Fabulous sea views from this exceptionally spacious, south-facing detached house extend from the Rame peninsula in one direction, to St George’s Island at Looe in the other. A gate at the end of the large enclosed garden gives private access to steps down to Downderry beach, dog-friendly all year round and a paradise for children with sand for castle building, rock pools for exploring, and sailing, windsurfing and surfing year-round.
Sundown is ideal for families to share, with masses of space both inside and out. With a huge sitting-room and equally spacious kitchen/dining-room everyone can enjoy meals and leisure time together, while six bedrooms and five shower/bathrooms ensure no queues at bedtime.
Things get better still as the double garage houses a half-size pool table, table-tennis, air hockey and table-football – plenty to keep everyone occupied whatever the weather. The village has a beachside pub with an excellent restaurant, and there is a cafe, a coffee shop and a small general store as well.
The delightful twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand are nearby, where pretty, terraced fishermen’s cottages jostle for space in narrow lanes and old smugglers’ pubs still ply their trade. A passenger ferry crosses to the Barbican in Plymouth, perfect for an exciting day out.
Sundown is fully kitted out for holiday comfort; the large sitting-room includes inviting sofas, a modern wood-burner, a hideaway gaming-area, as well as a second sitting-area overlooking the garden. The kitchen/dining-room is fully equipped for large gatherings, with an electric range cooker, a built-in coffee maker and a separate wine fridge.
A ground floor bedroom has versatile 'zip and link' beds, and an en suite shower-room (also accessed from the hall), perfect for those with limited mobility. Upstairs, the huge master bedroom has its own sitting-area, en suite bathroom and separate dressing-room, and patio doors opening onto a large, glass-fenced balcony – an amazing sun-trap in good weather. There are four more bedrooms, two are en suite and two share the family bathroom. For outdoor excitement try shark fishing trips from Looe harbour, or meandering walks along the clifftops nearby; when the tides and wind are right, there is even surfing in Whitsand Bay.
There is plenty for everyone to do in this hidden corner of Cornwall – but most of all, you will enjoy the delights of Sundown itself.
Step to Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner
Kitchen/Dining-room with electric range cooker, microwave, fridge, wine fridge, freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with ‘zip and link’ (super-king or twin) beds and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin (also accessed from hall)
Integral Garage with Utility-area with washing machine and tumble-drier
Bedroom 2 with super-king double bed (6’), TV, en suite Dressing-room and en suite Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 3 with ‘zip and link’ (super-king or twin) beds and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 4 with double bed (4'6") and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 5 with single bed (3') and captain’s bunk
Bedroom 6 with double bed (4'6")
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
- Dogs welcome
- 2 travel cots, 2 high chairs and 2 stair-gates
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 6 cars
- Telephone (incoming only)
- No smoking
- Pub .25 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH £75.00 pw
Looking back at Sundown from the garden.
Private steps lead down to the foreshore from the garden.
The huge sitting-room.
Looking down on the garden from the balcony.
Sundown from the entrance driveway.
The large, enclosed garden.
The steps down to the beach are securely gated.
At the bottom of the steps you are right on the beach.
The cosy end of the sitting-room.
There's a big TV for family film sessions.
Feet up in front of the wood-burner.
This little beauty will keep you snug on cooler evenings.
The conservatory end of the sitting-room.
Wine and nibbles as a holiday treat!
Two separate sitting-areas give plenty of space to spread out.
A tucked away area for gaming.
The dining-area looks out over the garden.
Three oak dining-tables can be pushed together for family feasts.
A light and bright space for meals.
Plenty of space for family meals.
The kitchen-area is around the corner from the dining-area.
The fully fitted kitchen.
All necessary appliances are provided - including a wine fridge!
The kitchen looks out over the front garden.
A big range cooker to cater for family meals.
A built-in coffee machine for delicious morning coffees.
Plenty of storage space in the kitchen.
The games-room has a half-size pool table.
There's also an air hockey table.
Bedroom 1 on the ground floor can be made up as a super-king size bed or twin beds.
This lovely room has patio doors out to the garden.
The view from the patio doors- it doesn't get much better than this!
This shower-room is en suite to Bedroom 1 and can also be accessed from the hall.
Bedroom 2 is huge and has a super-king size bed, dressing-area and an en suite bathroom.
The large windows let the light flood in and takes full advantage of the view.
Fabulous views from the balcony in Bedroom 2 - possibly the best seat in the house!
Looking from the terrace over the garden and of course out to sea- it really is quite sublime!
Pretty armchairs in Bedroom 2 for sitting and admiring the view.
Bedroom 3 has a super-king double bed, which can also be made up as twin beds.
Bedroom 3 also has wonderful views out to sea.
The en suite shower-room in bedroom 3.
Bedroom 4 has a comfy bed and an en suite shower-room.
Bedroom 4 looks out over the garden at the front of the house.
Bedroom 5 has a single bed and a captain's bed.
The captain's bunk is accessed via a ladder so not suitable for younger children.
Bedroom 6 has a double bed and, of course, wonderful views.
The big family bathroom.
See if you can find Sidney the seagull.
A porthole on the staircase looks out over the garden.
The beach at nearby Seaton.
Portwrinkle is a short drive away.
A footpath winds its way down the cliff to wonderful Long Sands below Tregantle Fort.
There are wonderful coastal walks nearby.
Looking towards Cawsand from Kingsand.
The beach at Cawsand.
Mount Edgcumbe Country Park is nearby with walks through the grounds looking out over Plymouth Sound.