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Ancarva

Self Catering

 Holiday Cottage in 

 in 

Millbrook

, Cornwall

From £
1495
 per week
Bedrooms: 
4
Sleeps: 
8
Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
No Dogs
7 nights from
£
1495
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About 

Ancarva

Ancarva is a unique 5* holiday home located on the Rame Peninsular in Cornwall very close to Millbrook, Kingsand and Cawsand. A fabulous holiday home offering a front-line waterfront experience in a sheltered, south-east facing position. It has both a private slipway and pontoon giving direct access onto the Tamar Estuary for three hours either side of high tide. Ancarva is a great alternative to a traditional Cornish cottage with the benefits of contemporary modern living.

Ancarva is not your typical Cornish cottage and offers a unique opportunity to stay in a contemporary holiday let overlooking the water.

Ancarva (the Cornish word for moorings) is a spectacular new build property completed in 2016 to a very high standard situated in a frontline waterfront position facing south east with direct water access onto the Tamar Estuary.

As soon as you arrive at Ancarva you will be amazed by the spectacular views and the peace and quiet of this idyllic location. Kick your shoes off and relax on the terrace overlooking the ever-changing foreshore. You will be mesmerised by the natural beauty of this setting.

Ancarva is a unique holiday let for the discerning traveller who expects 5 star luxury. The house is equipped with everything you will need for a truly memorable holiday.

Ancarva is located right on the waters edge and will not disappoint you. If you are looking for the ideal location to stay for your holidays in Cornwall then look no further.

Ancarva is a new contemporary waterfront holiday home located on the Rame Peninsular in hidden Cornwall. The aim was to build a timeless home that wows and inspires and is a delight to live in. Simple lines and plenty of glass to create open spaces that are uplifting and give a sense of wellbeing where internal spaces link seamlessly with the outside. A true urban retreat in the country.

The new holiday home has large expanses of glazing to take full advantage of the spectacular views and a covered terrace so that you can entertain in all weathers.

Ancarva is situated on the banks of Millbrook Lake which is a tidal tributary of the Tamar estuary. The new house nestles into the hillside and has an enviable view across the lake to the Mount Edgcumbe Estate beyond. The new contemporary holiday home takes full advantage of the breath-taking views across the water and will provide a peaceful bolt hole to retreat to.

Millbrook lake is a haven for wildlife and many different species of birds can be seen feeding at different stages of the tide. Millbrook lake dries out at each tide exposing a rich food source for the native wading birds and gulls. For the avid angler there is no shortage of fishing opportunities.

Ancarva is a water front property and the new pontoon gives easy access to the sailing waters of the Tamar estuary and out into Plymouth sound. There are excellent local facilities for sailing and water sports and there really is something for everyone's ability. There are several sailing schools and instructors in the immediate vicinity who will be happy to tailor a package to suit your requirements.

Ancarva is just 15 miles from Plymouth by road offering excellent facilities for shopping, eating and nightlife. The local beaches are within 2 miles of the house and there are many to choose from depending on what you fancy doing. There are several beaches that have resident lifeguards during the season.

Where is 

Ancarva

?

Ancarva
is a 
Self Catering
 holiday rental located in 
Millbrook
 on the Rame Peninsula in South East Cornwall.
Please note: Google Maps locations are approximate and may not show the exact position of the property. Accurate directions will be provided by the owner / travel company after booking.

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