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A traditional cottage situated in an unspoilt village, just a few minutes walk from the superb sandy beach. There are sea views from one bedroom and the panoramic coastal views can be enjoyed while relaxing on the garden terrace. There is unrestricted on road parking outside the property. The nearby coastal pathways offer magnificent coastal scenery and a walk to where you may see seals in the bay takes approximately 20 minutes. Cornwall's oldest pub is a two minute walk away. The award winning Victoria Inn is an excellent village pub providing highly commended bar and restaurant food. An old farm at the end of the road has been converted to arts and crafts shops; a beach kiosk and garden on the cliff-top provides refreshments and beach items. The family friendly beach hardly ever gets over crowded, it is enjoyed by children and body-boarders alike. The property provides simple, comfortable accommodation, ideally situated in this convenient location.
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Front entrance. Bathroom: Bath with shower over, basin and W.C., heated towel rail. Few stairs down to open plan Lounge/Kitchen/Diner: Fitted kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, electric fire, large screen Freeview TV/DVD. First floor Landing: Separate W.C. with hand basin. Bedroom One: Double bed, sea view. Bedroom Two: Two 2'6\" beds. Night storage heating throughout. Outside: External shed with washer/dryer. Enclosed rear garden with patio, table and chairs and barbecue; lawn to terrace at top of garden with wooden table and reclining chairs. Street parking outside garage. Shops: Village stores at Goldsithney, approximately one mile. Please note: Guests are kindly asked to refrain from smoking inside the property and unfortunately pets are not accepted.
Perranuthnoe is a tiny and traditional Cornish village nestled in the heart of Mount's Bay which comprises very little more than a church, a pub and a superb sheltered cove with a beautiful sandy beach. However, if it is the peace and tranquillity of a quite beautiful Cornish village that you are seeking, look no further - and besides, the village pub alone is worth the visit. Mentioned in the Doomsday Book and certainly dating back to the 12th century, The Victoria Inn is thought to be the oldest recorded Inn in Cornwall. Once frequented by masons building the village church, and later used as a stopover for prisoners being taken to Bodmin Jail, today The Victoria Inn is a delightful, award-winning hostelry run by a world famous chef Raymond Blanc and is full of ancient charm and olde worlde hospitality.
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