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Lovely 1 B/rm (Fourposter) spacious bungalow annexe. Every amenity + sea view
The bedroom has a fabulous, very comfortable, carved oak fourposter bed, with an oak panelled canopy. Televisionv, plenty of wardrobe space and a spectacualr view of the sea & cliffs.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 2
Minimum age of primary renter:
Liz or Nick Leeds
- English, Spanish
About Liz or Nick Leeds
Born in Gloucester in 1945 my early childhood was spent in the village of Sandhurst where I was raised to be a country lover and have retained that love of nature, wildlife and particularly birds throughout my life. We moved into the city of Gloucester when I was ten and I attended a very Dickensian Junior school called the National, long since thankfully demolished. From there I attended the Central Technical School for boys and was glad to leave after taking GCE exams and took a summer job in Great Yarmouth, as a waiter in a restaurant. I found that I enjoyed catering very much and at the end of the season went back to Gloucester and took a job for the winter at the Fleece Hotel . I continued this for a few years and then changed direction, going into sales. After a few years I was able to start my own business selling freezers. (Home Refrigeration Co.Ltd) which developed into a small chain of frozen food centres as well. In 1976 I moved to Cornwall to take over the Tolcarne Hotel in Boscastle and sold the business in Glos. It was here that I met my darling wife, Liz and after 2 previous failed marriages felt that at last I had found the right one.( We now have 6 grown-up children between us, numerous grand children and 3 great grandchildren and it is wonderful when we all get together.) In 1982, I purchased Willapark at Bossiney and converted it into a beautiful Hotel which Liz and I ran, very successfully, for over 20 years . On retiring in 2005 we purchased Herons Lake, in the Camel Valley and after 13 very enjoyable years there, were able to return here to the Boscastle area which we love. Just before selling the Hotel, we also purchased a beautiful villa on the lovely Island of Lanzarote, so spend most of the winter there, although we do not go as much now. We have been letting this out for holidays as well and it has become so popular, that it needs to be booked well in advance. This is also shown on www.homeaway.co.uk and the property no. is 1481781
Liz or Nick Leeds purchased this Apartment in 2017
Why Liz or Nick Leeds chose Tintagel
My wife, Liz, was born in Boscastle and I have lived and had a business here for over 30 years. When we sold our hotel and retired we wanted to find somewhere in this area that would replace what we were losing when we sold. Particularly the view. There was nothing available at the time but 13 years later we feel so lucky that The Quoit became available and that Little Quoit came with it was an added bonus. We still have much to do in Little Quoit and plan to bring it to a very high standard. We have had a lot of experience with the villa and if you view the reviews on that site, it will give an insight as to what we wish to achieve here. Somewhere that feels like home, that people want to return to again and again. A place where you can totally relax and which provides everything you would wish for. My Wife, Liz, was born in Boscastle and I have lived and had a business here since 1976. When we sold the business we wanted to find somewhere in the area to replace what we were leaving, albeit on a smaller scale. We could find nothing to suit, properties with sea views don't come on the market too often. So, 13 years later we felt we were so lucky when The Quoit became available and that Little Quoit came with it was a real bonus. .omewhere that tries to provide everything you could possibly need.
What makes this Apartment unique
From the first moment we went into Little Quoit, it felt like home. We have done very much more to make it feel even more so. We particularly love the view. Being able to look out at the sea every day, with all its changing moods is very special.and the sunsets are spectacular. As a keen ornithologist and nature lover, our situation is perfect. To have the Coast Path on our doorstep and Rocky Valley & St. Nectan's Glen nearby is wonderful. As well as all the wonderful bird life we see, we also love to go to a relatively unknown beauty spot up the coast where there is a seal colony. We have spent many happy hours on the cliffs observing them and at low tide we can usually count over a hundred.