A charming former fisherman's cottage

A charming former fisherman's cottage

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

The cottage has recently been renovated and with a lot of the original features kept. It is located in the centre of the village close to restuaruants and pubs and the harbour front. It is enjoys a slightly warmer climate than the rest of the UK and is approximately 7 miles from the most westerly point Lands end.


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More about us

  1. We are a couple who enjoy travelling

  2. We have our own scaffolding company

  3. We play golf and like the beach

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Where is it?


As the village is over 200 years old a lot of the properties are close together and therefore the community is very close. A lot of the properties are holiday homes and there are very few locals still living in the village. The harbour has a small beach and is great for children and adults can relax as it is all closed in.

Buzzy restaurants
Newlyn Meadery is a good local family restaurant.
Cool bars
The ship Inn a typical local fisherman's pub
Cozy cafés
2 Fore Street and The Coastguard Hotel
Retail therapy
Truro is about 35 miles away. St. Ives has some unique shops
Bit of culture
The Tate Gallery and Newlyn School Of Art are also places of interest
Walks in the park
Coastal paths
Spot of exercise
Golf courses nearby, walks around the coast path, surfing and cycling are all within easy reach.
Day tripping
The Isles Of Scilly are situated 25 miles from the mainland and can be accessed by boat or by plane.

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