Wow, what a setting and what a view! The location of this traditional Cornish cottage is truly special and will be adored by those who want a real coastal escape. Relax and soak in the views of the ocean from your sunny garden or perched on the terrace, and you are just moments from the beach which is ideal for those who fancy a morning dip before breakfast.
Discover stunning vistas around every corner as you stroll out along the coastal footpath or enjoy messing around on the water with paddleboards and kayaks to hire right from the beach, the area will delight the young and the young at heart along and your pampered pooch.
After a memorable day, head back to Drake to chill out in the soothing hot tub before firing up the barbecue to watch the sun set setting as you dine under the stars.
Warm and welcoming interiors await you in this charming terraced cottage. On chillier days, the sitting-room invites you to curl up with a good book in front of the wood-burner or enjoy time together with a holiday game and when it's time for the bed let the sound of the sea gently send you off to the land of Nod.
Set in the pretty coastal hamlet of Portwrinkle, the beach cafe and golf course are the shortest of strolls away and the popular village pub is waiting to welcome you at the top of the hill. For an extra treat, guests have complimentary use of a sauna and steam room, found along Guillemot Terrace.
This stunning part of Cornwall, affectionately known as 'the forgotten corner' of Cornwall is a real gem and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Rame peninsula offers glorious sandy beaches and the twinned villages of Kingsand and Cawsand are utterly charming with narrow streets, colour washed cottages and a great choice of places to eat and drink. The working fishing town of Looe offers traditional seaside fun, and a little further down the coast the trendy sailing town of Fowey is well worth a visit.
If you prefer more grandeur, head for the historical houses and gardens of the Mount Edgcumbe, Port Eliot and Anthony Estates and for maritime history, take a trip across the Tamar to Plymouth and seek out the historic Barbican and Plymouth Hoe.
Kitchen with electric hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher
Conservatory with Dining-area
Sitting-room with wood-burner and TV
Bathroom with bath, hand shower attachment, shower cubicle, WC and wash-basin
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin
Please note the bathroom is on the ground floor and there are sloping ceilings in the twin room. Use of the sauna and steam room are booked on a time slot basis so you can enjoy the facilities in private. Sessions are bookable on site. PLEASE NOTE permits for additional parking are available for a fee.
- Dogs welcome
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Sunday
- Short breaks available
- Hot tub/Outdoor bath
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Private parking for 1 car
- Superfast WiFi
- No smoking
- Pub .5 miles
- Garden furniture and barbecue
- Full electric CH
What a wonderful spot for lazing in a hot tub
What a view!
The sitting-room is the perfect place to relax.
The perfect spot for a garden picnic.
Looking back at Drake.
Watch the sunset as you enjoy your evening meal...
The sitting-room is light and airy...
...as well as calm and tranquil.
Cosy up by the wood-burner.
The well-equipped kitchen.
Relax, unwind and soak up that view
The tranquil bedroom with king-size double bed.
Who wouldn't want to wake up to that view?
Tasteful decor throughout.
Another light space!
Exquisitely positioned with views out over the ocean, this little spa is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Look out over the sea as you sip some bubbles and enjoy the sauna.
After a day at the beach, relax and unwind in the steam room.
The twinned village of Kingsand and Cawsand are utterly charming.
You'll enjoy watching the sun setting at the end of the day.
The harbour town of Looe offers traditional seaside fun, the chance to join a fishing trip or wander around the shops.
The historic house, gardens and parkland at nearby Mount Edgcumbe are well worth a visit.
The coastline along the Rame peninsula is quite spectacular!
Endless miles of golden sand.