The Copper House sits right on the harbourside of this charming village.
Charlestown harbour.
The sitting-room.
The lovely view from the window of the twin bedroom.
The garden behind the property.
Another view of the sitting-room leading off to the kitchen.
Put your feet up after a day out exploring the area.
The small but light-filled Shaker-style kitchen.
A lovely place to sit and eat breakfast.
Enjoy the coastal views from the decking at the far end of the garden.
The master bedroom has views over the harbour and coastline.
The view from the master bedroom.
The en suite to the master bedroom.
Lovely touches throughout the property depicting times gone past.
The twin bedroom.
One of the twin beds.
The view from the twin bedroom.
Watch the everchanging scene in the harbour below.
The bathroom.
The sitting-room.
Lovely touches througout the house.
There's a nautical feel about this property!
Enjoy sitting in the sunny kitchen.
An eye for detail with the copper containers on the tea tray.
Enjoy a glass of wine in the garden at the end of the day.
Charlestown harbour.
Spot the Cornish flag on the ship below.
The tall ships sitting in the harbour.
This is a very pretty and historic village.
The local beach at Charlestown.

The Copper House

3810

Charlestown / Sleeps 4 + cot*

7 Nights from £563 - £1224

October 2017

We loved The Copper House and would definitely stay again. The location is brilliant, a very short walk to the beach, coastal path and lots of lovely places to eat. Views from the cottage are amazing -- harbour was full of tall ships when we stayed. Super comfortable bed, plus really good shower, made it a perfect cottage to enjoy.


September 2017

Spacious cottage - great views. Very quiet and peaceful usually - away from everything. You will never find a location like it again. Great places to eat within walking distance. Very spacious for two, adequate for four.


July 2017

Recently returned from a four night break with my parents and from the minute we arrived we couldn't have wished for a better place to stay. The cottage was spotless and excellently equipped with quirky attention to detail in every room. The views from the window seats of the harbour and out to sea were stunning. Plus we were excellently situated for all the nearby attractions. The Shipwreck Museum is definitely worth a visti and there are plenty of great places to eat just a few minutes walk away. We would recommend this cottage to anyone and look forward to coming back soon.


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