Gazelle Cottage was originally part of a large town house built by a local sea captain in the 1850s in the heart of traffic-free Downalong, equidistant to Porthmeor beach, the harbour, the Island and Porthgwidden beach.
Sitting room. Large settee and easy chairs, stocked bookcase,TV with BT television and BT Sport, DVD/video and pay phone. Electric fire and storage heater. Original painted beamed ceiling.
Steep stairs (unsuitable for older people or young children) with extremely low over-head rafters to
Lower Ground Floor
Kitchen/dining room. Electric cooker, washing machine, larder fridge only, microwave and sink with drainer. Dining table with 3 chairs and bench, Welsh dresser and storage heater. Stable door (only form of natural light to the room) to porch and steps up to Victoria Road. Sliding door to
Bathroom. Very small room with bath under the stairs (hence very limited head room), wash basin, heated towel rail and storage heater and through to WC.
Stairs (which are open on one side) to
Bedroom 1. Double bed, chest of drawers, built-in louvre door wardrobe and cold water wash basin. Large sash window with Venetian blinds. Storage heater.
Bedroom 2. Bunk beds, chest of drawers and portable electric heater. Sash window with Venetian blinds and curtains.
All the floors and stairs are carpeted apart from on the lower ground floor.
Chairs for sitting out in the gravelled area of Victoria Road, a private road.
Well behaved dogs are accepted.
Young children must be supervised due to the nature of the stairs.
Smoking is allowed.