Mousehole, North Cornwall
Holiday Cottage

An elegant holiday cottage in the heart of Mousehole on the Cornish coast, just for two which boasts outdoor space and harbour views – the ultimate romantic getaway.

This pearl of a retreat is made with romance in mind whilst offering spacious & elegant comfort. From the moment you step through Amarrah’s front door, a warm and gentle welcome greets you.

This is a ground floor cottage apartment with a generous hallway leading you into the open plan living area. You’ll find Cornish stone walls, white wooden flooring, exposed metal columns and two huge sofas so you can have one each (although you might prefer to snuggle up on just the one.

A huge chest makes for a perfect coffee table and there’s a TV should you want a movie night in, plus a desk area for working if you need to check up on some emails.

Pretty vintage pieces complete the look along with furs, blankets and the plushest of cushions.

The beautifully bespoke open-plan kitchen is just perfect, fully equipped with modern appliances yet elegantly vintage in presentation. The grey cabinets hold all you need for your home from home, Belfast sink and a huge oven and hob for rustling up a feast or two (maybe cooking some local seafood, bought that day from Newlyn).

You may prefer to take it outside and enjoy alfresco dining as there’s a private veranda for balmy summer evenings watching the glittering sea. The wonderful view can be enjoyed whilst dining indoors as well.

From the bed made for long lie-ins to the gorgeous bathtub for two, you’re guaranteed utter relaxation here.

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A delightful cottage full of character and wonderfully styled with vintage pieces completing this unique Cornish hideaway.


Charming Cornish Cottage


All on ground floor


Romantic hideaway


Private terrace


Sea Views


Close to harbour


For 3 night stay in low season


Lying between Penzance and Land’s End, Mousehole is one of the most iconic fishing villages in Cornwall. Hugging the coastline and protected by Raginnis Hill, it’s also one of the oldest with parts of the harbour wall dating back to the twelfth century.

Today the village maintains its olde-worlde charm, with narrow cobbled streets, slate roofs, whitewashed cottages and brightly coloured paint work.

It’s perfect for foodies with a good selection of restaurants, cafés and delis, and is of course just a hop, skip and a jump to the world-famous fishing village of Newlyn, then onto the ancient market town of Penzance.


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