A fantastic property in a great location in Downderry, the "forgotten corner" as it is often known but one of my favourite parts of Cornwall. The property itself was built in late 2006 and is situated on a south facing hillside overlooking Downderry village and the sea with views across to Looe Island and beyond, as far as the Lizard on a fine day. The property was designed to make the most of its location and so the maximum allowable use of glass has been used, so that nearly every room has a sea view. The living and dining area have 2 sets of double doors that lead onto the full length terrace making the best of the fantastic sea views. Two of the bedrooms upstairs have Juliet balconies and again they face directly across to Looe and beyond. There is also an elevated timber decking with oak table and chairs for those al fresco summer evenings.
There are a number of great eateries locally, the Inn on the Shore and the recently opened Blueplate by Nick Barclay are both in Downderry village, further afield Looe has got a huge range to suit every taste and pocket. In the other direction, the Finnygook Inn in Crafthole does great food and serves food all day until 9pm. It is also worth a trip to the very quaint smuggling villages of Kingsand and Cawsand where again there is a good choice of Inns.
Do visit our website which has a lot more information on what to do and see in this lovely unspoilt part of Cornwall.