Relax with stunning views of the sea in a stylish Cornish waterside cottage in Kingsand, Cornwall's forgotten corner, an area of outstanding coastal beauty.
Stylishly presented and simply decorated with a comfortable New England feel, the cottage is an upside down house, laid out to maximise lovely sea and village views from every window.
There are 3 beautifully appointed bedrooms, with luxury cotton bedding and Cornish Atlantic blankets, and 3 bathrooms. The two double bedrooms have sea views and en-suites. The cabin bedroom with two singles is perfect for kids - or petite adults.
The cellar en-suite even has portholes out to sea - spot a dolphin while you soak in our roll top bath! The cabin style bedroom with two singles has walk in wetroom and bathroom adjacent.
There is a duck egg blue, Shaker style kitchen-diner, with a table for six and french doors out to the sun deck. The separate, open-plan lounge has two large comfortable cream sofas and a chaise longue - facing panoramic windows which look out across the bay - perfect for gazing out to sea in. There's also a new Smart TV, CD player all linked to superfast Cornish wireless broadband.
The cottage has two sea facing balconies and a private deck/eating area. There is exclusive parking for three cars.
There are two beaches either side of the cottage and three pubs, serving great food, two cafes, two shops and a post office within easy walking distance. The sheltered sand and shingle beaches are safe and perfect for swimming, rock-pooling, canoeing, stand up paddle boarding or boating.
Kingsand featured in The Life of Turner movie directed by Mike Leigh and starring Timothy Spall. Local sights are at Rame Head, Mount Edgcumbe House and Gardens, Whitsand Bay, which features a marine park, and Anthony House (location of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland) and its Woodland Gardens. Brilliant local restaurants include The Devonport, The View and The Carew Arms.
The surf beaches of Cornwall, The Eden Project and Dartmoor are within easy reach. Hop on the Cremyll Ferry to get to Plymouth, with its great shopping, Theatre Royal and historic Royal William Yard and restaurants. Kingsand is a very special place - child friendly, safe and fun - this is a brilliant place to stay!
Sadly we are unable to accommodate pets - however gorgeous and well behaved - due to allergies.