The quaint little village of Downderry, nestling along the South Cornwall coast, is the home to this beautiful cottage, lovingly restored over time and offering stylish comfort for six guests. Dating back to the 18th century, this white walled haven has a charming sunroom to the front of the property, leading to the entrance hall. The perfectly proportioned living room, with elegant décor, beamed ceiling, inviting sofas you just want to sink into, 50-inch TV and real open fire, set within an impressive granite surround, is ideal for that cosy evening when it is a little chilly outside. Doors open onto the dining room, with a solid wooden table and chairs, and abundance of natural light. The kitchen has all you need with a leisure range and real cottage feel. A utility room complete with washing machine and useful fridge completes the ground floor.
Venture upstairs where three bedrooms await you, each with great attention to detail. The first a delightful room with king-size bed, en-suite shower room and sea views. A second bedroom with double bed and TV also has sea views whilst the third, a twin room, has a TV and of course those wonderful views! There is a family bathroom with bath and shower over too. The garden is a real ‘double’ gem. providing an area with table and chairs and a fine place to sit for morning coffee as the world passes by. Follow then the flight of Cornish stone steps up to a magical, private decking area, with table and chairs, spectacular views to sea and loungers to lay back and soak up the sun, just relax and recharge! The sunsets are breath-taking, and this is the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine perhaps as the day draws to a close. There is a single garage adjacent to the cottage for guest’s use.
Downderry is perfect for families wanting to explore this picturesque part of the rugged Cornish coastline with its coves and beaches, the nearest of which has many rockpools just waiting to be explored . A village general store, restaurant and pub are all within walking distance, whilst a few minutes’ drive takes you to Seaton, with its own beach and cafés and very own Country Park.
Slightly further away, discover Looe and its stunning harbour, and ancient Polperro, with its historic links to smuggling, wrecking and a plethora of tales. Beach 170 yards.