Fabulous uninterrupted views are showcased from this lovely Victorian cottage tucked away in the heart of Falmouth. The windows on the first floor perfectly frame the ever-changing view of the water and port, mesmerising at any time of year. Part of a private terrace of just three properties and a short downhill stroll through traffic-free roads into the centre of town, it is easy to nip out for breakfast croissants or explore the abundance of bistros, restaurants and bars in the evening in this very relaxing location.
The open-plan kitchen/dining-room is the perfect place to gather for lingering meals around the dining-table with the warming heat from the wood-burner or perhaps pop out to the sunny courtyard at the back of the property for a summer barbecue.
The master bedroom really makes the most of the views, relax in the king-size bed looking out at this calming vista. There is a little terrace at the front of the cottage which is also used to access 1 and 2 Thetis Place, providing a little sitting-area, which is the picture perfect spot for sipping morning coffee whilst watching the busy boats.
The first floor has fabulous, elevated views from the sitting-room that stretch across the front of the cottage with windows on two sides, making the steep stairs certainly worth it. The second bedroom has 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds, so perfect for children and couples alike. The adjacent shower-room is light and airy with a large shower cubicle which is lovely after a day out walking the coastal footpath or swimming at one of the nearby beaches.
Falmouth has plenty to offer with beaches, water sport tuition, ferry services and many organised events, such as Falmouth Oyster Festival, Sea Shanty Festival and Falmouth Week. Venture a little further and there are glorious subtropical gardens to explore beside the Helford River at Glendurgan and Trebah as well as Trelissick near Truro; coastal footpaths winding around the town and onwards to the Lizard peninsula, and the fabulous surfing beaches and dramatic cliffs of the north coast to explore.
Kitchen/Dining-room with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and wood-burner
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner effect electric stove
Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds
Shower-room with double shower, WC and wash-basin
Outside Access to
Laundry-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car 150 yds distant
- No smoking
- Pub 200 yds
- Courtyard furniture
- Full gas-fired CH
The view from 3 Thetis Place... watching the boats out on the water is absolutely mesmerising!
The first floor sitting-room embraces the wonderful views.
Bedroom 1 is on the ground floor and shares the fabulous views.
What a great place for a glass of wine on a sunny evening!
The ground floor kitchen/dining-room is a wonderfully convivial place to gather.
What a view to wake up to!
The little courtyard outside the kitchen at the rear of the cottage is perfect for sunny summer evening meals.
The spacious kitchen/dining-room has a wood-burner (great for cosy meals in cooler months).
The kitchen area is fully equipped with all you could need for holiday living.
Bedroom 1 has a king-size bed (5').
3 Thetis Place is the end of a small terrace of three cottages accessed through a private gateway onto their shared terrace, the house is now also painted blue.
The view from the terrace.
Comfortable sofas and books to read...if you can stop looking out of the windows!
The sitting-room stretches the width of the cottage.
There is a wood-burner effect stove for chillier evenings.
This little corner looks up the river towards Penryn.
Looking over towards Flushing, what a view.
This bed can be a fabulous super -king or two twins for extra flexibility (Bedroom 2).
This lovely bedroom is on the first floor (Bedroom 2).
There is a large shower.
The family shower-room is on the first floor.
Gyllyngvase beach is a 15 minute walk away, there is a great beachside cafe/restaurant here.
The sunrises from 3 Thetis Place are just stunning (if you are up early enough).
The King Harry Ferry crosses the river Fal at Trelissick Gardens (five miles from Falmouth) to the Roseland peninsula.
The regular passenger ferry connects St Mawes to Falmouth several times a day.
Swanpool is another lovely local beach with a beach cafe and water sports on offer.
Perhaps try paddle boarding over to Flushing, which can be seen from 3 Thetis Place, for a well deserved cold pint.
Kynance Cove and the rest of The Lizard is easy to explore from this fabulous base.