If having the most stunning of views is on your wish list, then wish no more - this one is utterly breathtaking! Situated in one of the prime locations, on the cliff overlooking Whitsand Bay, Rockwater Cabin offers uninterrupted panoramic sea views as far as the eye can see. The large decking-area surrounding the cabin ensures you can marvel at the majesty of this truly spectacular setting.
Enjoy al fresco dining with the best seat in the house and catch a glimpse of dolphins and porpoises swimming out in the bay, watch peregrine falcons and kestrels perform beneath your very eye or simply relax, sit back and watch the sun set on your perfect day. Whilst the outside will not disappoint, neither will the inside. Accessed down a narrow, uneven track 100 yards from the coastal road, this 1930s cabin has a unique ambience which overwhelms you with a sense of calm and tranquility from the moment you step through the door.
Whitewashed throughout, creating an incredibly light and airy feel on even the dullest of days, it has been lovingly restored and furnished with an eclectic mix of styles from vintage, retro, modern and even finds from the beach. The cabin's tiny galley-kitchen catches the morning sun as it streams through the patio doors and there is all you need to cook up a scrummy meal (gas cooker and microwave).
Step up into the cutest of dining-areas (please mind your head) which is festooned with fairy lights galore creating romantic mealtimes and then be drawn through into the little sitting-area which of course takes full advantage of the view and when the view is a little stormy, the vintage-effect gas stove will keep you warm and toasty.
Both bedrooms lead off from the living area, with blinds in the doorways to keep that open feeling but providing a little bit of privacy. The master bedroom takes pride of place at the front of the cabin and waking up to the view will make it difficult to get out of bed, so breakfast in bed is a must!
Rockwater Cabin is located in what is often referred to as the 'forgotten' corner of Cornwall – the area is beautiful, unspoilt and waiting for you to create memorable holiday moments. There are various tracks that lead from the cliffs (please take care) down to over three miles of fabulous sandy beach – you won't be disappointed – or enjoy a leisurely walk or a really good leg stretch along the coastal footpath, it's right on your doorstep.
Swing your golf clubs at the local links course at Whitsand Bay Hotel or for even more exhilaration try your hand at coasteering or surfing – never done it before? – book a lesson at the Eddystone Cafe on the beach just a short walk down the cliff path from Rockwater Cabin. Charming Cornish villages and towns are plentiful. The working fishing town of Looe provides traditional seaside charm where you can try your luck at crab, mackerel or even deep sea shark fishing and the pretty twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand provide a real step back in time, with colour washed cottages, narrow streets and a seemingly disproportionate number of pubs and cafes!
And if you prefer more grandeur, head for the historical houses and gardens of the Mount Edgcumbe, Port Eliot and Anthony Estates. Whatever you choose to do, at the end of the day you know your idyllic cliffside paradise is waiting for you to return.
Access to Cabin
Galley Kitchen with gas cooker, combination microwave (with convection oven and grill) and fridge with ice-box
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and coal-effect gas stove
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 2 with single bed (3')
*A cot is not provided, please bring a travel cot.
- Dogs welcome
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Off road parking for 1 car (subject to availability)
- No smoking
- Pub 1 mile
- Patio furniture
- 2 oil-filled radiators
- Gas for coal-effect stove
Rockwater Cabin is in the most outstanding setting, nestled into the cliff.
With that view you will want to dine al fresco from sunrise to sunset.
Rockwater Cabin has one of the best positions on the clifftop.
The master bedroom with its comfy double bed and a view straight out to sea.
The sitting-room is wonderfully light and airy.
The antique-effect gas stove will keep you warm and toasty whatever the weather.
Snuggle up of an evening, after a day out and about exploring.
The galley kitchen is small but perfectly formed.
The kitchen is so well-equipped.
All the pots and pans you need to cook up a feast.
The pretty dining-area, with bunting and fairy lights adding to the charm.
The dining-table sits under the eaves so please mind your head.
The owner is a terrific artist and her work is displayed throughout the cabin.
So much thought has gone into every little detail.
Some more of the owner's wonderful artwork.
Charming details everywhere.
There are plenty of books provided for your use.
Colourful touches give a real home-from-home feel.
Looking through into the lovely main bedroom.
A comfy bed to dive into at the end of the day's adventures.
The stunning view can even be enjoyed from the master bedroom.
The single bedroom is at the back of the cabin.
For a small cabin the shower-room is a good size.
A long, hot shower awaits you after a day of exploration.
Pretty plants in a variety of unusual containers all add to the charm.
Dine al fresco, taking in the glorious vista.
Such a unique and magical setting.
The cliff-top location in all its glory.
Rockwater really does look straight out to sea.
Here you can see Rockwater Cabin and its neighbours nestled into the cliff on the right-hand side.
When the tide is out you have almost four miles of golden sand to explore.
Your four-legged friend will have such a great time on the beach - it's dog-friendly all year long.
On a clear day you can see as far south as Lizard Point.
This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it really is beautiful.
The gate to the pathway which leads up to the road or down to the beach.
One of the paths down to the beach.
The folly on the Mount Edgcumbe Estate with views across Plymouth Sound to the city of Plymouth.
The pretty twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand provide a real step back in time, with colour washed cottages, narrow streets and a seemingly disproportionate number of pubs and cafes!
The working fishing town of Looe provides traditional seaside charm where you can try your luck at crab, mackerel or even deep sea shark fishing.