Paradise House enjoys a peaceful location in the charming village of Boscastle.
The sitting-room is a very beautiful room.
The house is packed full of charm and character.
Paradise House has five beautiful bedrooms.
The sleek and stylish kitchen/breakfast-room.
The range style cooker is just what you need when catering for a crowd.
Sit up at the breakfast-bar and enjoy the views over the garden and surrounding area.
For more formal dining, make your way to the dining-room.
A wonderfully light and airy room with views over the front garden.
The wonderful bay window is the perfect spot to unwind with your favourite holiday read.
The elegant sitting-room has an electric flame stove, which gives the effect of a wood-burning stove, without all the hassle.
Gorgeous furnishings throughout.
Relax in the bay window of this beautiful home.
Sneak off to the snug for some quiet time or for younger guests to enjoy some time away from the adults!
Welcome to Paradise House.
A super-king double bed awaits in bedroom 1.
Snuggle up under the covers of your king-size bed in bedroom 2.
Plenty of storage space for your holiday wear.
Lovely cushions and throws dress the beds.
The family bathroom is accessed up a few steps and has a gorgeous free-standing bath, inviting you to chill out and enjoy a long leisurely soak.
The styling in the bathroom perfectly complements the age of the house.
Bedroom 4 is such a pretty room with its charming bed and patchwork quilt.
Sweet dreams.
As well as the family bathroom, there are also two shower-rooms.
The single bedroom sits at the front of the house overlooking the garden.
Bedroom 5 can be set up as a single or double bed but if you don't need the extra beds, it becomes a wonderful space to enjoy the garden with access to the terrace and garden at the back. This room is accessed internally from the first floor corridor.
Double doors from the garden-room/bedroom 5 lead out to the garden at the back, with views over the village and out to sea.
The second shower-room.
Paradise House is an elegant Georgian home.
The village of Boscastle is picture perfect.
You'll enjoy wandering around the village and harbour at any time of the day.
There are some wonderful walks along the coast, across open countryside and through wooded river valleys to discover.
The village farm shop and cafe are highly recommended.
There is such a great choice of beaches along this stretch of coastline - you can try a different one every day.
A little further down the coast, the village of Port Isaac is certainly worth a visit.
The nearby village of Tintagel is steeped in history and Arthurian legend.

Paradise House


Boscastle / Sleeps 9 + cot

20% off for parties of 7 + cot or less at certain times of the year, view offer...

Book or Reserve Need more time? Reserve any cottage for up to 24 hours before booking

7 Nights from £1369

Bedroom details

Bedroom 1


Bedroom 2


Bedroom 3


Bedroom 4


Bedroom 5


Paradise House is simply gorgeous. Tucked away, in a peaceful spot at the top of the charming village of Boscastle, it is only a 15 minute stroll down the hill to the heart of the village and pretty little harbour. For scenery packed coastal walks, exploring fishing villages and historic harbours, fun days on some fabulous beaches and the chance to immerse yourself in village life, Paradise House ticks all the boxes and is perfect for family holidays or a group of friends looking for a getaway in this stunning part of north Cornwall.

Take the steps that lead to the front door and prepare to be greeted by this most heavenly Grade II Listed Georgian Villa. Flawlessly renovated, the stylish and luxurious interiors perfectly complement the charm and character of this period property.

The gorgeous sitting-room with its large bay window invites you to relax with a good book and there's a separate snug, which will delight younger members who want to escape from the adults! Make meal times a celebration all gathered around the dining-table and for more informal dining, pitch up at the breakfast-bar, perfectly positioned to watch the birds and wildlife in the garden. The kitchen comes complete with butler sink and a range-style cooker that is sure to delight all budding chefs no doubt cooking up local produce purchased from the village farm shop, but as the local pub is only a few minutes' walk away, why not let someone else do the cooking for you.

Upstairs four beautifully appointed boutique-style bedrooms have window seats below the sash windows, just the spot to sit and enjoy a morning cuppa. The fifth bedroom is brilliantly light and airy, and leads directly out to the terrace and back garden. This room can be set up as a single or double bed for added flexibility or simply left as a garden-room for further relaxation.

The family bathroom is equally impressive, with the roll-top bath taking pride of place, lazy holiday soaks are a shoo-in, and there's also two separate shower-rooms, so plenty of options for all guests.

Situated along a quiet lane, you can enjoy many a happy hour enjoying the peace and tranquility in the garden, whether lounging on the lawn or dining on the terrace. . For bird lovers there's a rookery amongst the trees when there will be much activity in late spring with the arrival of their chicks. So, what are you waiting for, come and create cherished holiday memories at Paradise House.

Venture down the hill to the heart of the village and discover the historic harbour, quaint cottages, galleries, pottery, visitor centre and the famous witchcraft museum! There's also a choice of cafes, tearooms and pubs, including the award-winning Boscastle Farm shop and restaurant - so you'll never have to worry about cooking! This area is a paradise for walkers, with trails along wooded valleys and the dramatic coastline right on your doorstep. Nearby Tintagel is steeped in history with the legendary castle of King Arthur and The Old Post Office (National Trust) and the charming village of Port Isaac, home to The Fisherman's Friends and TV's Doc Martin, is well worth a visit. There are fantastic beaches along this stretch of coastline and for some fun on two wheels, cycle along the Camel Trail as it winds its way from Bodmin Moor, through the bustling town of Wadebridge and along the Camel Estuary, out to Padstow on the coast.

However you spend your day, whether exploring all the delights this area has to offer or simply relaxing in the garden enjoying the sunshine, we are sure Paradise House will entice you back year after year.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Kitchen/Breakfast-room with electric range cooker with induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher

Sitting-room with Smart TV

Dining-room with ornamental inglenook fireplace

Snug with Smart TV

Utility-area with washing machine and tumble-drier

Cloakroom with WC and wash-basin

First Floor

Bedroom 1 with super-king double bed (6')

Bedroom 2 with king-size double bed (5')

Bedroom 3 with single bed (3')

Bedroom 4 with king-size double bed (5')

Bedroom 5/Garden Room with king-size day bed (5')

Shower-room 1 with shower, WC and wash-basin

Shower-room 2 with shower, WC and wash-basin

Bathroom with bath, WC and wash-basin

Due to the age of the house, there are small steps along the corridors on both the ground and first floors. Please also supervise young children (and dogs) in the garden where there is a small stream.


  • Dogs welcome
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair-gate
  • Arrive/Depart Friday
  • Short breaks available
  • Private parking for 3 cars and parking on road
  • Superfast WiFi
  • No smoking
  • Pub 250 yds
  • Garden furniture and barbecue
  • Full oil-fired CH