Set in lush countryside just three miles from Penzance, Carthew Mill is a pet-friendly cottage close to local walks, shops and pubs with an open plan living room and kitchen with wood burner for cosy nights in.
Smugglers Cottage is a quirky, cosy and fantastically-located property overlooking the beach at Porthleven. It offers a lovely en-suite double bedroom, woodburner and a balcony to relax on.
Littlecot is a lovely little bolthole for two, close to the beach and within a five minute drive of St Michael's Mount.
Just a few minutes walk from picturesque cove of Cadgwith, Rene's Cottage is a cosy thatched cottage and an ideal couple's retreat to get away from it all.
A pretty little cottage with wood-burner and courtyard garden in the middle of the fishing port of Porthleven. Sleeping 3 it is well equipped, has colourful furnishings and welcomes dogs. Close to Helston town.
Set in the town of Porthleven, Pilchard cottage is a mid-terraced accommodation with a dual aspect lounge and a small balcony, from which to enjoy stunning countryside views and its own small courtyard.
Ebenezer Cottage is a reverse level property with a light and airy feel and stunning views of the sea. It features a roof terrace and a cosy woodburner for bookings throughout the year.
Decorated to a high standard with a full range of appliances, Haven cottage is a beautifully renovated former fisherman's cottage set on the west side of the village of Porthleven and offering sea views.
Cosy, comfortable and perfectly located in the heart of Perranuthnoe just a few minutes walk from the beach, cafes and pub.
Modern facilities in a 1930s holiday home offering both seclusion in the countryside or the joy of walks on the beach. Many places to sit and relax with board games and free WiFi to while away the hours.
With its own summer house and decking, Love Lane cottage is a light and airy property that offers views over the harbour and the whole of Mount's Bay to St Michael's Mount.
Even Keel is a charming property overlooking the harbour and beach, close to pubs, restaurants and galleries. It was drawn as the home of Tom Bawcock and Mowser in the ‘The Mousehole Cat’ children’s book.
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