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The Cuttlefish

Perfect For:
Seaviews, Stylish romance, Boutique bolthole
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TR19 6RH
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Expertly designed to mix vintage and original features with contemporary mod cons The Cuttlefish is traditional cool. The heritage rads and dark wooden floors offer a unique contrast to the light, spacious rooms opening up to salty sea views of Mousehole harbour and St Michael’s Mount. Find original antiques next to modern appliances. The kitchen is a fabulously farmhouse affair with range cooker, Le Creuset for those who love to cook, set off by a retro Gorenje fridge – the perfect excuse to try and make Starry Gazey Pie…

Late nights & Lie ins

Plan for at least one day spent in bed because you won’t want to leave; the master bedroom with king-size bed, Parisian lamps, trad armoire and romantic views make breakfasting (reading, lazing and hot-chocolating) in bed a must. Boutique attention to detail isn’t missed in the tranquil twin with matching vintage brass beds, quirky handmade mattresses, for the ultimate in comfort and super soft Egyptian cotton sheets. Lazy mornings are inevitable.

Soak off the salt water

Soak off the salt water in serious style in the roll top bath perfectly positioned to drink in the views whilst bathing. The Victorian bathroom delivers a decadent drenching walk in shower too.

Mod cons

This boutique bolthole has everything you need to stay in touch with the outside world, if you want to of course, in magnificent modernity. Find WiFi, Smart TV and blueray player, Bluetooth MP3 dock as well as high end appliances on tap.


The Cuttlefish boasts a beautiful three-tiered garden, an envious rarity in Mousehole, offering the most beautiful views, relaxing tranquillity and the perfect excuse to pack for al-fresco dining. Make sure to pack a picnic blanket to take to The Minack Theatre and explore the wild west of Cornwall.

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