Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday cottage in Flushing - Number Three
Sleeps 4 in 2 comfortable bedrooms with 2 luxury bathrooms
Number Three is a picture-perfect Cornish cottage that has recently undergone a no-expense spared refurbishment to a very high 5-Star standard. Sleeping 4 in 2 comfortable bedrooms (1 with a double bed, the other with zip and link twin or king sized double bed) there are also 2 superb wet-rooms (1 en-suite), a luxury kitchen diner, a cosy lounge with woodburner and a superb suntrap garden. Solid oak floors with underfloor heating add a touch of luxury to winter bookings.
To the front of the property there is a pretty enclosed garden. To the rear there is a beautiful terraced courtyard garden with several areas for outside entertaining or relaxing. The garden is the perfect suntrap, and it is both secluded and private. Lushly planted, it is an absolute oasis, perfect for lazy afternoon drinks and candlelit evening meals.
There is wireless internet access, cable TV and an iPod docking station at Number Three.
Flushing has an unrivalled mild climate, streets lined with picture-postcard traditional terraced fisherman’s cottages and beautiful unspoilt surrounding countryside. The village has two friendly pubs, The Royal Standard, which was recently renovated and offers excellent food, and The Seven Stars, a more traditional pub with an equally extensive menu. There is also an award-winning restaurant located on the quayside, nd aa well-stocked general store.
Many Cornish villages have become over crowded with tourists, but Flushing is much quieter, even during peak season, and it still benefits from a strong and vibrant community. Unlike Mevagissey, Padstow, St Ives and similar towns, parking is available, either outside the house or in a car park at the end of the street.
The Flushing Regatta and Flushing Art Week are two unique annual fixtures not to be missed that the whole community embraces. A passenger ferry runs a regular service between Flushing and Falmouth. It also connects with the ferries to St Mawes, Mylor, Trelissick and Truro. In summer the Fal River boats offer trips to the gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan and onwards to Truro. A local water taxi service also runs around the bay.
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible