We staying in Littlecot earlier this year, lovely cute cottage with everything you need for a relaxing get away. Amazing shower. The village is quiet, all you can hear are the seagulls, just a short stroll from the beach. Great in all weathers, either enjoy the sunshine or cosy up warm.
We loved it so much we are going back next year ;-) Will recommend.
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We have stayed in both Little Cott and the Cottage and have thoroughly enjoyed our stays on both occasions. They are both exceptionally clean and have a homely feel. I have been on holiday in the village many times over the years and have no doubt that I will return again and wouldn't hesitate in using either property
Had a very peaceful week at ' Littlecot ' Perranuthnoe at the beginning of July. The cottage, albeit small, was ideal for my wife & myself. The accommodation had everything needed for a self catering holiday. It was spotlessly clean and comfortable with lots of Cornwall/Local info. brochures available.. The village is so quiet and laid back, I thought at first that the plague had hit --it was so quiet. The lovely sandy beach is about a 4 minute walk and the coast path the same. The one possible drawback ( although it didn't affect us ) is that there are only 3 buses ( no.39b ) that come into the village daily. A ten minute walk up the lane, however, to the main coastal road enables one to access the bus (no. 2) that runs between Penzance and Falmouth. The local village pub, The Victoria ( 80yds away ) is recommended for their excellent food and service. ( wise to book in advance as is very popular early evening all week.) The cottage is in a position that has no passing traffic ( in fact, I saw only 2 cars in a week pass the front) There are no local shopping facilities as such, so any catering items need to be accessed prior to arrival although we didn't find this a big deal. There are two 'cafe' type outlets on the short walk to the beach. Would recommend the lunch etc. snacks in 'The Cabin' by the beach. Had the best tuna salad bap for years --very filling. All in all, a very relaxing week.