Two flights of steps from entrance foyer. Spacious living/dining room with wooden floor, views to the sea and access to roof terrace. Spacious well-equipped kitchen with range (for cooking), granite work surfaces, breakfast table and tiled floor. Study/reading area. Two double bedrooms, both with 6ft zip and link bed and television; one with en-suite bathroom with shower attachment and toilet, one with en-suite shower room and toilet. Separate cloakroom.
- Elec, Night Storage Heating, underfloor heating (in en-suites), bed linen and towels inc
- travel cot
- Three Freeview televisions
- iPod dock
- Range inc
- Microwave Oven
- Tel (honesty box)
- Large shared lawned garden with patio, terrace and furniture
- Parking (for
- Shared indoor/outdoor heated swimming pool (15m x 6m, depth 0.9m to 3m)
- Shared sauna, hot tub and changing room
- No smoking
- Unsuitable for the infirm
- NB: 9 steps to garden with water feature
Carnethic Penthouse is set in the award-winning gardens of a Regency country house on the edge of Fowey on Cornwall's south coast. The holiday property has been awarded the VisitBritain Gold Award 2011 and it enjoys shared use of a heated 15m swimming pool, sauna, hot tub and changing room. The pool lies within beautiful gardens, set to lawn with shrubs, trees and plants and the pool house has a retractable glass roof, which can be opened to enjoy the sun or closed to maintain a perfect environment to enjoy the warm water of the pool.
The Penthouse lies on the edge of historic Fowey, a picturesque town with quaint, narrow streets as well as steps and alleys that lead down to the quays and estuary. Visitors can enjoy browsing around the array of shops, restaurants and pubs and sampling the local seafood specialities. The town hosts an annual regatta, and sailing enthusiasts can take advantage of boat hire and a sailing school. In May each year, the renowned Daphne du Maurier Festival of Arts and Literature is held in Fowey and St Austell Bay, celebrating the life and works of the author and the association of her work with Cornwall and Fowey. The delightful fishing port of Polperro is well worth a visit, with its whitewashed cottages lining narrow alleys and an assortment of shops selling local crafts and freshly-caught seafood. Not to be missed by any visitor to Cornwall is a visit to the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the educational Eden Project.
Sea fishing, diving, sailing, kayaking, dolphin spotting and river trips can all be arranged in the town. Shops 500 yards, public house ¾ mile.