Nestling amidst a Cornish countryside backdrop, this detached, 16th Century Tudor homestay provides excellent accommodation within a 15 minute drive of St Ives Bay.
Sitting close to the village of Gwithian with its fine stretch of golden sand on the North Cornish coast this is a perfect romantic rendezvous for two.
The generous open plan interior offers an effortless elegance, with an inglenook fireplace, inviting wood burner and classic sofa to curl up on after a day of adventure!
The kitchen is modern and minimalist with all the appliances for cookery creations.
The mezzanine bedroom is beautifully styled and guaranteed to envelop and cosset while the charismatic ancient cobbled courtyard is the perfect spot for morning coffee.
Gwithian is backed by sand dunes tufted with wild grass.
A favourite destination for surfers with white rolling waves and some fabulous eateries to enjoy while watching the stunning sunsets.
A little further up the coast towards Hell’s Mouth is the sheltered cove favoured by seals and just 15 minutes away, Porthleven has more fabulous restaurants.
Head for Kota or Rick Stein for incredible local seafood.
Praze and Beeble village is a mile away with pub/restaurant and shop for provisions.
With its pretty estuary, the town of Hayle is within easy driving distance and provides supermarkets and an array of shops.
A little further down the coast is the amazing St Ives Bay, with its picturesque fishing harbour, soft golden sands and outstanding views.
An ideal choice as a bolthole, to explore this wonderful area, for a relaxing sunshine break or cosy cuddle in the cooler months.
Over two floors. Mezzanine bedroom – 1 x king size double bed. Bathroom with roll top bath, walk-in shower, twin wash handbasins and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting areas.
About the location
Portreath 4.5 miles; Hayle 7 miles.
Camborne lies in the heart of a former mining community and was well known for its “Queen of Cornish Mines" - the Dolcoath copper and tin mine, the deepest in Cornwall. Today, Camborne is home to Heartlands, a community space covering 19 acres and scattered with remnants of the mining industry, providing a free space for visitors to explore the heritage of Cornwall, browse art and craft projects, stroll through the gardens and sit and share a picnic or enjoy lunch at the Red River Café. From Camborne centre you can follow an interesting town trail, or spend the afternoon in the museum before visiting the array of shops and pubs. A ten-minute drive from Camborne brings you to a wealth of sandy Cornish beaches including Portreath, Gwithian and Porthtowan. Camborne is ideal for exploring Land’s End, the Lizard Peninsula, Truro and the Eden Project, which are all less than an hour’s drive away, ideal for a day trip.