12 steps (with handrail) to entrance. Spacious living/sun room with wood-burning stove, French doors to balcony, wooden floor and sea views. Dining room with feature fireplace. Well-equipped farmhouse style kitchen with tiled floor. Double bedroom with sea views. Twin bedroom with country views. Bunk bedroom with television. Shower room. Separate toilet. First floor: Master bedroom with 5ft bed, television, country and sea views with en-suite bathroom with shower attachment and toilet.
- Wood-burning stove - fuel inc
- Elec, full oil central heating, bed linen and towels inc
- travel cot
- Three Freeview televisions
- Two DVDs (small library)
- Microwave Oven
- Washing machine
- American-style Fridge/freezer
- Large lawned garden with decking and furniture
- Ample parking
- Secure cycle store
- Boat storage
- Badminton net and croquet set
- No smoking
This spacious, detached holiday home, set within ¾ of an acre, sits in one of the most enviable locations on the beautiful South Cornwall Coast. The small hamlet of Portmellon is just a short stroll along the cliff path from Mevagissey, and is a secluded hideaway with stunning views across the bay and along the coast. The beach is a short stroll down the lane and provides all that guests will need for that special family day including swimming and rock pooling. A short walk along a track from the house leads to Chapel Point, a small headland with a quiet secluded beach, a 'local secret'. The Cornish Coastal Path passes close to the house and leads to the villages of Gorran Haven to the west and Mevagissey to the east. The beaches of Portmellon and Gorran Haven have free boat launching and Bosprennis has ample space to store your boat. The area lends itself to exploring Cornwall as Portmellon is situated close to the Roseland Peninsula and the Lost Gardens of Heligan with its local farm shop, just a few miles away, as is the world famous Eden Project. Explore fine old country houses and gardens, some of the country's finest are all within easy driving distance, together with some wonderful beaches, many of which are almost totally unchanged and look as they must have done in times gone by. The pretty villages of St Mawes, Tregony and Veryan are all close by. Truro, Cornwall's capital, is easily reached and still has an old world charm with narrow cobbled streets and individual shops, a wide range of restaurants, theatre and cinema. Sailing, fishing, horse riding, golf, kayaking and sightseeing boat trips are all available close by. Shop ½ mile, public house 500 yards.