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Review: An Chapel Koth - Cornish Cottages

Accommodation - Villa/cottage

Commercial Road, St Keverne, Cornwall, TR12 6LY, United Kingdom

Self-catering cottage on the Lizard Peninsula

  • By SilverTraveller littlebob

    23 reviews

    Ribbon

  • May 2017
  • Husband
  • Personal / family celebration

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An Chapel Koth is a self catering cottage in St Keverne, on the Lizard, Cornwall. It has been converted from a Wesleyan chapel. The cottage sleep 4, plus possibly the use of a third bedroom with 2 single beds in, which I believe is charged extra for. It has good quality fixtures and fittings and we found it to be very clean and warm. There is a delightful garden at the back. Parking is either on the road outside the property, or in the village square, just a short walk away. The village has 2 pubs, a few shops and a restaurant. Also, within walking distance is Roskilly’s farm, which makes it’s own ice cream.

We chose this village as a central base for walking around the Lizard. The only downside that we found is that the kitchen is split into 2 rooms with stairs between.
We stayed in this cottage in May and the price was very reasonable, however, it is quite expensive in high season. £285 – £770.

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Other Members' Thoughts - 5 Comment(s)

  • ESW
    almost 3 years ago
    Please can you expand on your comment 'reasonable' for the kitchen... What was missing? I always like to cook even when self catering and am often frustrated by the absence of basic equipment and in particular decent knives...
  • littlebob
    almost 3 years ago
    Does this include heating, gas etc? yes

    How well equipped is the kitchen if you are wanting to cook? Reasonable

    Did you ever have any problem with parking? No
  • Adventurer
    almost 3 years ago
    It sounds very expensive for a cottage for a week £285 – £770.
  • ESW
    almost 3 years ago
    Does this include heating, gas etc?

    How well equipped is the kitchen if you are wanting to cook?

    Did you ever have any problem with parking?
  • discerning-traveller
    almost 3 years ago
    Sounds a good base. I know £770 is a lot but I've heard of much dearer cottages in Cornwall during high season