Friday, 27 July 2012

August savings on luxury self-catering cottages in St Mawes

www.cornwallscottages.co.uk is offering up to £350 off some of its most luxurious self-catering properties in St Mawes this August.

Each property is superbly positioned overlooking the harbour and serves as a great base to explore its shops, pubs and hotels.  The harbour itself is a great place to relax – take in a coffee, read the newspaper, watch the boats come and go – or take a stroll to St Mawes Castle, a ferry to nearby Place or Falmouth, have an ice cream on the beach or a cream tea at the Hotel Tresanton.

Shellseekers
 

A stunning two-bedroom holiday home, Shellseekers (sleeps four) is laid out in reverse style with amazing views over the harbour and bay from both the first floor living area, with its bi-fold doors onto a decked balcony, and ground floor master bedroom.  The property features an open plan living room/kitchen with breakfast bar, Hypnos mattresses in both bedrooms and a flat screen TV in the bathroom. An off road car parking space is available.  A week’s stay from 24 August 2012 costs £1149 (a saving of £350).

Top Sails

Top Sails (sleeps four) is a perfect getaway for a couple or a family with children over 16. Outstanding views across the bay can be enjoyed from the living room, with its glass Juliet balcony, and master bedroom.  The kitchen is well equipped and a blue roll top bath takes pride of place in the bathroom.  The delightful roof terrace has a range of plants and a small seating area to enjoy alfresco dining.  A week’s stay from 10 August 2012 costs £999 (a saving of £200).  

The Watch House

Positioned right on the sea front, The Watch House (sleeps six) is a three-bedroom apartment boasting views of the harbour and bay from every room. Designed and refurbished in contemporary style, the kitchen is bright and modern and the lounge features a large comfortable sofa and a huge adult beanbag from which to enjoy the uninterrupted views.   A week’s stay from 18 August 2012 costs £1049 (a saving of £150).

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