NEW FOR 2017 – AVAILABLE FROM MARCH…
Nigel House is a gorgeous Cornish cottage with sea views, parking and a patio garden in the heart of Mousehole.
Parking ~ Seaviews ~ WiFi ~ Patio ~ Open fire ~ Central heating
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Nigel House is a spacious house with two large bedrooms and the third converted to a snug with comfy chair and sea view. It offers all the comforts of modern living but has the character of a quintessential Cornish cottage. Open fire, granite walls, village setting, sea views and is situated in a fabulous location being just moments from the harbour, beaches, village centre and fabulous eating places. Tastefully furnished with great thought given by the owners to ensure a comfortable stay is had by all. Parking with the cottage, free street parking close by and the bus stop is less than 2 minutes walk.
En-suite Master, Wifi, ‘Foodies’ kitchen, open fire, centrally heated and less than a minute walk to the beach, harbour and one of the best restaurants around, ‘The Old Coastguard’…you can’t get much better than that!
Mousehole, renowned for its history in the Art world, is a beautiful ancient fishing village steeped in character and charm that has mainly remained unspoilt for centuries, with its narrow streets and cobbled lanes surrounding the picturesque harbour, it offers two small sandy beaches and a larger pebbled beach with rock pools just waiting to be explored! Enjoy the serene harbour at sunset as the small fleet of fishing boats return home Particularly magical at Christmas with its famous Christmas lights, it attracts visitors from miles around to enjoy the spectacular display and soak up the atmosphere The village hosts numerous art galleries, potteries, excellent ‘Foody’ restaurants ( The Old Coastguards, 2 Fore Street to name just a couple) pubs and a village shop & post office.