Welcome to Slipway Cottage.
The sitting-room has a multi-burner to keep you cosy throughout the year.
The kitchen has everything you'll need to cook a holiday meal.
The charming bedroom.
The bathroom with three-quarter size bath and walk-in shower.
Sweet dreams in the pretty bedroom.
Slipway Cottage.
The view from the cottage towards the head of the slipway of the harbour, the perfect morning coffee spot.
This delightful cottage is centrally located in the village.
Enjoy al fresco dining from dawn until dusk here.
The pretty harbour at Portscatho.
StunningPorthcurnick beach is a short stroll away.
Stroll along the coast path to the Hidden Hut.
St Mawes is a vibrant harbourside village with lots of places to dine and a seasonal passenger ferry.
St Just in Roseland is a blissful spot.
Take the King Harry Ferry over the River Fal to explore West Cornwall.
The delightful Lost Gardens of Heligan.

Slipway Cottage

3161

Portscatho / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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7 Nights from £545


Bedroom details

Bedroom 1

Double

What a view you will lap up from this pretty, traditional end of terrace cottage in the centre of the charming seaside village of Portscatho. As the name suggests, the cottage is located opposite the head of the slipway of the fishing harbour and adjacent beach.

Set back from the road, the paved patio front garden proves to be the perfect spot to relax and watch the world go by or just enjoy the fantastic view across the bay but if the weather turns chilly you can always retire inside, light up the multi-burner and enjoy the views snuggled up on the cosy sofa or even tucked up in bed! This really is the perfect summer cottage and cosy winter retreat.

If you can manage to drag yourself away from this idyllic spot you won’t be disappointed. Right on your doorstep the village has a general store, just over 100 yards away, butchers, cafe, pub, Post Office and galleries and you can join the lovely National Trust coast path which is a short stroll away.

There are a multitude of wonderful eating places within a few miles, from the famous Hidden Hut at Porthcurnick beach, the Rosevine and Driftwood hotels with their outstanding restaurants and The Idle Rocks and Hotel Tresanton in nearby St Mawes which both offer exceptional food and sublime sea views. There are galleries selling original Cornish art, farmers’ markets and renowned Cornish gardens to explore. The nearby King Harry Ferry crosses the River Fal giving easy access to the pretty Cathedral City of Truro, maritime Falmouth and the dramatic cliffs and sandy surfing beaches of the north coast.


Ground Floor

Entrance porch

Sitting-room with Dining-area TV, DVD player and multi-burner

Kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge (with freezer compartment), washing machine and dishwasher


First Floor

Bedroom with double bed (4'6'')

Bathroom with three-quarter size bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin


Take care there are steep cottage stairs and low head height in places.


Features

  • No pets
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Public car park (500 yds distant)
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 120 yds
  • Patio furniture
  • 2 NS heaters and partial under-floor heating