Located at the top of a curving row of 140 year-old three-storey fishermen’s dwellings, Tops’ Cottage has been named after one of its previous residents, a village fisherman nicknamed Tops.
The present owner has lovingly restored the cottage, including building in two flights of modern stairs and two new floors, while retaining the original character. Tops’ Cottage now provides all the modern amenities you would expect including electric heating throughout and fibre-optic broadband.
Step inside from street level and you will find a cosy sitting room enhanced by a wood burner look-alike electric stove set in the old granite beamed fireplace. Snuggle down on the cosy sofa or head upstairs to the beautifully designed, romantic bedroom with its stylish en-suite wash-room with its large walk-in shower.
Downstairs, the well equipped kitchen provides everything needed for home cooking and dining. The kitchen opens onto a sunny patio providing an outdoor space for relaxing or alfresco meals. A small cloakroom is attached to the kitchen.
Based at Tops’ Cottage, there are ample opportunities for an active holiday or one in which you can relax, soak up the refreshing local atmosphere and watch the world go by. A short stroll will bring you down to the village centre and the harbour where you will find restaurants, cafes, pubs, gift shops and the Shipyard Market. The South West Coast Path runs all around the harbour and provides easy access to local beaches and the nearby National Trust Penrose Estate.