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Sleeps 4
Property type Cottage
Tariff band £359.00 - £1029.00 p/wk
Changeover day Friday
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Min # of nights 3
Size 1 sqm
Arrival time 16:00
Departure time 10:00

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A simply beautiful luxury conversion of one of the outbuildings of an historic manor house located just outside the village of Mullion on Cornwall's spectacular Lizard Peninsula. Beautiful beaches can be found nearby at Poldhu and Kynance Coves and there are miles of breathtaking coastline

Bellot Holiday Cottage is a beautiful conversion of one of the stone outbuildings of an historic manor house located just outside the village of Mullion on Cornwall's spectacular Lizard Peninsula. It is one of just 3 exclusive properties on the estate that are holiday let. Much skill and energy has gone into the conversion of these buildings which are situated to the rear of the main house and have their own dedicated access and car parking area. This stylish conversion provides an attractive, well planned, practical living area with excellent modern kitchen and bathrooms, while at the same time taking care to preserve original features and character of the building. Bellot is just a lovely place to stay.

The cottage is located just a few minutes drive from Mullion where you can find a small selection of shops and places to eat. Poldu Cove is a little further and is a lovely sandy beach with a cafe and lifeguards during the season. It is also an excellent surf beach in the right conditions. About 15 minutes drive to the south is Kynance Cove with its turquoise waters and beautiful surroundings making it one of Cornwall's most photographed spots. The walking around here to Lizard Point and around to Cadgwith Cove is some of the best in the county.

Accommodation
Ground Floor Only: The french window doors lead to the open plan kitchen, dining area and lounge area. There is access to the patio area via additional French windows. The master bedroom with 5' double bed is accessed to one side of the kitchen and there is an en-suite bathroom to this room. The twin room with 2 3' single beds is accessed from the lounge area and has the benefit of an en-suite shower room to one side.
Exterior: The patio area has external table, chairs.

Facilities & Services
Heating is via central heating powered by a biomass boiler. The kitchen has a range of modern equipment. There is an electric oven and hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge / freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The sitting area has a digital TV & DVD player. There is WiFi available at the property. There is an iron & ironing board.

Miscellaneous
Electricity, heating, bed linen & towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. There is parking available. Strictly no smoking is allowed and this is a pet-free cottage so strictly no dogs are allowed.. There is a cot & highchair available.

General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Friday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£200 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.





Mullion is the largest village situated on the Lizard Peninsula and boasts a number of quality pubs, cafes and restaurants among it's various attractions. Four beaches - Mullion Cove, Poldhu Cove and Polhurrian Cove - are conveniently nearby and easy access to the South West Coastal Path offers visitors the chance to explore the beautiful surrounding scenery.

At the heart of the village stands a 13th century church, famous for it’s ornate woodwork decorating the end of the each pew and depicting scenes from the Old and New Testament. Outside in the water, two, thick sea walls, built in the late 19th century, protect the harbour from the worst of the wind. Local fisherman still work in the harbour to land fabulous fresh seafood, some of which is then served in the local pubs and restaurants.

The Lighthouse on the Lizard Peninsula is the most Southerly point in Great Britain, having stood since 1751 warning passing ships of the infamous 'Man O' War rocks'. The Lizard has so much to offer for such a remote location. Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station is the worlds largest satellite earth receiving station with over 60 communications dishes. Poldhu Cove, home of Marconi's first transatlantic radio message in 1901. The National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek moved to its current location in 1975 and is home to grey seals and common seals, as well as Californian and Patagonian sea lions. The sanctuary often rescue other marine life as well when demand requires.

Trebah Gardens at Mawnan Smith is a 25 acre sub tropical privately owned gardens set above the Helford River. Nearby Glendurgan Gardens boasting a recently refurbished 177 year old laurel maze, is now owned by the National Trust. For a fun-filled family day out why not visit The Flambards Experience, offering more rides, amusements and exhibitions than anywhere else in Cornwall. On the Helford River sits Frenchman's Creek where Daphne du Maurier spent her honeymoon dreaming of the Cornish villages that set the scene for her novels.

Helston was originally a thriving port until the river silted up over the years; where the river joins the sea is now Cornwall's largest freshwater lake. Helston is a busy market town with plenty of Victorian and Georgian architecture. The Monument is an impressive building at the end of Coinaghall Street which was built in 1834 in memory of Humphry Millet Grylls, whose actions kept open the local tin mine and saved 1200 jobs. Possibly one of the country's oldest privately owned brewery's can also be found in Coinaghall Street; The Blue Anchor was originally used as a rest house for monks and became a tavern in the 15th century. It now makes a strong local brew called Spingo.

Helston is probably best known for the 'furry' or floral dance which is held every May. Flora Day kicks off with the Hal-an-Tow where St George and St Michael slay the dragon and the devil, cheered on by the locals dressed in Elizabethan costumes. The main dancing starts at midday with participants dressed in ball gowns and top hats and tails.

Amenities

  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Garden
  • Heating
  • Highchair
  • Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • TV

Activities & Attractions

  • Golf courses

General FAQ's

Seasonal weekly tariff overview

# Min stay Start date End date Price
3 nights 01 Nov 2019 19 Dec 2019 £389
3 nights 20 Dec 2019 31 Dec 2019 £729
3 nights 01 Jan 2020 02 Jan 2020 £729
3 nights 03 Jan 2020 13 Feb 2020 £359
3 nights 14 Feb 2020 20 Feb 2020 £469
3 nights 21 Feb 2020 19 Mar 2020 £389
3 nights 20 Mar 2020 02 Apr 2020 £449
3 nights 03 Apr 2020 16 Apr 2020 £599
3 nights 17 Apr 2020 23 Apr 2020 £519
3 nights 24 Apr 2020 30 Apr 2020 £499
3 nights 01 May 2020 21 May 2020 £519
3 nights 22 May 2020 28 May 2020 £799
3 nights 29 May 2020 25 Jun 2020 £599
3 nights 26 Jun 2020 02 Jul 2020 £699
3 nights 03 Jul 2020 23 Jul 2020 £759
3 nights 24 Jul 2020 27 Aug 2020 £1029
3 nights 28 Aug 2020 03 Sep 2020 £699
3 nights 04 Sep 2020 17 Sep 2020 £599
3 nights 18 Sep 2020 24 Sep 2020 £559
3 nights 25 Sep 2020 01 Oct 2020 £499
3 nights 02 Oct 2020 22 Oct 2020 £449
3 nights 23 Oct 2020 29 Oct 2020 £599
3 nights 30 Oct 2020 19 Dec 2020 £359
3 nights 20 Dec 2020 02 Jan 2021 £729

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