Chick Cottage is in a fabulous location just above safe, sandy Porthcurnick Beach, where you will find the famous Hidden Hut, and opposite, the renowned Rosevine Hotel. The Driftwood Hotel with its Michelin-starred, clifftop restaurant is just two hundred yards up the lane.
This semi-detached cottage is converted from old farm buildings and is one of a development of four (see also The Beach House (3114) and Linhay Cottage (3139)). The light, airy sitting-room has high, raftered ceilings and French doors that lead out to the patio and enclosed, level garden. Enjoy the breath-taking sea views to Nare Head and Gull Rock, and take in the fresh sea air. Your dog can enjoy this holiday too.
A 10 minute coastal walk will take you to the quaint fishing village of Portscatho, with its local shops and galleries. Have a relaxing swim in the safe, sheltered bay or stroll along the South West Coast Path. Just four miles distant is the beautiful seaside town of St Mawes, home to the glamourous Hotel Tresanton. Enjoy tea on the terrace, or catch a ferry to bustling, atmospheric Falmouth, or perhaps go up the River Fal to the National Trust's Trelissick House, with its glorious gardens and marvellous views.
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Kitchen/Dining-room with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Sitting-room with TV/Video/DVD player/CD player and wood-burner effect electric stove
- Dogs welcome (1 dog over 1 year only)
- Travel cot
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Garage for 1 car
- Telephone for incoming and emergency calls
- No smoking
- Pub .75 miles
- Patio furniture
- Full electric CH
The dining area.
The sitting-room has a cosy woodburner.
French doors from the dining area open through to the sitting room.
Doors lead out to the garden.
The enclosed garden.
The lovely view over the field in front of the garden.
The view towards Nare head and Gull Rock from the sitting-room.
Porthcurnick looking towards Pednvadan Point