One of the oldest cottages in the picturesque seaside village of Coverack, Jubilee Cottage has been beautifully and sensitively updated to the highest standard but still retains much character and Cornish charm.
A cosy contemporary wood-burner stands at one end of the welcoming open plan living-room and a fabulous double range cooker sits at the other. Relax around the fire after a day out exploring, before heading down the hill to the friendly pub or one of the local restaurants for a bite to eat.
With the beach, harbour and park just a few minutes’ walk away, you won’t miss the lack of outside space at this lovely old semi-detached harbourside cottage, as it is simply ideal for a small family or friends at any time of the year. If it’s just the two of you, this delightful little bolthole with beautiful bedrooms and crisp white linen could be the perfect retreat.
Coverack is a charming and highly desired fishing village that sits around a pretty bay where at low tide the expanse of golden sand and rocks are as good for rock pooling as they are for sandcastle making and at high tide you may spot the local grey seal searching for his dinner.
For those wanting to get onto the water, the nearby Windsurfing Centre hires out windsurfers, paddle boards and wetsuits to beginners (lessons available too) or with the shallow waters a paddle might be all you need on a hot day. And if you want to bring your own wetsuits and beach gear on holiday with you, there is a useful storage shed behind the cottage accessible from the back door.
To eat choose from the Paris Hotel, Lifeboat Restaurant, Harbour Lights or the Bay Hotel, plus a couple of cafes (some open seasonally) all right here on your doorstep offering fresh local produce. Or why not grab a few supplies from the village shop, including fresh locally baked bread, vegetables and fish (seasonal), and rustle up your own tasty dish in the comfort of your seaside holiday home, as Jubilee Cottage is likely to capture your heart so you may never want to leave!
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player, CD player and wood-burner. Double electric range cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine/drier and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
*A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Public car park 100 yds
- Telephone with honesty box (At cost)
- No smoking
- Pub 100 yds
- 4 electric panel heaters
The comfortable sitting-area around the contemporary wood-burner with original beamed ceiling, if you are over 6ft tall you may need to duck and mind your head on the way up the stairs!
This dual-aspect bedroom with views down to the harbour and a king-size bed is next to the bathroom.
Solid metal beds with comfy mattresses ready to sink into after a day out exploring.
The lovely sandy beach at low tide is perfect for swimming, sandcastles and sunbathing (not the view from the property).
Wonderful views from the sitting-room window over the harbour and beyond.
If you like to eat at home, this well-equipped kitchen with large range is a cook's dream.
Looking across the open plan living-room towards the kitchen-area.
This delightful cottage is on the lane down to the harbour, however traffic is always moving slowly due to the incline and narrow streets.
The stylish bathroom is on the first floor.
This pretty cottage with the blue door and windows sits on the hill close to the harbour, the pub and a short stroll to the beach,
The view from the double bedroom down to the harbour.
The pretty fishing harbour where you can watch the boats returning with their catch is a couple of minutes down the hill from the cottage.
Looking back to the sitting-area from the kitchen, please note that the ceiling is low at the top of the first flight of stairs.
The hallway between the bedrooms with the bathroom at the end of the landing.
Crisp white linen with colourful cushions and throws and fluffy white towels make for a very comfortable stay.
The bedrooms are beautifully furnished.
The boutique hotel styling makes this lovely cottage even more special.
This lovely twin bedroom is a great space for adults and children.
Sit and enjoy a cup of tea in bed with views of the harbour.
The view from the twin bedroom out over the harbour.
Breakfast is served!
Welcome to Jubilee Cottage.
The Paris offers good food, great local hospitality and a fun quiz night once a week.
The old Lifeboat House is now a local fish restaurant (closed November and only Thursday, Friday, Saturday evenings and all day Sunday in the winter months).
The windsurfing school where you can hire a kayak, paddleboard/SUP or take a windsurfing lesson (April to September).
For lovely home-made cakes and pasties to take away pop into Elizabeths, just along the bay.
The ponds at Roskillys are just up from the ice cream parlour is a lovely quiet place to wander.
The pretty village of St Keverne is a short drive away, two pubs, a restaurant, a very good butchers, a village shop and Post Office all within easy reach.