Westover Cottage, St Mawes

Stunning period beamed cottage, situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, just a short walk from St Mawes harbour.

Westover was originally two historic cottages which have been converted into a single, larger character cottage providing comfortable accommodation for six people in three bedrooms. There are glimpses of the sea and a view of the church from the first floor bedrooms.

  • Sleeps Max: 5

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 3 Bathrooms

  • Parking Spaces: 1

  • Friday Changeover

  • 1 Dogs Welcome

At A Glance

  • Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms (en-suite to twin room)

  • 2 dogs welcome

  • Wi-Fi

  • Off-road parking for 1 car

  • Child & Dog Secure Terrace with BBQ + patio furniture

  • Well equipped kitchen with double electric oven, induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer

  • TV + SKY TV

  • Utility room with washing machine

Property Details

The property is entered through a slate floored porch with coat hooks and under bench boot storage.  This continues into the lovely slate floor hall which then leads to the lounge.  This welcoming room has exposed ceiling beams and is comfortably furnished with a large L-shaped sofa that will seat up to seven guests.  The lounge has a main TV with Sky and a DVD, music centre and record player.  There is an electric fire in this room.

Stairs from the hall lead to the first floor with the larger master bedroom having a kingsize bed, the second bedroom is set as a twin room.  The family bathroom has an over-bath shower, WC and a basin.

The slate-floored kitchen/diner is well-equipped with a range of modern units, double electric oven, induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and freezer.

Next door is the beamed ground floor sitting room seating 5 people in comfort and has a TV and a call-barred telephone.  This room also has a writing desk.

Wifi is available at the property.

The second set of stairs lead to the en-suite twin room, with shower, WC and basin. There are sea views from this room.

The utility room to the rear of the cottage houses a washing machine and has a space to store beach and sunbathing equipment. There is a further bathroom with a WC, shower and basin here.

The large terrace at the front of Westover is child and dog secure.  This area is sunny throughout the day and there is a table and chairs which seats 6.  There is also a barbecue.

Westover is heated by a combination of an electric fire and electric radiators to give cosy comfort at all times of the year.

There is off-road parking for one vehicle at the front of the cottage.

What we like about this property...

Westover cottage is just a short walk down to the harbour, which is the quintessential Cornish fishing harbour, with an ever changing scene. There are some great places to eat, from the pasties at the St. Mawes Bakery to the great sea food at The Watch House or try taking the ferry to Falmouth and stop off at The Verdant Seafood Bar or The Wheel House on Upton Slip.

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The Area

What we love about the area...

St Mawes is a small fishing port located at the end of the Roseland Peninsula. St Mawes and other villages on the Roseland, such as Portloe, Portscatho and Portholland, are some of the most exclusive waterside villages in Cornwall, with plenty of activities and accommodation from self-catering cottages to hotels and bed and breakfasts. Being positioned within the Gulf Stream, the climate in St Mawes and on the Roseland Peninsula is mild all year round and during the summer, temperatures reach that of the Mediterranean. As a result, there are beautiful local gardens throughout the Roseland with exquisite fauna and flora.

St Mawes and the Roseland Peninsula and the surrounding area is a Mecca for the boating and yachting fraternity and St Mawes boasts two boatyards with numerous moorings and anchorages for visiting yachtsman in and around the Roseland Peninsula. The local sailing club in St Mawes, Portscatho and Portloe are extremely active arranging racing events and evening functions for locals and visitors alike. Being on the seafront, these villages are also a haven for the gastro-enthusiast, with restaurants and pubs serving superb fish and shellfish dishes all year round as well as more traditional dishes.