Wow, what a view! This beautiful cottage enjoys fabulous sea views which will leave you mesmerised. Aptly named Chy an Mor, meaning 'house by the sea' in Cornish and originally a Coastguard's cottage, is positioned on the coastal path in the pretty village of Coverack, and you will not need to venture far to have a wonderful holiday. The cottage is perfectly set up for families and friends alike, the light and bright living space on the first floor has plenty of space for everyone, relax in front of the wood-burner whilst gazing out at the ever-changing view. There is a large dining-table where you can enjoy a group meal at any time of the day, make sure you take it in turns to enjoy the view from here too. The well-equipped kitchen has a lovely serving hatch, you can see the view whilst making your morning cup of coffee or take a seat on the bar stool reflecting on the previous day's adventures. There is also a small snug, with games and a TV, which is the perfect hideaway for the little ones. The bedrooms are thoughtfully arranged for groups of friends or families. Up a flight of stairs to the second floor you will find the master bedroom with a private dressing-area and a second bedroom, these tucked away bedrooms are lovely and tranquil. The luxurious family bathroom has a rain shower head and a beautiful bath where you can have a relaxing soak amongst the bubbles. The two further bedrooms are found on the ground floor, both with gorgeous plantation shutters, where you can lie in bed and look at the sea. There is also a lovely shower-room on this floor. Built with the hill behind, there are steep steps from the parking-area but halfway down you will find a sunny slate terrace with sea views - an ideal spot to sit and unwind.
You enter the property on the first floor, where you can enjoy the view with a cup of tea before you unpack your bags. Through the stable-door on the ground floor you pop straight out onto the coast path, where you are within two minutes of the pretty village of Coverack. A short walk takes you to the beach and village pub named the Paris Hotel after SS Paris which ran aground on the headland. Further along you will find a restaurant, cafe and hotel all offering delicious local produce for any meal you may fancy, there is also a small shop for the essential items. If you are feeling more adventurous why not join the coast path and discover hidden coves while exploring the stunning landscape. Tickle the taste buds with delicious Cornish ice cream from the Roskilly's ice cream shop in the village or from Roskilly's farm, which is only a short drive away and where you will also find many friendly farm animals and is great entertainment for all the family. Whatever you are looking for on your holiday can be found at Chy an Mor.
Bedroom 1 with 'zip and link' (5' double or 2'6'' twin) beds
Bedroom 2 with double bed (5')
2 steps to Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Snug with TV
Kitchen with double electric range cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Sitting-room with TV and wood-burner
WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 3 with 'zip and link' (5' double or 2'6'' twin) beds
Bedroom 4 with double bed (5') and step to Dressing-area
Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Take care, there are several steps up and down in this traditional terraced cottage and steep steps leading down to the house from the parking-area.
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car and public car park 200 yds distant
- No smoking
- Pub 200 yds
- Garden furniture
- Full oil-fired CH
The path to the front of the cottage leads you down to the pub, village shops, cafe and of course the beach.
This is the perfect place, at any time of the day, for enjoying this stunning view.
The slate terrace has a wonderful outlook, sit back and relax.
Enjoy watching the dancing flames from the comfortable sofas, there is room for everyone.
The large master bedroom with calm tones (Bedroom 4).
The modern and stylish kitchen has views to the sea too.
This luxurious bath is just waiting to be filled with bubbles.
The terrace garden to the rear with steps up to your car parking space at the top.
Lunch on the terrace perhaps.
The view from the front door of the cottage, from here you can walk along the coast path to the village and the beach.
There is a small step into this pretty bedroom which is on the top floor of the cottage.
Lie in bed and enjoy the scenery from the ground floor double bedroom.
There are far reaching views, see if you can spot any dolphins.
The snug is the perfect little hideaway.
The large master bedroom on the third floor is a calm space to relax (Bedroom 4).
Enjoy the peace and quiet of Chy an Mor.
The small step separates the bedroom area from the private sitting area in the master bedroom.
There is a large walk-in shower in this first floor bathroom.
This bedroom can be twin beds or a king-size bed (Bedroom 3).
Each bedroom has views of the sea (Bedroom 2).
Chy an Mor.
This charming ground floor bedroom can be a king-size bed or zip and link single beds (Bedroom 1).
Pretty as a picture.
This traditional Cornish cottage has a couple of little steps in the ground hallway and top floor bedrooms.
Breakfast in bed, what a treat.
Pretty Coverack is only a short stroll away, not too far to get the daily ice cream.
Chy an Mor is in the ideal location for exploring the coast path.
The path to the front of this lovely cottage leads you down to the pub, village shops, cafe and of course the beach in the bay.
Welcome to Chy an Mor, a Cornish name that means the 'house by the sea'.
The beach at Coverack is sandy at low tide with a few rock pools to explore.
Nearby Roskillys up the road is the place to go for their ice creams, pizza night (in season) and a wander round the shadey ponds to meet the ducks.