Nestled in the heart of Mousehole, Crabber’s Nip is a traditional fisherman’s cottage which has been tenderly restored to reinstate its quintessential Cornish cottage charm, with a contemporary twist. This luxury self-catering cottage will delight families wanting a picture-perfect harbourside retreat, where elegant yachts glide past the window like swans alongside bobbing fishing boats, in what Dylan Thomas called 'the prettiest village in England'.
Experience the best of Cornish heritage in this enchanting and historical harbour village, bustling with tinkering fishermen and friendly locals. This quaint luxury self-catering cottage boasts some beautiful original features including wooden floorboards, inglenook fireplace and characterful beamed ceilings. Oozing with traditional charm, Crabber's Nip provides luxurious modern living in timeless surroundings.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
Both bedrooms and bathroom are on the first floor. Gaze out across the glittering waters towards St Michael's Mount from the king-size bedroom. The super king-size zip-and-link bedroom has dreamy views out to sea, so look forward fresh coffee and buttered croissants on lazy mornings, wrapped in the fine crisp linens which adorn the luxurious beds. The deluxe bathroom features waterfall tap and wet room shower area, beautifully designed with the finest Travertine floor tiles and Moroccan Tadelakt finish.
Just a stone's throw from the hub of the harbour, Crabber's Nip is perfectly placed in the heart of the village. The paved area in front of the cottage provides a little haven where you can kick back and watch the world go by, before returning to the luxury of your home-away-from-home. With a wealth of great places to visit nearby, chose from a Celtic castle to the exotic 25 acre estate which comprises Trengwainton Gardens, or pack up a champagne picnic and watch a Shakespearean play at the world famous Minack open air-theatre.
There is nowhere quite like Cornwall when it comes to relaxation and rejuvenation. There is something about the salty air, laid-back pace of life and unique quality of light that makes this peninsular a particularly special holiday destination. Artists have flocked to this intriguing part of Cornwall to try and capture it's beauty since the early nineteenth century when Turner famously paid a visit, so find a quiet spot to erect your easel and rouse your inner creative! If you would rather admire the work of a professional, day trip to St Ives to visit the Tate or Barbara Hepworth's sculpture gardens.
Guests can park in the small harbour carpark, which is £3 a day. The cottage is well-equipped with a pyrolytic oven, Smeg hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and combined washing machine and dryer.
- SleepsUp to 4 guests
- Alternative Group OptionUp to 2 guests
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- Personally VisitedYes
- BedroomsDoubles: One king-size bedroomZip Link Beds: One super king-size zip-and-link bedroom which can be arranged as a twin
- BathroomsOne bathroom with underfloor heating and separate wet room area with shower
- FamilyChildren: Babes-in-arms, children five years old and overCots: One cot is availableHighchairs: One highchair is available
- PetsOne large or two small dogs are welcome
Each pet is charged at £60.00 per week or part thereof
- Mod ConsSmart TV with Wi-Fi and Blu Ray DVD player, Phillips Bluetooth sound system and Roberts DAB radioInternet & Communications:Wi-Fi internetMobile Signal: Check reception maps
- Arrivals & DeparturesArrival Day: Arrival day is FridayArrival Time: Arrival is at 4pmDeparture Time: Departure is at 10am
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AROUND THE PROPERTY
Style: Coastal Cornish charm reigns at this harbourside abode with quaint original features. The inglenook fire will be the heart of this home-from-home, warming the traditional stone cottage when the sea mists roll in.
Property Owner Jane says
The eclectic styles and different types of buildings in Mousehole makes the village seem timeless. When I first came across the property I loved the proximity to the sea and the harbour, the sound of the waves and the feel of the house. It felt like a place I belonged, it felt like home.
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FOOD AND DRINK
The duck egg blue kitchen, fitted with all the mod-cons, will bring much delight to those who love to cook up a feast for the family. Grab the fishermen's catch of the day from the fish shops at Newlyn and make the most of the local produce on offer to get a true taste of the South West.
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 and your party (on prior request and subject to an additional cost).
Within a short walk of the cottage there are a number of great eateries to choose from. From garden dining at The Old Coastguard to taking in the views whilst enjoying great bistro-style fare at 2 Fore Street. There is also a wealth of excellent dining destinations in nearby St Ives.
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