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**During school holidays our changeover day is Saturday. In low season, you can book a minimum of four nights, checking in on any day other than Friday**
Jack Lane Cottage is nestled in the heart of the back streets of Newlyn, just 50 metres from the local pub, and 100 metres from the harbour. Newlyn is located just 20 minute's drive from Land's End, near some of the best coastal walking to be found! Newlyn boasts some fantastic restaurants and take aways, plus bakers, butchers and fishmongers.
**Saturday to Saturday bookings only** The cottage, built in 1840, features an enclosed garden, providing a safe area. You can enjoy the Broadband, Smart TV, and a large collection of DVDs. Hairdryers, linen and towels are provided. Parking is tight, so included in your rate is a parking permit for use in local carpark.
Things to note: The stairs are not suitable for those with mobility problems or unsupervised young children. While there is a handrail and glass on one side, on the other they are open-sided, and care must be taken. Due to space, we recommend that groups of six include two children.
Internal area: 200m2
No bathroom details available.
Home to one of the largest fishing fleets in the United Kingdom, our holiday houses in Newlyn are on the doorstep of over 40 acres of working harbor – one of the most important in the country which contributes millions to the Cornish economy.
After being brutally attacked by Spanish raiders, the town was rebuilt in the 16th century and so little of the old town remains from before then, but there’s a lot to be discovered around the Newlyn holiday houses. A true gem of working Cornish culture, Newlyn has much to intrigue those interested in working heritage, especially the bustling morning fish markets, where delicious hauls are sold to buyers from as far afield as Spain and Portugal.
Newlyn’s self-catering holiday houses also provide a great base for many surrounding Cornish tourist sights and attractions, including the stunning village of Mousehole, St Michael’s Mount at Marazion, Lands’s End and the Lizard peninsula. Also nearby is the stunning secluded bay of Porthcurno, atop which sits the ancient Minnack theatre, carved into the Cliffside and home to incredible matinees and sunset performances all summer – but book ahead early if you want to get seats here!
From one of Cornwall’s top smuggling spots in the 1800s, Newlyn has grown into a bustling port town and tourist base with new holiday houses in Newlyn opening each year and while it’s no longer a smuggler’s haven – the local pubs are brimming with interesting memorabilia and handed down folklore.View more about Newlyn
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