SLEEPS: 4 | CHANGEOVER: SATURDAY
16th Century, whitewashed and thatched, The Cot is reputed to have been used by smugglers in the days of yore. Sunny and south facing, the cottage has been renovated to a high standard. Low beams, open stonework and a deep inglenook fireplace - together with a secret room, possibly a smuggler`s h...
PRICES FROM: £495 per week
16th Century, whitewashed and thatched, The Cot is reputed to have been used by smugglers in the days of yore. Sunny and south facing, the cottage has been renovated to a high standard. Low beams, open stonework and a deep inglenook fireplace - together with a secret room, possibly a smuggler`s hidey-hole - all enhance its delightful charm and character.
ACCOMMODATION: GROUND FLOOR: entrance leads into a large open plan LIVING ROOM with travertine floor throughout. KITCHEN/DINING AREA: with attractive light oak units, polished granite worktops, microwave, dishwasher, electric oven and ceramic hob plus fridge with freezer compartment, table and chairs. LIVING AREA: with comfortable seating, electric stove in an inglenook fireplace (where there used to be a cloam oven for baking bread). Sky TV with video, DVD and CD player plus ipod docking station and WiFi. BATHROOM: with roll top bath, large shower, washbasin and WC. UTILITY AREA: with washing machine and tumble dryer. FIRST FLOOR: TWIN BEDDED ROOM and DOUBLE BEDDED ROOM: both with views over the village. ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM: with washbasin. COBBLED COURTYARD: with table and chairs. Sloping GARDEN: with seating to enjoy magnificent views over the cove. HEATING: oil fired central heating and electric stove. TELEPHONE: incoming calls only. PARKING: can often be found on the roadside or alternatively there is parking in a private car park in the cove 100 yards away. SPECIAL NOTES: Towels are provided. Travel cot and high chair available. Children need to be supervised in the garden. Security Deposit: £100. For customer reviews click the Guest Book button above.
22 July 2017
Alan and Benedict, Galway, Ireland
Loved our stay in this picture-perfect cottage. Also the views from the upper terrace are stunning, albeit a bit of a hike. Really recommend dinner in the local pub and the fresh fish from the fishmongers in the village. The Cot has everything you could ask for, for a couple or a young family. Nice local walks in the area too, although the coastal path is not for someone with a fear of heights. Sad to go but would come back again.
13 May 2017
Meg and Mary, Oxford and Shrewsbury
Another wonderful visit to Cadgwith and this cosy cottage. Each time I bring along a different friend who is immediately smitten, just like me. The weather has been glorious and we have spent considerable time 'up the garden' admiring the terraces and the gorgeous views, with some reading thrown in. We have discovered many local treasures and eaten at Coast bistro at the Lizard - delicious food - the best fish and chips, also from the village, and the two cafes on the point. The refurbished shop in Ruan Minor is delightful. Much to come back for!!
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