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This one is for the wild at heart, where epic sea views, unabashed luxury and open-plan living combine to create the perfect playground for your escape away from it all - bliss!

At a Glance

From £1,168 for a long weekend or mid week break.
Al Fresco eating Autumnal escapes Big and Beautiful Celebratory stays Family friendly Footpath to the beach Picturesque village setting Sandy beach nearby Short drive to beaches Dog friendly Coastal Sea views Walking distance to a pub Walking distance to the beach Wood Burner Parking Design-led retreat
Tucked away on the most southerly stretch of Britain's coastline, this cliffside beauty boasts incredible views over the sea towards pretty Cadgwith Cove whilst step inside and you'll find a luxurious, chic abode with an incredibly warm welcome. Downstairs, laid-back open plan living makes for a great social space for gatherings, whilst four bedrooms, set over two floors, offers perfect privacy with three bedrooms having en suites. Outside, there's plenty of garden space for relaxing or playing, with the ever-present scenery always ready to take your breath away. Perfect for families or friends, this lovely retreat is dog friendly too so everyone can enjoy this immaculate seaside sojourn. Ideally located for exploring the Lizard, you're also set to make the most of the far west of Cornwall, from St Michael's Mount to St Ives, whilst the Roseland Peninsula is a must too.
Living and eating

Atlinto benefits from a heavenly open plan living, dining and kitchen space. To the front of the house, with stunning views over Cadgwith Cove, lies the 'Summer Room' with huge navy-blue corner sofa, two occasional chairs and a wonderful bay window seat, the perfect spot for whiling away an hour or two, gazing out over the ever-changing vista. There's also a cosy wood burner plus Smart TV with Sky Q.

Leading towards the back lies the 'Winter Room', a snug affair for more intimate gatherings with large leather sofa, original fireplace (for display only), occasional chair and another Smart TV with Sky Q. Glass doors between the two rooms can be shut for extra cosiness.

Beyond this room, spanning the back of the house, lies the kitchen and dining room which benefits from underfloor heating to keep toes toasty warm. The kitchen with central island is fully equipped with everything you might need to rustle up feasts, from the five-ring Rangemaster double oven to the large American-style fridge. In addition, there's a dishwasher, microwave, Magimix and the all-important Nespresso coffee machine.

The dining area, adjacent to the kitchen, is a wonderful space with glass doors that open out into the garden, perfect for warmer days when you want to bring the outside in. The impressive, Spanish antique wooden dining table comfortable seats eight, whilst skylights above adds additional light and creates an airy space.

There is also a good-sized utility room where the washing machine and tumble drier is kept.

Sleeping and bathing

There are four gorgeous bedrooms to choose from.

Starting at the very top, on the second floor, the master bedroom is totally swoon-inducing, with a majestic 'Bedknobs and Broomsticks' super king-sized bed, impressive, vaulted ceiling, dual-aspect windows with wonderful sea views, and a glorious freestanding slipper bath and en suite loo.

On the first floor, you'll discover three further beautiful bedrooms. The first has a pretty, French-inspired king size bed with rattan headboard, original feature fireplace, occasional chair, chest of drawers and stunning sea views from double windows and has an en suite shower room. This room faces east so witnesses the most incredible sunrises.

The second bedroom is a bijou double brass bed with sky light, large chest of drawers and garden views. There's also an en suite shower room with separate loo.

The third bedroom is a super sweet twin, perfect for little ones or friends, with pretty garden views and original feature fireplace.

All of the bedrooms have Emma mattresses and hypoallergic New Zealand wool duvets and pillows to ensure a blissful nights' sleep.

You'll also find a separate loo on the first floor, whilst on the ground floor there's a shower room - perfect for washing sandy toes or muddy dogs!

Outside space

Just wow! With as much space outside as inside, the garden is a real asset to this incredible home. To the side of the house lies a large table and chairs for eight plus a Weber barbeque with views of the cove, the perfect spot for dining. To the back of the house, take the stairs leading up from the dining room glass doors and you'll find a tucked away seating area, perfect for moments of quiet, whilst in front of the house lies a tiered cliffside garden, accessible by crossing the hidden-away public footpath that runs in front of the house - do take care moving around the cliffside garden. Here you'll find a stone table and seating, the perfect spot for drinks as twilight descends.

Parking

Set at the end of a dead-end lane, there's off road, private parking for two medium-sized cars.

Babies and children

Babies and children are very welcome at Atlinto. A highchair is provided and kept in the utility room.

Dogs

Atlinto welcomes one well-behaved dog. We charge £35 per dog per week or short break. Please note that the garden is not enclosed so your dog should always be supervised.

WiFi

Atlinto has WiFi so if you need to stay in touch with the outside world you can.

In the Area

Set in the pretty village of Cadgwith Cove on The Lizard, Atlinto is perfectly positioned to explore the most southerly region of the UK. From the house, you can take the path down to the village, meaning it's just a short stroll for a revitalising dip in the turquoise waters of the Cove or an atmospheric meal in The Cadgwith Cove Inn. From here, you can also join the South West Coastal Path towards Lizard Point and Kynance Cove in one direction and Coverack in the other, both dramatic and beautiful stretches of coastline where you might catch a glimpse of dolphins, seals and sea birds along the way. Pop in the car and take the pretty country roads to discover exquisite sandy beaches, from Coverack with its safe, shallow cove to the wild and dramatic Kynance Cove - also a fabulous spot for sunset watching. Other hot spots include Mullion Cove, Lizard Point, the pretty village of Helford and the impressive Trelowarren Estate, not to mention Roskilly's, where both the ice cream and farm animals will be a hit with children. Further afield, you can head west towards St Michael's Mount, Penzance and out towards Land's End, whilst make for the North coast and St Ives is a must for its beaches and shops. The Helford River is dotted with sub-tropical gardens such as Trebah and Glendurgan, whilst the seaside town of Falmouth and along the Roseland Peninsula is well worth a visit too.

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Short breaks:

  • Mid Week Breaks (Mon to Fri) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Long Weekends (Fri to Mon) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Short breaks are not available at Christmas and New Year.

Payments:

  • A 13 deposit & £38 booking fee secures your dates.
  • Payment of balance is due 8 weeks before your holiday starts.
  • There is a charge of £35 per pet per week or short break
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