|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Dating back to the 18th Century, Myrtle Cottage is a beautiful traditional Fisherman's Cottage. Tucked away in a pretty cobbled courtyard, the cottage lies at the heart of Mevagissey, a delightful unspoilt fishing village steeped in history. Refurbished to exceptionally high standards, Myrtle Cottage is a minute's walk away from the harbour, where you'll find an alluring web of narrow cobbled streets, craft shops, galleries, shops, restaurants & cosy inns.The Eden project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan are just a short drive away, and stunning coastal walks and sandy beaches are on your doorstep. On three levels, the accommodation comprises a master bedroom with super king bed and ensuite shower/toilet, a king size bedroom and a twin with 2 single beds.There is a large family bathroom with separate shower and the top floor kitchen/diner has rooftop views of the harbour and sea.The sitting room has an open fire, and leads out to a decked garden with BBQ and furniture.
We already decided that we don't think we'll ever find a cottage as nice as Myrtle and a town as nice as Meva in Cornwall ever again, so we might well be back!
Delightful cottage, very well equipped and really clean with nice views over rooftops to harbour. Quiet location but very close to the village centre and harbour. The roof level terrace was a lovely surprise and was a real sun trap, very private too. Wifi useful. Excellent customer service from the owner. Negatives - difficult to unload/load without blocking the narrow road and the car park was a few mins' walk away. However for us (family of 4 with 2 teenagers) the positives outweighed these and I would thoroughly recommend the cottage and Mevagissey. Good restaurants (we liked the portugese one in particular) and good base for lovely walks.
Mevagissey is a unique working 14th Century fishing village situated on the South Cornish Riviera coast. In the narrow streets craft workshops sit side by side with shops, galleries, cafes, restaurants and pubs which were once the haunt of Cornish smugglers. The towns of St Austell and Truro with a full range of shops and supermarkets are a short drive away. Close attractions include the world famous Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the historic tall ships town of Charlestown. Mevagissey enjoys stunning scenery, cycle trails and unspoilt National Trust beaches. Unlike most villages, it is open all year round and has some spectacular coastal walks. The Mevagissey to Fowey ferry is a fabulous way to explore the dramatic coastline. Myrtle Cottage -the perfect setting for a perfect Cornish holiday.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Late bookings and short break deals available. Details available upon request.100 pounds security deposit required per week to cover damage, breakages and extraordinary cleaning.20% deposit required on booking.Balance due 8 weeks before start of holiday.Changeover day is Saturday.
Cancellation charges apply.
Discounts for returning visitors!
Harbour Parking Pass included!