This contemporary detached house has stunning sea views throughout, where the gentle sounds of the sea will wash away your worries. Set on the edge of the pretty village of Coverack, and discovered down modern slate steps, through the front door you will find a little slice of heaven at The Sea House.
The reverse accommodation really makes the most of this stunning scene; the open plan living space on the first floor boasts floor to ceiling windows with an uninterrupted view of the sea, sink back into the sofa and let your worries float away. The double doors lead out from the living space to a fabulous balcony, perched up high where you can enjoy a glass of wine watching the swooping seagulls and the ever changing light on the water. The kitchen has a fabulous large worktop that also makes the most of the view, a welcome distraction when making your morning coffee.
Let the fresh sea air send you into a deep slumber at The Sea House; the twin bedroom and main bedroom both have simply stunning sea views. The main bedroom also boasts a wonderful en suite bathroom and a balcony where you can enjoy a peaceful cup of coffee before the day starts. The single bedroom is at the back of the property and is lovely and peaceful. The family bathroom is also on the ground floor where you can wash away the sand and salt after a long day exploring this stunning coast.
The Sea House also has an additional patio which is accessed via the steps to the side of the house which is perfect for drying out those salty wetsuits or storing a paddle board or two.
The South West Coast Path is only a stone's throw from your doorstep where you can find hidden Mears Beach or Perprean Cove to the south, and the pretty village of Coverack to the north and less than a ten minute walk away. The village has everything you might need with two cafes, a village shop, restaurant and friendly pub all along the scenic main street.
The Lizard peninsula is easy to explore from Coverack with quintessential fishing villages and rugged coastlines to discover. With so much at The Sea House to be enjoyed all year round, you will want to keep returning time and time again.
Bedroom 1 with double bed (4'6'') and en suite Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bedroom 3 with single bed (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV, DVD player, CD player and balcony. Electric cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, washing machine, tumble-drier and dishwasher
- No pets
- Cot and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Sunday
- Private parking for 2 medium-sized cars or 1 large car
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Balcony furniture
- 6 electric thermostatic radiators
What a fabulous view from The Sea House.
The kitchen is lovely and sociable.
The living space is designed to make the most of this magical location.
Lie in bed and take in the view, or perhaps wake up with the sea breeze on your balcony (please note robes are not provided).
The views from the balcony are stunning from dawn till dusk.
Welcome to The Sea House, the parking space is between the wall and the house.
Throughout the year the magical view will captivate.
You can even enjoy the view from the kitchen.
There is lots of prep space in this kitchen.
The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom (Bedroom 1) (please note robes are not provided).
The twin bedroom also has the most wonderful views.
The en suite bathroom for the master bedroom.
The twin bedroom also shares the balcony (Bedroom 2).
The cosy single bedroom (Bedroom 3).
The family bathroom on the ground floor.
The three bedrooms and family bathroom are on the ground floor and stairs lead up to the open plan living space.
Take in the dreamy views from your fabulous balcony.
Turquoise waters as far as the eye can see!
There is also a patio area below the house (please barbecue here rather than on the deck for fire safety).
The Sea House has a few steps down from the car park.
Take the steps down to the barbecue-area from the car park.
Looking towards the village from your elevated balcony.
There are plenty of activities on offer in Coverack, perhaps try fish and chips in the old lifeboat station.
Goonhilly is an interesting visit - you can also try an off-road segway.
The tennis courts at nearby Manaccan should you be looking to play tennis, just don't forget your rackets. The courts are open to the public on a play and pay basis.