Sleeps: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Pets Allowed: 0
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This beautifully styled Cornish home is one of a handful of traditional stone buildings that pepper Mousehole’s quaint streets; and is the perfect family retreat for a coastal getaway to one of Cornwall’s prettiest harbour villages. Retaining many of its original features, Sunrise has been delightfully refurbished into a contemporary space that feels tastefully modern yet comfortable and welcoming, with two bedrooms and the open plan living space perfectly suited to four guests.

Cooking in the modern kitchen is a laid-back affair where a range of utensils, appliances and cookware make whipping up humble home creations a breeze, and the room’s dining table invites board games over breakfast or hours of evening chatter to discuss the past days’ adventures or the following day’s plans. The two lovely bedrooms provide a layout that works very well for families with children, where parents can retreat to their comfy king size bed and the kids have their own singles; and a super walk-in double shower featured in the family bathroom makes de-sanding after the beach a cinch.

Mousehole’s pretty harbour and narrow streets are lined with original dwellings and small shops, giving it a lovely atmosphere of days gone by, with far-reaching sea views forming an extraordinary backdrop to the village. Nearby along the coast, are a treasure of hidden coves to be discovered, the most popular being that of Lamorna, and the market town of Penzance and the South West’s largest fishing port at Newlyn are both within a short drive from the cottage.
within 100m from the beach
Children Welcome
Family friendly
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Hair dryer
Tumble Dryer

Room Information

  • Living
    A ground floor apartment in a traditional stone period building

    Living Room
    The open plan lounge features a large sofa and a traditional farmhouse style armchair with additional seating on the painted monk’s bench. A sideboard with drawers sits beneath the large wall mounted flat screen TV with Freeview, and the room also has a music system, coffee table, a nest of tables and a floor lamp
  • Kitchen & Dining
    Open plan with the lounge / dining area, the kitchen is well-equipped with plenty of worktop space and storage. A range of cookware and utensils are provided along with appliances that include a fan-assisted oven with grill, an induction hob, microwave, fridge with small freezer compartment, kettle, toaster, washer / dryer, cafetiere, iron, ironing board and vacuum cleaner

    Dining Area
    Incorporated into the lounge and kitchen the dining area features an oak topped dining table with painted legs, as well as four dining chairs
  • Bedrooms
    Master Bedroom
    This cosy room is furnished with a comfortable king size bed, side tables with reading lights and a freestanding wardrobe

    Bedroom Two
    This room is furnished with two single beds, pedestal table with reading light, mirror and chest of drawers
  • Bathrooms
    Family Shower Room
    The contemporary bathroom features a double walk-in shower cubicle with state of the art Mira shower system as well as a cabinet, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail
  • Outside
    There is a small communal area at the back of the property
  • Parking
    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.

    Additional parking information:

    Two Harbour Authority car parks at North or South Quay are available. For more information about North and South Quay car parks from the Harbour Authority’s website, please click here
    The Parade Car Park on the outskirts of the village is a privately owned facility 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 is strenuous.

    North Quay Car Park (0.2 miles)
    Open all year
    Overnight parking
    £1.00 for 1 hour, £2.00 for 2 hours, £5.00 for 3 - 24 hours
    No height restrictions
    70 spaces

    South Quay Car Park (0.2 miles)
    Generally unavailable in winter as it is used for storage of boats
    £1.00 for 1 hour, £2.00 for 2 hours, £5.00 for 3 - 24 hours

    The Parade Car Park (4 minute walk 0.1 miles)
    Open all year
    Overnight parking
    £9.00 per day or £1.00 per hour
    1.90m height restriction
    80 spaces

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Welcome to Mousehole

Before you book one of our Mousehole holiday cottages, you need to know one thing. The name of this beautiful little resort is pronounced ‘mowzul’. Now that’s cleared up, let’s begin. Arriving in this sleepy fishing village is a little bit like stepping into a fairytale. Found just three miles from Penzance, Mousehole is one of those destinations where time seems to stand still. Boats bob in the harbour, waves lap the beach and cafes serve the catch of the day. If you want to experience the Cornwall of days gone by, this is the perfect place to do it.

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