The Cuttlefish is a Luxury Self Catering Holiday Cottage positioned in the desirable Cornish fishing village of Mousehole
Famously described by Dylan Thomas as ‘the loveliest village in England’, The Cuttlefish is the perfect spot to soak it all in. Inside, this vintage inspired period property has been styled to an exceptional standard. With dark wooden floors throughout, heritage radiators and light spacious rooms, each window offers a stunning coastal aspect.
Contemporary cool meets West Cornwall calm in the serene apartment that is the Old Fish Cellar. Found in the ultra-pretty harbour town of Mousehole, around 3 miles south of Penzance, it’s a beautifully appointed hideaway with a history, and its style and cosiness make it an enviable location for a romantic break.
When you walk into this open-plan ground-floor pad, you’ll be impressed immediately by the attention to detail. Strong and muted shades of black, grey and white, original stone walls and sleek wooden floors set the tone, and make this property an intriguing mix of old and new. It really was a fish cellar once (about 300 years ago), and the place’s industrial past has inspired the textures and materials you’ll see around you… it’s as good to touch as it is to look at.
The lazy, winding streets of Mousehole provide an idyllic setting for losing yourself for a few hours. As well as the picturesque harbour, you’ll find some very inviting pubs, restaurants and cafés within a short walk: check out The Old Coastguard, 2 Fore Street and The Rock Pool Cafe
With art-loving Penzance so close by, and cultural must-sees like the Tate St Ives and Minack Theatre within a 30-minute drive, this beautiful part of Cornwall is a joy to explore… and returning to the Old Fish Cellar each night will make your stay picture perfect.
Across the footpath at the front of the house lies The Cuttlefish’s private gated garden; a lush exotic paradise spread across three levels. The views from the garden are unrivalled and make this property completely unique.
For more info & booking, please visit The Cuttlefish’s website here