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No. 4 the Old School House, Cawsand

Former 17th century pilchard palace, tastefully transformed into a boutique beach house, offering luxurious home comforts, with spectacular sea views.

The house

Formerly part of 17th century ‘pilchard palace’, this Grade II listed property also spent many years as the village school before being converted into 5 fabulous houses some years ago. Although sleeping 10, we recommend no more than 8 adults plus 2 children.

4OSH living room
View of Girt Beach from 4OSH

The location

The twin villages of Cawsand and Kingsand are situated on the Rame Peninsula - known as Cornwall’s forgotten corner. Unspoilt, safe and utterly charming.

Photo gallery

View images of No. 4 the Old School House, along with some scenes from its stunning location, Kingsand & Cawsand in South East Cornwall.

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Breakfast on the balcony overlooking the sea at 4OSH

Let the sea set you free

Get away from it all and treat yourself to a break in one of Cornwall's last remaining unspoilt, historic fishing villages. With picture-postcard views, beautiful beaches, and traditional pubs... you won't be disappointed.

What our guests say

March 2022





Simply stunning! Our stay was just perfect.

Simply stunning! From the moment we arrived we felt completely relaxed in this warm comfortable home with the most amazing sea views. Thoughtful touches by Amanda makes the the best holiday home for her guests. There is so much to do with beaches, walks and pubs to enjoy. We had a lovely evening at the Devonport Inn a great menu and fantastic GF options and another with live music at the Cross Keys Inn Our stay was just perfect.

Sarah
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Airbnb
February 2022





Amanda’s place is absolutely stunning. We are already planning our return trip!

Amanda’s place is absolutely stunning. The pictures really don’t do it justice and it is more spacious than we expected. Cawsand is a lovely place - we really enjoyed coffee at The Bay and dinners out, plus walking the coast path to visit Mount Edgcumbe. The house is really comfortable - lovely bed linen, really well appointed kitchen and obviously stunning views. We particularly liked the fact that we could return wet and muddy to the downstairs entrance via the tunnel, leaving wet gear in the wet room and keeping the house clean and clear. We are already planning our return trip!

Sarah
 - 
Airbnb
March 2022





Every thing and more we could of asked for x

Amazing!! Beautiful Every thing and more we could of asked for x

Autumn
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Airbnb
March 2022





A really amazing house in a stunning situation.

A really amazing house in a stunning situation. Beautifully decorated and very comfortable and well cared for. The village is charming although it is sad that almost every house is a rental. It was terribly stormy while we were there but we managed to explore the coastal path in between the rough patches. I shouldn’t really recommend the house because it will make it even harder to rent and we definitely want to go back!! A real gem!

Sarah
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Airbnb
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Musings from the Rame Peninsula - guides, news, tips and more useful information if you're planning a trip to Cornwall's Forgotten Corner.

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