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An Gwel

Sennen, Cornwall (Ref. 1013630)



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  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor accommodation
  • Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/Baby-friendly Cot available
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  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

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  • “This cottage was perfect for 2 people.”

    Due to the current COVID crisis it was a bit noisy and echoed a lot, we could hear our neighbours opening and closing doors, so they could surely hear us too - but this is purely down to the lack of soft furnishing, such as rugs, cushions etc which would have made a big difference I feel sure. ...

    Due to the current COVID crisis it was a bit noisy and echoed a lot, we could hear our neighbours opening and closing doors, so they could surely hear us too - but this is purely down to the lack of soft furnishing, such as rugs, cushions etc which would have made a big difference I feel sure. Spotlessly clean, warm (with heatng for autumnal mornings) as well as amazing daylight as the sun came round to the french doors, nearby pub with great food at St Buryan, if you do not want to use the cooker & microwave. Pre Book at the St Buryan Inn Pictures of the interior were very accurate and there was plenty of space and storage. DVD player in the TV, which was handy at times, as atmospherics (sea mist at a guess) made the signal a bit wobbly on occasion. Very Welcome Cream Tea on arrival plus some milk and tea/coffee provision The down side? Washing Machine, but only a rack for drying, which tended to blow away when placed on the patio - though it was late season, so perhaps breezier than normal, or you have to put on the heating and place it in front of the radiator. Therefrore a washer/drier combo woud be welcome for any keen beach goers - which we were - faced with damp cossies and towels every day.

    - Ms Davis, September 2021

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Located on the outskirts of the quiet village of St Buryan, these delightful single-storey barn conversions have been made into wonderfully presented holiday homes, in this picturesque rural setting, with spectacular views across the rolling countryside towards the sea. All benefiting from contemporary open-plan living spaces, where you will look forward to relaxing on a calm summers eve, with well-equipped kitchens to make all of your favourite dishes. You can rest in light and airy bedrooms, served by sparkling bathrooms. Perfectly suited for families holidaying together, you can enjoy your own space while delighting in the shared garden that comes complete with a barbecue, the best way to spend an afternoon in the summer. Just under four miles away, enjoy stunning coastal walks along the white sandy beach at Sennen Cove, before heading over to the Land's End Landmark Attraction to get a classic holiday picture with the sign. Carry on along the coast and visit Porthcurno beach, home to the Cable and Wireless Museum, as well as the famous Minack open-air theatre cut into the rock-face. Head the other way to Penzance and stroll along the promenade, take a dip in the lido, or sit outside at a cafe and watch the world go by. The location of the Trevore Farm Cottages is fantastic for enjoying the highlights of the Cornish coast, while resting peacefully in the countryside with your loved ones.

About the property

An Gwel is a single-storey barn conversion found on the outskirts of the village of St Buryan, within easy reach of the coast at Sennen.

This lovely bolthole is designed for couples in real-life Poldark country with glorious views to the sea.

It is the perfect base for exploring Cornwall’s far west coast and is ideal for ramblers, romantics, beachcombers, surfers and city escapees seeking some rest and relaxation.

An intimate space arranged on one level, An Gwel is modest but perfectly formed.

Step into an open-plan living room where you can curl up with your loved one and spend some quality time together.

The kitchen is complete with all the essential appliances you could need, so you can make something delicious for you and your loved one to eat together at the traditional dining table with a well-deserved glass of wine.

Get some rest for the days ahead in the well-presented double bedroom which is served by a pristine family bathroom.

Doors lead from the open-plan living space out to a private patio area with far-reaching views and outdoor furniture for alfresco dining.

A charming base for couples who are seeking an idyllic escape to the west coast of Cornwall.

Note: This property can be booked alongside Refs. 1013629 and 1013631, together they sleep 10 people.


  • All-ground-floor
  • One bedroom: 1 x double
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
  • Gas central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice box, dishwasher, washing machine, additional shared freezer, TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request
  • Off-road parking for two cars
  • Shared garden with barbecue and furniture
  • Secure storage for bikes and surfboards
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop and pub within 2 miles

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About the location


Land’s End 1 mile; St Just 5 miles; Penzance 9 miles.

The most westerly village in mainland Britain, Sennen has a lovely mile-long beach of pure white sand and is a very popular holiday destination. With excellent surfing conditions, the village has its own surf school – overlooked by a super-cool beach bar/restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows which make the most of the wonderful views. Once a hub of smuggling activity, Sennen still retains many secret passages – one of which is said to lead to the covered well in the Old Success Inn. Largely unchanged over time, this lovely village has a timeless appeal and is home to a gallery, a medieval church, an Iron Age fort and a small selection of shops where you can buy beachware, gifts and souvenirs, and a range of groceries. There is also a weekly Farmers’ Market in the village Community Centre each Tuesday morning. During the summer, the beach bar becomes a hub of activity and entertainment, with live music, weekly barbecues and popular surfing competitions.

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