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Sea Breeze Cottage with Stunning Sea Views, Beaches and Coastal Walking

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Sea Breeze is one of five eco friendly house built with the latest state of the art techniques and set in 17th Century Fish Cellars, retaining original old stone walls. With two ensuite bedrooms, a solid wood kitchen, bunk bedroom, games room / den with full size double bed settee and an ensuite steam shower room, Sea Breeze provides spacious accomodation for 6 people. The balcony, and seating for six, provides fantastic sea views. The underfloor central heating ensures your comfort throughout the year.

The Harbour Beach is just a 50 yard walk across the road whilst the Finnygook Beach is adjacent to it and dog friendly all year. The kids will love the rock pools and for the older children don't forget the surf board.

For walkers the South West coast path could not be closer, we are right on it, and, of course, some fantastic walks straight from the house.

For the golfers the 18 hole Whitsand Bay Golf Corse with it's stunning coastal scenery and challenging holes is just a short walk, a couple of "par 4's", along the road. Leave the car at home and stroll up for a great day's golf.

At the end of another great Cornish day what could be better than relaxing on the balcony with a drink to watch the sunset.

Live by the sea for a short while and enjoy the views, breathe in the fresh sea air and relax in this beautiful part of Cornwall known as the "hidden corner".

Key Features

First floor open plan kitchen/dining and living area opening onto the balcony with it's seating for six and stunning views.

The bunk bedroom is also on the first floor.

The ground floor has the master bedrooms with king size bed and ensuite bathroom plus the second bedroom with ensuite shower room.

The bottom floor has the den / games room with table football and XBox1. In addition there is a brand new full size double bed. settee and steam shower room.

Utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer.

Underground parking space for one vehicle.

BT fibre to the house wifi. BT Sports plus Sky Sports 1 and 2.



Ground floor master bedroom with King size bed, ensuite bathroom and travel cot.
Ground floor second bedroom with King size bed and ensuite shower room
First floor bunk bedroom

First Floor:-

Kitchen with ceramic hob and fan oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dish washer, toaster and fitted cupboards etc
Dining table with seating for 6 plus one high chair
Lounge area with Flat Screen TV, Youview with BT Sports and Sky Sports 1&2, Blue tooth wifi, Blue ray DVD etc
French doors to balcony with seating for 6
Den/Games Room

Table football and Xbox plus flat screen TV
Three seat double bed settee
Steam shower room
Utility room with washing machine and tumble Dryer
Underground parking space

Fibre to the House wifi

Pets with permission.

About the Fish Cellars

This was a derelict building in Portwrinkle which was a 17th century Pilchard processing plant. Pilchards are the reason that Portwrinkle exists. The village was set up by the local landowners, the Carew-Pole family in order to take advantage of the pilchard fisheries. The shoals of pilchard would be spotted by a look-out on the hill above the village who would guide the boats into the shoal by semaphore. Pilchards were salted and pressed in the cellar and the oil which drained off was an important by-product. The fish could then be boxed and sent away for sale. In the mid 19th century with the pilchard fisheries beginning to decline, local fisherman bought the fishery from the landowner by forming a co-operative which they called "The Poor Man's Endeavour", quite a provocative name for the time. This continued until the First World War. The last factory producing traditionally processed Cornish pilchards operated in Newlyn and closed in October 2005.

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