An inspiring bohemian cottage hideaway for creative souls, let Siren seduce your wanderlust and take you on a journey down to Cornwall’s wild Lizard Peninsula. This luxury romantic cottage by the sea is blissfully tucked away in Coverack Cove, commanding breath-taking sea views of the sandy beach and ocean beyond.
Nestling in Cornwall’s Lizard Peninsula, Siren enjoys a sleepy corner of Coverack; a pretty coastal village with a whimsical charm. This boho-chic cottage is just as romantic for artists and writers as it is for honeymooners wanting to escape it all. Siren’s style is an amalgamation of vintage glamour and bohemian free-spiritedness, the idyllic beachside haven for gypsetter-types.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
The king-size master has a sultry vibe including inky floors, lacy window drapes and accents of metallic gold. A deep night’s sleep is guaranteed under the gaze of the exotic vixen on the wall and the hypnotising sound of the waves. The dressing room, complete with easel and writing desk, is perfect for those who want to settle in and stay a while. You may even catch a glimpse of the dolphins as you fix your hair and ponder over what to wear. There is no shower but the clawfoot bath downstairs is sure to have you slip into holiday mode.
The friendly hub of the village is set up the road offering a local shop, ice cream parlour, church, art gallery and handful of eateries. Hidden in 'Sunny Corner', Siren is just a gentle amble away from Coverack's gorgeous sandy beach, so morning jogs along the shoreline and long coastal walks ending at a Cornish pub are a must. The pretty cottage gardens offer a dramatic setting for al fresco dining. Following a dip in the sea before sunset, fry up a fish supper and watch the stars begin to pinprick the sky from the comfort of your private beachside retreat.
There is no escaping the holiday vibe at Siren; from walking barefoot along the beach below to reading in the garden and cranking up the radio for happy hour at the cottage’s own cocktail bar. Coral pink sofas and a gold palm tree lamp give the sitting room a cool, Club Tropicana vibe which projects the warmth of a midsummer's day no matter how stormy the seas are outside. The deep window seat is the best spot to sit and watch the waves, with the log burner crackling in the background and a Long Island Iced Tea in hand.
This boho-chic thatch has an electric Aga oven along with all the modern day essentials including a microwave and washing machine. While you are able to drop bags at the cottage gate, parking is in the harbour and village car parks, just a short walk away.
- SleepsUp to 2 guests
- Your Home Stay IncludesDigital Property GuideA Gourmet Welcome Hamper and more...
- Personally VisitedYes
- BedroomsDoubles: One double bedroom with king-size bed
- BathroomsOne ground floor bathroom with clawfoot bathtub, basin and WC (the bath has a handheld shower attachment, but please note there is no separate shower)
- FamilyChildren: Babes-in-arms are welcomeCots: One travel cot is availableHighchairs: One highchair is available
- BBQA gas barbecue is provided
- PetsOne dog or two small well-behaved dogs are welcome.
There is a charge of £60.00 per week or part thereof for your pet to stay
- Mod ConsFreeview TV with DVD player, Sonos multi-room speakers, iPad with housebook guideInternet & Communications:Wi-Fi internetMobile Signal: Check reception maps
- Arrivals & DeparturesArrival Day: Monday or FridayArrival Time: 4pmDeparture Time: 10am
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AROUND THE PROPERTY
Style: Siren takes inspiration from the underwater world, incorporating inky blues, soft coral pinks and accents of gold. Exotic and carefree, this luxury hideaway cottage epitomises Gypset style.
Interior Design Consultant Jess says
There’s something very special about Siren that is difficult to put into words. The village and the cottage itself have a captivating nature which make it difficult to leave. I’m so pleased that others are able to share this special place too.
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FOOD AND DRINK
The blue and white kitchen looks out over the sea and makes cooking a dream. The small cream Aga (city folk needn't fear as this one is electric!) along with Belfast sink and all the essentials mean you won't need to leave the cottage but to get some essentials, and there's never a farm shop far away when on holiday in Cornwall. Even better, find a roadside stall selling freshly baked cakes, runner beans and juicy strawberries.
If you'd rather spend your luxury self-catering break indulging in the little luxuries, let an in-house chef prepare a mouth-watering meal for you (on prior request and subject to an additional cost).
Quaint restaurants and Cafes all with fabulous sea views and just a stroll from the cottage, The Old Lifeboat House and Harbour Lights Bistro. Archie's Loft is a favourite for delicious picnic lunches. Pop into the Paris inn for a local pint. There are plenty of cool, coastal tearooms, such as the Poldhu Beach Cafe. For a home-cooked fish supper and sea shanties head to the Cadgwith Inn. And to Porthleven to Rick Stein’s new restaurant which serves fresh local lobster.
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