Mapled Cottage is the white cottage in the middle of the small terrace.
The cosy sitting-room.
Looking down from the top of the steep cottage staircase.
This Aga electric cooker sits happily in the ancient cottage.
Fabulous clifftop walks from the village.
The sitting-room looks out to the small enclosed courtyard.
A wood-burner in the original inglenook fireplace keeps the cottage toasty warm.
A lovely cream tea welcomes you to the cottage.
The window seat provides extra seating.
The little kitchen.
A Belfast sink and Victorian-style tap are in keeping with the age of the cottage.
A tiny window looks out from the kitchen over a sheltered village green space.
Looking from the kitchen area to the front door.
The useful utility-room.
Steep cottage stairs and low beams....take care!
Lovely touches throughout the cottage.
The village car park is just up the road (through the trees on the left).
A heated towel rail to keep towels cosy.
A lovely Victorian-style bedstead.
Bedroom 1 has a double bed.
Bedroom 1 looks out onto the village street.
The 'zip and link' beds can be made up as 2'6'' twins or a 5' double (only accessible from one side when a 5' double).
Looking out from Bedroom 2.
Bedroom 2 is very snug with a zip-and-link (5' double or 2'6''twin) bed taking up most of the space (only accessed from one side when made up as a double).
There is a hanging rail in Bedroom 2 as there's no space for a wardrobe.
Porthtowan beach at low tide (lifeguards operate from Easter to October).
Looking from Chapel Porth towards Porthtowan at low tide.
Looking from Chapel Porth towards Trevaunance cove at low tide.

Mapled Cottage

3279

St Agnes / Sleeps 4 (no children under 5)

7 Nights from £302 - £828

November 2017

Very sweet cottage. Great for two people, but not if you're over 6'!


October 2017

Totally perfect stay in this small but perfectly formed cottage. Comes well equipped, very comfy with most mod cons, without losing its truly magical character and feel. Well situated to explore the beautiful St Agnes and surrounding area. A Classic Cottage!!


June 2017

The cottage is small but wonderfully appointed and decorated. A home from home. Location is great as is in the center of the village and very close to the public car park. Perfect for a couple for a week's stay.


May 2017

A clean, comfortable cottage in the centre of St Agnes with pubs, shops and lovely walks all very near. Although very small, the cottage was beautifully presented and had everything needed for a couple. Would definately recommend. Classic Cottages also provided an excellent booking service.


April 2017

Quirky little Cottage, well appointed and perfectly located for pubs, pizza and walks around St Agnes Head. The WoodBurner was a welcome warmth after a day out walking and we were priviliged to watch the Bolster Parade from our doorstep!


October 2016

Beautiful, quaint cottage in the centre of St Agnes. Lovingly restored by its owners and decorated to perfection.


July 2016

It was a home from home that we all fell in love with. Very cosy but nicely so. Would be fab in winter but getting things dry might be a challenge.


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