Caerthillian House is in the centre of the Lizard village just off the green so very accessible to all the village shops and restaurants. Almost on your doorstep is the coastal footpath leading you to some of the "most spectacular views in Britain if not the world” (Mail on Saturday). Caerthillian House accommodation is on the first floor accessed by the terrazzo tiled glazed entrance hall leading to carpeted stairs. The bespoke unusual art deco pink kitchen is well appointed and leads to the lovely dining room with glazed doors and a large tiled balcony where you can enjoy uninterrupted views to Kynance, the Rill, Mounts Bay and beyond. From here you can enjoy some of the most amazing sunsets. The owner has spent much time in her choice of fine furnishings and original artwork making this a very comfortable and interesting place to stay.
ACCOMMODATION: large glazed ENTRANCE HALL. Stairs leading to FIRST FLOOR: large LANDING. KITCHEN/DINING/CONSERVATORY AREA: with oak flooring. KITCHEN: fully equipped with granite worktops, Miele kitchen equipment, electric oven and gas hob, fridge and small freezer, TV with Freeview. Electric Aga (£20 per week if required, Winter only). DINING AREA: with attractive Scandinavian table and chairs through to glazed CONSERVATORY AREA: with cane settee. Patio doors to tiled balcony. LOUNGE: with French doors to balcony, very comfortable sofas. Gas coal flame effect fire in Cornish granite and slate fireplace, TV, DVD player. DOUBLE BEDROOM: with views over Lizard Green, pale oak attractive furniture, TV. BATHROOM: with bath, WC, washbasin and heated towel rail. SHOWER ROOM: with shower, WC, bidet, washbasin and heated towel rail. PETS: one small dog only by arrangement. HEATING: central heating and fire. PARKING: space for one car in driveway. SPECIAL NOTES: Wi-Fi available at the Top House (approx 50 yards away). Towels included. Security Deposit: £100. For customer reviews click the Guest Book button above.
19 August 2016
Ian and Sarah, Penrith, Lake District
This wonderful place certainly exceeded our expectations. The cream tea welcome was very much appreciated after a long journey. The view from the lounge is outstanding. Walks along the coastal path and visits to Polpeor Café have made it a special place for us. Weather has been wonderful and has helped make this a memorable holiday.
22 May 2015
Liz and Malcolm Parry and Dougie, Northants
Wow! We love it down here and come every spring. We love walking around the coastal path and found the "5 walks" book here very useful. Plenty of fresh air and exercise, plenty of good food (what a fantastic kitchen!), fantastic views from the house and a really comfy bed. Bliss! The cream tea set the tone - thank you - and Dougie woofs thanks for his biscuits.
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