Penzance  self-catering Bude

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                                                 NON-SMOKING                           ELECTRIC,  GAS,  CENTRAL
PENZANCE 18                        SLEEPS  2 TO 4                       HEATING & LINEN INCLUSIVE
‘Chapel Cottage’  is a really pretty fisherman’s cottage in the ancient and famous fishing village of Newlyn, just outside Penzance, West Cornwall.  St Ives is 9 miles.  Approx 2 miles to the superb 2 miles of sandy beaches that stretch all the way from Penzance to Marazion.  A semi-detached stone cottage  with lots of character; exposed beams, feature fireplace, window seats.  Just a four  minutes stroll down to the harbour,village pubs, restaurants and cafes.
Newlyn is a famous old fishing village with a working fishing harbour dating back to the 15th century, usually crowded with fishing boats; ranging from crabbers and long liners fishing for mackerell to  fishing trawlers. Watch the fishermen unload their catch.  Behind the harbour are a maze of pretty and colourful old fishermen’s cottages with small streets and alleyways,  some retaining  old cornish language names such as Gwavas Quay and The Fradgan.  Newlyn is of course the home of the 19th century Newlyn School of Artists (in Penzance a good selection of their work is shown in the Penlee Museum). Down by Newlyn’s harbour are some old pubs and eating places  such as The Swordfish Inn and The Dolphin Inn. Enjoy a meal, with outdoor seating, overlooking the waterfront.  Drop into The Duke Artists Gallery and Coffee Shop.  A mile further on from Newlyn is the well known fishing village of Mousehole. Travelling the opposite direction, again about a mile, takes one into the bustling and extensive shopping streets of Penzance.
Penzance is a thriving market town popular with visitors, with an excellent promenade, Regency houses and Georgian architecture.  Penzance offers  extensive shopping arcades, numerous cafes and quite a few tourist attractions; Maritime Museum, Penlee Art Gallery and Museum, Penzance Maritime Aquarium, etc.   Not to be missed is St Michael’s Mount, a little over 1 mile  down the coast,  reached from a causeway leading from the beach at low tide.
Accommodation comprises:  Bedroom 1 has 1 double bed.  Bedroom 2 has 2 single beds. Lounge/diner with colour T.V., & D.V.D. & 3 piece leather Chesterfield sofa suite. Kitchen with electric oven,  gas hob,  microwave,  fridge/freezer and washing machine.  Downstairs bathroom with bath, overhead shower & toilet.  Central heating on timer switch (not available June, July & August) and a  woodburner affect gas fire in lounge/diner. Small enclosed rear area.  Off the road  front parking space for 1 small car.  Also  parking on the lane outside the cottage (actually 30 yards further up the lane) and nearly always plenty of room, no restrictions.   There is also parking in the  village car park  a 3 minutes stroll away (2007 prices 2.40  for 6 p.m. to 10 a.m. and 60p all day). No pets.

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BUDE  43                     SLEEPS  2 to 9               ELECTRIC & CENTRAL HEATING  INCLUSIVE
A nicely furnished semi-detached  house in the beach resort of Bude, North Cornwall. Under 7  minutes  level stroll to superb Crooklets beach. A similar walk into Bude town shops, beachside pubs and restaurants.The house is in a quieter residential position.  Bude’s  large classic sandy beaches are amongst the best in Cornwall.  Bude has varied holiday attractions, a favourite for surfers; free huge open air swimming pool on the beach, golf course, leisure centre, boating & fishing on Bude canal and much more. At low tide try the approx 2 miles walk along the beaches to Sandymouth & the Coombe Valley- or choose the cliff top option.  The house has a small front garden and a good size enclosed rear garden with a small lawn. Rear patio with garden furniture.
Accommodation comprises: Bedroom 1  (downstairs) has 1 single bed. Bedroom 2 has 1 double bed & 1 double sofa bed (suitable for 1 person).  Bedroom 3 has 1 double bed & 1 single bed.  Bedroom 4 has 1 double bed. Large lounge/diner with colour T.V. & DVD.  Kitchen with an electric cooker, microwave, fridge & dishwasher.  Washing machine.  Bathroom with bath &  overhead shower. Upstairs & downstairs toilets. Parking in driveway for 3 cars. No pets.

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                                                                                                                  COARSE FISHING, LINEN, CENTRAL
BOSCASTLE  32                       SLEEPS  2 to 8        COT               HEATING &  ELECTRIC INCLUSIVE         NON SMOKING
'Trebethis'  is a  detached high standard stone cottage set amidst lovely  countryside  6 miles from Boscastle, North Cornwall.  Crackington Haven sandy beach is 5 miles. Widemouth Bay beaches  5 miles and the beach resort of Bude  7 miles.  Tintagel, with its small beach and ‘King Arthur’s Castle’ is 8 miles. This is an exceptionally beautiful and rugged stretch of coastline and is popular with walkers who enjoy the miles of Nat Trust coastal footpaths.
The cottage is situated in a delightful rural setting on a quieter country  lane.  It  is on the edge of what was originally a farmyard, opposite the owner’s farmhouse  on a family run sheep and beef farm. The cottage probably dates from the 16th century or earlier, having once been the farmhouse and at one stage a millhouse.  The cottage  was renovated during early 2007;  great care being taken to provide  high standard accommodation,  whilst retaining original character features.  There are exposed beams, a character fireplace, some exposed slate floors and other interior features  which add to the cottage’s charm.
Holidaymakers are welcome to stroll in the farm’s fields and wooded areas and there is a  pleasant circular farm walk leading down the lane to then ford over the tiny stream (a profusion of  wild flowers during spring and summer), then onwards to  the small farm lake (great for picnics, free coarse fishing-restocked 2004). Continue along the marked route  through the fields and back to the cottage.  There is an enclosed children’s  farm play area  with swings, climbing frame etc.  The cottage has a front patio (garden furniture) and its own enclosed good size side lawn.
Accommodation comprises:  Bedroom 1 has 1 King size double bed & en-suite shower room (power shower, toilet, washbasin).  Bedroom 2  has 1 double bed & 1 single bed.  Bedroom 3 (downstairs) has 1 double bed.1 single fold up bed (fits in all bedrooms). kitchen with electric oven & hob unit, microwave, fridge/freezer & dishwasher. Outside coin operated laundry room with washing machine & dryer. Lounge with colour T.V. & DVD. Dining room. Bathroom with bath, overhead shower. Downstairs toilet and washbasin. Central heating is inclusive (under floor central heating downstairs, central heating radiators upstairs).  Also a log burner in lounge. There is a dedicated adjacent off the road parking space  for 2 cars; also other parking area.  1 small dog welcome.

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