Sea Thrift is a south facing, spacious apartment in the east wing of Mevagissey House, formerly the village vicarage, dating from the 1840’s. The property has a sunny, private patio with table and seating enjoying garden and sea views. Wifi and private on-site parking.
- Stairs rise from the conservatory up to the first floor accommodation, with a large, light-filled living room/kitchen and a double bedroom with en-suite shower room. The fitted kitchen has a ceramic hob, electric oven and fridge with ice-box, and a glass dining table is situated by one of the two floor to ceiling windows so guests can enjoy the views of the garden, village and sea beyond. There is a comfortable sofa and armchair, TV and Radio/CD player. The double bedroom, which also has 2 windows, has ample storage, and the new en-suite has an extra large shower cubicle, wc, basin and heated towel rail.
- Lovely location with private sunny conservatory and patio. Guests are able to enjoy the 3 acres of gardens at Mevagissey House, with the harbour and restaurants approx 8 mins walk away (downhill). There is plenty of on-site parking. Free wi-fi. Central heating, electricity and bedlinen is included.
- Sorry - no children, no smoking, no pets. Changeover day - Friday. Access information - garden path to patio and conservatory, and internal stairs to apartment. (stairs are narrower than modern stairs, and have a handrail.)
|Changeover day - Friday||Bed linen/Towels - included||Parking - 1 on-site space|
|Pets - no||Free Wi-Fi - yes||Garden - yes|
|Smoking - no||Short breaks - out of season||Sleeps - 2|
VISITORS COMMENTS : - A fabulous stay in a beautiful cottage; always warm and cosy - so quiet and peaceful. Really relaxing and close to most places of interest - will tell all our friends!
We have again found Mevagissey to be an excellent base for our holiday - so warm, comfortable and quiet in Sea Thrift, and great views. We look forward to returning next year.
Had a wonderful week in every way; lovely apartment, clean comfortable and relaxing - could not have asked for more. Much to explore in the area - not enough time!