Inglenook Cottage is a beautiful two bedroom property situated at the top of the peaceful and idyllic area of Crumplehorn in Polperro. Within easy reach are the fishing towns of Looe and Fowey, and it’s just a leisurely stroll through the village to reach the the harbour front.
Internally, the property has been furnished to a very high standard. It features its namesake, a beautiful Inglenook fireplace and open fire. Externally, the property offers a pretty garden with a furnished patio. Inglenook is a perfect place to relax or visit for a romantic break and is an ideal base to explore Cornwall from. The village tearooms are within a two minute walk of Inglenook Cottage, as is the Crumplehorn Inn, a characterful 13th Century Inn offering hearty food.
The picturesque village of Polperro can be reached by a short walk. Polperro is arguably one of the prettiest villages in Cornwall, characterised by a jumble of fishermen’s cottages and colourful boats anchored in the harbour. Here you will also find a handful of shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. Polperro also boasts spectacular coastal walks to explore, perfect for walking off our fabulous cream teas. There is also a small sandy beach in Polperro at low tide.
Be sure to visit our museum and the miniature village or take a boat trip from Polperro Harbour. Polperro also hosts a music festival each year and celebrates bonfire night with spectacular fireworks. There is a local golf course at nearby Looe, National Trust houses, the Duchy Garden Centre and much more within easy reach.
Within a short drive you will reach Looe, a popular resort with gift shops, fish and chip stalls and a popular family-friendly beach. Be sure to also make the short car journey to Fowey, a charming fishing town with a selection of boutiques and art galleries. Fowey hosts many events throughout the year, including the popular Fowey Royal Regatta and the Daphne du Maurier literary festival. If you feel like a day on the water you can hire kayaks and boats or join a cruise along the river.