Pengerein - a cottage that sleeps 4 guests in 2 bedrooms
Holiday at Pengerein
Pengerein holiday cottage is in an ideal location and the views are excellent. There is the wow factor when you walk in the lounge and face the view. The coastal path is accessible from the bottom of the property, and enables easy access to the beach, about a 10 minute walk and also the Hidden Hut. The village is a 5 minute stroll away and has all you could want. The cottage is ideal for 2 adults. Downstairs spacious. Upstairs a little more compact due to the slope of the roof, but adequate. It is worth noting the steps from the parking space and from path to the cottage are steep. We had a wonderful holiday and would definitely stay again.
We have stayed here for several years and are very pleased with the location. The facilities offered in the village are really good
Lovely property with fantastic views. Well equipped with everything you may need. Would definitely recommend the property and Portscatho Holidays.
Both of us exclaimed the same word when we walked into Pengerein: Wow! It didn't only apply to the wonderful view of Gerrens Bay facing us through the living window - Nare Head, Gull Rock and Portcurnick Beach to the left of us, the pretty harbour of Portscatho to the right. It could easily have been extracted by the inside of the house, which might have been newly prepared for a photo-shoot by Good Housekeeping. Tastefully decorated, clean and invitingly luxurious. The kitchen was well equipped (we are used to taking extra luxuries we didn't need here) and spacious. The lounge not only had that view but was comforting in a way which made it easy to just sit and admire it. There were also a well stacked cabinet with lots of books to get lost in if you were inclined to sit out on the front patio as well as games and puzzles. The bedrooms were also very comfortable and it was useful to have two bathrooms. Parking is at the top of a narrow passage giving direct access to a road which wasn't too busy to make getting in or out a problem. The shop and pub is four minutes walk away (we timed it) and the South West Coast path runs past the front gate! If you are looking for an alternative to the pricey (indeed slightly fleecy) Plume of Feathers a pizza van and a fish & chips van stop yards from the house on Wednesday and Fridays. We would also recommend the very welcoming Harbour Club for cheap drinks and atmosphere (we had a great evening with the locals at their well attended open mike night) and the excellent coffee and cakes served by the Hidden Hut and Tatums. We very rarely go back to the same place as there are so many places in Cornwall to visit. But we'd love to return here. PS: the service of Portscatho Holidays was also first class.