Do not expect an objective description. I am biased. This has been my second-home for over 30 years. It was initially purchased as an investment, but I have been unable to bring myself to sell it. There is something about Coverack that is timeless and magical. You come here to relax, unwind and escape the noisier, busier parts of the county. We welcome guests who will treat our apartment as a family home and respect the stunning village, coastline and countryside.
Coverack Headland is a converted grand Edwardian Hotel and this compact first floor apartment has stunning, uninterrupted views along the coastline and out to sea with a private 30ft (10m) balcony. A secluded beach (Mears beach) is situated in front of the building and is accessible only via the coastal path, so this is often less crowded than others in the area. Adjacent to the beach is Chynalls Point, once the site of an iron age fort and now a site of special scientific interest owned by the National Trust, which is often covered in wild flowers. The picturesque fishing village of Coverack is just 15 minutes walk (or 2 minutes drive) away with its beach and traditional harbour where you can watch the day's catch being unloaded whilst enjoying Roskilly's homemade ice-cream.
The apartment has two bedrooms; one with a king-size bed (sleeps 2) and one with full-size adult bunk-beds (sleeps 2). The combined living room and open-plan kitchen is best suited to a couple or young family. There is a bathroom with toilet, bath and shower over.