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Seasalt cottage

Seasalt Cottage commands stunning views over the ancient fishing port of Newlyn, Penzance with St. Michael’s Mount twinkling in the distance. The house has been designed to ensure that the glorious view is the most important aspect of the property and can be seen from the master bedroom, bathroom and the living room.  All of these rooms are flooded with natural daylight, giving this cutest of cornwall cottages an airy, contemporary feel.

Seasalt Cottage has been furnished to a very comfortable standard and is ideally suited to a family of up to 5 (with a cot)  or for couples who require the extra space and a little solitude!  The style is cool and crisp with tasteful attention to detail - plantation shutters, original wooden floors and a mish mash of kitchenware.  The pretty coastal country kitchen with its open-beamed ceiling, tiled floor and whitewashed-walls is a perfect place to feast on some of the local produce.  By night enjoy the candle lit seclusion or soak up the mid morning sun of the Mediterranean-style courtyard.

For pure relaxation you’ll find the bath tub with Victorian shower mixer a perfect place to watch the boats come and go from the harbour. Original artwork throughout the house is from our personal collection and includes artists; Sir Terry Frost, Antony Frost, Mary Stork, John Miller and Bo Hilton.  
Throughout the year one is guaranteed an ever changing canvas which can range from an icy force nine gale blasting in from the Atlantic during the depths of winter or just quietly watching the bustling port of Newlyn on a balmy summer evening as it goes about its nocturnal business. An additional benefit to this property is the traffic free environment