For over 300 years The Loft has been standing on the south side of Coverack bay keeping watch over the ever-changing moods of the sea. A former fishermen’s net loft skilfully converted into comfortable accommodation for two, this thatched semi-detached cottage with its fabulous views offers a romantic escape from the pressures of modern day living. Outside, an exclusive private parking space lies adjacent to the cottage.
A stable-door opens directly from the street into the living-room, where the refurbished open plan kitchen has everything a cook might need – but there are also plenty of opportunities to eat out nearby, including the village pub just a short stroll away.
There are local walks galore, and the choice of fishing, swimming or windsurfing almost on your doorstep. Coverack offers everything for the active visitor, but you may wish simply to sit back, relax and enjoy the wonderful scenery – you are sure to find the spectacular views from the dining-table particularly absorbing!
Open plan living-room with kitchen and dining areas. TV. Electric cooker, microwave and fridge
Cloakroom with wash-basin
Bedroom with double bed (4'6'') and en suite shower cubicle
- Regret no pets
- Travel cot and high chair
- Arrive/Depart Saturday
- Short breaks available
- Private parking for 1 car
- No smoking
- Pub 300 yds
- 3 NS heaters
The Loft offers spectacular views across the bay from both the cottage and the parking space!(pictured).
The light and surpisingly spacious open plan living-room with space to cook, eat and relax with the most amazing view.
A view of the harbour, just a few yards away from the cottage.
The ground floor double bedroom with an en suite shower cubicle and fabulous sea views.
The attractive kitchen is very well-equipped with a built-in microwave, oven and hob.
The Loft is centrally located for all the village amenities.
Looking across the bay to the other side of the village.
Looking back across the bay, The Loft is the little thatched cottage in the middle of the bottom row of houses.
The Loft with the parking-area to the right of the cottage.
There are many places to eat in the village including The Bay Hotel, Chloe's Cafe, the village shop cafe and a couple of great places for cake and a cuppa (seasonal opening for some).
The Paris is good for food, serves good beer and has a fun quiz night on a Tuesday.
The old Lifeboat House is now a fish restaurant. (pls note closed in November and not open every day in winter months). Fish & Chip takeaway too.
The wind surfing school in Coverack is open April to September.
Roskillys ponds are just up the road from the farm.
The lovely bay at Coverack with acres of sea and sky.
And a lovely sandy beach at low tide.
Watch the boats come in and out of this little fishing harbour.
The Loft is the last cottage on the right of the picture sitting right on the harbours edge.