Superb light-filled self-catering property with picture-perfect sea views and contemporary interior in the Cornish village of Portscatho. Gull Rock is a superb detached bungalow located on a quiet residential road close to the beaches, pubs and amenities. Step inside Gull Rock View and you’ll discover a bright and airy property with fresh and contemporary furnishings. Sink into the comfy sofas in the large open-plan living/dining room and gaze out of the window to the sea views or snuggles up and watch movies together as a family on the flat screen 50" 4K Google TV with Alexa voice control. The dining space can easily seat the whole family and leads into the fully functional kitchen which has everything you could want to cook up a storm. From the kitchen there’s access to a utility room which is the ideal place for shaking off sandy toes and beach equipment. On the opposite side of the property you’ll find two cosy bedrooms the master with wardrobe and chest of drawers which provides sea views over the rooftops towards the sea and of course Gull Rock. The twin bedroom is also a good size and looks over the private rear garden. Next to the second bedroom is the shower room and next to that is the separte toilet. Outside the property the sunny rear garden is private with well-stocked borders providing colour throughout the year and offers the perfect place for the whole family to relax with plenty of space for the children to play and the adults to enjoy a glass of wine and a barbacue. The property has parking to the side on the driveway making access to the bungalow’s front or rear extremely easy.
The historic village of Portscatho lies in a sheltered spot on the shores of Gerrans Bay on the south coast of Cornwall. The name Portscatho in Cornish means "Rowing Boat Harbour" and the old stone jetty in the harbour still shelters a few local fishing boats today. The village has various shops and the local pub welcomes holidaymakers from all destinations. There is a small beach immediately fronting the village, plus the larger sandy Porthcurnick beach at the other end, which is home to a superb gastro beach bar. Portscatho is ideal for exploring the Roseland Peninsula, a tranquil Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which is set between the River Fal and the sea. A mile or two to the west you’ll find the St Anthony lighthouse used in the TV series Fraggle Rock. The vantage point above the lighthouse offers a magnificent view of Falmouth Bay, the harbour and beyond.