Welcome to Shorelines, a pretty double fronted Cornish terraced cottage in the heart of Portscatho, the desirable and much-loved seaside village on the Roseland peninsula. One of a select group of properties on River Street, this perfectly proportioned holiday home for up to four guests is only a short stroll to the beach front.
On arrival step through the blue painted porch into this attractive whitewashed stone cottage to discover the cosy open plan sitting/dining-room complete with a warming wood-burner, perfect for those out-of-season stays or cooler evening. Snuggle up on the comfy sofa or relax in one of the armchairs with a good book. Enjoy a meal with family or friends around the table here, or outside on your private courtyard accessed through the sun-room seating-area, the choice is yours.
Across the hallway and step into the kitchen, a calm cooking space with everything you need to cook up a delicious meal and with an abundance of produce in this part of Cornwall, you can shop local at one of the many farm shops and village stores in the area. Eating out can also be a great holiday pastime, whether it be fish and chips from the mobile van on a Friday or a Feast Night at the Hidden Hut (bookings required), or maybe you prefer a sit-down meal at the Plume of Feathers or The Standard, both local pubs are renowned for their tasty food and a warm welcome.
When it's time for bed, head upstairs to one of two bedrooms, the main bedroom is a spacious room decorated in soft colours, with a comfy king-size double bed and views over River Street below. Across the landing is the twin room, another good size bedroom where adults or the little ones will be comfortable sleeping. The bathroom is also on this floor.
The Roseland peninsula is a fabulous place for a holiday where you will discover glorious countryside, breathtakingly beautiful beaches, hidden coves and pretty fishing villages. The much sought-after village of Portscatho sits on the sheltered easterly side of the peninsula with far-reaching views over Gerrans Bay and beyond. The village is home to a good variety of shops and eateries with the renowned Curgurrell Farm Shop just a short journey away where you can stock up on the freshest seafood, home-grown meats, vegetables, bread and diary produce. Shorelines is directly opposite the Plume of Feathers pub offering locally-sourced food and a log fire in cooler months. At the end of the road is Tatams beach within yards of the property, why not hire a paddleboard or kayak and explore the coves of Portscatho. However you choose to spend your holiday, Shorelines is set in a fantastic location and is sure to keep you coming back for more.
Kitchen with induction hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge with ice-box and dishwasher
Sitting/Dining-room with TV/DVD player and wood-burner
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed (5')
Bedroom 2 with twin beds (3')
Bathroom with bath, fitted shower, WC and wash-basin
Outside Access to
Utility-room with washing machine and tumble-drier
- Dogs welcome (1 only)
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Friday
- Short breaks available
- Wood-burner/Open fire
- Public car park (250 yds distant)
- No smoking
- Pub 10 yds
- Patio furniture
Welcome to Shorelines.
The cosy wood-burner is perfect for cooler evenings.
The kitchen has everything you need to cook up a delicious meal.
Bedroom 1 with king-size double bed.
Enjoy the outdoor courtyard at Shorelines.
The sun-room offers additional seating and leads out to the patio.
A well-equipped kitchen for you to enjoy.
Enjoy meals with family or friends.
Bedroom 1 is spacious and has a window seat.
Ready for the day ahead.
The spacious bathroom.
Bedroom 2 with twin beds.
Light and airy with plenty of space for two.
Why not dine al fresco?
A short stroll to the sea.
Plenty of seating both indoors and outdoors to enjoy in all weathers.
Great for relaxed dining.
A bird's eye view of Portscatho.
The Hidden Hut is a great place for a refreshment or a bite to eat.
Boats in the harbour.
Catch the ferry from St Mawes to the maritime town of Falmouth.
St Mawes castle is worth a visit, the views are amazing!
Take the King Harry Ferry across the Fal river to Falmouth.