3 Redinnick Place is a semi-detached, 200-year-old cottage in Penzance.
Just 100 yards back from the ‘prom’, the cottage is close to the lido, sub-tropical gardens and park.
Over recent years, the property has been has been completely renovated and features traditional exposed stone walls, original stone tiles and wooden floors.
The small sitting room has an open fire and in the surprisingly roomy dining room next door, two sweet fireside rocking chairs sit beside the wood burning stove.
On the first floor are two spacious bedrooms – a double, and one with a single and day bed.
They share a family bathroom.
From the well-equipped galley kitchen, a traditional stable door leads to the sunny, safely enclosed, courtyard garden which has a table and chairs for dining outside.
Here you're conveniently located, so why not leave the car behind and walk into the town where you'll find cinemas, a theatre, plenty of good shops as well as museums and art galleries for those seeking to add a touch of culture to their holiday.
Stroll along the seafront promenade and take in the beautiful views of the bay and St Michaels Mount.
Further afield, the National Trust gardens of Trengwainton, pretty harbour village of Mousehole, popular St Ives, and Land’s End are all within an easy drive.
About the location
St Ives 8 miles.
One of Cornwall’s most popular holiday areas. The spectacular sweep of Mount’s Bay, from the cliffside fishing village of Mousehole through Penzance and around to beautiful Marazion, hides a wealth of sandy beaches, rocky coves, winding village streets and other places to visit and explore. Connected by causeway to the shore at Marazion is the National Trust’s stunningly beautiful St Michael’s Mount with its hilltop castle and Mediterranean gardens. Walk across at low water and take one of the ferry boats back when the tide is up. Penzance with its winding streets, shops, clubs, restaurants and harbour is a must as is the jumping-off point for day trips to the Scilly Isles. The South West Coast Path passing through Penzance winds its way along the clifftops towards Land’s End. On the way, stop off for a coffee and a rest at beautiful Lamorna Cove, explore the open air Minack Theatre and marvel at the cliffs as you approach Gwennap Head. A stunning walk for those seeking solitude, exercise and some of the UK’s best coastal scenery. Penzance is the perfect holiday base. Ideally placed for exploring this land of Celtic myth and legend and with enough to do and see in the immediate area to keep all the family occupied.
Note: The stable door to the courtyard has a low head height of 5'6".