Sleeps 8
4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
Pet Friendly


Commanding breathtaking views across St Austell Bay and the south Cornish coastline, a brand new, lavishly appointed, architect designed, detached 4 bedroomed, 3 bath/shower roomed coastal residence offering bright and very spacious (2,049sq.ft.) reverse level accommodation of the highest quality with off-road parking for 3-4 vehicles and with skilfully landscaped gardens.

Ground Floor: brick pavioured driveway, steps to the front sun terrace, glazed balustrades leading to the front door, large entrance hall, doors into 4 double bedrooms, principal with en-suite bath/shower room and walk-in wardrobe, guest bedroom with en-suite shower room, family shower room, utility room with plant room off.

First Floor: accessed via turning staircase, landing, glazed ceiling leading to open-plan kitchen/dining/living room, broad full width composite decked glass balustraded balcony with magnificent and far reaching sea and coastal views. Further snug/sitting room with far reaching views, wc, storage cupboard. Bridge leading to elevated rear sun terrace.

Outside: driveway parking for 3 vehicles to the front with covered car port parking for a further vehicle. Large sun terrace with glazed balustrading and fabulous sea and coastal views. Accessed via the ground floor enclosed, very private patio to the rear and enclosed sun terrace with curved seating area and large terrace.

Best things about: incredible sunrises, often seen dolphins and seals from the many view points, walking distance to many facilities like, restaurants, shops, post office, beaches, boat trips.

Need to know:
Arrival from 15:00 – Departure strict before 10:00am
Access road from the village up to the property is very narrow and steep and can get busy in the warmer months so be mindful
Fully refundable security deposit, no smoking inside property, two well behaved dogs


There are four double bedrooms, all of which boast king-size beds and one bed can be split into two singles.
2 bedrooms have luxuriously designed private en-suite bathrooms with toilet, shower, and basin, one of those bedrooms have a large family designer bath and separate shower – 3rd shared bathroom has a designer shower, basin and toilet that is accessible from the hallway.
Children are very welcome all balconies patios are fully safe and enclosed – Oystercatcher is an upside down style house so all bedrooms are on the lower floor and the main spaces and kitchen are on the upper floor making the most of the views.
Wi-Fi internet through out the property, Large smart TV in snug, Family board games, Bluetooth music speaker.
Stylish contemporary home with incredible sea views, Fire pit, BBQ, sun loungers, underfloor heating, utility room.
Two well- behaved dogs are welcome, fully enclosed garden, each pet is charged at £40 each.
Environmentally Friendly
Locally sourced welcome hampers and produce.


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Local Area

We’d love to share with you some of our favourite things to do locally, in the village and beyond… Some things that you won’t find in any tourist brochures!!

A Fishy village

In typical picture postcard style, pubs, cafes, galleries and shops cluster around the harbour walls and line the pretty streets of Mevagissey. Around the maze of narrow streets you’ll find plenty of seafood restaurants that the village is renowned for and there is nothing more sublimely Cornish than tucking into some local scallops, crab or mackerel.

Named after two Irish saints, St Meva and St Issey, the village dates back to at least the early 14th century and during the 1800s Mevagissey prospered on the back of the abundant source of pilchards caught by the fishermen.

Learn all about the history of the village at the Mevagissey Museum on the harbour. Stacked to the gunwales with memorabilia and local artefacts, the museum brings the history of the village to life. There’s also an aquarium where you can find out what the fishermen catch.

Away from the harbour

Mevagissey has no beach (apart from a small one accessed by a very steep stairway) so most visitors head over to Porthmellon, just to the south, for a dip. Further afield, the village of Gorran Haven makes for a nice day out with a sheltered beach tucked inside the safety of a harbour wall.

Behind Mevagissey, the Lost Gardens of Heligan are a must, especially in the spring when the rhododendrons and azaleas are in full bloom. It is possible to walk up to the gardens from the village, and there’s also a regular bus service.

The old port of Pentewan isn’t far away either. From here you can cycle or walk on the Pentewan Trail, an easy going five mile round trip to the unusually named village of London Apprentice and back. The trail runs along the bed of an old narrow gauge railway which once took clay and tin ore to the harbour at Pentewan until it silted up and the railway ceased operation in 1916.

Feast Week

Each year at the end of June, Mevagissey celebrates Feast Week, a week of family fun, music, and floral dances through the streets. There has always been a celebration in Mevagissey, dating back hundreds of years. Originally celebrations were held in December, though this was a busy period for fishermen. In 1752, Mevagissey adopted St Peter as its patron saint and has celebrated on 29th June ever since.

Today the whole village takes part with plenty of singing and dancing, as well as food and drink. Along with boat races, children’s entertainment, competitions and parades, there is also a large fireworks display.

Book with Confidence

What’s included in your booking
Every guest can expect to find a luxury welcome hamper upon arrival, each property also provides fast Wi-Fi, high quality linen and towels, logs (where relevant), dishwasher tablets, tea towels and hand wash. Our minimum standards ensure you have everything you need for a memorable stay, but some properties may provide alternative or slightly varied items, so please request detailed information from our team before your stay, if still required.

Who Manages Cornish Stays properties
Each of our property owners have a local manager and housekeeping team on hand to prepare and clean the property, whilst also being available to resolve any potential issues during your stay.

If you have a problem during your stay who to contact
In any cases where you encounter a problem, please contact the property manager as soon as possible. You'll be able to find their details on your booking documents and on the guest information in the property. There's a 24/7 emergency contact number that goes straight through to the local property manager, so guests can rest easy that there’s always someone on the end of the phone if issues arise.

We personally know our properties and owners so every detail is covered – and we even stay in many of them too – so whether it’s about the house, the local area or a special surprise you’d like help planning, Charlotte can provide personal insights and answer any questions to help you find and plan your Cornish stay.

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