Number 4 is perfect for family holiday to the sea.
There are plenty of spaces to relax in this wonderful terrace house.
Discover the many breathtaking views dotted around the house.
Settle down after a long day in one of the fabulous bedrooms.
Sit back and enjoy the sunset from the comfort of your own bed.
Welcome to Number 4.
The homely open plan living space greets you as you enter.
Here you'll find everything you need to unwind.
How about that for a view!
Enjoy delicious family meals around the large dinner table.
The bright, modern kitchen is very well equipped.
Take in the afternoon sun while washing up.
The wooden worktop is perfect for whipping up tasty lunches.
Venture upstairs to discover the bedrooms.
Bedroom one comes with an incredibly inviting super king double bed.
How about that for a view to fall asleep to.
Wake to the crisp morning sun creeping in through the curtains.
The wonderful twin room is perfect for little ones.
The large window ensures a light and airy feel to the room.
Every corner of this house is beautifully decorated.
The large bathroom is the perfect place to unwind after a day on the beach.
The first floor landing leads to the bathroom and very steep stairs go up to the second floor bedroom.
Bedroom three is a real delight.
Peer out the window to views across the harbour.
A charming courtyard sits at the rear of the house.
Enjoy a glass of something special in the evening.
You will never get bored of that view.
The cottage is set on a pedestrian lane.
Captivating Mousehole is a delightful place to visit at any time of year.
Newlyn is a vibrant fishing town a short journey away.
One of many beautiful Cornish coves to discover.
Magical St Michael's Mount is a short car drive away along the coast.
On the south coast, St Ives is a lovely place to spend time.
The beautiful view.

Number 4


1.3 miles N of Mousehole / Sleeps 6 + cot

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Perched high above the harbour in bustling Newlyn, Number 4 enjoys uninterrupted sea views across Mount’s Bay. This terraced fisherman’s cottage is accessed along a pedestrian lane just a short walk from the main street – well worth it just for the comfort of this stylish retreat, let alone its fabulous sea views!

Recycled oak floors and a wood-burner add charm and character, while the modern kitchen gives access to a small enclosed terrace. The first floor double bedroom has a comfortable, six foot bed; the twin bedroom and bathroom are also on this floor. Steep stairs lead up to the spacious second floor double bedroom, its desk placed at the large window offering yet more stunning sea views.

To this very day, Newlyn remains home to one of the biggest fishing fleets in the UK and as such, gives a unique insight into a proper Cornish fishing port. You can buy fish and seafood straight from the boats, or from one of the many fishmongers along the streets.

Among all the pretty towns and villages of west Cornwall, Newlyn feels the most authentic and is a fantastic place to visit at any time of year, helped by some rather fabulous eateries including Mackerel Sky, a laid-back wine bar serving the most delicious fish dishes, the Tolcarne Inn with its Michelin starred chef and the amazing cinema 'The Newlyn Filmhouse'. Created from an old fish merchants store, you could be forgiven for thinking you're in a city, with the fantastic bar and gorgeous eclectic interiors.

The charming and quaint village of Mousehole is within walking distance, a mere mile and a half away and is a stunning walk along the coastal road with gorgeous views.

Many famous artists have taken inspiration from Newlyn, and art lovers should visit the Newlyn Art Gallery, enjoy a leisurely mooch around the gallery followed by a delicious Cornish cream tea in the cafe afterwards overlooking Newlyn green.

Around this area there are many wonderful walks directly from Newlyn. The coastal path to Lamorna is one of the prettiest you will find anywhere in Cornwall. There is also a good bus service from the town which can help you explore the area as well. The open top bus is a fun experience from Newlyn taking you all around the peninsula.

If you can, try and take in a trip to the world famous Minack Theatre, dramatically perched on the cliffs above Porthcurno, it's well worth a visit and even more magical if you can see a production or concert whilst there, but don't forget to take a warm snuggly blanket as it can get very chilly.

Ground Floor

Steps to Entrance hall

Sitting/Dining-room with TV, DVD player, iPod dock and wood-burner

Kitchen with gas hob, electric oven, fridge/freezer and washing machine

First Floor

Bedroom 1 with super-king double bed (6')

Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash basin

Second Floor

Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed (5')

Take care on the steep stairs to the second floor.


  • Regret no pets
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Private parking for 1 car 50 yds (parking permit provided)
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 300 yds
  • Courtyard furniture and barbecue
  • 4 panel heaters