The view from the balcony.
Marine Point is in the building directly above the centre of the harbour in the picture.
Breakfast with a view!
Looking along the coast towards Chapel Point from the balcony.
Neutral decor throughout the apartment, enhanced with splashes of colour, adds to the contemporary style.
The dining-area looks out over the balcony from the harbour to the horizon.
Looking into the well-equipped kitchen through the hatchway.
Enjoy the ever-changing views.
Relax with contemporary furniture and modern prints of the village.
View the lighthouse whatever the weather.
Use the telescope to spot Eddystone Lighthouse.
Cream granite worktops and the sea view make working in the kitchen a pleasure.
There is a coffee pod machine in the apartment.
The light and airy sitting-area has comfortable cream leather sofas.
The view from the sitting-area.
The wonderful coastal artwork throughout the apartment brings the outside in.
Stylish art adds to the contemporary feel.
Unlimited wireless broadband is provided for guests' use.
You are sure to enjoy your stay.
Bedroom 1 has a 5' double bed, an iPod dock and a Smart television.
If you bring your own iPad you can surf the net from the comfort of your bed.
Bedroom 1 has an en suite shower-room.
Complimentary toiletries are provided in both bathrooms
Bedroom 2 has twin beds and a DVD player to increase viewing choice.
More fabulous views from Bedroom 2.
Use the binoculars provided to see what's happening out on the water - seals can often be spotted!
Bedroom 3 is compact but cosy, with a 3' single bed.
Bedroom 3 has an LCD TV, together with a DVD player and iPod docking station.
The limestone-tiled family bathroom has a whirlpool bath.
A selection of Cornish-themed novels (and DVDs) are available.
Netflix is available at the apartment.
German language books and DVDs are also provided.
What a wonderful location for a Christmas holiday.
There are plenty of activities in Mevagissey throughout the year!
The coastal footpath runs past the apartment.
Mevagissey harbour at low tide.
There are plenty of pubs, restaurants and tearooms to choose from down in the village.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan ore only a couple of miles away.
The Mevagissey to Fowey ferry runs throughout the summer months....dolphin escort not guaranteed!
Mevagissey from the air (Marine Point is in the clifftop building to the immediate left of the grassed area on the left).
Looking up at Marine Point from the harbour below (the lowest balcony on the far left belongs to Marine Point).
Fabulous fireworks in Mevagissey harbour during the Feast Week in June.
Portmellon beach as the tide goes out.
Nearby Portmellon beach at low tide.
You can dip your toes in the water at several different beaches, all within three or four miles.
Fishing from the end of the pier in Mevagissey harbour.
Rowing boats moored in the harbour.
One of the local fishing boats (many offer fishing trips out in the bay).
Looking back towards the village from the harbour.

Marine Point

1933

Mevagissey / Sleeps 5 (no children under 9)

20% off for parties of 2 or less at certain times of the year, view offer...

7 Nights from £533 - £1461

Sea views do not come better than those from this superb apartment perched high on the cliffs above the ancient fishing port of Mevagissey, where narrow streets wind between fishermen's cottages, old smugglers' haunts and seaside shops. Marine Point offers spacious contemporary accommodation with 180 degree uninterrupted views from Gribbin Head to Chapel Point. Smart TVs, Superfast WiFi, Cornish artwork, oak woodwork and limestone tiling reflect the exemplary quality of this property. Sit and unwind on the glass-sided balcony, with grandstand views of the boats in the harbour. Stroll down to the village where restaurants rub shoulders with centuries-old pubs, tea-rooms serve delicious Cornish cream teas, and fresh mackerel, crab and lobster can often be bought straight from the boats.

Marine Point is all on one level inside, accessed down just five steps from the shared entrance hall where parking is just outside, so perfect for anyone with limited mobility. The L-shaped sitting/dining-room has ultra comfortable cream leather sofas and a glass dining-table set before the balcony doors so every meal, whether inside or out, is enjoyed with the fabulous sea and harbour views. All three bedrooms have luxurious pocket sprung mattresses and fine linens, TVs and iPod docks. The double bedroom has an en suite shower-room and the twin and single bedrooms share the bathroom with its whirlpool bath, with fluffy bathrobes and toiletries also thoughtfully provided. Exploring from here is easy, with Portmellon beach a 10 minute walk away and The Lost Gardens of Heligan just outside the village. The Eden Project and historic Charlestown harbour, home to several tall ships, are easily reached by car. Energetic visitors will love walking the coastal footpath which passes the front door, and the cycle routes which wind through nearby valleys.


Ground Floor

Shared Entrance hall

Steps to Hall

Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV, DVD player, iPod dock and balcony

Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher

Bedroom 1 with double bed (5'), Smart TV, iPod dock and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin

Bedroom 2 with twin beds, TV, DVD player and iPod dock

Bedroom 3 with single bed, TV and iPod dock

Bathroom with whirlpool bath, fitted power shower, WC and wash-basin


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub .5 miles
  • Balcony furniture
  • 5 NS heaters