Packed full of character and charm, this Grade II Listed terraced cottage is waiting to welcome you to a wonderful holiday in the coastal village of Boscastle. If only walls could talk what stories would be told, as parts date back to the 1600s, and original features are evident throughout with flagstone floors, exposed beams, inglenook fireplaces and sloping floors all adding to the overall appeal of this very unique cottage.
The homely kitchen/dining-room is one well-stocked room, overlooking the courtyard garden it has all the mod-cons for 21st Century living and the cosy sitting-room is the perfect escape for unwinding and relaxing, complete with a coal-effect electric fire to keep you snug on those out-of-season breaks. Should you need to catch up on some work or perhaps want some quiet time with a good book, there's a little office/snug and the large hallway has plenty of space for storing all your holiday gear.
Outside , the large sunny courtyard garden is the ideal spot to enjoy morning coffee or a leisurely lunch but as there's a wonderful pub only 100 yards up the road why not let the locals do the cooking for you.
Time for bed and the two double rooms - one with a king-size bed - are truly delightful and really spacious so there's plenty of room to spread out, and next to the family bathroom the bunk bedroom will thrill younger members of your party, you just need to decide who gets the top bunk!
Located in the older part of the village you can enjoy being away from the hustle and bustle but when you want to get involved, stroll down the hill to the heart of the village with its tiny harbour, selection of shops and galleries and places to eat and drink. Being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the best way to explore is on foot, so don't forget your walking boots as you discover coastal paths, woodlands walks and countryside rambles that will truly delight.
The neighbouring village of Tintagel is steeped in Arthurian history and legend and modern day history is being created in the delightful village of Port Isaac home of The Fisherman's Friends, Nathan Outlaw's restaurants and the setting for TV's Doc Martin. If beach days are on the agenda whether for rock pooling, leisurely picnics or riding the surf, you are spoilt for choice along this stretch of coastline and for a complete contrast in scenery, the rugged landscape of Bodmin Moor is easily accessible. What a great holiday you are going to have!
Sitting-room with Smart TV, Blu-ray DVD player and log-effect electric fire
Kitchen/Diner with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with double bed (4'6'')
Bedroom 3 with bunk-beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Please be aware that due to the age and listed status of this cottage, the floors upstairs are uneven and there are flagstone and hard floors in some of the downstairs rooms. *A cot is not provided, bring your own travel cot.
- Regret no pets
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Parking on road and public car park (600 yds distant)
- No smoking
- Pub 100 yds
- Courtyard furniture
- 7 electric thermostatic radiators
A warm welcome awaits you at No 4.
The cottage sitting-room invites you to unwind and relax.
No 4 has three pretty bedrooms.
The kitchen/dining-room is the heart of the home.
The sunny terrace is a lovely spot to enjoy al fresco dining.
The delightful cottage kitchen-area.
The cottage kitchen is packed full of everything you need to cook up those holiday treats.
Enjoy holiday meals together.
The cosy sitting-room has an electric fire, perfect for those out-of-season breaks.
There's even a little office for those who might need to catch up on some work whilst away.
Lovely touches throughout.
Bedroom 1 has a lovely king-size bed.
For an old cottage the main bedroom is really spacious.
Pretty bedroom 2 has a double bed.
Bedroom 2 sits at the front of the cottage, separate from the other two bedrooms.
The family bathroom.
It's only a short stroll down the hill!
The bunk-beds in bedroom 3 will delight younger members of your party.
You'll have plenty of adventures on your holiday in Boscastle.
The sheltered courtyard is a real treat.
The picturesque village of Boscastle is quite charming.
The village has a good choice of places to eat and drink including the farm shop and cafe.
You can walk to the farm shop and enjoy the view that awaits you.
This stretch of coastline has a great choice of beaches.
The nearby village of Tintagel is steeped in Arthurian legend.
The dramatic coastline is best discovered along the coastal footpath.
Enjoy a day at Port Isaac.