CLIFF HOUSE, a Grade II listed 17th century building that has been sympathetically modernised yet retains many original features. Set up a steep hill on the outskirts of Kingsand, a Cornish fishing village, there are views over Plymouth Sound and Cawsand Bay as well as Mount Edgecumbe Country Park. Situated on the south west coastal path on the unspoilt Rame peninsula, with access to Plymouth (8 miles) via Torpoint ferry. There is private car parking, or guests can travel to Plymouth by train and catch the Cremyll ferry. Light suppers available with freshly cooked whole food, vegetarian meals a speciality, or four local pubs within walking distance. WiFi access.
Directions & MapNearest town or village: Kingsand
FROM M5 TAKE A38 TOWARDS PLYMOUTH. CROSS RIVER TAMAR BY SALTASH BRIDGE AND TAKE A38 TOWARDS LISKEARD. AT SECOND ROUNDABOUT AFTER BRIDGE WHICH IS AT TRERULEFOOT TAKE FIRST EXIT, A374 TOWARDS TORPOINT. THROUGH POLBATHIC THEN TAKE B3247 TOWARDS CRAFTHOLE AND MOUNT EDGECUMBE. STAY ON THIS ROAD UNTIL YOU SEE SIGNPOST FOR KINGSAND, CAWSAND, RAME. DOWN HILL TO RIGHT AND ON BEND TAKE LEFT FORK INTO KINGSAND. TAKE SECOND LEFT UP LOWER ROW. THEN LEFT UP DEVONPORT HILL. HOUSE IS FOURTH ON LEFT. DO NOT DRIVE UP SINGLE TRACK ROAD. BRIGHT YELLOW FRONT DOOR WITH SMALL AMOUNT OF PARKING AT FRONT. FURTHER PARKING ON ROAD MARKED "P" AND IN VILLAGE CAR PARK A FEW HUNDRED YARDS AWAY, OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
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