The Fish Cellars is a magnificent eco-friendly cottage in the coastal village of Portwrinkle, Cornwall, boasting magnificent sea views and wonderful artwork, a three-storey child-friendly holiday home with cinema room, double master with spa bath, and four bedrooms with Amazon Echo devices.
Boasting magnificent sea views and wonderful artwork and furnishings, The Fish Cellars in the coastal village of Portwrinkle, Cornwall, makes the perfect eco-friendly home base for exploring this exciting corner of the UK.
This upside-down three-storey coastal cottage is a converted 17th-century fish cellar on the doorstep of the village’s beautiful beaches and retains much of the original stone to keep the charm and heritage alive.
The Fish Cellars boasts family-friendly amenities such as underfloor heating, a cinema room on the lower ground floor with a 51-inch TV with BT Sport, Netflix, and Amazon Prime, PlayStation 3 and Wifi, as well as four bedrooms with USB sockets and Amazon Echo devices with Spotify.
The ground-floor double master of this child-friendly cottage comes with 24-inch Freeview TV, DVD player and en-suite with spa bath, shower cubicle, and heated towel rail, whilst a second bedroom on the ground floor also includes an en-suite with shower cubicle.
The first-floor open plan living space features a vaulted beamed ceiling and wooden floors. After enjoying your welcome pack, settle into the leather sofa in the living room and watch your favourite show on the Freeview TV or peek through the telescope toward the Cornish coastline.
The kitchen area comes with a breakfast bar and a Nespresso coffee machine. Step through the patio doors onto the landscaped grounds shared with other properties on-site.
Portwrinkle is a small village on Cornwall’s southeast coast, with two sand and shingle beaches and the South West Coast Path at your doorstep.
Golfers can enjoy a round at Whitsand Bay Golf Club, offering stunning views of the bay and the West Country, whilst the historic fishing villages of Looe with its long harbour wall and Polperro and its winding streets beckon nearby.