* *NEWLY REFURBISHED COTTAGE SUMMER 2018**
Corner Cottage has just been given a fabulous extensive face-lift and is now ready to welcome guests who are looking for a refreshing and carefree holiday in an idyllic bustling historic fishing village where everything you may need is right on your doorstep...
* Sleeps 4: has 2 bedrooms plus 2 bathrooms
*Linen & Towels included (exc' beach towels)
*Short breaks Nov- March with flexible changeovers
The cottage has the advantage of being extended in the past providing generous accommodation over 3 floors ensuring there is plenty of room to relax and is situated centrally, yet on a quiet lane, in stunning Mevagissey. Enter the property via the bright spacious modern dining/kitchen which leads off to a separate lounge with widescreen TV, DVD player plus games and books to hand. The open plan staircase off the lounge leads up to the 1st floor where you'll find the light and airy second bedroom with two 3ft single beds with luxury bedding.
The newly installed family bathroom with is double ended bath and mixer taps is also on the 1st floor....
A further staircase leads to the master bedroom on the 2nd floor which has a sumptuous king-size bed, again with luxury bedding, a magnificent vaulted ceiling and a superb en-suite with large shower.. Both bedrooms have ample storage as does the bathroom...
Mevagissey is a maze of narrow winding streets and within 2 minutes of leaving the cottage you'll find yourself on the harbour, the heart of the village, surrounded by many great bars, restaurants, gift shops, craft shops, galleries, cafes, the Meva' History Museum, the Model Railway & Aquarium plus numerous individually owned and well know shops. There are various boat & fishing trips on offer along with the Mevagissey Ferry which runs daily in the summer & docks at the Town Quay in the quaint village of Fowey.
Mevagissey is conveniently placed for many of Cornwall’s wonderful attractions such as:
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Caerhays Castle & Beach
The Eden Project
The historic port of Charlestown (where many scenes from the TV series Poldark were recently filmed) And where, at various times of the year, the Tall Ships berth close to The Charlestown Shipwreck Centre with its historical artefacts which form the largest private collection of this type on public display in Europe.
The Southwest Coastal Path also passes through Mevagissey allowing you to explore the stunning coastline..
Once time has been spent in Meva', as the locals call it, its quite simple to understand why it is call "Magical Mevagissey".....