Welcome to Four Winds.
The beautiful conservatory is perfectly positioned to make the most of the sea views.
Gorgeous contemporary furnishings invite you to unwind and relax on holiday.
Bedroom 1 has a fabulous view over Gerrans Bay.
The terrace is perfectly positioned to make the most of the views.
What a view!
A blissful spot for al fresco dining.
The gorgeous conservatory is ideal for taking shade or to take in the view during cooler months.
The conservatory looks out towards Gerrans Bay with Gull Rock in the distance.
Two comfy sofas in the sitting-area invite you to relax.
Giving a nod to the seaside location, the sitting-area is furnished in cool shades of blue and grey.
Gather everyone around the table to chat about the day's adventures.
The kitchen is perfectly placed next to the dining-table.
The kitchen has all the equipment you'll need to cook a holiday meal.
Including the all-important dishwasher and wine fridge!
There is a step into the family bathroom where you will find a bath with a shower over.
There is a step into delightful bedroom 3 with twin beds, ideal for either adults or children.
The twin bedroom is light and bright.
Gorgeous bedroom 1 has a super-king bed and an en suite shower-room. There is a step from the living-room into bedroom 1.
Bedroom 1 has a stunning view and direct access onto the patio.
Bedroom 1 also has a handy work space in case work comes calling.
The super en suite to bedroom 1 has a rainfall shower, perfect for rinsing salty toes after a beach day.
Gorgeous touches throughout.
Bedroom 2 has a king-size double bed, access to the conservatory and an en suite shower-room.
Sweet dreams.
The en suite shower-room to bedroom 2.
Follow the steps down to a footpath at the bottom of the garden. A left turn will take you along the coast path towards Porthcurnick beach, a right turn leads to the centre of the village and harbour, just a short stroll away.
The fabulous patio is perfect for al fresco dining in the Cornish sunshine.
The views will captivate you year round.
The steps lead down from the allocated parking space to Four Winds. Step access is shared with the house in the centre of the picture however the astro turf lawn at the rear belongs to Four Winds.
There are different spots on the terrace for eating outdoors.
Just a short walk along the coast path you will find stunning Porthcurnick beach.
Enjoy an outdoor seafood feast at the Hidden Hut on Porthcurnick beach, it's a lovely walk away across the cliffs.
Wander down to the harbour, just a few minutes walk away.
The fisherman's shelter on The Lugger.
Pretty Portscatho harbour.
Watch the boats come and go in the harbour.
A little further afield St Just in Roseland is a magical place.
A short car ride away you will find St Mawes with a scenic harbour and a passenger ferry to Falmouth.
Travel further afield and explore The Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Take the King Harry Ferry over the River Fal and explore West Cornwall.

Four Winds


Portscatho / Sleeps 6 + cot*

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7 Nights from £629

Excellent value for money. Not for disabled as steep steps on access and pathways but the property was very clean comfortable beds and great views

Reply from Classic Cottages

Thank you ever so much for taking the time to leave a review. We always recommend guests to contact our office when booking if they have any particular needs, as our team would be very happy to help find a property suitable for you. We hope you had a lovely stay in this beautiful location of Portscatho. Meg, Customer Support

This property is very comfortable and situated in an enviable position with views over the bay. We enjoyed a delicious meal at the local pub as well as the best ice creams ever from Scatho's. The local shop is within walking distance and extremely well stocked. We walked the nearby coastal paths and one of our party enjoyed swimming at the beautiful beaches. We hope to be visiting the area again next year.

Four Winds is simply put, stunning. We are a family of 5, kids 8, 11 & 13 & this property had more than enough space for us all, location is perfect, everything walkable & the views are amazing. We had poor weather but it honestly made no difference because this cottages is so well planned (sunroom!) that you can enjoy your stay no matter the weather. Highly recommend this property.

Beautiful house. Clean and well presented with all required facilities. Wonderful sea views and very quiet area. Parking for only one car although parking available nearby. Good local pub/eatery a 7 min walk away down a steepish hill. Fairly steep steps down to front door and two levels in the back garden quite challenging for the older members of the party. Overall a lovely holiday home.

Fabulous holiday home - we didn’t want to leave!

Our party of 6 adults all thoroughly enjoyed staying in Four Winds. The house is well equipped and tastefully decorated - just as it appears in the photos and description. The new extension in particular is brilliant with a super king marshmallow bed of dreams and fab shower room. The little touches and careful consideration throughout the house was appreciated.

We’re regular Portscatho visitors and loved the location of Four Winds… it’s just a few minutes stroll to Portscatho village centre and the beach for early morning swims. Porthcurnick beach and the hidden hut for afternoon beach trips is only a 10 minute walk away.

We all agreed we wished we had a longer stay and would like to come back!

Property spotless and very well equipped .Relaxing holiday with beautiful weather Very convenient for beaches and village, pub ,shop etc. Would certainly consider booking again.

Very comfortable and spacious property, had everything we needed for a relaxing stay, and a very short walk from the village centre with its little harbour. The steps from the parking place down to the cottage may be a bit steep for some. We had one issue which Classic Cottages and the owner responded to very promptly. We arranged beforehand for a Waitrose delivery, but in future we’ll rely on the village store and post office which is very well stocked. This was our first time staying on the Roseland Peninsula though we know Cornwall very well, and it’s beautiful. We enjoyed walks locally and at the truly delightful St Just churchyard, also near St Anthony Head lighthouse, overlooking the whole of the Falmouth/Mylor/St Mawes area. We’re certainly planning on returning!

We enjoyed our stay here in this well equipped, comfortable house with lovely views towards the sea. There are several great coastal walks directly from the house and we can highly recommend the local village pub, particularly on Tuesday pie night! Loved the location and the Roseland Peninsula - a great week indeed.

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