Almost within touching distance of the tall ships moored in Charlestown's tiny harbour, and with views of the coastline too, The Copper House sits right on the harbourside of this historic village. Referencing Charlestown’s past as a major exporter of copper, this delightful 18th Century cottage has been stylishly updated to provide modern comforts, whilst retaining many original features. Poldark enthusiasts will recognise this beautiful location, with the unspoilt terraced cottages and the tall ships in the water used on numerous occasions for filming. With the sitting-room and both bedrooms looking out at the view, it’s a prime spot for sitting back and watching the bustling activity around the harbour, and sand and shingle beach; you may even see Poldark himself, if you’re lucky enough to be visiting when filming is in progress! The Copper House is located next door to The Captain’s Gig (3728), making it the ideal base for groups of up to nine adults.
Charlestown is an atmospheric little working harbour, a wonderful reminder of the historic age of sail with tall ships often moored at the quayside and a bustling museum that showcases this bygone age. With original features such as sash windows, low doorways and slate flagstones, The Copper House has been gently updated to include modern comforts including central heating, powerful showers and a fully-fitted kitchen, making this a truly welcoming holiday destination. The pared-back interior references the cottage’s historic past, with a Shaker-style kitchen, uncluttered bedrooms and a wood-burner effect gas stove in the sitting-room. The master bedroom has views over the harbour and coastline, an en suite shower-room and plenty of space if you have a travel cot to put up. Bedroom 2 has twin beds and easy access to the family bathroom. There is a long garden at the rear, an unexpected space in a village centre location, with a deck area at the far end from where you can see the coastline and sea. The harbour, beaches either side of the harbour entrance and coastal footpath are all just steps away, and a short walk around the harbour brings a choice of pubs, restaurants, village shops and cafes. If you can bring yourself to leave this wonderful location, the Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the fishing port of Mevagissey and the pretty sailing town of Fowey are all within easy reach.
Sitting-room with TV, DVD player and wood-burner effect gas stove
Kitchen/Diner with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Outside Access to
Shared Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
Take care as there are low doorways. *A cot is not provided, please bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome (1 medium-sized dog only)
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car and public car park 200 yds distant
- No smoking
- Pub 200 yds
- Garden furniture
- Full gas-fired CH
The Copper House sits right on the harbourside of this charming village.
The lovely view from the window of the twin bedroom.
The garden behind the property.
The small but light-filled Shaker-style kitchen.
Put your feet up after a day out exploring the area.
A lovely place to sit and eat breakfast.
Another view of the sitting-room leading off to the kitchen.
Enjoy the coastal views from the decking at the far end of the garden.
The master bedroom has views over the harbour and coastline.
The view from the master bedroom.
The en suite to the master bedroom.
Lovely touches throughout the property depicting times gone by.
The twin bedroom.
One of the twin beds.
The view from the twin bedroom.
Watch the everchanging scene in the harbour below.
Lovely touches througout the house.
There's a nautical feel about this property!
Enjoy sitting in the sunny kitchen.
An eye for detail with the copper containers on the tea tray.
Enjoy a glass of wine in the garden at the end of the day.
Spot the Cornish flag on the ship below.
The tall ships sitting in the harbour.
This is a very pretty and historic village.
The local beach at Charlestown.