newly redeveloped St Austell, home to the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan can be reached within forty-five minutes. Surrounded by gorgeous countryside and nature reserves, lakes and rivers, the area boasts some of the best sailing and watersports in the UK. If you are looking for somewhere remote and unspoilt, but with lots to keep you busy, Polruan is the perfect choice.

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