Experience life on the crest of a wave with a luxury coastal escape at this unique self-catering beach cottage set in one of Cornwall’s most sought after coastal villages. Perched above the turquoise waters of Trevaunance Cove in St Agnes, The Ink will greet you with a seasalt kiss and capture a little piece of your heart forever…
With it's wild coastline, fascinating mining history and four stunning dog-friendly beaches, the wonderfully quaint village of St Agnes is one of Cornwall’s best and is featured heavily in the the Poldark novels. The Ink is splendidly set on the South West Coast Path in the heart of Trevaunance Cove, overlooking the beach. Stylish city folk and surf lovers can well and truly escape the city with a luxury self-catering break at this unique luxury beach cottage, with designer interiors and a private roof terrace view to rival any in Chelsea.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
Like the inky depths of a shimmering lagoon, the theme is blue on blue. Tie-dye wallpaper and a scattering of matching cushions offer a bold boho-coastal theme. For an invigorating wake up the shower room is next door. Soaking salty, sun-kissed bodies in the luxurious rainfall shower after a day on the beach will be pure bliss before tumbling into your king-size deep feather duvet dressed bed with crumpled white linen.
Take an ancient Cornish village, add a thriving village community, four stunning dog-friendly beaches, perfect surf and a sprinkling of charming pubs and you have St Agnes! With the coast path on the doorstep, a ramble to the iconic engine house ruins (or Poldark’s 'Nampara Valley') towards Chapel Porth is a must. Pass vibrant banks of heather, ferns and golden gorse on this spectacular stretch of coastline bordering the ocean for a Cornish break to write home about.
Pad up the garden steps to reach The Ink’s private roof terrace, where the sound of the waves provide the most blissful space for a morning stretch and freshly brewed coffee. Let the sea air and warm sun tickle your skin as Cornwall casts its magical spell of calm over you. After a day's adventuring on the coast, look forward to a sunset picnic or cosy pub supper with a little walk back through the charming village lined with old cottages and boutique shops. An evening by the crackling fire is the best way to end a day at this cosy abode.
Cars can unload luggage below the Ink but must park in one of the local public car parks. The kitchen includes an electric fan oven with hob, small butler sink, dishwasher, microwave and fridge with freezer drawer. There is no washing machine or tumble dryer.
- SleepsUp to 2 guests
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- Personally VisitedYes
- BedroomsDoubles: One king-size bedroom
- BathroomsOne shower room, WC, rainfall shower plus separate handheld shower attachment
- FamilyChildren: Sorry no children or babies
- BBQThere is a large coal barbecue on the sundeck
- HousekeepingAdditional housekeeping is available on prior request at an additional cost
- PetsTwo small well behaved dogs are very welcome.
Each pet is charged at £60.00 per week or part thereof
- Mod ConsSamsung smart television, Netflix, Marshall Acton speaker with iPod and Bluetooth connections, Nespresso coffee machine, iPad with virtual housebook guideInternet & Communications:Wi-Fi internet and landline for incoming and emergency callsMobile Signal: Check reception maps
- Arrivals & DeparturesArrival Day: Arrival day is Monday or FridayArrival Time: 4pmDeparture Time: 10am
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AROUND THE PROPERTY
Style: Bold splashes of aqua, indigo and cobalt give this boutique beach cottage an under-the-sea feel. From tie-dye cushions to Designer´s Guild Savine wallpaper, The Ink is a fusion of coastal colours and textures.
Marketing and PR Assistant Harriet says
The beautiful little village of St Agnes is at the centre of an amazing area to walk in and explore. Time it right and you´ll be in the perfect spot to catch the sunset over the ocean like I did on my visit. Beautiful.
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FOOD AND DRINK
The little kitchen has all the mod cons, pots, pans and utensils needed for your gourmet seaside escape. There is a greengrocer in the village, along with two butchers, a bakery and some wonderfully quaint cafes, so it's easy to grab the essentials. Etherington Meats in Redruth and Trevaskis Farm in Hayle are worth a trip for the best of Cornish farm produce.
If you'd rather spend your luxury beach break indulging in the little luxuries, let an in-house chef prepare a mouth-watering meal for your partner (on prior request and subject to an additional cost).
Within walking distance, the Taphouse in St Agnes village; serving up fresh, local food. In the cove across from the Ink is the Driftwood Inn which has three cosy bars with wood burners as well as their seafood bistro, open Thursday and Friday nights from Easter to October. Nearby Truro offers a larger selection of eateries including Hooked, Falmouth bay seafood cafe and Mannings for a relaxed lunch or supper.
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