If you are looking for a room with a view, well stop and look no further, this one is out to impress. Tucked away down a quiet country lane, in an area of the most outstanding natural beauty and with breathtaking panoramic coastal views that will captivate you from sunrise to sunset, Mount Pleasant is waiting to welcome seven lucky guests to its stunning and most enviable location where magical holiday memories are sure to be made.
From sunny barbecues on the terrace, lounging on the decking or family fun in the garden, you'll soak up the setting. Step inside this delightful home-from-home and not only is the view on display from most of the rooms but the talented owner, who clearly has an eye for detail and design, has created a wonderful interior complementing the setting with the most gorgeous linens, soft furnishings and decor.
Cook up holiday breakfasts together in the cottage-style kitchen and we are sure you will linger a little longer at the dining-table whilst you enjoy yet more of the view. Step down into the beautiful sitting-room designed with comfort and relaxation in mind, and the window seat surely has to be the best seat in the house.
Bedroom one is on the ground floor, a boutique-style bedroom with a super comfy king-size bed, exposed beams and stonework and gorgeous scallop shell wallpaper. Next to this bedroom you'll find the wet-room, an ideal set up for those who are a little less mobile or simply want a bit more privacy.
Climb the stairs to the family bathroom and three further bedrooms (one with an en suite shower-room), all beautifully presented to create an oasis of calm and relaxation and ensure the best night's sleep after all that sea air.
Babes in arms up to six months are welcome at Mount Pleasant.
Set close to the tiny hamlet of Treligga on a most beautiful stretch of coastline, coastal walks are a must. In summer head out to enjoy long sunny days swimming and surfing at Trebarwith or Tregardock and on cooler days wrap up warm for a winter hike to Tintagel and reward yourself with a delicious hot chocolate in front of the toasty wood-burner on your return.
A trip to the charming fishing village of Port Isaac will delight lovers of Doc Martin and The Fisherman's Friends and if you time it right, you might catch them singing their sea shanties on the quay. Foodies can indulge in not one but two Nathan Outlaw restaurants and for some fun-filled adventures join Cornish Rock Tors to try your hand at coasteering, sea kayaking or paddle boarding.
Wadebridge is a vibrant town with independent shops, a charming little cinema and the place to hire bikes to cycle along the Camel Trail heading inland to Bodmin or out to the coast to the foodie capital of Cornwall, Padstow and the historic Houses and Gardens of Pencarrow and Lanhydrock certainly put on an impressive show.
Well sounds to me like you have found your perfect holiday destination in this beautiful county!
Sitting-room with TV and wood-burner
Kitchen with electric range cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5') and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 3 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 4 with double bed (4'6'')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Although there are enough beds for eight this is for flexibility, the property sleeps seven plus a baby up to six months.
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and stair-gate
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 3 cars
- No smoking
- Pub 2 miles
- Patio furniture and barbecue
- Full oil-fired CH
Book yourself a break at this wonderful home.
The sitting-room is a beautiful room.
The kitchen is not only great to look at but fully equipped as well.
It is quite a setting.
A gorgeous king-size bed awaits you in bedroom two.
For the lucky guests in bedroom two there's an en suite shower-room.
The four equally gorgeous bedrooms ensure a good night's sleep.
Washing up will be a pleasure with those views!
The sitting-room is such a beautiful room, perfect for relaxing at any time of the day.
No one will ask if they can leave the table with this view as a backdrop!
Make sure to sample the best local produce by seeking out a farm shop or two.
Such a lovely kitchen, with iconic Cornishware crockery.
Breakfast in bed - well who can blame you.
Bedroom one on the ground floor is such a pretty bedroom, you're guaranteed a blissful night's sleep.
The wet-room is on the ground floor, perfect for the guests in bedroom one or for having a quick shower when you get back from the beach.
The toasty wood-burner is a welcome sight on those out-of-season breaks.
Let's take a peek inside bedroom one.
Loving that wallpaper.
Most definitely the best seat in the house!
Your own drinks cabinet - please bring your own supplies.
The perfect spot for curling up at the end of the day exploring.
Kick back and chill out with a glass of your favourite tipple and some delicious treats.
We just love the gorgeous touches throughout.
Holidays are all about relaxing and taking things at a gentler pace.
A morning shower will set you up for the day.
Even the en suite has gorgeous wallpaper.
Yet another king-size bed in bedroom three - you'll be spoil for choice.
Bedroom three is dual aspect so you can enjoy sea views on one side and the countryside on the other.
Beach bags at the ready ...
And pretty little bedroom four - perfect for one and you still get a double bed.
The family bathroom.
The tiling picks out all the colours of the surrounding area.
Another perfect feature that embraces the setting.
Al fresco meals are the order of the day on warmer days.
Mount Pleasant- ready to receive you with a warm welcome.
It's a lovely house is a fabulous setting.
Where shall we go today?
You'll waste hours looking at that view - but trust us it's not a waste, this is what holidays are all about.
Port Isaac is the shortest of drives and such a delightful village with so many claims to fame.
Hire a bike and cycle along the Camel Trail - there's a total of 17 miles to explore.
Fashionable Padstow will delight the foodies amongst you.
There's such a great choice of beaches, you can try a different one everyday.
Head up the coast to Boscastle, another charming little village.