Wow what a view! Aptly named, Crowsnest really does provide the most wonderful lookout across open countryside to the Atlantic Ocean and the stunning north Cornish coastline.
From the minute you arrive you will be drawn to the sun-room and balcony to enjoy the view from sunrise to sunset and my, are those sunsets quite spectacular.
Just a mile from the coast and the sandy beach of Trebarwith only a 20 minute stroll downhill, this is an ideal base to enjoy the abundance of beaches, coastal walks, fishing villages and amazing scenery along this stretch of coastline.
Located on the main coastal road through the hamlet of Trewarmett, the traditional home-from-home interiors of this first floor apartment, originally a 17th Century farmhouse, will appeal to both couples and friends alike.
A galley kitchen leads off from the cosy sitting/dining-room, which certainly makes the most of the wonderful views. The sun-room and balcony certainly provide the best seats in the house so you can enjoy the setting whatever the weather, and the two pretty bedrooms and family bathroom are at the back of the apartment.
If you have family and friends wanting to join you, Haywain (4168) is on the ground floor making this a great place for all to gather.
The popular surfing beach of Trebarwith Strand, only a 20 minute walk down the hill, has a cafe, shop and a pub perched on the clifftop allowing you to take full advantage of the antics of the beach below. If the walk back up is a little too much for you The Mill House Inn will provide a welcome break halfway up!
Famous for its castle ruins, nearby Tintagel is said to be the birthplace of King Arthur and for something a little more up-to-date, the pretty fishing village of Port Isaac made famous by 'The Fisherman's Friends' and television's 'Doc Martin' is well worth a visit. You can indulge in culinary delights at Boscastle Restaurant and farm shop after exploring the coastal footpath or head inland to Bodmin Moor to enjoy the wide open spaces and rugged outcrops of a very contrasting landscape.
Sitting/Dining-room with TV and DVD player
Galley Kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, microwave and fridge
Access to Balcony
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Outside Access to
Shared Laundry-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
The thick stone walls at the front of the cottage in Crowsnest limit the strength of the WiFi signal in the bedrooms, so we suggest connecting in the rear rooms from the sitting/dining-room on. You may unload your car in a parking space next to the cottage but the main parking space is to the right of the cottages and therefore the driver, at least, will have to walk the short distance along the road to access the apartment.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Balcony furniture
- 3 panel heaters
What a view! This is what Crowsnest is all about.
Pull up a chair and enjoy the view from inside the conservatory or out on the balcony.
Crowsnest has two pretty bedrooms.
Come rain or shine you can enjoy the view out across the Atlantic to Gull Rock.
The lovely galley kitchen has all you need to cook up your holiday meals.
You can still enjoy the view from the kitchen.
Enjoy your holiday breakfasts whilst you plan the day ahead.
The sitting-area has plenty of room to chill out and relax.
Why not treat yourself to a cream tea while you are on holiday.
The planters on the balcony full of pretty flowers.
The double bedroom is at the front of the apartment.
The twin bedroom is also located at the front of the apartment.
The bathroom also has a fitted shower over the bath.
Crowsnest is the first floor apartment in the left-hand cottage, located on the main coastal road through the hamlet of Trewarmett.
The sunsets are quite spectacular.
Trebarwith Strand is just over a mile away down the hill.
The pretty harbourside village of Port Isaac.
Well known Padstow of Rick Stein fame is a little further down the coast.
Merlin's Cave at Tintagel, where you can also visit the Castle - said to be the castle of King Arthur.
The pretty village of Boscastle- explore the harbour, visit the pottery or take a hike along the coastal footpath.
This part of the coast is littered with great beaches.