The Netloft is a converted traditional Mousehole fisherman's Netloft comprising a downstairs bedroom with a double bed and adjacent shower room and an upstairs sitting room and kitchenette set quietly at the end of an opeway (passageway) behind a row of Victorian houses.
The harbour, the beach, the local pub, the local delicatessen (for breakfast and snacks and meals throughout the day) and the village shops and restaurants are all within a two minute walk from the Netloft.
Disponible para huéspedes
The entire Netloft is for the use of our guests and is accessed from the opeway (passageway) leading from the nearby road. The Netloft is not accessible by car but unloading can usually be done from the corner of Mill Lane and Chapel Street within 50 yards from it. The key is left in a key safe outside the front door.
Atención a los huéspedes
We live in the village, nearby the Netloft, and our guests will have our telephone number and email address in case of need for help or support during their stay. We will also make sure thatour gusts have alternative contact details in case we are away.
Otros aspectos destacables
For the next few weeks, building works on adjacent properties and on improvement of the opeway may impact on the appearance of the access passage but works will usually take place during the working day and should not affect enjoyment of the Netloft unduly. The effect has been taken into account in the pricing of this accommodation
Getting to us.
We assume you will arrive by car, travelling to Mousehole via the M5/A30.
As you approach Penzance you will pass Sainsburys on your right. Bear left at the next roundabout (signposted Town Centre) and continue into Penzance passing the railway station on your left.
At the traffic lights, keep to the left as you enter the one way system and stay to the left on the right hand bend at the bottom of the hill. Then continue straight on (signposted Car Park, Scillonian, Newlyn) coming to the promenade with the sea on your left. Carry straight on at the roundabout at the end of the prmenade and you will pass the Queens Hotel on your right. Continue along the road to Newlyn. At Newlyn the road bends sharply to the left. Follow the road round the bend and continue on to Mousehole. The Old Coastguard Hotel is on your left at the entrance to Mousehole and you enter the village, turning left at the bend at the bottom of the hill and then following the bend to the right into the harbour. Continue to the war memorial and the bear left an d follow the road passed the pub (The Ship) and continue up the hill following the road to the right and to the left into Chapel Street. Continue through Chapel Street and take the first turning on the left which leads down to the south quay car park park there and pay the daily fee of £3.00 to Paul when you park. If he is not there and his hur is shut, it is best to see him and pay him the next day.
Pets are welcome but smoking is not permitted. Otherwise, we hope our guests will relax and enjoy themselves. The Netloft is not suitable for guests with mobility difficulties.
I am a retired solicitor and my wife, Judy is a retired post mistress. Judy is from Wales and is a rugby fanatic. Judy has lived in the village for 43 years and I arrived here from London about 16 years ago. We both love our life in Mousehole. She loves cooking, while gardening and singing and driving my old car, Connie, are some of the pleasures I get from retirement