The cottage sits in a unique location enjoying stunning views of the Atlantic coastline including Port Isaac Bay and Trebarwith Strand.
5 roomsLiveable floor area : 70m²
- View : Panoramic, sea/ocean, country side, farmland, village, fantastic sunset
- Setting : Seaside, Picturesque
- Sandy beach at 2km
- Golf, Festival, Horse riding, Culture, Fishing
- Exposure : West
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Overlooking fantastic views, is the comfortable lounge/diner, furnished with Satellite Digital TV and DVD player, dining table and chairs, 3-piece suite and side tables. A doorway leads from the lounge to the conservatory and balcony which, as the cottage name suggests, overlooks the valley and coastline with a birds-eye view. The conservatory is equipped with heating so the spectacular views can be enjoyed at any time of year, no matter what the weather is like. The cottage sleeps up to 4 people in two bedrooms, bed linen and bath towels are provided. The family bathroom has bath, power shower, electric towel heater, hair dryer and under-floor heating. Free wireless internet access is provided. There is a folder in each cottage with lots of information on local amenities and places to visit and things you may wish to do on your holiday and we are always on hand to offer further help and advice.
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There are lots of country and coastal walks starting from the door (maps & directions provided). A walk of less than 1 mile down the valley from the cottages takes you past the Mill House Inn to Trebarwith Strand with a surf school, beach cafes, small shops and the Port William pub up on the cliff side overlooking the beach. Tintagel also has it’s world famous castle, which legend tells to be the home of King Arthur of Camelot which is celebrated in King Arthur's Great Hall built in the 1930's by an eccentric millionaire. Also in Tintagel is The Old Post Office - a 14th century manor house and the 900 year old Parish Church of St Materiana. Immediately adjacent to Tintagel is the sandy cove of Bossiney - hidden away by steep cliffs, it is the ideal spot for a picnic or just a day away from it all. Just a short walk along the cliff path brings you to Rocky Valley, a wooded valley with a cascading stream and some Bronze Age stone carvin
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The cottage is located in the small hamlet Trewarmett, a mile from the main village of Tintagel with its many shops, pubs and restaurants and a mile from Trebarwith Strand the local sandy surfing beach. It is ideal for touring the whole of Cornwall and North Devon