Ancarva, Near Kingsands, Plymouth (Sleeps 6)
Plymouth, Rame Peninsula, South Cornwall
Beach / Coastal | Chic and Stylish | Family Friendly | Holiday Home | Large Luxury | Pure Luxury
About Ancarva, Near Kingsands, Plymouth (Sleeps 6)
Ancarva is a stunning detached contemporary holiday home situated on the banks of the River Tamar near Millbrook on the beautiful and much sought after Rame Peninsula. With breathtaking panoramic views, this beautiful property is a sailing enthusiast’s paradise as it sits directly on the water’s edge with its own mooring and pontoon.
- Three king size bedrooms and one twin
- Bedrooms: Lower ground floor bedrooms (two with en-suite shower, basin, WC and TV)
- Lower ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
- Entrance floor WC with basin
- Kitchen with dining area and bi-folding door to balcony
- Sitting area with balcony
- Lower ground floor utility.
- Underfloor heating from air-source heat pump
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 4 cars
- Terrace with furniture
- Front and side lawned garden
- Direct access to river with mooring and pontoon
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 1 mile
- Note: The garden is not enclosed and there is a steep drop from the sea wall and care must be taken at the mooring and pontoon, children to be supervised at all times
- Note: There is a footpath that runs along the foreshore that is used occasionally by locals when the tide permits
- Note: This property has a Saturday changeover day.
With amazing scenery and breath taking panoramic views across the estuary, watch boats meander by. Ancarva is a paradise for sailing enthusiasts or for anyone looking for the absolute best in luxury accommodation set within the most beautiful and relaxing location imaginable.
This is a stunning contemporary property situated on the banks of the River Tamar, with the historic Mount Edgcumbe estate beyond, with glorious views, this property sits near the village of Millbrook on the beautiful and much sought after Rame Peninsula.
Directly on the water’s edge with its own mooring and pontoon, this special property was listed in the Sunday Times as one of the best 50 British cottages for summer, although this property is a truly all year destination for anyone looking to enjoy a truly memorable holiday. The children will enjoy the secluded waters lapping the pebbly beach and the adults will delight in the fabulous surroundings and the tasteful contemporary design. After an enjoyable drive to this hidden corner of south east Cornwall, the moment you enter directly into the stunning living area, with balcony overlooking the water, you will experience a wow factor that just keeps growing.
The spacious sitting area is truly luxurious, with floor-to-ceiling glazing and an ultra-modern kitchen where bi-folding glass doors open onto a stunning terrace, bringing the outside in where you can dine alfresco in the best surroundings with the best views, gazing out at the boats sailing by and the horizon beyond.
Step down into the lower ground floor and admire the stylish family bathroom and four beautifully-furnished bedrooms, two of which benefit from en-suite facilities and TV.
Each bedroom boasts sliding doors through which you can access the terrace and lawned garden outside, providing a perfect haven into which you can retreat and surround yourself with tranquil scenes of the river at sunset.
If you can be tempted away from Ancarva either by boat or car, you will be rewarded with the beautiful beaches and secluded coves all along the coast.
There is a plethora of excellent places to dine, including The View near Whitsand Bay and The Canteen at Maker Heights.
The charming seaside villages of Cawsand and Kingsand are also close by and the magical Rame Peninsula is just waiting to be explored.
Ancarva is such a luxury place to stay in Cornwall any time of year; it really does have it all.