Perfectly located just a stone's throw from the centre of the beautiful harbourside village of St Mawes, 1 The Brakeyard is a luxury holiday home, ideal for families or groups of friends. This two-storey town house is reverse-level to take advantage of the sea glimpses from the first floor and is stylishly decorated with comfort in mind, inviting you to kick back and relax into your holiday.
Up a short flight of steps, open the front door and two spacious double bedrooms await, both with luxury bed linens and plenty of wardrobe space. The family bathroom is conveniently situated in-between, great for a refreshing shower after a day at the beach. One room has the added benefit of an en suite shower-room with walk in shower and French doors lead on to the pretty secluded patio with outdoor seating, perfect for a morning coffee or evening aperitif, or perhaps gathering the family for a sociable meal.
Take the stairs to the light and airy open plan first floor where cosy sofas in pretty pastel shades of pink and grey await. The living area has been thoughtfully bedecked with some lovely seaside themed decorations and these are evident throughout the house. During cooler months, a warming wood-burner will warm your toes (available from October to March). The dining-room table is well placed for open plan entertaining and a fabulous window seat in the large bay window is a great place to take in the view.
The kitchen is just off the main living area and well-equipped with everything you will need to cook up a holiday feast. The spacious third bedroom leads off the living-room and overlooks the secluded patio area. There is also a convenient, separate WC on this floor.
Although it will be hard to drag yourself away from your lovely holiday home, a short walk away pretty St Mawes beckons. A day spent on fabulous Summers beach will delight both children and adults alike and the harbour is a lovely spot to sit and watch the water world go by with yachts bobbing out to sea. Enjoy fish and chips as fresh as they come, sitting on the sea wall watching paddle boarders and kayaks, or maybe treat yourself in one of the many fine dining establishments.
The bustling town of Falmouth is a short passenger ferry journey away and a day can be spent exploring the delights of the Maritime Museum, Discovery Quay and the many eclectic shops and cafes. Take a picnic and catch the foot ferry to Place Manor, a magical place of secluded coves and you can walk along the coast path from here to the headland with its panoramic views.
A short drive away you can explore the delights of the world-renowned biomes of the Eden Project, or perhaps one of the many beautiful National Trust gardens and houses in the area. The Lost Gardens of Heligan are worth a visit at any time of year and stunning Caerhays Castle should not be missed for its Gothic architecture.
Closer to home, the Roseland peninsula is renowned for its beautiful coastline, fabulous walks and great local produce. Whether you plan to spend sunny days enjoying the many beaches of the south coast or travel further afield to experience the many delights Cornwall has to offer, you are assured of a lovely holiday home to return to at 1 The Brakeyard.
Bedroom 1 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds and en suite Shower-room with shower, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 2 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Steps to Garage/Utiility area with washing machine, tumble-drier and wash-basin
Kitchen with induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher
Sitting-room with Dining-area with Smart TV and wood-burner
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 3 with 'zip and link' (super-king or twin) beds
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Garage for 1 car and private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 200 yds
- Courtyard furniture
- Full electric CH
Just a short stroll from the centre of bustling St Mawes, 1 The Brakeyard is the perfect family holiday home.
The delightful en suite bedroom on the ground floor with secluded patio.
The open plan living/dining-room.
The well-equipped kitchen is off the living-room.
The secluded patio is the perfect place for outside dining.
Breakfast is served.
Pretty St Mawes is a delight at any time of year.
Welcome to 1 The Brakeyard.
The welcoming hallway leading to bedrooms 1 and 2.
This is a delightful sunny room and can be made as a twin or double to suit.
Ample storage space.
The family bathroom sits between bedrooms 1 and 2.
This spacious bedroom has the added benefit of an en suite shower-room.
This stunning holiday home has all you could wish for.
The pretty main bedroom can be a twin or double bedroom.
The en suite shower-room to the main bedroom.
Relax in the pastel shades of the living-room.
The wood-burning stove will keep you toasty in winter (available from October to March).
Sit back and enjoy the wonderful window seat in the living-room.
The dining-area in the open plan living space.
Plenty of space for all around the table.
A breakfast-bar for two in the kitchen, perfect for a cosy chat.
Bedroom 3 is on the first floor and can be made up as a twin or double bed.
1 The Brakeyard has some lovely pretty touches.
The handy WC on the first floor.
The outside patio is a lovely place to sit and enjoy outside space.
There are many secluded coves and beaches to choose from on the Roseland.
The passenger ferry runs a regular service to Falmouth and more secluded areas like Place.
Summers Beach is a short stroll away.
Travel a little further afield and discover the delights of Heligan.
Heligan is a magical place to visit, children will love the jungle board walk.
Walk to the 13th Century church at St Just in Roseland, set in sub-tropical gardens beside a peaceful tidal creek it will take your breath away.
Caerhays Castle is worth a visit.
The ferry is the perfect way to travel on holiday.
Scenic views at every turn on the Roseland.
The beaches of the Roseland are renowned for their beauty.
The Hidden Hut at Portscatho should be on your list of places to visit.
Pub lunch anyone?