Court Cottage (2426)

4.1 miles NE of Port Isaac | Sleeps 4 + cot* | Price Band G (£375 - £879)

As you turn off the Atlantic Highway, down towards the coast and into the unspoilt hamlet of Treligga, you will just know that you are going to have a most wonderful holiday. Semi-detached Court Cottage nestles in the middle of this peaceful hamlet and is the perfect Cornish cottage, complete with window shutters and a sheltered slate patio overlooking the enclosed front garden. Inside, slate and wooden floors complement the mix of painted furniture and seaside themed pictures, the open plan living-room with a striking wood-burner. The bathroom is newly refurbished and a step leads down into the galley kitchen, overlooking the patio. Upstairs, the bedrooms divide off from the landing, the master bedroom furnished with a beautiful metal bedstead.

From the cottage, a short walk across open fields leads down to the South West Coast Path and Tregardock beach, an excellent surfing spot which is accessed over the cliffs. For less energetic guests, the delights of Port Isaac, Padstow and Polzeath are close at hand, with their plethora of beaches, restaurants and shops to investigate.

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Ground Floor

Entrance hall.
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player, iPod dock, wood-burner and Dining-area.
Step to Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher.
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin.

First Floor

Bedroom 1 with double bed.
Bedroom 2 with twin beds.

*A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.

Features

  • 3 NS heaters and 1 panel heater
  • Telephone (incoming only)
  • WiFi
  • Private parking for 2 medium-sized cars
  • Picnic table
  • Pub 2 miles
  • No smoking
  • Dogs welcome (1 small dog over the age of 1 year old only)
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available

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  • The garden path leads you to the delightful Court CottageThe garden path leads you to the delightful Court Cottage
  • The open plan living roomThe open plan living room
  • The double aspect master bedroomThe double aspect master bedroom
  • The local coastline within walking distance of Court Cottage.The local coastline within walking distance of Court Cottage.
  • The cottage kitchenThe cottage kitchen
  • The kitchen has all the equipment you need to cook up a holiday feastThe kitchen has all the equipment you need to cook up a holiday feast
  • The kitchen leads off from the living roomThe kitchen leads off from the living room
  • The open plan living room has a toasty woodburner making this an ideal retreat whatever the weatherThe open plan living room has a toasty woodburner making this an ideal retreat whatever the weather
  • From the dining room table you can look out onto the patioFrom the dining room table you can look out onto the patio
  • The cottage is so beautifully decorated throughoutThe cottage is so beautifully decorated throughout
  • The master bedroom has a lovely bedstead adorned with throws and cushionsThe master bedroom has a lovely bedstead adorned with throws and cushions
  • The twin bedroomThe twin bedroom
  • The twin bedroom is light and airy and has plenty of storageThe twin bedroom is light and airy and has plenty of storage
  • The delightful cottage bathroom is on the ground floorThe delightful cottage bathroom is on the ground floor
  • You'll be sorry to leaveYou'll be sorry to leave
  • The patio area at the back of Court CottageThe patio area at the back of Court Cottage
  • You can also enjoy alfresco dining in the front gardenYou can also enjoy alfresco dining in the front garden
  • There are so many stunning beaches to discover on this stretch of coastline from child friendly Daymer Bay, the surfers' favourite of Polzeath and this one..Trebarwith StrandThere are so many stunning beaches to discover on this stretch of coastline from child friendly Daymer Bay, the surfers' favourite of Polzeath and this one..Trebarwith Strand
  • Port Isaac (of Doc Martin fame) is a delightful fishing village with narrow streets, quirky shops, great places to eat and drink and  the occasional live performance by The Fishermans friendsPort Isaac (of Doc Martin fame) is a delightful fishing village with narrow streets, quirky shops, great places to eat and drink and the occasional live performance by The Fishermans friends
  • The town of Padstow is well worth a visitThe town of Padstow is well worth a visit