Pretty Carnsullan is located in the North Corner area of Coverack.
The view from the patio at the front of the cottage.
The master bedroom at the front has those wonderful views.
The sitting-room is to the front of the cottage.
The wonderful view from the summer-house.
The kitchen has a hob, microwave and table-top mini-oven, plus the Rayburn is lit and available to cook on from October to Easter.
There's room for one in the front porch.
The dining-room is next to the kitchen and features the lovely Rayburn.
This double room is light and comfortable with views over the rear garden.
Sit and take in the views of the garden and the sea beyond.
The bathroom.
The smallest bedroom has a 2'6 bed, a lovely cosy space.
Bedroom 2 at the back of the cottage has a standard double bed.
The master bedroom has a king-size bed from which to enjoy the sea views.
This cute cottage is comfortably furnished and very welcoming.
Looking up to the summer-house and garden seat from the front gate.
The summer-house has room for two!
The views are just as good from the sitting-room, who needs television!
This detached bungalow sits on its own plot alongside the road down into the village, but being on a hill and a bend, this is not a fast road as people slow down (also to look at the view)!
Welcome to Carnsullan.
A bird's eye view of this fantastic location overlooking the bay at Coverack.
The property is bordered by hedges however if you are bringng your four legged friend please note that the garden is not fully enclosed.
This hand-made gate welcomes you to Carnsullan.
On coooler evenings you can light the wood burner and get cosy.
Looking through to the kitchen and back door which will take you to the enclosed rear courtyard, ideal for the four legged guests.
Looking across the front of the cottage from the summer-house.
Down in the village by the sea you will find a couple of cafes, restaurants, the pub and the village shop.
More options to enjoy the view from the garden seat.
The clear waters at Coverack bay, the shallow waters at low tide make it safe for swimming or just a paddle.
From the bay at Coverack you can watch the huge ships pass by.
This lovely beach is dog-friendly all year round.
The Paris Hotel is the local pub, good food, a friendly welcome and quiz night on Wednesdays!
The windsurfing school where you can hire a kayak, paddleboard/sup or take a windsurfing lesson.
The old lifeboat house is now a fish restaurant. (please note closed in November and not open every day in winter months) also a must visit is Chloe's Cafe.
There are a couple of cafes and take-away cake shops in the village including Elizabeth's.
The unspoilt Cadgwith Cove on the Lizard peninsula, drive there or take the coast path if you are feeling engergetic!
Mullion Cove is on the other side of the Lizard from Coverack and is definitely worth a visit, the village of Mullion too.
When you are out exploring the Lizard, the stunning Kynance Cove is within a short drive from Coverack.
There are also some wonderful places to explore on the Helford River.
The pretty harbour at Porthleven with cafes and restaurants is just over 20 minutes away and in the nearby town of Helston you will find the large supermarkets, banks etc.
Roskillys ponds are just up from the ice cream parlour, a quiet place to wander in the shade around the ponds and through the trees.



Coverack / Sleeps 4 (no children under 14)

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7 Nights from  £498

With stunning sea and harbour views, and only a short walk down to the picturesque fishing village of Coverack, this pretty bungalow is a little gem of a property sparkling from its commanding position on the hillside.

Beautifully presented and welcoming, Carnsullan is the ideal retreat for up to four guests with the additional flexibility of the little single bedroom.

Cosy at any time of year due to the wood-burner in the sitting-room and the Rayburn (lit and available to cook on from October to Easter) and with amazing sea views also enjoyed without leaving the master bedroom, this is a perfect holiday cottage where special memories are made.

There is also an electric four ring hob, microwave and table-top mini-oven in the kitchen so when you want to stay home you can cook up a treat. Why not take your meal into the spacious front garden complete with summer-house, a great spot at any time of year to watch the ever-changing colours and the ships passing by.

This unspoilt area of the Lizard peninsula has so much to offer the visitor, however active or inactive you choose to be. You can find great local produce served at a choice of cafes, pubs and restaurants, a super little local shop, the water sports centre where you can hire a paddle board, kayak or SUP and some of the best walks on the South West Coast Path.

Discover the nearby sculpture gardens, the delicious ice cream and cakes at Roskillys Farm or relax on the large sandy beach when the tide is out. If you want to venture further afield there are craggy coves and spectacular scenery all around this area so you may just fall a little bit in love with this lovely little bungalow in this truly special part of Cornwall.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Sitting-room with satellite TV, DVD player and wood-burner

Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')

Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6'')

Bedroom 3 with small single bed (2'6'' recommended for children only)

Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin

Dining-room with Rayburn and washing machine

Kitchen with electric hob, table-top mini-oven, microwave and fridge

Please take care near the unfenced pond and the raised patio. Although the property has enough accommodation for five this is for flexibility and can only accommodate four. Please note that the bed in Bedroom 3 is a 2'6'' single.


  • Dogs welcome (1 only)
  • Arrive/Depart Saturday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 2 cars
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub .5 miles
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Full oil-fired CH and 3 electric panel heaters