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Perfect Coastal Bolthole
Prepare to be wowed on every level in this perfect bolthole for 4.
With stylish modern decor, this family-sized accommodation is light and spacious, designed to exacting standards, providing you with a delightful, award-winning 5-star Cornish coastal retreat.
Located in a quiet road near Pebble House, this sprawling 2-bedroomed bungalow provides superb sea views over the bay of the traditional fishing village of Mevagissey. Hosts, Andrea and Simon, have spared no expense to provide all that you need for your holiday. With a keen eye for detail, standards are exacting and your welcome will be warm.
Drink in the views from the relaxing, newly refurbished accommodation whose lounge, dining room (with original iconic Eames glass dining table), kitchen and terrace all look out to sea.
The open-plan design fashions a sense of space and serenity while encouraging family togetherness. Complimentary Wi-Fi, Sky Q, Bang and Olufsen Bluetooth speaker and Bose radio create a luxury home from home entertainment package, so hunker around the warming log-burner after a day of exploring, and relax in style together in the large lounge with super-comfy sofas.
A fully-equipped kitchen (with mood lighting and underfloor heating) and utility room equipped with a large American style fridge-freezer, adjoined by a separate dining room, leads on to the terrace for al fresco dining.
This perfect holiday home offers you 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with mood lighting and underfloor heating. 2 king-sized beds are there for your comfort, one of which can be separated into a twin option.
The master bedroom has a super king-sized bed, plus two ensuite bathrooms one with a double-ended bath and the other with an extra-large walk-in shower. It also has its own dressing room. The second bedroom also has a large walk-in shower. As you can see, attention to detail is second to none in this coastal retreat.
A peaceful terraced sun trap garden is equipped with garden furniture, while sun loungers complete the scene.
Situated right on the South-West Coast Path, five minutes away by car are The Lost Gardens of Heligan, and just a little further is the Eden Project. Truro, Cornwall’s only city, is 20 minutes by car. Historic Charlestown (Poldark) is also close by or why not take a ferry trip to Fowey?
With its quaint charm and pretty backstreets, Mevagissey is a wonderful location for you to book your Cornish holiday cottage. Mevagissey is a cute and quintessential Cornish fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall, with a lot to offer. Holidaymakers like to enjoy traditional fish and chips on the harbourside, whilst watching the boats bob up and down on the water. Crabbing is also a popular activity for children and big kids too, on the harbour walls.
Falling on the trail of the south-west coast path, it is an ideal place for walkers, being only a short stroll out of the village on either side to join the path and take in some spectacular views along the coastline. In summer months, sailing boats can often be spotted cruising along on the water.
It wouldn’t be a holiday without a spot of gift shopping and Mevagissey has a delightful selection of independent shops, galleries and cafes dotted along the bunting lined street. You will also find some real pubs with a real Cornish welcome awaiting you. The Harbour Tavern is one such pub and is known for its fresh seafood and selection of locally sourced Cornish drinks, make sure to check it out while you are there.
A short drive from your self-catering holiday in Mevagissey, you can find The Lost Gardens of Heligan. These Victorian gardens were only rediscovered in the 1990s after becoming overgrown and lost to nature. Volunteers have been working ever since to restore the gardens to their former glory and they include a jungle, a kitchen garden and wildflower meadows. If you enjoy gardens, then Pinetum Gardens just outside Charlestown is also a great place to spend an afternoon.
Spending time on the beach is always high on a Cornish holiday agenda and Mevagissey and its surrounding areas have some lovely ones to choose from. Mevagissey’s own beach is around a quarter of a mile along the coast path and has 200 steps to descend down but is pretty and sheltered. Other beaches nearby include Pentewan Beach, Portmellon Beach and Gorran Haven Beach. Gorran Haven has a wonderful village beach vibe, quiet and away from a lot of the crowds, this beach is brilliant for a lazy family day out and has places to get lunch too.
This south coast is steeped in history and a visit to Wheal Martyn Clay Works gives an insight into Cornwall’s past. Poldark fans will be familiar with the harbour village of Charlestown which is slightly east of Mevagissey. Charlestown is a small harbour and has regularly been used as a filming location for one of TV’s favourite programs.
In all, your Mevagissey holiday cottage will not disappoint and you will be returning again and again.
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Spectacular sea views
AA 5-Star Gold Award
2 ensuite bedrooms
Fully fitted kitchen
10 minutes’ walk to the village
50" Smart TV with Sky
Close to the beach
Wi-Fi, Sky Q, and Bose