Sat majestically above the beautiful beach at Freathy Cliff with the most breathtaking panoramic views of the dramatic coastline, this is a great coastal retreat for couples, families and man's best friend. Look forward to leisurely holiday breakfasts on the terrace, the perfect vantage point for watching the ever-changing seascape; fun days on the beach; lazy afternoons relaxing in the loungers; a good leg stretch along the coastal path and al fresco suppers as the sun sets on another day thrilling day on the south Cornish coast.
Steps lead up to your coastal cabin home which offers you a cosy and comfortable stay whatever the weather – so don't save it for the summer. The kitchen/breakfast-room sits at the rear of the property along with the stylish shower-room, and the twin bedroom can also be made up as a king-size double offering complete flexibility. Showcasing the sea views to perfection are the spacious sitting/dining-room and first bedroom – what a real treat to wake up to each morning.
This special part of Cornwall has yet to be discovered by hoards of tourists but the area around Kingswood is beautiful, romantic and has a truly magical charm, and once discovered we are sure you will return time and time again. Set off on one of the steep coastal tracks that lead down to over three miles of sandy beach which is rarely busy, even in the height of the summer, and don't forget to pack those walking boots as the coastal footpath is right on your doorstep offering up the most spectacular of vistas even on the shortest of jaunts.
You will be utterly charmed by the nearby twinned villages of Kingsand and Cawsand with their pretty pastel cottages, narrow streets and heaps of pubs and cafes. You can even wonder at the grandeur of the grand houses, gardens and estates at Mount Edgcumbe and Antony (National Trust). From the harbourside town of Looe, you can try your hand at everything from mackerel to shark fishing, or why not take life a little easier and enjoy the catch of the professionals served up at one of the many restaurants cafes and takeaways.
A ferry crossing from Cremyll will take you over Plymouth Sound to the maritime city of Plymouth, where you can visit the historic Barbican, Plymouth Hoe, the National Marine Aquarium, or the city's latest hotspot, the Royal William Yard.
Wherever you choose to go, and it might simply be no further than the front garden at Kingswood, you are sure to have an unforgettable escape in Cornwall's 'forgotten' corner.
Porch with washing machine/drier
Kitchen/Breakfast-room with electric cooker, microwave and fridge/freezer
Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV, DVD player and log-effect electric fire
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5') and Smart TV
Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (5'6'' double or twin) beds (one twin is 3', the other 2'6'') and Smart TV
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Please note, there are no electric vehicle charging facilities at this property.
- Dogs welcome
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Parking on road and public car park 0.5 miles distant
- Telephone (incoming and local outgoing only)
- No smoking
- Pub 3 miles
- Picnic table and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Sit back, relax and take in the view.
The spacious sitting/dining-room takes full advantage of the view.
It will be difficult getting out of a bed with a view like this, but you are on holiday - so there's no rush!
This stretch of coastline is simply stunning.
With all that sea air, you'll need a good hearty breakfast to set you up for the day.
If you don't want to eat in the kitchen or in the garden, you also have the option to eat in the sitting-room - so many choices.
There are binoculars provided so you can take a closer look at the bird, wild and marine life.
There's a great selection of books and games, should you have had enough of the view!
Bedroom 1 has a super comfy king-size bed.
Bedroom 2 can be set up as either twin beds or a king-size double.
What a view - and that's purely the one looking straight ahead!
...and now the view looking to the right.
A sea view in one direction and the countryside in the other
Oh and here's the one looking to the left. You can also usually park in the layby just below Kingswood. If not there are other parking areas along the road.
Long Sands is only half a mile away, but you need stamina to walk back up from the beach!
Your four-legged friend will be in heaven.
The pretty twinned villages of Kingsand and Cawsand.
The little beach in the villages.
The folly on the Mount Edgcumbe Estate with views acrcoss Plymouth Sound to the city of Plymouth.