The Studio is a delightful, dog friendly, hideaway with far-reaching southerly views down the Fal Estuary towards St Mawes and Falmouth. There is ample accommodation with a cosy wood burner to warm up winter evenings, a double bedroom, and a fitted kitchen. Outside the living room is a small deck with a table and chairs to make the most of the wonderful vista. Many artists have stayed here to make the most of the superb light and maritime climate.
Loe Beach is a short walk down the hill, and there are opportunities to hire Kayaks and paddle boards, take sailing lessons or just go for a swim, the beach
is mainly shingle with rock pools around the edges. There are dozens of fantastic places to visit within a short drive, Falmouth is a vibrant town, buzzing with atmosphere and nautical history. Mylor and Restonguet are picturesque tidal estuaries with waterside pubs and restaurants and amazing walks. The Roseland Peninsula is well worth a trip, including the traditional fishing villages of St Mawes and Portscatho, the majestic headland at St Anthony and its famous lighthouse that you may remember from the Fraggle Rock children's TV series. Superb beaches at Pendower, Towan and Molunan, a short walk but well worth it!
Ground floor only: Enter into hallway with doors leading to: Kitchen with fitted units and appliances. Bedroom with 4'6" double bed, storage and rural views. Family bathroom with shower over the bath, WC and hand basin. Living dining room with wood burning stove, TV, comfortable seating, dining table, and chairs, door to deck..
Outside: Parking for 1 car. Deck with sea views, table, and chairs. Garden area which is not enclosed or dog proof with Apple tree, you are welcome to help yourself in season.
Friday changeovers - flexible start day between November and Easter.
Electricity, heating, bed linen, and towels are all included. You will need to bring your own beach towels.
A security deposit of £250 will be pre-authorised on your credit/debit card.
One, well-behaved dog is welcome at the small additional charge of £40 per week. Your dog must not be left unattended in the property.
No smoking inside the property.
Electric heating system with panel radiators, and the wood burning stove.
Electric oven and hob, fridge with ice box, microwave, kettle, and toaster.
Flatscreen TV in the living room.
There is no WiFi available but 4G reception is generally pretty good.
Loe Beach is a superb, family friendly, shingle beach with a south-facing outlook and incredible views down the Carrick Roads towards the two castles at St Mawes and Pendennis. There is a watersports centre with kayak and SUP hire or you can upskill with lessons at the training centre, the waters are safe and there is plenty of scope for exploring the local creeks and estuaries, from Restronguet with the world renowned Pandora Inn to Turnaware over on the Roseland Peninsula, which was one of the embarkation points for D Day in the second world war. To see what's going
on right now check out the webcam.
Fal River Links is a local ferry service that connects, Falmouth with St Mawes and St Anthony and there is a seasonal service that docks at Trelissick Gardens pontoon by the King Harry Ferry on the way between Malpas and Falmouth, if you get the chance this is a superb way to view the activity on the river with a great chance of seeing some unique wildlife, from Herons and Otters to seals and dolphins.
There are a tremendous range of beautiful gardens across this part of Cornwall, all making the most of the sub-tropical climate. these include, Trelissick Gardens, Enys Gardens, Trebah and Glendurgan, they are all well worth a visit, as is the old dynamite factory at Kennal Vale, a stunning valley with derelict waterwheels and a plethora of leats that fed them with little waterfalls, on a sunny day this is one of the most picturesque spots in the county.
The Roseland Peninsula is a short drive away across the King Harry car ferry, the traditional fishing villages of St Mawes and Portscatho are a delight, although now the fishing industry has been replaced by boutique tourism, there are plenty of fine local pubs and restaurants, art galleries aplenty and if walking is your thing then a multitude of glorious coastal walks, with castles, lighthouses, golden sandy beaches, secluded coves and majestic promontories all within touching distance of the sea, be it azure blue and crystal clear, or raging angry with crashing surf, every day on this stretch of the coastline is an experience you will not forget.
Falmouth is a truly vibrant town these days with a buzzing atmosphere that has been enhanced by the recent addition of the University, this has led to huge diversity of restaurants and any foodie is going to love the choices available. There are frequent events held in the town including the Shanty Festival, Falmouth Sailing Week, which is a sight to behold with hundreds of yachts racing on the water, Falmouth Oyster Festival. The Tall Ships often make an appearance all of which adds to the maritime culture. Pendennis Shipyard, which is based at Falmouth Docks, build and restore some of the most stunning and elegant superyachts in the world, and they too are regular visitors to the harbour.
Further afield is the Lizard Peninsula with Kynance Cove, Lizard Point, the Helford River and Goonhilly all well worth a visit, the endless golden beaches on the north coast or St Michaels Mount, Penzance and Lands End.