Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the little village of Marshgate, between the majestic cliffs towering over the beach at Crackington Haven and the pretty harbour and village of Boscastle, Little Spindrift is a great excuse to get away and explore this stunning part of Cornwall.
All on one level, and perfectly created for two, this detached cottage is immaculately presented throughout, with the owners taking great pride in ensuring you have the most comfortable of stays. The spacious open plan living-room is beautifully light thanks to the bi-folding doors that lead out to the pretty patio-area, a lovely spot to enjoy breakfast al fresco as you plan the day ahead.
The contemporary style kitchen, complete with granite worksurfaces, boasts views across the Cornish countryside and the toasty wood-burner beckons you to snuggle up at the end of a busy day exploring this stunning part of the county.
The shower-room with walk-in shower has the most fabulous tiled wall and when it's time for bed, the lovely bedroom has the most comfortable of king-size beds ensuring a good night's sleep.
Located just off the main road through the village, the friendly owners are on hand to give you a warm welcome but will then leave you to enjoy your break in peace. You can pop to the little village shop and Post Office for those essential supplies and if you fancy meeting some of the locals, The Horseshoe Inn is only half a mile away.
Whether it's a short break or longer holiday, Little Spindrift is the ideal retreat at any time of the year.
This special part of Cornwall has the perfect mix for a great escape; steeped in history and with the most spectacular scenery, you'll be enthralled with stunning coastal and countryside walks, glorious beaches, pretty coastal villages, fantastic surf, a fabulous choice of places to eat and drink and independent shops and galleries tempting you to take a little piece of Cornwall home with you.
Don't forget your walking boots as you are only two miles from the coastal footpath. Head off towards Rocky Valley between Boscastle and Tintagel to marvel at the breathtaking seascapes and vistas or for a change in scenery discover wooded valleys and glorious countryside along the Valency Valley.
The pretty harbourside village of Boscastle, with its tiny harbour, fisherman's cottages, shops, eateries and even a witchcraft museum, is right on your doorstep and don't forget to stop off at the nearby farm shop and restaurant to stock up on some local produce or indulge in some scrummy food - you won't be disappointed!
The coastline is dotted with a fabulous selection of beaches from Crackington Haven and Widemouth Bay to Polzeath and Trebarwith Strand, offering you a chance to feel the sand between your toes, ride the waves or simply enjoy lounging in the sunshine.
At nearby Tintagel you can discover its famous castle, said to be the home of King Arthur, boasting some of the most magnificent sea views imaginable along with Merlin's Cave and the Old Post Office (National Trust).
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. Smart TV and wood-burner. Electric hob, electric oven, microwave and dishwasher
Bedroom with king-size double bed (5')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Patio furniture
- Full gas-fired CH
The open plan living-room.
The gorgeous kitchen-area.
The comfortable bedroom.
Why not treat yourself to a cream tea on the patio.
Welcome to Little Spindrift.
The fabulously appointed kitchen.
The toasty wood-burner is a welcome sight during those out-of-season breaks.
Everything is very convenient but there is a great amount of space.
The countryside views from the kitchen window.
At the end of the day relax and unwind on the sofa.
The bedroom has a king-size bed.
The shower-room with that gorgeous tiled wall.
Enjoy a riverside seat at one of the many eateries in Boscastle.
The nearby village of Boscastle.
Another fabulous view from the local farm shop and restaurant.
There are beautiful countryside and riverside walks.
This stretch of coastline has some of the best beaches in the country - Polzeath is certainly among them.