Named after the Cornish for ‘the small cottage’, An Dyji exudes the charm and character you’d expect from a traditional Cornish abode. Set over three floors, the cottage has been lovingly renovated to create a bright yet relaxing space with calm hues and subtle coast-inspired furnishings. Come together in the open plan living area to enjoy a freshly brewed cup of coffee or whip up eggs and bacon in the kitchen before heading out to explore. On cooler nights after a hearty meal in one of the local pubs, you'll be able to get cosy on comfy sofas in front of the fire and take in a good film or two.
Evenings will be spent savouring a glass of your favourite holiday tipple in the pretty shared courtyard, planning the days ahead and watching the summer skies turn a dreamy shade of pink. Hunker down in the winter months with a traditional Stargazy pie or take in the mesmerising Mousehole Christmas lights that dance across the harbour every December.
Mousehole could easily hold the prize for the most charming village in Cornwall. A picturesque harbour with winding streets, white-washed cottages and a pretty beach. You are also surrounded by some of Cornwall’s most Instagram-worthy landmarks and glorious beaches, from the Minack Theatre and St Michael’s Mount to the turquoise waters of Pedn Vounder Beach.
Open plan with the kitchen and dining area
Furnished with two sofas
A modern glass electric fireplace and wall mounted flat screen television with Blu-ray player create a focal point in the room
Open plan with the living and dining area the kitchen also has access to the back of the cottage via a stable door
Electric oven and hob, microwave, kettle and toaster
Fridge / freezer, washer / dryer and dishwasher
Open plan with the kitchen and living area
Furnished with an extending table and seating for six
Double size bed
Bedside tables with lamps
Double bed with bedside tables with lamps
Twin beds, bedside tables with lamps
Features a shower, wash basin and WC, heated towel rail
Communal furnished outdoor area with views to the harbour down the alley way
There is no allocated parking for this property. Guests can park in the road along The Parade which is free on a first come first service basis and is a short walk from the property, or guests can use either one of the two Harbour Authority car parks at North or South Quay, or the Parade Car Park which is slightly outside of the town centre. For more information about North and South Quay car parks from the Harbour Authority’s website, please click here
The Parade Car Park is privately owned so prices are subject to change however current charges (as of 2021) are £9.00 for an overnight stay. Please note that parking here is strictly monitored and even slight overstays are heavily fined.
Please bear in mind that on-street parking is scarce as the village’s streets are very narrow. At very busy times when these car parks are full, the village of Paul which is located up a steep hill at the top of Mousehole Lane is an option however the walk up, although just 0.6 miles, is strenuous.
North Quay Car Park (3 minute walk 0.1 miles)
South Quay Car Park (3mins walk 0.1 miles)
The Parade Car Park (4 mins walk 0.1 miles)
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