Nare Court

Nare Court

Our new business concerning bookings is now handled by Aspects Holidays, a Cornwall based holiday letting company with an office in Mevagissey

Nare Court is also known as Fisherman's Watch - click the following link to view it with up-to-date availability and prices plus online and other booking options on Aspects' website (Fisherman's Watch)

Nare Court is a well-appointed cliff top apartment over-looking Mevagissey Harbour. The apartment, which is not suitable for children below 10 years of age, sleeps 4 adults. Wi-Fi. Electricity and on site parking for one car are included in the price. Post code: PL26 6UX.

The living accommodation comprises:
One bedroom with twin beds and en-suite facilities and one bedroom with a double bed. Both bedrooms enjoy sea views. There is a spacious family bathroom. The comfortably furnished living area, with TV and DVD, leads onto a balcony with commanding sea view. The fully equipped kitchen has a fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washer-dryer, electric hob, electric double oven and a microwave oven. Bed linen and towels are provided.

Nare Court operates a firm no smoking policy.

Unfortunately we are unable to accept pets.

Nare Court - Access Statement

Nare Court is situated at the top of Polkirt Hill. Polkirt Hill is the steep road leading from the centre of Mevagissey in the direction of Portmellon.

Nare Court was built to take full advantage of the sea views from the cliff tops and although access to the building is level with the car park, once inside the building Flat Number 1 is accessed down three flights of stairs (about 24 steps in all).

Once inside the flat the kitchen, living room, twin bedded bedroom with en-suite facilities and the family bathroom are all on one level. There is a step down from the living room to the balcony via patio windows in the living room. A second bedroom with double bed is accessed by a short flight of stairs. The second bedroom is situated at the opposite end of the flat from the family bathroom.

The location of Nare Court, its internal layout and the layout of the flat itself render it unsuitable for persons with mobility problems. In addition to the features of location and layout previously mentioned, the lack of outside play space makes the property unsuitable for children below the age of 10 years.

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