Ref-004898 Mousehole, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Sleeps 4
- Sea Views From Every Room
- Short Walk To Beach
- Central Location
- Short Walk To Pubs And Restaurants
- Coastal Location
- Nearby Golfing
- Wireless Internet Access
- Wood Burners
- Nearby Fishing
A delightful luxury cottage, with fabulous sea views and a superb location. You really can’t beat a stay at The Lifeboat House.
Located just a couple of minutes from the harbour your retreat awaits as the perfect place to watch the mesmerizing and ever changing sea. The cottage has been finished to a high spec and you will be charmed from the moment you walk through the door.
The cottage is laid out over 3 floors. Walk through the front door and there is a toilet and coat room and the master bedroom with ensuite bath and shower room. Downstairs to the lower ground floor is the twin bedroom with ensuite shower room and access to the courtyard.
Upstairs you will find the wonderful open plan living space with the lovely views over the harbour and across to St Clement’s Island.
Outside there is a small courtyard in front of the cottage and at the back there is a charming courtyard with sea views.
Please note that there is no parking space with this cottage as with many of the Mousehole properties. The lane outside is quiet and you are able to pull over and drop off.
There is parking available just a short distance away in the car park which is readily available and the cost is just £3 per day.
There is a shed outside for storing things in if required.
** Please note that a £200 reimbursable damage deposit will be required. Please contact us for any further details.**
Mousehole is one of the most picturesque seaside towns in Cornwall. An iconic harbour facing Mounts Bay, this little fishing port has retained its original character, charm and beauty. Lying within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, about three miles west of Penzance, its network of tiny, narrow streets are great for exploring. Wander around the yellow lichened houses and discover tucked away art galleries, restaurants and café’s as well as numerous historic buildings, chronicling its rich seafaring history, dating back to the 16th Century.