This light and spacious apartment with the most spectacular sea views could just be the perfect coastal retreat. Sitting on the Sunny Corner side of Coverack, above the pretty arc-shaped bay, 76 Degrees Blue is a great base from which to explore this stunning part of the Lizard peninsula.
As you descend the 50 garden steps from the dedicated parking-area, (for those who prefer a flatter scenic walk avoiding the garden steps, there is alternative access to the ground floor via the coast path from the chapel), perhaps stop for a moment to take in the lovely blue colour of the sea. Continue further down one flight of internal stairs, through the attractive period building to the ground floor and you will find the entrance to this very well-kept apartment. Drop your bags, throw open the French doors and you will find the sheltered private garden, which boasts the most wonderful of sea views. This area is perfect for enjoying al fresco meals or just relaxing with a good book.
The apartment has a spacious, well-equipped kitchen and the adjoining sitting/dining-room is ideal for casual breakfasts and lazy lunches. Holiday movie nights are well catered for on the Smart TV which is connected to a satellite dish, as well as a 50mbps superfast broadband connection. After a full day out exploring the area, the two bedrooms, which share a modern shower-room, provide a restful haven and are located at the rear of the property, in a quiet spot for that perfect night's sleep.
A garden gate leads directly onto the South West Coast Path; look left and you'll see it wind its way past an attractive row of fishermen's cottages into the village of Coverack. Only a five minute walk away you'll find the heart of this friendly village with its harbour, tasty cafes, hotel, handy shop and pub. There's even a small windsurfing school which also rents out kayaks and stand up paddle boards. Turn right and you head out towards Lizard Point (11 miles) along the spectacular clifftop paths.
Shared Entrance hall
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'')
Shower-room with double shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Sitting/Dining-room with Smart TV and DVD player
Kitchen/Breakfast-room with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
There are 50 exterior steps and a further internal flight of stairs to the apartment.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Sunday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- Telephone with honesty-box (At cost)
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Patio furniture
- 4 panel heaters
A bird's eye view of the garden terrace which can be a real sun-trap in summer.
Comfortable, stylish, light and relaxing throughout the apartment.
Looking back from the kitchen through to the dining-area.
The comfortable double bedroom.
The French doors open out onto the private terrace garden.
The spacious kitchen is stylish.
Doors open from the kitchen onto the patio terrace.
The dining-area, perfect for holiday suppers.
The apartment has stylish touches throughout.
The open plan sitting/dining-room is a bright, light and calm space.
The bedrooms are to the rear of the apartment but the double-aspect windows bring in the light.
The gorgeous shower-room with walk-in double shower.
The twin bedroom is furnished with two full-size single beds.
Wonderful views at any time of year.
Step outside the little gate and you are on the coast path, walk down to the pub or up to Chynhalls Point and the sculpture gardens.
Welcome to 76 Degrees Blue, one of four apartments in this former hotel.
The rear door of the main building opens onto steps down to the coastal path. From here there is a short walk to the pub. This is also your access into the building if you want to avoid the steps from the parking-area.
A bird's eye view of the garden terrace.
The shower-room is located between the sitting/dining-room and bedrooms.
Don't let the view distract you as you descend the steps...
Downhill all the way there.
Colourful plants and flowers can be found on the patio. There are the stunning sea views.
The views from 76 Degrees Blue are fabulous.
Enjoy a drink on your private terrace.
The beach at Coverack.
The fishing boats at Coverack harbour.
The Paris Hotel is a welcoming pub serving good food and a quiz night every Tuesday!
The windsurfing school is open from April to September.
The old Lifeboat House is now a fish restaurant. (Please note closed in November and not open every day in winter months).
Elizabeths is one place to get tea and cake in the village although some of the smaller businesses are only open seasonally.
The fishing boats have returned to the harbour with their catch.
The crescent shaped beach at low tide is sandy and perfect for dipping your toes and building sand castles.
The views from the harbour and all around the bay in Coverack are quite something.