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Beach holiday cottage in Kingsand, Cornwall

In an idyllic seafront location, this old fisherman's cottage has breathtaking coastal views. It is situated in the centre of the unspoilt and traffic-free Cornish village of Kingsand, near the Devon border.

The cottage sits next to a sandy beach with rockpools to explore, and an excellent pub a few strides along the quay.

There are amazing walks to enjoy nearby, with the South West Coastal Path running through the village - or simply sit in a cosy window seat and enjoy the sights of Plymouth Sound spread out before you. Relax in the garden over dinner on the raised decking area enjoying the beautiful coastal panorama.

The cottage

Built around 1780, the cottage can sleep six people. It has three bedrooms (one en-suite), bathroom, open-plan kitchen/diner that seats six and a family living room. The living room has Freeview TV, Wifi and multi-fuel log burner. There are radiators throughout the house. A travel cot and high chair are provided.

The outside space has raised decking with sea views for dining and relaxing. Newly renovated, it offers comfortable accommodation for families, groups or couples exploring everything that this forgotten corner of Cornwall has to offer.

Norcot 1 was used as part of the period film set for Mr Turner (2014).

How to book

Check availability and contact us using the form on the Contact page to make a booking or ask for more information.

We'll be more than happy to reply.

Nicola and Ray Gardiner

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