The open plan living-room with sofas around the wood-burner is perfect for relaxing with friends or family.
Both bedrooms have characteristic apex ceilings which add to the feeling of light and space.
The kitchen area is spacious with plenty of room to dine.
Pascoe's Pippin looks out over a sheltered courtyard.
A lovely cream tea awaits you on arrival...yum!
Nearby Long Sands looks out over Whitsand Bay.
Pascoe's Pippin is named after a Cornish cider apple.
Comfortable and cosy whatever time of year you come and stay...put your feet up and toast your toes!
Comfy sofas to relax in after a day out exploring.
Open plan living at its best.
The hand-built kitchen.
Stylish and well-equipped.
There's a private courtyard right outside the living-room.
Peeping into Bedroom 1 (which has a kingsize double bed).
Bedroom 1 has an en suite shower-room with big walk-in shower.
The fabulous en suite shower-room to the master bedroom.
Bedroom 2 has twin 3ft beds.
Bedroom two has countryside views.
Bedroom 2 has an en suite bathroom.
The en suite bathroom a bath with a fitted shower above.
Fabulous coastal footpaths are just a ten minute drive away.
Boats at anchor in nearby Looe, less than four miles away.
Looe hosts a wonderful music and literature festival in the autumn.
Cawsand and Kingsand are twin villages, with winding streets and shingle beaches as the tide goes out.
The Cremyll ferry pops across to The Barbican in Plymouth, a wonderfully vibrant waterside area.

Pascoe’s Pippin

3963

5.5 miles N of Looe / Sleeps 4 + cot

20% off for parties of 2 + cot or less at certain times of the year, view offer...

7 Nights from £428 - £1071

If you love the sound of birdsong and a wonderfully peaceful rural location, Pascoe’s Pippin is the perfect holiday home for you. Tucked down a little lane and surrounded by fields and woodland, the beaches, clifftop walks and waterside villages of the Cornish south coast are all nearby. Much thought has been given to the quality, furnishing and decor throughout, with the open plan ground floor having a bespoke hand-built kitchen, industrial-inspired dining furniture and comfortable seating set around a warming wood-burner. A door leads out to a private patio, perfect for morning coffee and evening drinks. The light-filled bedrooms have soaring apex ceilings, comfortable mattresses and en suite bathrooms with drench-head showers and big warming towel rails. Pascoe’s Pippin, formerly known as Pendragon, is a semi-detached barn conversion with lovely Hocking’s Green (3860) next door and a third beautiful cottage available soon, making this the ideal spot for families and friends to holiday together. Each cottage has its own outdoor area and look out to the central courtyard, with the Owners’ lovely old farmhouse opposite (facing away from the cottages). There is a shared grassy picnic-area in the beautifully landscaped grounds which guests are welcome to use, bordered by trees and providing a wonderful wildlife haven for woodland animals and birdlife.

Pascoe’s Pippin offers Farrow & Ball paints, oak work surfaces, Dualit appliances, Jamie Oliver cutlery and 400 thread count Egyptian bed linens, all showing the superb quality of this lovely cottage. The warm grey hand-built kitchen contrasts beautifully with crisp white walls, while bespoke curtains and blinds add touches of chic colour. The cottages are named after Cornish cider apples and local farms sell scrumpy cider, along with apple juice, honey and farmhouse ice cream. The countryside location belies the fact that the cottages are less than a mile from the A38, perfect for exploring far and wide. There are beaches at Looe, Seaton and Downderry just a ten minute drive away, with coastal footpaths offering spectacular views. Try shark fishing or shipwreck diving from Looe, or wander among ancient smugglers’ haunts in picturesque Polperro. The pretty coastal villages of Kingsand and Cawsand have narrow streets lined with old fishermen’s cottages and neighbouring Mount Edgcumbe Park – with its beautiful Tudor house, formal gardens, forest walks and rural workshops – is a delight. A foot ferry sails from Cremyll across Plymouth Sound to Royal William Yard, an evocatively historic, newly regenerated area offering restaurants, outdoor theatre productions and open-air cinema, arts and crafts markets and many artists-in-residence.


Ground Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Now TV and wood-burner. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher


First Floor

Bedroom 1 with double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with double shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 2 with twin beds and en suite Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin


Features

  • Dogs welcome (2 small or 1 medium-sized dog only)
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 3 miles
  • Patio furniture
  • Electric thermostatic radiators