Kear Cottage is an absolute peach! Located less than six miles from the stunning beaches and fishing villages on the north Cornish coast, it sits in the most idyllic setting opposite the village green and church in the peaceful hamlet of Michaelstow, in the heart of the Cornish countryside.
Lovingly and impeccably presented, the interiors cleverly blend chic furnishings, restful tones and relaxed elegance with exposed beams, flagstones floors and a toasty wood-burner; providing top notch accommodation packed with style and character.
With a sunny patio for al fresco dining and a walled lawned area for outdoor games – this is the perfect escape for cosy winter weekends away or lazy summer days exploring the coast.
This charming period cottage will make you feel at home from the minute you step inside. Many a sociable hour will be spent in the welcoming kitchen/dining-room, with its bespoke fitted kitchen, granite work surfaces, vintage-style dining-table and local artwork on the walls, and snuggle up in the sitting-room with a good book or to watch a holiday film together on the gorgeous sofas flanking the wood-burner. Climb the cottage stairs to the family bathroom and the three beautiful bedrooms with super-comfy Cornish Company beds adorned with luxury linens, soft throws and plump cushions that will ensure a good night's sleep.
Pack up the car and head out for days full of fun and adventures from this special part of Cornwall. With good old fashioned beach days at Daymer Bay, surfing and water sports at popular Polzeath and breathtaking coastal scenery to discover at Trebarwith Strand. Browse the shops and galleries along the narrow streets of picture perfect Port Isaac and you might catch the 'Fisherman's Friends' singing on the quay during the summer.
The wide open spaces of Bodmin Moor will entice ramblers to explore the rugged landscape, or why not resort to pedal power and take the whole family on a bike ride along the renowned Camel Trail.
If dining out is on the agenda you'll be spoilt for choice; hop on the passenger ferry from Rock over to Padstow and sample one of Rick Stein's eateries, be tempted by the culinary delights of award-winning Nathan Outlaw or the local foodie pubs at St Tudy and St Kew will not disappoint.
Kitchen/Dining-room with electric cooker, microwave, fridge and dishwasher
Utility-area with washing machine, tumble-drier, WC and wash-basin
Sitting-room with Smart TV and wood-burner
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 3 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
*A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car and parking on road
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Delightful Kear Cottage sits opposite the village green in the peaceful hamlet of Michaelstow.
Both inside and out, Kear Cottage is simply stunning.
Kear Cottage has three beautifully furnished bedrooms - with super comfy Cornish Company beds.
The dining-area with views over the village green.
Enjoy the best of the Cornish sunshine with meals on the patio.
The country-style kitchen.
The moveable island divides the kitchen from the dining-area.
The country-style dresser in the kitchen/dining-room.
The sitting-room invites you to unwind and relax.
There is local artwork on display throughout the cottage.
Relax with a good book.
Should you need to work whilst on holiday there's a handy desk provided above which, sits an honesty bar kindly provided by the owners.
The toasty wood-burner makes this a perfect retreat all year round.
There are lovely touches throughout and a great selection of books for those who enjoy a good holiday read.
One of two double bedrooms at Kear Cottage.
Dressed to impress!
The second double bedroom - simply stunning.
Beautiful cushions and Atlantic Blanket throws adorn the bed.
The character is evident throughout.
The twin bedroom.
The twin room is very spacious and will be loved by young and old alike.
In the upstairs hallway, 3 steps lead up to the bathroom and one of the double bedrooms.
The family bathroom enjoys views across the Cornish countryside.
The bathroom is as stylish as the rest of the cottage.
This stretch of coastline is littered with great beaches.
The lovely sunny terrace.
Pretty terracotta pots bring a splash of colour to the terrace.
Plenty of room for fun and games on the lawns which spread over two tiers.
Picture perfect Port Isaac - famous for the TV series Doc Martin.
The foodie pub at St Tudy.