Formerly the head gardener's cottage on the Mount Edgcumbe Estate and deer park, beautiful Bay Cottage sits on the Rame Peninsula in the pretty hamlet of Empacombe which has its own private harbour. Brimming with period charm, this beautifully presented Cornish cottage features crafted window seats, feature fireplaces and a stylish interior throughout.
Living space includes a sitting room with contemporary armchair and sofa seating, feature fireplace with open fire, flatscreen TV, DVD player and a selection of films, books and family games. WiFi internet access is also available.
The bright white kitchen leads into the dining room area and contains all essential appliances including a microwave, freezer and all kitchen accessories/ utensils. Guests also have access to a separate laundry room with washing facilities.
The dining area with delightful window seat and plaster moldings seats six and has a stereo system.
Accommodating six guests with ease, Bay Cottage has two double bedrooms and one twin bedroom upstairs. A spacious bathroom includes a bath and separate shower unit. An additional wc is located on the mid landing.
Ample parking for cars and canoes is adjacent. During the summer months relax under the covered pergola with garden furniture provided.
Family friendly with private garden, barbecue and secure parking.
Please contact us direct for details of last minute availability, offers or early booking discounts.
We have lots of great reviews from guests. Here's an example:
"Perfect home from home in a stunning and peaceful setting. The cottage was spotless on arrival and very well equipped. We have loved waking to the sounds of the birds and exploring the beautiful Rame Peninsula".
Sarah & Chris - Staffordshire
The location - the Rame Peninsula in South East Cornwall - is a hidden gem, offering a wealth of opportunities for birdwatching, canoeing, boat trips, coastal walks or simply admiring the spectacular sunsets. Plymouth is easily reached via regular car and foot ferry services nearby.
Nearby beauty spots include Whitsand Bay and the picture postcard villages of Kingsand and Cawsand.