Step inside a lovely quaint cottage, with its charming tiny kitchen, and learn how a Clovelly fisherman and his wife lived in the 1930s.
Immerse yourself in the past as you see simple cottage furniture, china and ornaments, religious engravings and colourful pictures on the walls. Climb the stairs and walk around the two bedrooms complete with straw mattresses.
The cottage is also packed with fascinating information about Clovelly’s fishing heritage. You can also see a typical village well in front of the cottage.
The cottage is definitely worth visiting if you are in Clovelly Village.
Opening Times: Open all year except for Christmas.
Summer opening hours: 9am to 6pm.
Child: £4.40 (ages 7 to16)
Family: £18.40 (2 adults, 2 children
Children under 7 years of age, free
Season ticket per calendar year: £20 per person
Open all year except for Christmas.
Summer opening hours: 9am to 6pm
The entrance to the village covers:
• Parking at the Visitor Centre
• A 20 minute audio-visual film which tells the fascinating history of Clovelly
• Two museums: Kingsley Museum and Fisherman’s Cottage
• Clovelly Court Gardens