Linda W

What a fantastic place for a holiday. Our family group includes four in teens and early twenties. Plenty of space for everyone and so much provided – fully stocked kitchen, board games, plants, hair dryers, towels, local information, luggage trolleys. A real home from home. It was a joy to wake up with the view of the sea and boats out of all the windows whatever the weather and to hear the waves on the beach below. The terrace was a bonus too for breakfast al fresco and a few drinks in the evening! A perfect spot with a great view. Polperro is a lovely village with a few good pubs and lots of places to eat. The pubs had live music too. The village store, fish market and bakery were great and not over-priced. Everyone was very friendly. In season a fair few people visit Polperro for the day and queue for boat trips from the harbour, but earlier in the morning and in the evenings the beach was very quiet and peaceful. We even walked on the beach at midnight to see the full moon. We swam in the sea, walked on the coastal path to Talland and to the natural swimming pool near Chapel Rock, watched the fishing boats coming in, sat on the jetty, went crabbing, took a boat trip round the coast, ate at the Blue Peter, the Ship, the Crumplehorn and Michelle’s – all good. But generally just chilled. This is a wonderful place to chill! (We shared our week with a couple of baby seagulls sheltering behind the house – and their mum keeping watch from the chimney) Recommended for: Families with Young Children, Age 55+, Families with Teenagers.