Proudly perched on a hill overlooking the unspoilt harbour village of Boscastle, this 200-year-old cottage with its characterful exposed beams and sash windows offers a romantic couples' retreat on the north Cornish coast
Proudly perched on a hill overlooking the unspoilt harbour village of Boscastle, this 200-year-old cottage with its characterful exposed beams and sash windows offers a romantic couples' retreat on the north Cornish coast. Days here can be spent ambling along the waterfront bobbing with colourful fishing boats, indulging in a cream tea in one of the friendly cafes, and venturing along the coast path to one of the golden stretches of sand and hidden coves that are dotted along this spectacular stretch of coastline.
Whether enjoying a morning coffee on the shaded patio or curling up in front of the electric fire after a day spent in the briny sea air, relaxation reigns at Boscastle Seagull. When you fancy a cosy night in, the well-equipped kitchen has everything you need to prepare and cook something delicious, perhaps some fresh, locally caught fish. Then drift off to sleep beneath crisp sheets in the charmingly rustic double bedroom, and dream of Cornish adventures to come.
Pop your walking boots on and trek the beautiful wooded Valency Valley, just 3 miles from the cottage or immerse yourself in the history, myths and stunning scenery at Tintagel, 4 miles away, where a visit to its legendary castle and St Nectan's Glen are a must. For more beaches, shops, eateries and galleries, the popular fishing town of Port Isaac is 13.5 miles and Padstow is 25 miles away, which is worth the visit for Rick Stein's fish and chips alone.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.