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Uninterrupted 180° sea views from Looe island to Rame Head, a south facing garden that is a sun trap and has plenty of secluded little areas for protection from the wind, a wonderfully manicured garden that stretches from the coast path up to the property and a reverse level home that has been built to maximise the amazing views. The house is bright and airy with large windows and lengthy balconies and is totally private but your lasting memory from this property will be gazing out to sea and watching the ever changing sea in its different guises during the week as whatever the Cornish weather throws at you rolls by. If you fancy a change from city living then this is it.

Seaton is a little resort village nestled between Looe and Plymouth, this stretch of coastline is stunning, has surprisingly good surf, and is often not as busy as other parts of Cornwall. There is plenty to do, explore the bustling fishing port of Looe or a day trip to Looe Island, the quaint pedestrian village of Polperro with it's smuggling museum, a visit to Plymouth to tour the National Marine Aquarium, stroll the Barbican or Hoe or to discover the Naval history of one of the UK's largest maritime ports. Alternatively a trip to Golitha falls on Bodmin moor, the Eden Project or a variety of fine National Trust properties.

Accommodation
Entrance Level: Entrance Hall with stairs leading to ground floor and doors to; Family bathroom with shower over, WC, and hand basin. Kitchen with further door onto balcony, fully fitted units and appliances. Living area with sliding door onto balcony with sea views, comfortable sofas, TV and ornamental fire place, opening through to dining room with door to balcony dining table and chairs. Further door to double aspect bedroom with twin / double beds, storage, sea views and ensuite bathroom with separate shower, WC and hand basin.
Ground Floor: Stairs open into second lounge with sofas, external door to patio and internal doors leading to; Double aspect bedroom with sea views, 5' double bed and storage. Twin bedroom with single bed and full size truckle bed and storage and door onto patio area.
Exterior: Stunning mature garden with incredible views, mature shrubs and pathways, overlooking the cliff. Large wraparound balcony on entrance level. External seating. This garden is not enclosed. Dogs and children will need to be supervised.

Facilities & Services
Heating is via oil central heating. The kitchen has a range of equipment. There is an electric oven and separate hob, a microwave, toaster, kettle, fridge / freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The lounge area has a flat screen Freeview TV & DVD player. There is a tumble dryer in the garage. There is WiFi. There are ‘2 adults’ and one child’s bike, two bodyboards and wetsuits, for guests’ use.

Miscellaneous
Electricity, heating, bed linen & towels are all included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. There is parking available for 3 cars on the drive. Up to 2 well behaved dogs will be permitted at a small additional cost of £30 per dog / per week. Please remember that you cannot leave dogs unattended in the house. No smoking is permitted at the property. There is a cot and high chair available on request. There is an iron and ironing board. There is a hair dryer. This is an accessible property with only 2 small steps to get into the entrance level. If you don’t want to drive, Liskeard railway station is a twenty minute, c.£20 taxi ride away, (just under four hours from London Paddington).

General Booking Information
Arrival / Departure is normally a Saturday.
Short breaks are available during quieter periods.
£250 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.
Low occupancy discounts of 10% are available during quieter periods based on a couple sharing one bedroom.

Seaton is a picturesque village and beach, situated at the mouth of the the river Seaton, 3 miles east of Looe and 10 miles west of Plymouth, the river flows down the valley from Hessenford through a pretty wooded valley. Seaton beach is mainly sand and shingle and extends 1 mile east to the small resort of Downderry. Seaton itself has a number of pubs, cafes and restaurants. Immediately to the north of the village is the Seaton Valley Countryside Park, one of only four country parks in Cornwall. The park occupies fifty four hectares of a once-derelict caravan site and is home to a sensory garden, numerous cycleways and footpaths and the first nature reserve in Cornwall to receive a green flag (the green space equivalent of the blue flag used for beaches). The nature reserve is home to Otters, Kingfishers and Fritillary Butterflies and includes a nature trail that can be followed for nearly two miles, to Hessenford.

Local grocery shops can be found at Downderry stores, 0.8 miles, or Tredinnick Farm Stores outside Hessenford, 2.5 miles, who will deliver via foof4myholiday.com or major supermarkets can be found at Liskeard or Plymouth.

Looe is a very popular fishing village in South East Cornwall, split by the River Looe into East & West Looe. East Looe is a little busier with the harbour, fish quays and main shopping centre. West Looe is joined by a very pretty seven arched bridge and is quieter but still has a few shops and restaurants. From Hannafore Beach in West Looe you can view the banjo pier as well as Looe Island, which is open to day visitors during the summer. The railway line servicing the fish quays still runs and is a great way to enter the village from Liskeard.

Polperro is just south of Looe and is a much smaller fishing port with many of the streets impassable to vehicles. As with many of the smaller ports on the south coast, their heritage is in smuggling and a museum in the village depicts this. Pilchards were the main source of legitimate income for the village, as well as boat building and at high tide fishing boats still work from the harbour. Talland Bay, situated between Looe & Polperro, has been made popular by Richard & Judy Madeley on TV.

4

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 4

Service and Staff: 4

Comfort: 4

Condition: 4

Location: 5

Value For Money: 3

Review Date:2017-11-16

Guest from Solihull stayed for 7 nights.

Lovely property with fantastic views whatever the weather

Fantastic views, having read a previous comment by a honeymooners I agree with their comments, also a novel feature was no obvious clocks which helped with our relaxation, We cannot wait to return. Points to note were no visitors book to leave comments and help other guests (although we left some comments/advice). We found the Smugglers Inn at the bottom of the hill very suitable for our appetites and within walking distance although at night a torch was essential (one available at the property) but used our own LED ones and an idea may be to keep 1 or 2 small rechargeable ones at the property? The drive is ideal but if you drive in it is best to reverse out with care , we had no problems but turning within the drive for a small SUV was about a six point turn, you could also when returning reverse in. All in all a very enjoyable cosy property and as I said previously we cannot wait to return early in 2018.

4.3

Out Of Five

Recommended

Cleanliness: 4

Service and Staff: 4

Comfort: 4

Condition: 4

Location: 5

Value For Money: 5

Review Date:2017-09-18

Guest from Prenton stayed for 7 nights.

Honeymoon

We had a lovely honeymoon at Little Watch House. We were looking for somewhere pet friendly to take our recently rescued dog away with us and Little Watch House fit the bill. The proximity to the beach is brilliant for long runs and a splash around. Our dog loved the garden and exploring the different routes he could take to the lawn area. The house itself is ideal. It has pretty much everything you could need whilst away and anything you don't have can be found within a 20 minute drive. What we loved most was feeling so relaxed at the house and taking in the wonderful view. The beds were incredibly comfortable and large. The only change I would make is to put the larger furniture with the television or perhaps another television in the downstairs lounge. I appreciate that not everyone wants to watch tv on holiday but it is nice to have the option to sit together without having to sit on a 2 seater. All in all - we had a great time....lots of walks - eating out - playing games and we have to say the people in Cornwall are the friendliest we have come across! We can't thank you enough for such a great time.

Little Watch House
Sleeps up to 6

Location: Seaton

Perched on the south facing cliffs to the east of Looe with uninterrupted 180° views from Looe Island to Rame Head. An impeccably manicured mature garden and a home designed to maximise those incredible views. This dog friendly property will have you booking again in a flash.

Low occupancy discounts based on a couple sharing one room.

Sea viewsBeach within walking distancePub within walking distanceDog FriendlyWiFiParking availableCot availableHighchair availableGardenNewly added propertyDiscount for a coupleSaturday change over
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