The sheltered harbour at Portscatho, just yards from the cottage (not the view).
A wood-burner to warm the sitting-area.
The kitchen is compact but very well-equipped.
The dining-area with vintage scrubbed pine table.
A canvas sail screens the bed.
Porthole windows continue the nautical theme.
A door leads off to the shower-room and stairs to the living-room above.
A lovely arched mirror in the shower-room.
The shower-room is adjacent to the bedroom on the ground floor.
Lovely colours and decorative touches.
A big double shower cubicle.
A drench head shower and a hand-held shower should do the job!
A lovely little ceramic basin.
The dressing-area in the shower-room.
Stairs up to the living-room.
Light floods in from the two tall windows.
An open doorway leads to the kitchen.
A lovely little wood-burner to keep you snug whatever the weather.
Plenty of books for rainy days.
Lovely Farrow & Ball colours throughout the cottage.
Looking down on the living-room.
It must be time for a lunchtime drink...pop across to the Harbour Club or the Plume of Feathers.
1 North Parade is part of a small Victorian terrace just steps away from the sea.
A small well behaved dog is welcome at 1 North Parade (not Dougie in the picture, who is a somewhat naughty Labrador puppy!).
High tide down in the harbour hides the sandy beach revealed as the tide drops down.
High tide covers the beach but the sand is revealed as the tide ebbs.
Portscatho is still home to working fishing boats.

1 North Parade

2995

Portscatho / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

7 Nights from £368 - £846

June 2017

Second time that we have stayed there. Can't wait to come back to friendly Portscatho and stay in the cottage in 2018.


April 2017

Wonderful picturesque cottage in a great location. Portscathco has a lot to offer everybody.


April 2017

Aptly described 'bolthole' - delightful accommodation for two - very thoughtfully fitted out.


February 2017

Really snug and a delightful getaway place right in the heart of the village. So very well equipped and beautifully decorated.


December 2016

Our stay at 1 North Parade was fantastic. We stayed for New Year and Portscatho was buzzing. Nearby pub is fab as is Tatums - a must try! Would definately come back.


September 2016

Lovely cottage in a great location. Easy walk to the dog friendly Porthcurnick beach & The Hidden Hut. Lovely food at The Plume of Feathers but book first as it gets very busy. Coffee & cakes at Tatams is a perfect start to the day where you can sit and seal watch. The Harbour Club is well worth a few visits for a drink & its views from their lovely new balcony. Local shop has all that you need . We have fallen in love with Portscatho and will be back again.


June 2016

A little gem of a cottage, right on the coast path in a beautiful village on a stunning stretch of Cornish coastline. Well-equipped, cleverly designed & tastefully decorated for those wishing for a home from home. Or...the perfect little bolt hole for lazy comfort-lovers who wish to stroll ( the 10 seconds ) to Tatums coffee hut rather than switch on a kettle, indulge in excellent coffee/homemade pastries/cakes/& the best pizzas outside of Italy.


June 2016

Lovely bolt-hole, cottage is very pretty & right in the heart of the village. The dogs really enjoyed exploring the beach at Porthcurnick as they are not allowed on Portscathno beach.


June 2016

We liked the Cottage and Portscatho so much that we have already reserved it for next year.


April 2016

Little gem of a cottage pretty and comfortable so well equipped and in a perfect location we had a wonderful short break and loved every minute we cannot wait to return


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