Looking down to the little beach at Portloe from the coastal footpath...a three minute walk away.
Retro furnishings suit the cottage wonderfully.
Lovely colours in the kitchen.
Windows overlook the coutryard to the front.
Looking across the neighbouring garden to the sea in the distance.
This is the village car park where you can park and 9 Coastguard Terrace is the top left hand cottage in the picture.
Tall windows let light flood in.
A big sofa to stretch out on.
The cosy living-room.
A great place (and way!) to end a busy day.
Refurbished Ercol armchairs are perfect in the living-room.
Lovely soft Farrow and Ball paints throughout the cottage.
Have a saffron bun while planning your day out!
The dining area.
French doors open from the sitting/dining-room onto the terrace.
A retro light hangs low over the dining table.
Solid oak work surfaces.
The kitchen has original slate flooring.
The kitchen looks out at the back of the cottage.
An original sash window in the kitchen.
Time and tide waits for no man...so off you go to explore!
Simplicity of style throughout.
Bedroom 1 looks out over the front courtyard and hills beyond.
Clever little bedside lights.
Bedroom 1 has a double bed.
Furniture is painted in complementary shades of blue and grey.
A driftwood-framed mirror.
Books to read on lazy days.
Bedroom 2 has twin beds plus a bespoke built-in cabin bed.
Pops of bright blue add cheerful colour.
The cabin bed (recommended for older children as accessed via the ladder).
The cabin bed has a full size single mattress (3').
Children's games and books will keep youngsters occupied.
The bathroom.
The recently refurbished bathroom is spacious and light (you can lie an the bath and see the sea!).
There's a separate shower cubilcle.
9 Coastguard Terrace is far left in the top terrace.
Looking up at Coastguard Terrace from the village (No 9 is on the far left).
Looking down into Portloe cove from the coastal footpath (The Lugger is on the right....excellent food and spa treatments for relaxation!).
A memorial plaque above one of the coastal footpath benches...what a lovely epitaph!

9 Coastguard Terrace

3221

Portloe / Sleeps 5 + cot

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July 2019

Lovely little cottage in a tiny village with easy access to the coastal path. Its a long drive from any shops so important to shop carefully before arrival (including tea, coffee, salt and pepper as these are inadequate/not provided).

Beds are comfortable and the living room is beautiful. Direct access to a little terrace.

Reply from Classic Cottages

Thanks so much for reviewing 9 Coastguard Terrace and we hope you enjoyed many a summer stroll along the nearby coast path during your stay. We do request that a welcome tea tray with the basics of milk, tea and coffee are provided for that well deserved first cuppa after a long journey so we're really sorry if this was missing. We'll certainly follow up with the housekeeping team to ensure that these are restocked. Bryony, Customer Support


May 2019

Perfect location, utterly charming village in beautiful and peaceful area. The cottage generally however, needs a good clean and refurbishment.

Reply from Classic Cottages

Thank you for your comments - we're pleased that you enjoyed the lovely location of 9 Coastguard Terrace though were really sorry that you had to call us about some cleanliness issues. We've carried out an inspection and will be taking action to ensure all is presented as it should be. Bryony, Customer Support


September 2018

A stunning and quiet location with wonderful walks on the doorstep and a good pint the village!


July 2018

Lovely cottage with good parking and fantastic views. Barbecue made our holiday memorable.


December 2017

We very much enjoyed our stay at coastguard Terrace, even in the midst of winter. The cottage is nicely decorated and we liked the sea view, sitting on the sofa beside the fireplace. Portloe is a beautiful village with beautiful gardens around, the lost garden of Heligan being our favorite. We had nice walks on the coastpath in both directions and would like to recommend the Nare Hotel for a great afternoon tea. The Eden Project is also worth a visit. We will certainly come again.


November 2017

Fantastic cottage , very comfortable and cosy . Decor and furnishings were excellent. Would love to stay again .


October 2016

Lovely cosy cottage, Portloe is a lovely quiet cornish village and the nearby cliff walk views are beautiful. The cottage is tastefull, comfy and clean - beds were very comfy.


August 2016

A delightful cottage, light, airy and very friendly feeling. A lovely relaxing base to leave and come back to after days out, though you could just stay sunning yourself on the terrace.


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