The exterior of Littlecott is charming.
The open plan living-room has two lovely large windows, allowing the light to flood in and for you to admire the view.
The elevated view out across the old town of Boscastle lifts the heart.
The bedroom is light and airy. Access on one side of the bed is limited.
The view from the balcony is quite wonderful.
Looking back from the sitting-area towards the kitchen/dining-area.
The kitchen is very well-equipped.
A cream tea is a must!
Don't take our word for it!
Sit back and enjoy the views from the living-area.
Pretty pictures in the bedroom.
The en suite leads off from the bedroom.
The en suite shower-room, there is a step into the shower.
Littlecott lies close to the Forrabury Stitches and is approximately equidistant from the village, coast path and harbour/bridge area.
Boscastle's dog-leg harbour leads out to the open sea.
Looking back towards Boscastle on a misty summer morning.
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.



Boscastle / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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Bedroom details

Bedroom 1


Littlecott is an ideal bolthole for exploring all the delights in and around Boscastle. The accommodation is very comfortable (and includes a king-size bed), bright and light with a fresh contemporary feel, and has beautiful elevated views out across the village which are a treat for the eyes.

Snuggled next to the friendly yet discreet owners' home, it is only a short walk down the steep hill into the heart of the picturesque harbour and you will be able to spend hours just relaxing, eating and exploring this charming and historical village.

Littlecott is a walker's paradise; the walks direct from the doorway lead you straight out onto the coastal path where miles of coastline may be explored.

Further afield and to name but a few Tintagel, Port Isaac, Polzeath and Bude are interesting places to enjoy. For eating and dining, the village has many establishments to visit and some come highly recommended. The award winning farm shop and cafe at the top of the village on the other side to Littlecott is a real hit with locals and visitors, and well worth a visit.

North Cornwall in general has a reputation for quality restaurants, with chefs such as Nathan Outlaw at Port Isaac, Rick Stein at Padstow and Jamie Oliver at Watergate Bay. The walks along the vastly protected National Trust coastal path are endless as it undulates beside the Atlantic Ocean.

Ground Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV and Blu-ray DVD player. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge and dishwasher

Bedroom with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


  • No pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • Superfast WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub .25 miles
  • Patio furniture
  • 2 electric thermostatic radiators and 1 NS heater