Situated over looking a busy working shipyard this property certainly is in a very central location for boat watching where no two days are ever the same. The property was refurbished in 2017 to a very good standard. Why not soak up the history of this village as you make your way to this traditional cottage through the narrow streets.
This charming cottage provides all you need for your holiday and is an ideal base for couples and families alike. The village itself has a small shop and a couple of pubs which serve food. There is ferry service to Fowey which runs every 15 minutes giving access to further shops, restaurants and pubs. There is only one road in and out of Polruan which ends by the quay close to the tidal beach. It is ideally situated for visiting attractions such as The Minac Theatre, The Eden Project or Ferryside where Daphne Du Maurier wrote her first novel. There is also easy access to the South West Coast Path.
Entering the property on the ground floor you will come to the compact galley style kitchen well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge (located by the staircase). The kitchen leads you through to the shower room with shower and WC. The lounge/diner is surprisingly spacious with a comfy sofa and two armchairs where you can cosy up in front of the wood burner and watch a film on the TV/DVD, there is also a folding dining table which seats four where you can enjoy your family meals. Take the cottage stairs to the first floor where you will find the bedrooms the first of which is a king-size and is front facing and where you are able to glimpse the harbour and quay. The second bedroom is a spacious twin.
Moving outside there is a small shared sheltered courtyard with garden furniture. Parking is in the local car parks
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.