A charming little bolthole, easy walking distance to Falmouth town centre. A delightful retreat just perfect for couples to explore all the attractions that this amazing maritime town has to offer.
This spacious, bright property, attached to the owner's home but with its own entrance, is cleverly designed with an upside-down layout, creating a delightful open-plan upstairs living area running the whole length of the building. With views of Falmouth Harbour and the Penryn River and a half-mile walk to the centre of bustling Falmouth, it's perfect for a couple's romantic Cornish holiday. Falmouth has speciality shops, excellent dining, fabulous seafood, and a cracking live music scene. Day trip destinations nearby add to the fun.
You'll love the airy, pitch-roofed kitchen/dining/living area; loft living at its best, whether you're unleashing your inner chef and cooking up fresh locally-caught fish, savouring a candlelit dinner or having some quiet us-time on the comfy sofa. With the pleasing solidity of beautifully-textured exposed stonework and whitewashed simplicity throughout as a background for maritime artworks and natural wood furniture, the ambience inside Coachmans Loft is serene and comfortable.
Falmouth is a busy market town overlooking a wonderful natural deepwater harbour – why not enjoy fish and chips as you watch the moored yachts swing in the tide? You'll love this historic ocean sailing crossroad of South Cornwall. Quaint St Mawes across the harbour by ferry, the National Maritime Museum, coastal walks on the South West Coast Path and Pendennis Castle to visit provide plenty to do on foot. The nearest beach is 2 miles away and you'll find water activities such as kayaking or fishing trips from Falmouth. Further afield, the seal sanctuary at Gweek is within 11 miles, and sheltered Maenporth beach within 4 miles.