Kingsand Cottage Rental Photos and Description
A 3 bedroom cottage, sleeps 6. Just a few minutes' walk to the beach and village centre
Lyndale Cottage is a delightful Grade II Listed cottage, full of character and situated on the beautiful Rame Peninsula, in the historic village of Kingsand. The cottage is the 2nd oldest in the village and was built from parts of a ship that had been wrecked on the Eddy Stone Rock and has an original ships door as one of the doors in the house.
Kingsand and Cawsand offer a haven of peace and tranquility. Relax on the beach, in one of the village pubs or cafes or take a stroll through the narrow streets of colour washed cottages and shops that follow.
Swimming, fishing, windsurfing and water skiing are all available on the beaches or you can follow the coast path through the village and the Mount Edgcumbe estate to Cremyll. In the other direction the coast path takes you round the headland to the glorious sandy beach of Whitsand Bay.
A cosy living area featuring a wood-burning stove.
Furnished with two 2 seater wicker-backed sofas and a coffee table.
Large oak dining table and 6 chairs.
Second living area
A light and airy room offering access to the sun terrace.
Furnished with corner group sofa and flatscreen TV with integrated Freeview.
Accessed via a flight of stairs off the kitchen - please note they are relatively steep and without a hand rail.
A traditional cottage-style kitchen featuring an Aga-style cooker and large fridge/freezer.
Full utensils and accessories including a toaster, kettle and microwave.
There is also a wooden breakfast table and 4 chairs.
Situated on the top floor this room features a beautifully preserved beamed ceiling.
Furnished with a 4 poster double bed, two bedside tables both with lamps and a day chair.
Wall mounted plasma screen TV with integrated Freeview.
Furnished with double bed, traditional chest of drawers and vanity mirror.
Furnished with twin beds and integrated wardrobes.
Please note the bedrooms and main bathroom are accessed from the cottages original winding staircase which is relatively steep. There is no hand rail and their is no landing area, the rooms are all accessed directly from the staircase.
The main bathroom comprises of a large bath with shower over, mirror, wash basin and wc.
There is also a downstairs shower room featuring walk-in shower cubicle and wc.
Well maintained courtyard area featuring table and 4 chairs.
Elevated sun terrace with a bench for seating (accessed by approximately 10 steps).
Situated in the heart of the Cawsand village centre with its beach, traditional pubs, and unique shops.
The ferry to Plymouth is just a short walk away.