Jacketts Cottage has breathtaking views across the sparkling waters of the Carrick Roads and River Fal and the soft scenery of Flushing, St Mawes and the Roseland peninsula beyond. The cottage is perched above beautifully tended public gardens so with this stunning outlook the patio is a perfect space to enjoy your morning coffee or perhaps a leisurely breakfast.
This terraced cottage has a gorgeous contemporary open plan living space with a separate kitchen and a serving hatch, so you can chat to one another. There is plenty of space for everyone to relax together, but if you want a quiet moment to enjoy a good book and a glass of wine there is a light and airy snug on the first floor which also benefits from the ever-changing harbour view.
The dining-area is a lovely place for a long relaxing meal and with its panoramic view of the bustling estuary there will always be something to see and talk about.
You won't need to venture far from Jacketts Cottage to find a wonderful selection of restaurants, shops and pubs with The Boathouse pub just moments from your front door. Falmouth's historic high street is a short stroll away and has many independent boutiques, cafes and also a bakery where you can pick up fresh bread and croissants.
Jacketts Cottage provides comfortable and stylish living space; the two bedrooms are on the first floor and can each be arranged as super-king doubles or twin beds and each has a generous wardrobe and dressing-table. The master bedroom also boasts beautiful sea views, and the family shower-room is shared by both bedrooms.
Falmouth will delight too. The Prince of Wales Pier and Custom House Quay offer ferries to St Mawes and Flushing and many other picturesque routes to places such as Truro and dog-friendly Trelissick. Renowned Gyllyngvase Beach – a Blue Flag, life-guarded beach from Easter to the end of October – is less than a mile away, with watersports tuition and the enticing Gylly Beach Cafe set right on the sands.
This is a great spot from which to explore Cornwall. The Helford River, the Lizard and the north coast are stunning all year round and are within a 40 minute drive. With so much on offer you will have a fabulous holiday at any time of year here at Jacketts Cottage.
Kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine
Sitting-room with Dining-area with Smart TV
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds
Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Take care on the high step up to Jacketts Cottage. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Dogs welcome
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 30 yds
- Patio furniture
- Full gas-fired CH
Enjoy a glass of wine or a morning coffee on your patio.
The open plan living space is very sociable.
The well-equipped kitchen is a delight to cook in.
The master bedroom has just stunning views (Bedroom 1).
Open the doors to breathe in the fresh sea air.
The contemporary space has lovely views over the estuary.
There is plenty of space for all your holiday gear; walking boots, dog bed and beach towels.
The stylish kitchen is light and airy.
Stretch out on the bench tucked away on the patio.
The dining-area with its panoramic view of the bustling estuary.
Enjoy some peace and quiet in the snug.
The bed can be made up as a super-king or twins (Bedroom 1).
You might struggle to leave your bed with views like this (Bedroom 1).
This bedroom can be either a super-king or twins (Bedroom 2).
No detail has been missed (Bedroom 2).
The family shower-room.
There is a large corner shower.
Please take care on the high step up to Jacketts Cottage.
The outlook from the patio and dining space over the public gardens and water beyond.
Wander down the High Street to Prince of Wales Pier, there are lots of ferries from here to explore the estuary.
The car parking space for Jacketts Cottage is the space to the left of the silver golf.
Customs House Quay in Falmouth is surrounded by pubs and restaurants.
The banks of The Helford are waiting to be discovered.
Sandy Gyllyngvase beach has a great cafe and paddle boarding on offer.