: St Germans
: Smugglers Inn
: Whitsand Bay, Portwrinkle
: The Blue Plate
Stunning Coastline location with fabulous Sea and rural views. Surrounded in 32 acres of fields, meadow, fields and Vineyard all for your private use. There are many bridleways and country lanes for long or short walks. Set near Seaton beach with its excellent beach cafe, Seaton nature reserve,The Monkey Sanctuary and the holiday resort of Looe can be easily reached by the coast path . There are good restaurants and pubs in the area with the Blue Plate and the Inn on the Shore at Downderry being very popular,
There are many stunning sandy beaches along the Whitsand Bay coastline making it an ideal location for family holidays and water pursuits. Well established sailing clubs are located at St Germans and Torpoint.
The South West Way coastpath is within a short walk of the house, while the 18 hole golf course with fanatastic sea views at the prestigious Whitsand Bay Hotel. and Looe golf club are a short drive.. St Mellion international Golf club is 30 minutes drive away.
Torpoint and Looe are the biggest towns nearby approx 15 mins by car. From Torpoint you can take a 15 minute car ferry to the historical town of Plymouth with its historical Barbican where the Pilgrim fathers set off for America in the Mayflower and The Hoe a lovely space off the coast full of things to do. There are fabulous shops, award winning shopping centre, restaurants, the famous Theatre Royal which offers many of the London Shows on Tour. The highly acclaimed Aquarium which is the deepest in Europe. The Royal William Yard is a great place to go to eat from Le Pierres to Wagamamas or go for a wine tasting at Le Vignoble.
Staying in cornwall its a short trip to t he twin villages of Kingsand/Cawsand and the delightful Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. Seaton is ideally situated to explore South East Cornwall and beyond: along this spectacular coastline you will find villages, a large selection of beaches and activites for all ages. The attractions of mid Cornwall are less than an hours drive, Whilst Plymouth can be reached in 30 minutes over the Tamar Bridge, or take the Torpoint Ferry.