Harbour Lights

With a parking space, Wi-Fi, harbour location, Smart TV and Netflix, this is an ideal getaway base for couples and small families.

Whether exploring or snuggling down and relaxing for a short break, romantic retreat or year round holidays, Harbour Lights is the ideal place.

From surfers to snoozers, sunrise and sunsets, stunning scenery and endless walks, you’re sure to get a dose or some fresh Cornish sea air!Sheltered in Mounts Bay and moments from the water’s edge, Harbour Lights is a 150-year-old, granite-built, former fisherman’s cottage. With maximum comfort, an open plan design, it is small, cosy, modern and well equipped, whilst retaining its original inglenook fireplace. Although it has no garden, it has the luxury of a parking bay 25 yards from the front door in the little harbour car park, with a free permit provided for guests.

Newlyn village is a picturesque short walk along the harbour’s edge, where the local fishing fleet land their fresh catch daily. The village has cafés, bakeries, a fishmongers, butcher, supermarket, Cornish pubs and cinema filmhouse, as well as a cheese shop and charcuterie, pizzeria, pasty shop and fish and chip shop, not to metion an art gallery with a café giving panoramic views of the sea and more...

Sharing Mounts Bay and within close proximity of each other are Mousehole; Penzance, with its long promenade and heated lido swimming pool; Marazion with mystical St Michael’s Mount. The local bus stop to Mousehole and Penzance is 2 minutes from the cottage.

The Cornish Peninsula has an abundance of places to discover - beautiful beaches and coves, surfing at Sennen, gorgeous Porthcurno and its turquoise water, the magical open-air Minack Theatre overlooking the sea, St Ives, Lands End, the Lizard Peninsula, Porthleven and hidden Lamora Cove. Not forgetting an array of National Trust properties with their stunning gardens, and...ssshhh...tranquil Penberth Cove, famed as a location for the TV series, ‘Poldark’. Penzance Beach 1/2 mile. Convenience store 200 yards, pub 250 yards, cafés and restaurants 1/4 mile.

Ground Floor:Open plan living space.

Living area: With Smart TV with Netflix, DVD player, CD player and wooden floor.

Dining area: With wooden floor.

Kitchen area: With halogen hob, electric cooker, microwave and fridge.

Steep, narrow, open stairs to...

First Floor:Bedroom 1: With double bed and Freeview TV.

Bedroom 2: With bunk bed (for one child) and Freeview TV.

Bathroom: With shower over ¾-bath, and toilet. Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. External utility room with washing machine. 1 small dog welcome. Allocated parking for 1 car, 25 yards. No smoking.

Whether exploring or snuggling down and relaxing for a short break, romantic retreat or year round holidays, Harbour Lights is the ideal place.\n\nFrom surfers to snoozers, sunrise and sunsets, stunning scenery and endless walks, you’re sure to get a dose or some fresh Cornish sea air!Sheltered in Mounts Bay and moments from the water’s edge, Harbour Lights is a 150-year-old, granite-built, former fisherman’s cottage. With maximum comfort, an open plan design, it is small, cosy, modern and well equipped, whilst retaining its original inglenook fireplace. Although it has no garden, it has the luxury of a parking bay 25 yards from the front door in the little harbour car park, with a free permit provided for guests.\n\nNewlyn village is a picturesque short walk along the harbour’s edge, where the local fishing fleet land their fresh catch daily. The village has cafés, bakeries, a fishmongers, butcher, supermarket, Cornish pubs and cinema filmhouse, as well as a cheese shop and charcuterie, pizzeria, pasty shop and fish and chip shop, not to metion an art gallery with a café giving panoramic views of the sea and more...\n\nSharing Mounts Bay and within close proximity of each other are Mousehole; Penzance, with its long promenade and heated lido swimming pool; Marazion with mystical St Michael’s Mount. The local bus stop to Mousehole and Penzance is 2 minutes from the cottage.\n\nThe Cornish Peninsula has an abundance of places to discover - beautiful beaches and coves, surfing at Sennen, gorgeous Porthcurno and its turquoise water, the magical open-air Minack Theatre overlooking the sea, St Ives, Lands End, the Lizard Peninsula, Porthleven and hidden Lamora Cove. Not forgetting an array of National Trust properties with their stunning gardens, and...ssshhh...tranquil Penberth Cove, famed as a location for the TV series, ‘Poldark’. Penzance Beach 1/2 mile. Convenience store 200 yards, pub 250 yards, cafés and restaurants 1/4 mile.