The Moorings

Location: Newlyn | Sleeps: 4 people

Comfortable quirky cottage

This comfortable quirky cottage has been newly renovated whilst keeping original features such as leaded windows and mosaic floors. 

At one time the studio of Newlyn artist, Walter Langley, this cottage has a fabulous history.

Located just a stones throw from the harbour

The garden wall was part of the original harbour wall and the new harbour is just across the road. The cottage is nestled in a quiet back street. 

Newlyn is a vibrant fishing village with pubs, restaurants, art galleries, fish merchants and a fantastic independent cinema.

Accommodates 4 people

The house is deceptively spacious and boasts 2 bedrooms, a large sitting dining room and conservatory as well as a large shower room and separate kitchen. 

The property has gas central heating throughout and demand hot water.

Well equipped kitchen

The kitchen has integrated dishwasher, a fridge and a two ring gas hob with full size electric oven.

There is a separate utility area with fridge freezer and washing machine.

The bathroom has a huge shower and is warmed by a tall towel radiator.

Cosy sitting room

The sitting room is cosy with central heating as well as a gas fire for cooler evenings. There is a smart TV and free WiFi.

As this is a really old cottage there is some restriction of headroom in part of the bedrooms which can be seen in the photos. The staircase is narrow and steep.

The cottage has a small enclosed back garden and a conservatory for cooler days.  There is space to drop off and pick up outside the cottage.

Newlyn is full of character

The house is in a quiet residential part of Newlyn which is full of character and just a short walk from the main village centre. The village has everything you might need –  fresh fish shops, a grocers, bakery, local butcher, cheese shop, Co-op, an independent cinema, restaurants and takeaways.  It is hard to resist the homemade ice cream shop.

There is an excellent art gallery.

Newlyn has a vibrant feel but retains the character of an active fishing port.