Trip Advisor Rating:
£225 to £950 per week
Sleeps : 4
A traditional Cornish cottage situated in the stunning coastal resort of POLPERRO – Sleeping up to four guests, with wooden beamed ceilings, picture windows, Cornish stone fireplace, sun trap patio, and pretty front garden.
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Tripadvisor Rating 4.5 / 5.0
Location Of Cottage
The map on the right shows the location of the cottage, Why not take a virtual tour of the local area, just drag the “Yellow Man” on to the map and you can use street view to walk around the town!
Crumplehorn 3 has an optional working fireplace, for guests who like a real log fire.
Fully equipped with full-size flat screen plasma TV, DVD, selection of books, games, DVD’s, cooker, microwave and fridge with freezer compartment.
On-site private parking is provided for your car (A MUST for Polperro, where parking is extremely expensive if you book a property without private parking) This pretty cottage is heated throughout the colder months by night storage heaters, for a cosy stay.
Ideally placed for visiting Eden, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Fowey and the rest of Cornwall and south Devon.
To protect the environment and encourage sustainable tourism, there is a £1.00 coin meter at the cottage, set at a lower than national rate for electricity.
Our beautiful Crumplehorn Cottages are so quaint that they are even featured in Judy Finnigan’s latest novel ‘I do not sleep’ which is set in the resort of Polperro.
For those of you with children, you may request the use of a free Travel cot and highchair.
This is truly a proper cottage, cosy and welcoming. The situation is excellent on the edge of Polperro and the parking space a bonus as the car park is expensive.
perfect location and lovely cottage
Cottage was clean and well equipped for what we needed. Plenty of room and comfy beds. Polperro is a lovely location and the tram to the harbour was just a few meters away
Excellent base for visiting the area
I had been nervous ahead of the trip about whether the cottage was easy to drive to and park – I shouldn’t have had any concerns – the cottage is at the entrance to the village, with really easy parking.