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Nancemorrin
Mullion

£805 - £1750 per week
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Nancemorrin is tucked away on the edge of the peaceful Meres Valley in Mullion village. This gorgeous single level, family home has recently been lovingly renovated, and sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms and two bathrooms, making it the perfect base for families or friends sharing. Overlooking the stunning Pollurian Cove and Mullion Island, Nancemorrin is perched on top of the hill, facing the sensational Mullion coastline. You can bask in the glorious afternoon sun in the large enclosed garden, or if you would can tear yourself away and venture out, take a relaxing stroll along the leafy valley lane, and feel the white sands of Pollurian Beach between your toes in no time at all.

This bright and comfortable home has ample room for all of the family, welcoming up to two dogs, your four legged family members don't have to miss out on all of the fun at the beach. After a full day out and about, come home and dine together in the open plan kitchen/dining area, snuggle up in front of the open fire or savour the last of the evening sunshine in the garden, with a refreshing glass of something cool and crisp. Being just a stones throw away from the South West Coast path, you are spoilt for choice of incredible beaches to go and explore including, Mullion Cove, Poldhu and even Kynance Cove, if you're feeling really adventurous. Being located on the Lizard Peninsula, you are never too far from either the beach or a charming picture postcard village.

Entrance

from driveway into hallway with doors leading to all rooms:

Sitting room

two sofas, armchair, Smart TV, open fire.

Shower room

shower, basin and WC.

Kitchen/dining area

dining table with six chairs, fridge/freezer, electric oven, induction hob, door leading to:

Utility room

washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, doors leading to cloakroom and outside area:

Cloakroom

WC and basin.

Bedroom 1

zip and link (twin or super king) .

Bathroom

bath with shower attachment, basin and WC.

Bedroom 2

king size bed.

Bedroom 3

zip and link (twin or super king) .

Outside area

enclosed garden with sea views, patio, picnic bench and two seats.

Additional information

WiFi, well behaved dogs welcome, short breaks available.

 
 

We have just come home from a wonderful week in this lovely bungalow. It certainly is a home from home, with everything you need for a great break. The views are wonderful with great walks as soon as you step out of the door. We were greeted with a cream tea on arrival and beautiful flowers in some of the rooms. Dog towels, treats and dog tags were also left for our use, so our 2 four legged friends were not left out. Thank you for sharing with us. We will be back. Teresa

May 2022

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Holidays in Mullion

Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Lizard Peninsula, Mullion is a quaint village much unchanged by time. Its harbour, now owned by the National Trust, was built in the 1890’s for the pilchard fishing industry. Half a mile offshore is the uninhabited Mullion Island, home to large colonies of sea birds, also protected by the National Trust.

Famous for its history of smuggling, Mullion is the largest village on The Lizard, with a working harbour and the 15th century church of St Mellanus. This traditional Cornish village is perfect for a relaxing holiday for families or couples alike. Visitors can experience the village lifestyle; pop to the shops for some local produce, purchase cake from the independent cafes and enjoy a drink at the village pub. Additionally, it's a great base for those looking to explore the beautiful scenery on The Lizard. Walk along the South West Coast Path and be treated to some of the best views in Cornwall. 

Whilst Mullion is a relatively small village, there’s plenty to do during your holiday. As well as the facilities within the village itself, visitors can pop to the local craft centre, visit one of the nearby beaches, enjoy a round of golf or go kayaking from the harbour.

Did you know...

dogs are welcome at Mullion Cove all year round!

Things to do in Mullion

Chocolate Factory and Craft Centre:

Just above Mullion Cove, you’ll find the Chocolate Factory and Craft Centre. An absolute must if you are staying in Mullion. Home to Trenance Chocolate, you can watch the chocolate being made and choose your favourites from the shop. 

The centre also has a selection of lovely shops selling a range of locally made, eco-friednly products and gifts, including skin care products, candles and craft gifts. You can also try your hand at making your own glass artwork at the Mullion Glass Studio and Workshop with Zoe Schoning. 

Before leaving the Craft Centre be sure to visit its resident llamas behind the car park. 

Mullion Golf Course:

With breathtaking views across the ocean, Mullion Golf Course must be one of the most desirable courses to play golf. The 18-hole course boasts fabulous views throughout, and the 11th tee is uniquely situated on the cliff edge. 

Kayaking:

Mullion Cove is the perfect spot for going kayaking. Head out from the cove to explore hidden bays and caves, seeing the coast from a different perspective. If you’re lucky, you may even see seals on your adventure! Book your trip with www.lizardadventure.co.uk 

Beaches

Mullion Cove Beach:

Mullion Cove Beach is a small, sheltered cove next to the historic lifeboat station, with a further sandy stretch, accessible at low tide, just around the corner from the harbour. The beach and harbour are owned and looked after by the National Trust. Parking is available at the harbour, along with toilets and a café. Dogs are welcome all year round but the beach is not lifeguarded. 

Pollurian Beach:

Pollurian beach is a beautiful west-facing, sandy beach which is partly sheltered by the high cliffs that flank the beach. Though difficult to get to, the beach is popular with locals and visitors alike, and surfers when the swell is good. There is no parking at the beach, so it’s best to park at Mullion and walk the coastal path to the reach the beach. Dogs are welcome outside of the summer season, while lifeguards are present at weekends only, during the summer season.

Poldhu Cove:

Popular with the locals for its café with famous hot chocolates, Poldhu Cove is a wonderful beach for families, also owned by the National Trust. Children can enjoy safely playing in the stream that leads to the sea at this sheltered beach. Visitors can make the most of the facilities available, including a café, surf school and toilets. Lifeguards are present during the summer months. 

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Fowey Royal Regatta

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Walks

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What our guests say...

We know how important honest reviews are when it comes to booking your holiday. To help you choose the right property for you, we publish all reviews left by guests who have stayed here in the past, with the few exceptions stated in our Review Guidelines. Please bear in mind that some facilities referred to by past guests in reviews can be removed or changed at any time.

We have just come home from a wonderful week in this lovely bungalow. It certainly is a home from home, with everything you need for a great break. The views are wonderful with great walks as soon as you step out of the door. We were greeted with a cream tea on arrival and beautiful flowers in some of the rooms. Dog towels, treats and dog tags were also left for our use, so our 2 four legged friends were not left out. Thank you for sharing with us. We will be back. Teresa