Tucked away from the main area of the quay only a few paces from Back Beach, one of Polruan's hidden secrets. A romantic hideaway or a bolt hole to escape a busy life.
Sitting on Cornwall's pretty south coast line with its clear seas, lush landscape and hidden coves you will find the tranquil village of Polruan where you can wonder the pretty streets with village shop, 2 village pubs and cafe offering traditional Cornish fayre. You are well placed for walking the many coastal paths right on the door step. The cottage is paces from the passenger ferry over to Fowey with its independent shops, restaurants and pubs dotted along the streets. While visiting Fowey, St Catherine's Castle and Readymoney Cove is a must see attraction. Slightly further afield to the east are the fishing villages of Looe and Polperro and to the west you will find Eden Project, the long sandy beach at Carlyon Bay and the historic harbour of Charlestown with its tall ships, pebbled beach and pubs.
Enter through the front door into a useful porch area, which leads through to the ground floor lounge/ snug area, with cosy arm chair and local 1800s farmhouse settle and long case clock for seating. Sit and relax in front of the wood burner after a busy day sightseeing. From the lounge is the kitchen/diner where you can create and enjoy a meal for two. The kitchen area has an electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge. Head up the cottage style staircase to the first floor you will find a cosy second lounge with original feature fireplace, TV, window seating and views of the estuary and over to Fowey, it is the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by. On this floor you will also find the newly refurbished bathroom with shower over the P- shaped bath and WC. A steep set of stairs leads you up to the second floor, where the double bedroom can be found, you can enjoy the enchanting views over the river without leaving the cottage.
There is no outside space at the property, however, the cottage is within paces from the beach and village quay. The property does not have any parking but there are nearby car parks where weekly tickets can be purchased.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.