Lowarth is an idyllic haven perfectly situated to enjoy peace and tranquility to your hearts' content yet only a short stroll down to Boscastle's picturesque harbour.
At Lowarth, the Cornish for garden, you will truly relax and unwind in this stylish and attractively presented retreat, where the songs of the birds in the communal gardens complements the glorious views across Boscastle's Jordan Vale. Steps lead down from the parking space (a real bonus in Boscastle) to the private sun-drenched terrace, a lovely spot to enjoy breakfast whilst planning your days out and about – and from this great location, on this stunning part of the north coastline, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Explore the delights of the harbourside village, take to the coastal footpath to marvel at breathtaking vistas, enjoy beach days by the bucketful and indulge in award-winning food and drink – holidays don't get much better than this.
The accommodation is all on one level with the kitchen, fitted with granite worktops, leading off the comfortable sitting/dining-room, where guests can again enjoy the views from the large picture window. The bedroom is incredibly romantic, decorated in soft pale tones and with a beautiful Laura Ashley bedstead. After a great night's sleep you'll be set up to find out what this part of the county has to offer.
Venture the short distance down the hill to the heart of the village, and discover the historic harbour, quaint cottages, galleries, pottery, visitor centre and the famous witchcraft museum! There's also a choice of cafes, tearooms and pubs, including the award-winning Boscastle Farm shop and restaurant – so you'll never have to worry about cooking! This area is a paradise for walkers, with trails along wooded valleys and the dramatic coastline right on your doorstep and nearby Tintagel is steeped in history with the legendary castle of King Arthur and The Old Post Office (National Trust). Take to the waves at Crackington Haven and Trebarwith Strand and the charming village of Port Isaac of TV's Doc Martin fame is well worth a visit.
Sitting/Dining-room with satellite TV, DVD player and log-effect electric fire
Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom with double bed (4'6")
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 250 yds
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- 3 NS heaters
The door from the living room leads out to the sunny patio area
Lovely Lowarth basks in sunshine all day
Lowarth is a very comfortable apartment, light and airy thanks to the large picture window making the most of the wonderful setting
The view from the patio across the garden and beyond is absolutely beautiful
The spacious main living area
The bedroom is beautifully furnished....
....and enjoys delightful views across the garden.
There is a choice of seating areas
You will be drawn to the views
The garden is utterly charming
The well-equipped kitchen.
The kitchen also enjoys the beautiful views over the garden.
Work by a local artist is on display throughout the cottage.
The view from the patio-area.
The garden is delightful all year round and the ideal place to chill out and relax
The springtime blossom is simply gorgeous
Lowarth, the ground floor apartment enjoys views over the garden
The garden offers a choice of places to sit out
The garden is full of wonderful plants, the gunnera is magnificent
Boscastle has wonderful walks.
There are lovely walks all around.
Some of the pretty local scenery.
Looking out to sea from the dog-leg harbour at Boscastle.
Polzeath beach is good for surfing.
Trebarwith strand is a short drive away.
The walks are stunning and protected by the National Trust.
A view towards the village of Boscastle. .
A view towards the harbour and the stunning cliff tops.
The beach at Crackington Haven.