Bay Cottage In Portloe

Portloe , Truro, Cornwall, Seaside village

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Small patio at rear with table and seating for four. Steps at the rear lead up to a patio & grassy banks adjacent to the coastal path. There is garden furniture with seating for six and a BBQ.

Downstairs Description

Porch / Hall. Open plan living room with wood burning stove, dining & kitchen areas. There is a separate cloakroom with WC & wash hand basin.

First Floor Description

Bedroom 1 with 4'6” bed, Bedroom 2 with 4'6” bed (restricted access from one side), and Bedroom 3 with 2'6” twin beds. Stylish shower-room with WC & shower.

Dogs Welcome: Up to 2 well behaved dogs are welcome at a small additional cost of £25 per dog / per week.
Open Fire/Multi Fuel Burner
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Melinsey Mill: Tucked away in one of Cornwalls hidden valleys, you will discover Melinsey Mill. This local family business is run from a restored 16th Century water mill. Melinsey is a one off, a wonderfully Cornish mixture of eccentricity and charm. Visit website
  • D Day Embarkation Sites : The Roseland Peninsula was a critically important embarkation site for the D-Day landings. The evidence of these sites still exist at Turnaware Point and Smugglers Cottage in the Polgerran Woods. To visit Turnaware, take the King Harry Ferry road from St Just in Roseland and turn left at the sign to Roundhouse Barns. Visit website
  • Eden Project: With its distinctive white domes, the Eden Project is Cornwall’s best-known tourist attraction. But it’s much more than just a big green theme park and visitors can expect to come away with a better understanding of the environment and their interaction with it. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Ship Inn At Portloe: The Ship Inn was built in the 17th century as a fisherman's cottage and became a public house at the turn of the last century. Visit website
  • The Lugger Hotel At Portloe: The hotel also boasts a two AA Rosette restaurant where you can enjoy the best of local produce and cuisine, much of which is freshly hauled from the depths by the village’s resident fishing vessels. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Corgurrell Farm Shop: The shop also sells local and home grown fruit and veg, free range eggs and homemade preserves. Curgurrell is truly unique, with its own tiny harbour just below the farm, and often the day's catch is on sale within an hour of being caught. This is Cornish produce at its very best. All fish and shellfish are caught within 5 or 6 miles of the farm. Visit website
  • Tesco : In Truro and you could always pre order your grocery delivery ready for your arrival. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Killiow Golf Club : Set in the magnificent grounds of Killiow Estate this well maintained and picturesque 18 hole parkland course presents a challenge to golfers of all standards. The tranquil setting offers a chance to relax amonst the mature trees, the natural water features and the indigenous wildlife. Visit website
  • The South West Coast Path National Trail : Where else can you walk along 630 miles of such superb coastline which makes up the longest National Trail in the UK? The heritage, wildlife, geology and scenery along the way are truly inspirational . Visit website
  • Loe Beach Watersports Centre  : Watersports in Cornwall has safe, family-friendly waters between Truro and Falmouth. Visit website