3 Bedroom (Sleeps 4) Cottage in Boscastle

Anneth Lowen near Boscastle Harbour, North Cornwall
At a glance: Child Friendly, Pet Friendly, Wifi, Parking, Garden.
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Owner: Gary Dougan
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  • Property Type: Cottage
  • Location: Boscastle
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Minimum nights stay: 7
  • Low season price per week: £325
  • High season price per week: £795
  • Average price per week:£400
  • Please contact the owner directly to confirm the price and availability


Relax and unwind at our well-equipped holiday home, now in its 23rd year of providing a comfortable and convenient base for that important break from everyday life.

Fully equipped and centrally heated, Anneth Lowen is ideally suited to year-round holidays. With convenient access to the A39 (Atlantic Highway), Anneth Lowen is an ideal base to explore Cornwall’s many delightful coastal and inland attractions.

The large gravel drive provides easy off-road parking. A large lawned, enclosed garden with open countryside views and a sunny patio with seating is to the rear.

Located above the Valency Valley within an area of outstanding natural beauty, Boscastle Harbour and Crackington Haven are a short drive. Nearby High Cliff, at 223m, is the highest sheer drop cliff in Cornwall.

Within the hamlet is a Chapel, and The Horsehoe Inn pub and restaurant (five minutes walk), which appeared in the TV series Doc Martin. A General Store and Post Office is closeby in the adjoining village of Marshgate.

A Farm Shop/Cafe overlooking the cliffs is a five-minute drive.

Explore the delights of Rocky Valley and the popular tourist attractions at Tintagel, just seven miles drive.

The property has three bedrooms, each equipped with ample storage, quality bedding and encased memory foam mattresses: one standard double (with en-suite shower, basin, WC, demisting mirror, shaver point, and storage shelf); one small double; one single.

A contemporary family shower room offers a large wetroom style low-profile enclosure and high-pressure digital mixer, basin, WC, large illuminated demisting mirror, shaver points, and built-in stereo radio with Bluetooth to connect your music collection. In addition, the wall to wall shelf provides ample room for toiletries.

The bright kitchen offers a modern AEG double oven, ceramic hob, full-size dishwasher, washer/drier, fridge/freezer, TV/radio and four-places dining table. Ample cutlery, crockery, glassware and cooking utensils. Attached is a small utility space leading to the rear garden.

A large comfortable lounge/dining room provides a sofa and two chairs, a TV plus Blu-ray player and a four-places dining table.

Guest Wi-Fi by a business-grade, high-speed full-fibre Internet service.

A comprehensive range of brochures, guides and maps are provided to help plan your stay.

The Elizabethan village of Boscastle Harbour is the only natural harbour for 20 miles along the north Cornwall coast. A century ago, the area was a thriving port until the arrival of the railways. Explore the village, with its cottages clinging to the side of the Valency Valley, craft shops, gift shops, pubs and restaurants. Walk the cliffs or take the delightful path alongside the Valency river. St Juliot Church, restored by the 19th Century novelist Thomas Hardy, is just over a mile up the valley.

To the north of Tresparrett is the rugged north Cornish coast famed for stretches of National Trust cliff scenery of outstanding natural beauty, quaint former fishing villages and sandy family surfing beaches, such as Crackington Haven, Trebarwith, Bossiney, Widemouth Bay and Bude. Southwest of the property is the open spaces of Bodmin Moor, which are ideal for riding and walking. Running south are the hidden attractions of the Tamar Valley steeped in 17th / 18th-century mining history.

Many excellent coastal and inland walks, such as the Southwest coast path, are nearby. Numerous other attractions and activities catering for all tastes include sailing, boat trips, fishing, golfing, cycling, museums, industrial heritage, stately homes, preserved railways, plus many family attractions such as Flambards village theme park and the Eden Project for that memorable day trip.

The nearby towns of Camelford, Bude, Launceston and Wadebridge provide extensive shopping, social, and leisure facilities. In addition, significant locations such as Truro, Plymouth and St Austell are within a 40-mile radius.


04/06/22 - 11/06/22 7 nights £365
11/06/22 - 18/06/22 7 Nights £385
18/06/22 - 25/06/22 7 Nights £325
25/06/22 - 02/07/22 7 Nights £455
02/07/22 - 09/07/22 7 Nights £542
09/07/22 - 16/07/22 7 Nights £551
16/07/22 - 23/07/22 7 Nights £585
23/07/22 - 30/07/22 7 Nights £585
30/07/22 - 06/08/22 7 Nights £795
06/08/22 - 13/08/22 7 Nights £795
13/08/22 - 20/08/22 7 Nights £795
20/08/22 - 26/08/22 7 Nights £745
27/08/22 - 03/09/22 7 Nights £715
03/09/22 - 10/09/22 7 Nights £587
17/09/22 - 24/09/22 7 Nights £475
24/09/22 - 01/10/22 7 Nights £425
01/10/22 - 08/10/22 7 Nights £385



Children Welcome
Pets Welcome


Pantry Items
Dining Seats
Dining Room
Linens Provided
Washing Machine
Tumble Dryer
Living Room
Ironing Board


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