A quaint cottage, with character features in a stunning coastal location on the Roseland Peninsula, dog friendly, with a plethora of stunning walks and beaches right from the doorstep. St Mawes is a foot ferry away and it's a short walk to amazing views of St Mawes and castle, Place Manor, Pendennis Castle and the Falmouth Estuary.
Located high on a ridge on the St Anthony Headland lies the sleepy hamlet of Bohortha. Made up of a cluster of cottages and a farm, this is the perfect place to escape from reality and enjoy the true beauty of the idyllic Roseland Peninsula. Crotchet Cottage is located at the end of a row of fishermen's cottages accessed by a short footpath from where the road runs out. Crotchet Cottage is surrounded by rolling rural landscapes, stunning walks with the best views of St Mawes, Place Manor, Pendennis Castle, Falmouth and the Carrick Roads, St Anthony Head and Lighthouse and Towan Beach are all close by, dog friendly and family safe.
This is a traditional, double fronted Cornish cottage at the end of a pretty terrace of mixed thatch and slate roof properties. It is full of character with exposed beams and thick cob walls, two bedrooms and a private garden area a short walk away from the cottage (25m). This is a dog friendly property and there are few places with such good access to some of the most stunning coastal walks in the county.