Fully furnished brick built holiday home with patio and stunning sea views just a 3 minute stroll from the beach or approximately 30 minutes along the South West Coastal Path from Looe.
No smoking, no pets and no chewing gum indoors please.
The villa is double glazed and comprises of : a lovely, comfortable lounge / dining area with wall mounted Freeview tv and new sofas; wifi; 2 double bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with a single bunk over a double bed; a modern fully fitted kitchen; modern, stylish toilet / bathroom with electric shower, and a patio with pcnic bench. When opened up the lounge coffee table reveals a roulette wheel, dice and card tables (see photos) - hours of indoor, cheap family entertainment !
Bedding (beds will be made up for your arrival) and towels for use in the villa are provided but please bring your own towels for use on the beach.
For those with children (and for the big kids !) there are some body boards, two adult and two child wet suits in the shed, feel free to use them during your stay.
Everything runs on electricity, pre-paid cards can be bought in units of £5, £10 and £20 from the on site dispensing machine. £15 should be more than adequate for a week during the summer. Please ensure the water heater is switched off, all perishable items removed and the bins are emptied on departure.
Parking is in the private car park in the valley approx 100 metres away after unloading at foot of villa steps. There are approximately 20 steps up to the property, please take this into account before booking.
Millendreath is a popular holiday village ideal as a base from which to strike out to the rest of Cornwall or to relax by the sea. Locally there is a popular licensed beach side cafe although I advise booking if you are thinking of eating there at night. There is also a separate bar above the beach offering fantastic views out to sea and frequented by locals and holiday makers alike. Nearby Looe is either a short car or taxi ride away or a 30 minute walk along the South West Coastal Path and offers everything you would expect from a Cornish fishing port - restaurants, bars, shops, boat trips, boat hire etc. In the opposite direction (West) Seaton is another coastal village with a lovely beach, cafe and restaurants.
Whilst your own private transport is recommended taxis are plentiful and there is a "tourist bus" during the summer high season that runs a circuitous route from the top of Mays Lane (the road into Millendreath) to Looe and Polperro and the main holiday camps on a regular basis.