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Pebbles

Traditional fisherman's cottage in the heart of Cadgwith Cove, pets welcome. Sunny garden, private parking, a stone's throw from the beach and village pub. Three bedrooms, sleeps 6.

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Pebbles, Cadgwith Cottages

Pebbles is a traditional fisherman's semi-detached cottage situated in the heart of the Cadgwith Cove. Sunny and south-facing, the whitewashed cottage provides very comfortable accommodation and is full of character.

Pebbles has its own patio and sheltered garden with sea glimpes, which makes a lovely private suntrap and provides ample seating to enjoy alfresco meals. It is only a few yards away from the beach where you can bathe or watch the daily activities of the local fishermen, and central to all the amenities of the cove.

You can enjoy freshly caught fish and crab in the Old Cellars Restaurant or in the Cadgwith Cove Inn, the local pub and social hub of the village. The Inn is the venue for a thriving Folk Club on Tuesday nights and traditional Cornish singing every Friday. In high season, seafood barbecues, fishing competitions, gig racing, a regatta and a folk music day are social highlights of this charming, unspoilt village in South West Cornwall.

 

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Accommodation:

Ground floor:

  • entrance into hallway
  • living room with large inglenook with woodburner, open beams and satellite TV
  • additional sitting room with sofa, chairs and bookcase with a selection of books for guests
  • french doors lead into the garden
  • dining room with open beams and feature fireplace
  • kitchen with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave
  • bathroom with bath, shower over bath, wash basin and unusual porthole feature
  • separate WC and wash basin, tumble dryer and washing machine

    First floor:
  • two double bedded rooms with views over village
  • one twin bedded room with views over the village
  • shower room marble-tiled with shower, wash basin and WC.

 

Further details outdoors:

  • south facing private garden and patio area with table and chairs
  • steamers chairs
  • washing drying facilities
  • views across the village and sea glimpses
  • 2 private parking spaces next to the cottage

Heating: the cottage is warmed by night storage heaters and a woodburning stove in the sitting room.

Telephone: incoming calls only

Parking: the cottage has 2 private parking spaces next to the cottage

Travel cot & high chair: available on request

The cottage has wifi

Please contact Cadgwith Cottages if you require further details or have any special requirements.

 

 

Local Area

Cadgwith is a picturesque fishing village with whitewashed thatched cottages lining the sides of the valley and a small fleet of colourful fishing boats winched up on the shingle beach. The fact that the boats are still in use and the local pub (The Cadgwith Cove Inn) is renowned for it's singing of Cornish songs of a Friday evening is testament to the traditional character of this village still being alive and well. The village also has a thriving gig club. Cadgwith featured in the film 'Ladies in Lavender'.

The cove has two beaches - the fishing beach where you can watch the daily activities of the fishermen. A small rocky outcrop called the Todden separates this from the adjacent (swimming) beach. The South West Coastal Path leads from either side of the Cadgwith, with magnificent views.

As seen in Monty Hall's 2012 series: 'The Fisherman's Apprentice'


Places to visit and see on the Lizard Peninsula

Sandy beaches:Kynance Cove, Kennack Sands, Poldhu, Coverack, Polurrian, Gunwalloe.

Villages and places of interest: Cadgwith, Porthleven, Mullion, Coverack, Porthallow, St Keverne, Porthoustock, Helford River, Frenchman's Creek, Port Navas, Durgan, Manaccan, Goonhilly Downs.

Interesting towns: Helston, Falmouth, St Ives, Newlyn, Penzance, Truro.

Gardens nearby:Trebah, Glendurgan, Trengwainton, Trelissick, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, The Eden Project.

Things to do:Golf (at Mullion), short golf (at Helston), horse riding (from Ruan Minor and Mullion), cycling (from Mullion), fishing (boat trips from Cadgwith), diving (at Porthkerris or Cadgwith) and surfing (best at Porthleven and Kennack Sands). A range of watersports, including windsurfing, are available at Coverack and sailing on the Helford River.

Events:

8th May, Helston Flora Day to celebrate the coming of Spring

All August, Regattas and fishing festivals in the area.

Every Wednesday at 6pm in August, fish barbecues in Cadgwith Cove.

Every Tuesday night, Folk singing in the Cadgwith Cove Inn.

Every Friday, traditional maritime singing in the Cadgwith Cove Inn.

At Christmas time most Cornish villages are decorated with fairy lights at night and on Christmas Day there is swimming at Cadgwith and Coverack.

Getting Here

If you are travelling by road from anywhere outside of Devon and heading to the west of Cornwall, the most direct route is likely to include the M5 and then the A30. 

Directions From Helston:
From Helston, head south on the A3083 following the signs for the Lizard.

Follow the A3083 for approximately 9 miles passing the Mullion turning and the Lizard Cider Barn on your right. Continue towards the Lizard for another half mile and then take the next left hand turning signposted for Cadgwith (black "heavy vehicles" sign).

Follow this road for just under a mile towards Chyheira on your left at which point the road bends sharply to the left, continue to the left for half a mile then take the right hand turning through two granite pillars towards the Cove. As you reach the Cove, you will pass the Watch House shop on the left and next to it, the Gig Shed. Immediately after the Gig Shed turn left into a cobbled lane, drive past Rose Cottage and through the wooden gates into The Square, Pebbles has an alocated parking space next to the cottage.

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Cadgwith Cottages

Terms and Conditions

  • Please be aware that, as with many old cottages, the beams are rather low.
  • Linen and towels are provided.
  • Highchair and travel cot included free of charge upon request (we request that guests bring their own cot linen).
  • Mobile phone reception is poor in the cove, the cottage has a telephone with incoming calls only. There is a public call box in the Cove and the Cove Inn has a payphone. The cottage has wifi.
  • There are few street lights, a torch may be useful.
  • No smoking in the cottage please.
  • We provide tea, coffee, sugar, milk and a cream tea on arrival.
  • A £50 security bond is payable (in case of damage or breach of terms). Refunded after your stay, if everything is OK.
  • Arrival: after 15:00
  • Departure: before 10:00
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Rental rates are for the entire property.

From To Weekly Minimum Stay
06 Jan 18 10 Feb 18 £400 7 Nights
10 Feb 18 24 Feb 18 £565 7 Nights
24 Feb 18 24 Mar 18 £495 7 Nights
31 Mar 18 14 Apr 18 £665 7 Nights
14 Apr 18 28 Apr 18 £550 7 Nights
28 Apr 18 05 May 18 £585 7 Nights
05 May 18 12 May 18 £645 7 Nights
12 May 18 26 May 18 £710 7 Nights
26 May 18 02 Jun 18 £975 7 Nights
02 Jun 18 16 Jun 18 £795 7 Nights
16 Jun 18 23 Jun 18 £845 7 Nights
23 Jun 18 30 Jun 18 £940 7 Nights
30 Jun 18 07 Jul 18 £990 7 Nights
07 Jul 18 14 Jul 18 £1060 7 Nights
14 Jul 18 21 Jul 18 £1115 7 Nights
21 Jul 18 25 Aug 18 £1245 7 Nights
25 Aug 18 01 Sep 18 £1010 7 Nights
01 Sep 18 08 Sep 18 £770 7 Nights
08 Sep 18 15 Sep 18 £690 7 Nights
15 Sep 18 22 Sep 18 £630 7 Nights
22 Sep 18 20 Oct 18 £580 7 Nights
20 Oct 18 27 Oct 18 £735 7 Nights
27 Oct 18 15 Dec 18 £500 7 Nights
15 Dec 18 05 Jan 19 £845 7 Nights

NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion. Refundable £50 security bond required with 75% final balance payment 8 weeks before arrival. Bank transfer or cheque preferred.

Availability

Guestbook



We booked for our family, 5 adults and Dexter the dog. All had a great time. Cottage was great everything you needed and with wifi and Sky. Garden catches the sun all afternoon with chairs and loungers. Fiona was really helpful and made sure we felt at home. Coastal walks and circular walks are lovely. Wonderful fresh fish, lobster and crab from the fishermen landed 2mins from our plates. Pub - great beer food and breakfast if you are feeling lazy and locals all very friendly. Good base to travel around this wonderful part of the UK. We recommend Newton Equestrian Centre all abilities catered for the 1.5 hour beach ride was amazing. Cornish Curry Company Helston only open two/three nights a week. Great value really tasty organic curry cooked by Cornish people - take away only. Cadgwith and Pebbles? You wont regret it :-)

Owen S, 

The cottage is very comfortable , and has lots of character . Equipped with all we needed plus rainy day activities which fortunately we didn't need . Lovely garden area , and great to have parking . The pub is probably less than a minute away and we were served great food by friendly staff Stayed while walking the South west coastal path, surrounding area is beautiful Spotted the seals at the lizard Had an amazing holiday here .

Maggie, 

This is a lovely, cosy cottage in the heart of Cadgwith village. It is completely unspoilt and retains lots of old fashioned features, but also has wifi and Sky TV which is a bonus for rainy evenings. Don't expect a modern kitchen, it is super simple which is a delight and meant that our evening meals were simple and delicious too - who needs anything else but the freshest of fish from the fish shop a few steps away from the cottage? It is one of the few dwellings in the heart of the village with a garden. Sitting in the garden gives lovely views of the village and the sea is only a short walk away.

Claire, 

'We loved the location, the cove, the opportunity to be right next to the coastal walks and to be able to buy fresh fish daily from the Fisherman's shack. The close proximity to the local Inn was a bonus on days when you didn't want to cook. The people in the village/cove were all very friendly and great hosts. The cottage has all you need to keep up with modern life but also allows you to switch off when you want to. The owners of Pebbles were always helpful and on hand should you need advice'.

Mr & Mrs B, 

'We have stayed in Pebbles twice now, both times we have really enjoyed ourselves. We found the level of accommodation very satisfactory and comfortable, we have already recommended it to friends and family and are booking for next year as we love staying in the cove. It is lovely to be in stumbling distance to the pub and the cellars restaurant'.

Mrs R, 

'We found that the cottage was really homely and had a friendly atmosphere to it. We had a fantastic Christmas. There is nothing we would change about it. The people of Cadgwith were really friendly and the swim really made our Christmas Day. Well the boys went in us girls took photos! We also got to enjoy the fantastic coastline and have found a new favourite beach in Kennack Sands.'

Mr & Mrs M, 

'We enjoyed the stay at Pebbles very much. Our kids were intrigued by the mystery that there really seemed to be a secret passway in the house (inside the walls between living room and the parlour, on both sides of the walk-through approx 10sqft), so they easily believed we lived in an old smuggler cottage that had an underground tunnel to the sea ;-)

'Cadgwith was beautiful and we enjoyed the cliff paths, the beaches in Kynance Cove & Kennack Sands and the wonderful nature. We were positively surprised about the high standard of furniture and equipment in the cottage. It was very cosy and comfortable.'

Mr L, 

Enquiries


Fiona Fletcher

fiona-fletcher@hotmail.com

01326 290 004

South Wind, Cadgwith, Helston, Cornwall, TR12 7JZ. United Kingdom

English