We often choose new places, unexplored, unknown – unless it’s Cornwall. There’s no place like Cornwall. So here we are, in our favorite region of the UK, well-explored, beloved, cornish village called Mousehole.
We’ve been here before, in 2019. Same little village, the same, stunning home away from home: Fallen Angel. No words can describe how we both LOVE being here, surrounded by the sea, nature, lush landscapes and amazing people. All I can say is I am so grateful for all those beautiful moments. Sometimes, honestly – life feels unreal.
Mousehole is so picturesque and authentic, I love this slow life. Little shops and cafes, narrow streets and charming fishing port, fairytale. A visit to this unique and charming village truly feels like stepping back in time.
You’re also spoiled for choice when it comes to places to eat nearby:
- 2 Fore Street, Mousehole
- The Old Coast Guard, Mousehole
- The Rock Pool Cafe, Mousehole
- Hole Foods Deli, Mousehole
- Artist Residence, Penzance
- Ben Tunnicliffe The Tolcarne, Newlyn
- The Mexico Inn, Long Rock
- Porthminster Beach Cafe, St Ives
- The Gurnards Head, Zennor
This place is literally my dream home so it will forever remain my favorite place to stay in the UK. Welcoming and relaxed, the understated elegance of Fallen Angel’s interiors make way for the splendour of the breath-taking sea views from every window.
An open space, roomy living room, well equipped kitchen and a wonderful wood burner for instant cosiness. Snug bedroom with its main, luxurious features; freestanding bath and a walk in shower with the most amazing view. This warm, cosy room is a lovely spot to while away with your favorite book or maybe even a sneaky snooze. Each element of the house is bespoke, for example the reclaimed door that previously was one of two doors at the entrance of a Moroccan village!
The outdoor space is also well designed, there’s a BBQ & fire pit seated area surrounded by sub-tropical plants that instantly bring Bali holiday feeling.
Fallen Angel is such a unique and incredibly beautiful place owned by the warmest, most welcoming people. The saddest thing that happened to us during our stay was leaving this remarkable house, because I would honestly love to stay there FOREVER!
We were spoiled with the weather so we went for a drive to Lamorna Cove Beach, Pedn Vounder, Porthcurno and Penzance.
Lamorna Cove Beach:
Marazion & St Michael’s Mount: