Charming Church Lane Cottage.
The sitting-room.
The cottage has two beautiful bedrooms.
The garden at the back is perfect for al fresco dining, complete with butlers sink! (Please note, there is no longer a barbecue).
The light and airy kitchen/dining-room.
From the kitchen you can step outside to the garden.
The dining-area.
After meals you can enjoy the odd game of chess or checkers.
The supersize wood-burner makes the sitting-room warm and cosy all year round.
The best seat in the house!
There is plenty of comfy seating for all to chill out and relax.
The entrance to the twisting stairs is low but once through the doorway there is plenty of room to stand up.
The downstairs bathroom - please note the bath is not full size.
Beautiful features and great craftmanship throughout.
Pretty bedroom 2.
The stylish en suite shower-room to bedroom 2.
Bedroom 1 has a super comfy king-size bed.
Bespoke shutters, exposed walls and slate sills all add to the character.
There are beautiful features throughout - maintaining the original charm and character.
The sunken terrace garden is very private and secluded.
There's even a hot and cold shower outside (not operational during the winter months) ideal for rinsing off sandy bodies and wetsuits.
The steps lead down to the sunken terrace - please take care with children on the steps.
There are fabulous beaches on this part of the coastline - Polzeath will delight all members of the family.
Pretty Port Isaac of Doc Martin, Fisherman's Friends and Nathan Outlaw fame is well worth a visit.
Hop on the foot ferry from Rock over to Padstow.

Church Lane Cottage

3987

2.1 miles SE of Polzeath / Sleeps 4 + cot*

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Sweet little garden to sit in. Very close to a pub Within walking distance to Rock (3 miles to the beach) or easy driving distance.


Wonderful cottage in a beautiful location. Great base for some walks to the coast of Cornwall. The bus service is well worth exploring. It's cheap regular and is a green way of travelling. The local pub, Fourways is a world removed from the gastronomic scene of Rock and Padstow. They serve great beer and standard pub grub. All done with in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.

The Cottage itself has been restored to reflect the age of the property ie. not everything is level or straight making it quirky yet with all the modern conviences you could wish for.

Not suitable for young children or people with mobility issues. There are quite a few steep steps inside and out. I have a mobility problem I used the internal stairs on all fours and used the very sturdy and well positioned handrails. I couldn't use the lower part of the external area but this in no way distracted from my enjoyment of the cottage.


Beautiful cottage with a lovely secluded garden. There is a village pub just down the lane. It’s in an ideal location for Rock, Padstow and Port Isaac.


This 16th Century Cottage is full of character. It’s quirky stair case and sloping floors adds to its charm. It’s backs onto a cemetery and church which may not be for everyone. We didn’t have any ghostly visitors! There are no wardrobes or heated towel rails. There is also no tumble dryer so I imagine in the winter months this may be an issue drying clothes. The log burner is huge and quite magnificent. I would definitely stay again.


Beautiful location, lovely garden, full of charecter property. 10 minutes from our favourite beach Daymer Bay...... Very relaxing, already booked for 2022


Lovely cottage - beautifully thought out!


Great location , local pub absolutely fantastic especially at the moment with restrictions etc . Cottage very well stocked with absolutely everything you could need, clear instructions on where to find things and how to use all the equipment, very nicely furnished and we’ll definitely return.


Lovely cottage in a great location, and just 50 metres from a very friendly pub!


A charming and comfortable cottage in a great location. Excellent for exploring the local area and further afield in Cornwall with our K9 companions.


Great location


Sympathetic renovation of a lovely cottage in a central location for Rock, Polzeath,Padstow and Port Issac.

Really enjoyed our week's stay in the cottage.


Cottage has uneven tight stairs and many steps in garden. Children and elderly should be careful. The log burner is brilliant but there is no guard to keep young fingers off the hot glass front. Small dogs could escape enclosed garden, there is a gap to the between cottage and garage.

Reply from Classic Cottages

Thanks for taking the time to review Church Lane Cottage. The cottage is a Grade II Listed 16th Century property which boasts many of its original features such as steep twisting stairs and beautiful flagstone floors as mentioned in the description. There are steps outside to a lovely little garden and further steps that lead down to a sunken terrace (photos on website) which we would advise to take care with children. We've also noted your comments regarding the fire guard and gap in the garden and will certainly pass this to the owner for their attention - thank you. Bryony, Customer Support


Wonderful stay at this peaceful cottage. Perfect for us and our dog. Beautifully furnished and cosy and warm in the winter weather. Close to Port Isaac and Rock and beautiful Daymer Bay.


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