Holiday Cottages In St. Cleer To Rent
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Mandy - verified booking
"As the cottage is located in a small cul-de-sac, it feels private and quiet and there is parking for two cars. The cottage is only a couple of years old, so is very modern, with the rooms being of a good size and very light. The kitchen has everything you could need including separate fridge and freezer and dishwasher. The bathroom has a good double shower (over bath) and the enclosed garden has a gas barbecue and garden furniture on the decking for warmer days. We found milk, biscuits, tea bags, coffee and sugar waiting for us, which was really helpful. There is a village pub, only a couple of minutes walk away, along with a small shop (open every day), butchers and chip shop (Tuesday to Sunday Evenings) and where is a good feel to the village and the people seem friendly. We took our collie, but we could only find one grass area, to walk him in the village, as there is a small children's playing area in a side street only about a five minute walk from the cottage (this was useful early morning and late evenings). But we were able to take our dog on Par Beach (you need to pay for parking) and there is a wetlands park (with duck pond and grass area), within 10 minutes drive.The location of S40061 is really good if you wish to visit Fowey, Mevagissey, Charlestown Bodmin or the eden project as they are all within 40 minutes drive away. There are large supermarkets in Bodmin and St Austell, if you need them. We only had one issue, during our stay - as we found that the wifi never had enough signal and the TV would go funny at times, so we missed parts of TV programmes. But on the plus side, we had no problems using our mobile phones, while we were in the cottage and this is normally an issue in Cornwall."
Terry - verified booking
"Absolutely loved our week at S20722, it was perfect for my husbands 50th birthday. The views from the rooms and of course garden are just absolutely stunning-i feel like all the time we were in we were just looking out the window (binoculars are provided). We took our own viewing scope and it was just like a magnet. We found the house really cosy and comfy, the electric heaters kept it really snug on the odd cool morning/evening we had. The settee is really comfy and so is the bed and as for the bathroom,hot water was plentiful. The welcome pack of the freshly baked scones, clotted cream,milk and teabags were much appreciated after a long drive-they were delicious. It was really nice that the owners were on hand and it was nice that they were nice and friendly but not intrusive. The location is ideal, for us we didn't find the walk up from the harbour bad at all, the co-op is just around the corner and the big plus is the parking. Although i would say-reverse on the drive if you can as you may find it a bit hairy reversing off! For us S20722 was perfect and if we go to Cornwall again this is where we will stay!"
Sue - verified booking
"This was a lovely little bungalow - a bit smaller than expected, but perfectly adequate. There is a parking space, but "interesting" getting in and out depending on neighbouring vehicles and wouldn't like to have a very large car.We chose it for the view (being January and the weather could have been dire), which was wonderful -and in fact the weather was great too! We weren't over keen on the electric heating, although there was plenty of it, but I think if we hadn't used the open fire we would have been quite chilly in the evening at that time of the year.Everything you need was there, including welcome cream tea and a few tea bags, sugar etc to get you going - although with a Coop just round the corner you could get all you need there.I think we probably won't go again because our dog is old and walking back up from the village would be a bit much for her, so we couldn't really go out for an evening meal etc. We drove down and at that time of year no trouble parking, but then you can't have a drink.It has a lot going for it, the coastal path for walks and as I say, nothing to beat that view!!!"
Gordon - verified booking
"A lovely bungalow for a quiet retreat, very clean and homely with fantastic views. absolutely everything you need plus more, even binoculars for the view, plus an enclosed garden all overlooking the beautiful bay. We lit the log/coal fire every evening as it was a cold April. There were individual heaters which kept the bungalow very warm and cosy but it was nice to have a log fire to feel even more cosy. We had a lovely welcoming Cornish cream tea and the we met the owners, they were a lovely couple. There was plenty of hot water and Towels / T Towels etc. The only very slight downside [if you could call it that] is that the entrance is via the rear garden where there is an old settee, outside, work tools and work vehicles, but that does not impact in any way on the cosy bungalow and the holiday. only a few minutes walk from port Issac, very highly recommended"
Paula - verified booking
"S72315 is a beautifully presented cottage. It has everything you need. It is very homely and we were made to feel very welcome from the start when Helen, the owner presented us with homemade scones for cream tea (very yummy indeed!) The bedrooms are immaculate and very comfy. There is nothing you don't need in the Kitchen too. Everything has been thought of. The only downside to the cottage is the location. A return taxi into Bude was £50 so it meant that we didn't go out on a evening Killkhampton is a lovely little village with a couple of nice pubs but again not in walking distance - or safe accessible paths that you could walk on at night. But all in all a very beautiful well maintained cottage with everything you need for a lovely family holiday xx"