Cottage in Mousehole, Cornwall, England - Recently Renovated, In A Quiet Spot In The Middle Of Mousehole
One beautifully appointed master bedroom enjoys the enviable position of the the top floor of this converted 3-storey 18th Century pilchard cottage. With full height ceiling, exposed beams and double doors straight out onto a large walk out balcony, this is the perfect haven for a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of life outside. Watch the tide sweeping in and out over the rooftops from the sunny balcony or enjoy a seasonal storm from the cosiness of your king-size custom made bed
About the Owner
Activity and Interests
The Bird House is 200M from the Harbour beach. Mousehole is within easy driving distance of some of the finest Cornish beaches - Marazion, Porthcurno Sennen and those of St Ives.
2 miles to Penzance
12 miles to St Ives
3 miles to Lamorna
9 miles to Sennen
30 miles to Truro
8 miles to Portcurno/Minack theatre
All of the fine restaurants of Mousehole are within a short walk form The Bird House. There are several fine pubs form the historic Ship Inn to the award winning Old Coastguard Inn. There is a local cornerstone for the basics and the usual large supermarkets in nearby Penzance.
- Booking Notes:
By email or phone. 25% deposit payable upon booking. Balance payable 6 weeks before arrival. Payment by direct transfer or by cheque.
Fridays. Short breaks may be available outside of peak season.
Notes on prices:
Prices range from £550 per week in low season and £750 per week in high season. Short breaks are available outside of peak season.
- Available arrival
- Iron & Board
- Living Room ...
- Washing Machine
- Kitchen ...
- Child's Highchair
- near the sea
- Shower room 1 - Shower Enclosure
- The bathroom has a walk in shower, wc and wash basin as part of the major refurbishment of the property for 2015.
- 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2
- Bedroom 1 - 1 Cot
- Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 2 (1 Bedroom) Notes on bedrooms: One beautifully appointed master bedroom enjoys the enviable position of the the top floor of this converted 3-storey 18th Century pilchard cottage. With full height ceiling, exposed beams and double doors straight out onto a large walk out balcony.
- Outside: The quintessential walled sitting area directly outside of the back door is perfectly positioned to catch the early morning sun with a freshly brewed cup of coffee, or the the last rays of summer evening with a chilled bottle of white. Passion flowers and leafy foliage provide a backdrop to a rare outside space in the middle of the labyrinth of cottages and net lofts.