The subject property, constructed circa 1914, comprises a reception area, a caf�/restaurant area, bed and breakfast accommodation and owner's accommodation. The entrance includes a reception area with residents' WCs. The restaurant area features parquet flooring, a large feature window, a fireplace and wooden panelling. There is a secondary restaurant/caf� area adjacent to the main restaurant/caf� area, with staff WC and kitchen located to the rear. The owner's accommodation features a living room and 2 bedrooms, one with an en-suite. The B and B section includes 1 family room with large feature window and 2 double bedrooms all with en-suites.
Mousehole is an historic fishing village popular with tourists, located on the south coast of Cornwall between Penzance and Land's End, beside the fishing village of Newlyn. Mousehole is home to small independent shops, restaurants, art galleries and two beaches. Mousehole has a population of approximately 697 with Penzance and Newlyn together having a population of approximately 21,200. St Michael's Mount is 7 miles from Mousehole and visible from the village. Penzance boasts amenities such as restaurants, local, national and international retailers, including Boots and WH Smith, as well as the train line to London Paddington. There are also several large supermarkets located by Penzance including Sainsbury's, Lidl and Morrisons. Truro the administrative capital of Cornwall is 31.5 miles from Mousehole, the A30 is 2.5 miles away which links onto the M5 at Exeter and Newquay Airport 46 miles away.
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