The sheltered harbour at Portscatho, just yards from the cottage (not the view).
A lovely little wood-burner to keep you snug whatever the weather.
An open doorway leads from the kitchen to the living-room.
1 North Parade is part of a small Victorian terrace just steps away from the sea.
A canvas sail screens the bed.
The dining-area with vintage scrubbed pine table.
Plenty of space to relax.
Lovely decorative touches.
Light floods in from the tall windows.
A basket of logs for the fire.
Looking from the living-room through to the kitchen.
Plenty of books for rainy days.
Stairs lead up from the bedroom to the living-room.
It must be time for a lunchtime drink....pop over to the Harbour Club or the Plume of Feathers.
The kitchen has a sloping ceiling so please mind your head if you are tall.
The kitchen is compact but very well-equipped.
Porthole windows continue the nautical theme.
The cosy double bedroom.
The dressing area in the shower-room.
A lovely arched mirror in the shower-room.
A big double shower cubicle.
A drench head shower and a hand-held shower should do the job!
The shower-room is adjacent to the bedroom on the ground floor.
Stairs lead up to the living-room.
Looking from the kitchen to the living-room.
The fisherman's shelter.
Portscatho is still home to working fishing boats.
Portscatho harbour.
Tatams Beach is only a few yards from the cottage.
Enjoy the NT coastal footpath from the doorstep.
So many walks to choose from.
Porthcurnick Beach.
Enjoy a stroll across the cliffs to the Hidden Hut for lunch.
Boats in the bay.
Portscatho breakwater.
The sheltered harbour at Portscatho, just yards from the cottage (not the view).

1 North Parade


Portscatho / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

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Bedroom details

Bedroom 1


This is a gorgeous little bolthole, right in the middle of lovely Portscatho on the Roseland peninsula and just yards from Tatam's beach (and Tatam's boutique cafe selling delicious coffee, croissants and cakes).

Beautifully decorated and wonderfully comfortable, 1 North Parade will delight all who stay. Local artwork, rugs, cushions and throws all add to the feel good factor and together with the warming wood-burner make the cottage as inviting in cooler months as it is in spring and summer.

There are glorious coastal walks right from the doorstep, with Tatam's beach a few steps away and the renowned Hidden Hut cafe at Porthcurnick Beach just a seven minute walk along the coast.

The nearby Plume of Feathers serves great locally-sourced food and offers a blazing log fire in chilly months, the perfect way to end the day.

This terraced cottage has a ground floor bedroom with hints of quirky nautical style in the porthole windowed doors and canvas sail used as a room divider. The shower-room has a big walk-in shower, Moroccan tiles and a useful drying/dressing-area. Upstairs, the open plan living-room is light and airy with painted floorboards, a warming wood-burner and an antique pine dining-table and pew.

The galley kitchen has Shaker-style units, oak work surfaces and lots of little extras like cookery books for those who like a spot of holiday cooking, along with a Nespresso coffee machine (please bring your own pods). A bespoke hamper awaits your arrival with Cornish tea and coffee, Cornish biscuits, Rodda's milk and butter, St Mawes' hens eggs and a fresh loaf of bread.

If you'd rather not don a pinny and wield a wooden spoon, there are a multitude of wonderful eating places within a few miles. The wonderful Hidden Hut cafe at Porthcurnick beach has cafe food and regular feast nights; the Rosevine and Driftwood hotels have outstanding restaurants and The Idle Rocks and Hotel Tresanton in nearby St Mawes both offer exceptional food and sublime sea views.

The Harbour Club just across the road offers cheap local ales, film nights, quizzes and a pool table, with fabulous views from its sea-facing terrace; visitors are very welcome (closing time can be a little animated in the height of holiday season but it's all very friendly).

There are galleries selling original Cornish art, farmers' markets and renowned Cornish gardens to explore.

The nearby King Harry Ferry crosses the River Fal giving easy access to the pretty Cathedral City of Truro, maritime Falmouth and the dramatic cliffs and sandy surfing beaches of the north coast. Why not lace up your walking boots and head off out to discover everything this beautiful part of Cornwall has to offer.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Cupboard with washing machine

Bedroom with double bed (4'6'')

Shower-room with double walk-in shower, WC and wash-basin

First Floor

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


  • No pets
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Wood-burner/Open fire
  • Public car park 400 yds
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 50 yds
  • Full electric CH