The Cabin, Charlestown
Soak up the sea breeze and some southern English sun at this tranquil little port spot. The Cabin is a pair of tiny, renovated Grade II listed buildings, with their own courtyard – making it perfect for a week of alfresco eating, resting up, and generally have a grand time.
You can wake up after a peaceful night’s sleep in a king size cabin bed and very beautiful white bedroom. The adjoining wet room has a powerful shower, basin and a loo with a view.
The open plan sitting room and kitchen is fully equipped and has been designed with comfort as a top priority. It includes a large sofa, a digital television with built in DVD, an ipod dock and WiFi. The kitchen has got all you might need to whip up a top meal for two. You can enjoy it in the sitting room with its bank of windows overlooking the private garden – or take your plates out to the enclosed courtyard for a lazy lunch. A quick crank of a handle will send a sail across the whole courtyard – so you can enjoy life outside whatever the weather.
It’s a child friendly place to stay, with a buggy to borrow, along with socket covers, anti-door slammers, a baby monitor, a steriliser, and a few toys, along with a whole host of other accessories if you would like to bring a young child.
The Cabin is hidden in the flower gardens of a grand Georgian Grade II Listed house on the Quay overlooking the historic port of Charlestown. This seaside community was built in the late 1700s and is largely unchanged. Its beauty and history have earned it UNESCO World Heritage Status.
The beaches are an easy stroll away. You can wander over to the nearby Hotel for a crab sarnie on their terrace or you might like to stay at home in the lovingly planted, south facing flower garden.
Charlestown is about ten minutes from the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. It is also wonderfully placed for visiting the picturesque Fowey Estuary, the Maritime Museum in Falmouth, the Tate at St Ives, and Padstow, with Rick Stein’s restaurants. The Airport at Newquay and Jamie Oliver’s restaurant Fifteen are a short drive, and it is ten minutes to the train station. Locals recommend Austells Restaurant and the best cakes in the world, we are told, come from Charlie’s Cafe.
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The Cabin, Charlestown
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