Cove Cottage - sleeps 6 guests in 3 bedrooms
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Max guests:6 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
We loved this property as we were a couple with two dogs so it suited us perfectly.
The only thing I’d like to mention is I found it odd no wood being left for a lovely open fire, very very few basics such a black pepper and oil and very short on soap and no dishcloth. It seemed below standard for a property of this level.
fantastic as always
Great week at Cove Cottage - clean, comfortable and peaceful. We love being able to take our dog and this year we managed to buy some fish off the local fisherman which was delicious. A truly special place.
A lovely summer cottage in Portloe
We enjoyed a two week stay in this lovely cottage in Portloe. The location is exceptional and the cottage offers all you need for a family of four. The Lugger Inn next door serves spectacular food and the costal path is right on your door step. We can highly recommend this cottage and would be happy to return.
A perfect cottage in a perfect Cornish village
We spent the last two weeks of June at Cove Cottage at Portloe - what a wonderful place and the Cottage was perfect for us. Three of us one week and six the second week, quite comfortable and well appointed.
Great views over the harbour, and easy access to the Coastal Path.
The managers Alan and Melanie were accessible, responded to us promptly, and gave us good tips as to what to do and where to eat in the area.
We were lucky enough to be in Portloe when it was Open Gardens - 10 of the village’s houses opened their gardens for public viewing - despite the rain it was one of the highlights of the fortnight.
Dinner at the Ship Inn was great, as was the Lugger (although considerably more expensive).
We were able to park on the harbour ramp most days, and the other days used the public car park at the top of the village.
A perfect place to stay in a perfect Cornish village - thoroughly recommended!!
Tim and Linda
Wonderful cosy cottage in a stunning little village location
Beautiful sea views and right on the cliff path for glorious walks with the dog
Cottage very well equipped with comfortable beds and lovely open fireplace
Just loved staying here again.
We like everything about staying at Cove Cottage, just suits us perfectly.
PS We found it hard to throw the recycling in with the rubbish. There are companies that deal with it for you.
The Roseland Peninsula is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and forms one of the finest sections of Cornwall's South Coast. From Mevagissey to St Mawes and bordered by the Fal Estuary to the west, the Roseland Peninsula has been drawing visitors for years with its splendid coastline, unique gardens, historic villages and superb sailing waters. A truly magnificent part of Cornwall, the Roseland Peninsula is a wonderful place to spend a memorable holiday. With The Lost Gardens of Heligan and The Eden Project in one direction and Falmouth and the National Maritime Museum in the other the Roseland is brimming with places to visit and things to do.
Portloe is considered by many to be the jewel in the crown of the Roseland peninsula and one of the prettiest villages in Cornwall. The steep sided valley has meant that it has managed to escape development over the years and many buildings differ little from when they were built. Sir John Betjeman said of Portloe "One of the least spoiled and most impressive of Cornish fishing villages". Broom Parc, the country house setting (now a B&B) for the Camomile Lawn a 1992 TV drama is a short walk up the coast path.
It is wonderfully quiet and peaceful, yet it has a really good local pub & hotel. The village itself is only a short drive from the other villages such as St Mawes. The city of Truro is also within a 25 minute drive. The Lugger Hotel with its excellent restaurant is only a few steps away and the Ship Inn is a short walk. The New Inn at Veryan serves food. There is also the Portloe Tea Room nearby. There is no general store in Portloe, however there are shops at Veryan (1.4 miles) and a Londis store at Bessy Beneath (3 miles). Further pubs, shops & restaurants are also available in Tregony, Ruan Lanihorne, Portscatho & St Mawes.
Portscatho and its neighbouring village of Gerrans are located on the eastern coast of the Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall, overlooking the dramatic Gerrans Bay. A truly peaceful waterside village, Portscatho is a lovely place for a holiday. There are miles of coastal and countryside footpaths to explore, particularly along past Towan beach and out to St Anthony's Head. Portscatho was once a busy fishing harbour, but now it has become a haven for artists due to the striking light which is particularly good in the morning sun. More than anything, Portscatho is a relaxing place. The beaches such as Porthcurnick, Towan and Porthbeor are simply idyllic and these are only minutes from the village. With a superb local butchers shop, 2 great little pubs and a well-stocked local store, Portscatho and Gerrans are a lovely place to spend a holiday.
St Mawes Castle, built by Henry VIII in the 16th century sits on Castle Point at the mouth of the River Fal. At the top of St Mawes, Lamorran Gardens house a wonderful collection of tropical plants with lovely views down into the Harbour. St Just-in-Roseland has arguably the most photographed church in Cornwall. The 13th century church sits quietly tucked away on the edge of the creek. The Veryan Roundhouses are a must see, on the way to Nare Head, where you will find the most spectacular views of Gerrans Bay. The little village of Portloe nestles in lovely valley and is one of Cornwall's quintessential spots. Portscatho has a number of art galleries and many artists find the light in this harbour village inspires much of their work. The Roseland Inn at Philleigh is a 16th century pub just waiting for you to visit, as is the newly refurbished Smugglers Cottage at Tolverne, perfect for that afternoon Cornish Cream Tea, now run by Tregothnan Estate home to the UK's first tea plantation. The most popular thing to do though on the Roseland is simply to walk and enjoy some of Cornwall's most beautiful coastline.
Events on the Roseland reach fever point in August when sailing regattas, carnivals, fayres and fun days take place all over the Roseland and the waters of the Carrick Roads. It is a memorable place for many people who return year after year to enjoy the magic of this beautiful place.