In a row of whitewashed, thatched cottages in a Cornish fishing village, The Cot is one of those places where you can drink in all the atmosphere of Cadgwith and its history. Sunny and south facing, this cottage has been beautifully renovated to an extremely high standard, allowing you to enjoy the cove in very comfortable, stylish surroundings. Low beams, open stonework and original wooden doors - together with a secret room, possibly a smuggler's hidey-hole - all add to the appeal of this property which was built in the 16th Century.
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Cottage in Cadgwith, Cornwall, England - 50 Yards From The Beach And Good Pub
- Calendar last updated:
- Oct 9, 2018
About Fiona Fletcher
We live in a small fishing village on the Lizard Peninsula, South west Cornwall with our three young boys. Simon is a retired fisherman and I was a primary school teacher until I gave up my post to look after our children and concentrate on managing our holiday properties. We are a small, family owned and run business and we are delighted to say that many of our guests return again and again.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Well looked after
Just the right amount of modernization in this cottage. Quiet, comfortable, and just right for us
Cosy cottage near the Cove
We have been coming to Cadgwith for the last 10 years and this was the best place we have stayed by far. Great location close to the Cove and a garden with a lovely sea view. We had good weather so didn't spend a great deal of time indoors but we slept well in the beds and benefited from 2 great showers as well as a free standing bath! The cot was very clean and we had been left tea bags,milk and a bottle of wine. We had a slight issue with the hob but this was immediately rectified by the owner who replaced the faulty hob with a new one. This was particularly impressive as it was a bank holiday weekend. We would love to stay here again.
Fabulous winter week in Cadgwith
We couldn't have stayed in a more perfect cottage and village than the Cot in Cadgwith - it was exactly what we'd hoped for. The Cot is welcoming, comfortable and homely and is equipped with everything you need, and is just a stone's throw from the beach. We walked a good amount of the South West Coastal Path right from the front door, enjoying a rewarding drink at the exceptionally friendly local pub afterwards. There's so much to explore in this lovely part of Cornwall and for us, Cadgwith was a magical place from which to do it.
Cute and cosy!
My sister and I had such a lovely long weekend at The Cot. Such a pretty, cosy cottage. A wood burner, squashy sofas and stormy weather outside. What more could you want on a winter break!
Great meal in the pub on Friday night where we were treated to the Cadgwith shanty singers in fine voice. Wonderful.
The cottage is well equipped. The beds are comfy. All in all a lovely experience.
Comfortable and charming restored family cottage
Just home after another delightful stay at 'The Cot'. We love the character, comfort and charm of Fiona and Simon's sympathetically restored 16th century thatched cottage. A further highlight was the newly terraced garden which has fantastic views of the bay and cove. The cottage is highly recommended for its facilities, tasteful decor and location. We also loved reading about the family history of the property. It's brilliant to have the beach, crab seller, ice-cream shop, café and pub only a few steps away. Thanks for a wonderful relaxing break - we look forward to a return visit before too long!
The Cot is a beautiful cottage in a stunningly lovely village
We had a lovely week in The Cot. The house is interesting and comfortable and has everything provided for a relaxing stay. We were lucky to have some good weather and the view from the garden is fantastic! We loved having a great pub so close ( Tuesday folk session a highlight!) and being able to walk the South Western Coastal Path right from the door.
Special interest holidays:
There are many courses available nearby and we will be pleased to help provide information, these include painting, jewellery making, yoga and cookery.
The Cot is 50 yards from the beach. 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. 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 coast path leads out of the cove on both sides with spectacular views.
A car is recommended,
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 renown 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' and is the base for Monty Halls' series: 'The Fisherman's Apprentice'.
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.
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), cycling (from Mullion), fishing (boat trips from Cadgwith), diving (at Porthkerris or Cadgwith) and surfing (best at Porthleven and Kennack Sands).
Events: 8th May, Helston Flora Day. 2nd July, Ruan Minor Vintage Rally. Mid July, St Keverne Ox Roast. All August, Regattas and fishing festivals in the area. Every Tuesday night, Folk singing in Cadgwith Pub. Every Friday, traditional maritime singing in Cadgwith Pub. At Christmas time most Cornish villages are decorated with fairy lights at night and on Christmas Day there is swimming at Cadgwith and Coverack.
Booking Notes: Deposit of 25% is required to secure your booking. The balance, plus refundable breakages deposit of £50, is payable 8 weeks prior to departure. The breakages deposit will be returned promptly after your visit (subject to a satisfactory property inspection). Changeover Day: The cottage is available after 3pm on the day of arrival and is to be vacated by 10am on day of departure. The changeover day is Friday although it may be possible to be flexible in low season or with late bookings.