Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday cottage in Boscastle - Admiral Cottage, Upper Boscastle
Admiral Cottage is a delightful 3 bedroomed cottage, pretty garden and parking
Admiral Cottage is located in the upper part of Boscastle in the old 'High Street' and close to Paradise! Just opposite is the characterful 16thc Napoleon Inn and the stylish Bottreaux Restaurant. It is an easy walk across to the coast path, or down Fore Street with its pretty cottages to the harbour area where there are a number of shops and eateries of all sorts. It is but a short drive to some of the best-known surfing beaches on the North Cornish coast for example Widemouth, Polzeath and Trebarwith Strand. For the experts Newquay is a 40 minute drive! Admiral Cottage is a traditional 17thc cottage and has an olde world atmosphere. It is has been renovated for 2010 and is comfortably furnished with a brand new spacious kitchen and bathroom. It is suitable for family holidays, or out of season for a couple. We can offer flexibility on dates and prices!
THE COTTAGE HAS BEEN RENOVATED FOR 2010!
Admiral Cottage sleeps 4/5 in a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, and a bunk bedroom. It is an upside-down cottage so the bedrooms and bathroom are on the ground floor accessed by the front door. Upstairs there is a spacious living/dining room with beams and wood-burning stove.
There is a good selection of books, videos and boardgames and a well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and washing machine. The utility room leads out to the pretty garden with views towards the cliffs and Forrabury Church as featured in the BBC2 programme, A Seaside Parish. A path leads to the private off-street parking. If you wish to sleep up to 8 people we also own the adjoining cottage, Tamarisk Cottage, which is linked on the first floor.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
Thank you so much for a wonderful fortnight. We really enjoyed the sunny days at the beach, the walk to Rough tor, Bodmin Gaol, Jamaica Inn and many other places. Last but not least we loved beautiful Boscastle with the harbour and nice places to sit outside. We all had a great stay.