Welcome to The Lobster Pot.
And of course room to sleep in the king-size bed, perfect after a day out exploring.
There is an area of garden to the side of the cottage perfect for enjoying a drink or bite to eat and as the Owners use their garden behind Brick Cottage, this is just for guests.
Room to rustle up a bite to eat....
The shower-room with corner shower.
The Lobster Pot is next to Brick Cottage with the Owners living on the opposite side of this large property.
Small but perfectly formed, and very comfortable! The Lobster Pot is homely for its size and also benefits from solar water heating and biomass central heating.
The view from the cafe at Lizard point.
Kynance Bay is a few minutes drive away or walking from the village to the beach will take you just under an hour.
Mullion Cove.
The South West Coast Path can be joined in either direction.
Maybe visit one of the Serpentine rock shops.
The old lifeboat station.

The Lobster Pot

3302

The Lizard / Sleeps 2 (no children under 16)

Need more time? Reserve any cottage for up to 24 hours before booking

7 Nights from  £276

This little studio is the perfect bolt hole; it gives you all the comfort of a hotel room with the added bonus of self-catering facilities. Just on the edge of Lizard village, the striking coast, fabulous pubs and scrummy cafes are all within walking distance. There is a lovely outside space where you can enjoy a glass of wine or cup of tea in the sunshine during the warmer months. The property is attached to Brick Cottage (3301) and the owner's house but you are tucked away from each other.

After a day out walking the coast paths and exploring this beautiful and unspoilt part of Cornwall, sit a while in the garden with a drink as the sun goes down before sinking into that inviting king-size bed. The Lobster Pot may not be very large, but it is just big enough, and let's be honest, what more do you need?

A short walk from the cottage takes you down to the very picturesque hamlet of Church Cove where the pretty church is well worth a visit and as you meander down the lane to the sea, you will pass chocolate-box pretty cottages along the way.

Join the coast path and walk a few miles around to Housel Bay and to Lizard Point where you can stop for a cream tea at the cafe and then loop back around through the village to pick up a few supplies and perhaps pop into one of the many eateries to reserve a table before heading home.

Within a short drive by car or by joining the coast path close by, in one direction you can visit the rugged beaches at Cadgwith Cove, Kennack Sands and on to the sandy bay at Coverack (10 miles by the South West Coast Path), whilst heading west will take you around to the much photographed Kynance Bay and on to Mullion and Poldhu Coves and finally on to the foodie destination of Porthleven (13.5 miles on the South West Coast Path).


Ground Floor

Open plan living-room with kitchen, dining and bedroom areas. TV and DVD player. Table-top 2-ring hob, combination microwave and fridge. King-size double bed (5')

Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin


Features

  • Regret no pets
  • Arrive/Depart Sunday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub .5 miles
  • Picnic table
  • Full biomass CH