Perfectly located for touring the stunningly beautiful Lizard Peninsula, this cosy, compact cottage is set in the village of St Keverne, just one mile inland from the coastal path and within the designated Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
On entering the cottage, after passing through the pretty garden, you can't help but notice the old fashioned attention that the owners, who live just next door, bestow upon Sarah May's cottage, which is full of character.
There are two bedrooms, one double and one single as well as an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
Outside, after a good day walking the coastal path or spending time on one of the many stunning beaches in the area, loungers and other garden furniture give you the opportunity to relax in the sun trap of a garden.
Just a very short, level walk from the cottage takes you into the village of St Keverne, once the haunt of smugglers.
Here you will find whitewashed cottages, two pubs, a bistro and a handful of shops clustered around the central square and all overlooked by the magnificent 15th century church.
On summer evenings you might even catch the village band, a choir or even one of the annual festivals when the square really comes alive.
Walkers are spoilt for choice here, apart from the amazing coastal walking, both lakeside and woodland nature trails can be found just a short walk out of the village at Tregellast Barton.
With so many beaches and riverside villages to explore, Sarah May's Cottage offers an ideal base for a perfect Cornish holiday.
About the location
Helston 12 miles.
On the eastern side of The Lizard Peninsula, the pretty village of St Keverne, lying just 1.25 miles inland, is the focal point for this area, with its village pubs and shops surrounding the village square, and an impressive church spire, at one time used to guide the Cornish fishermen home. From St Keverne, you can easily explore the natural and spectacular beauty of the Lizard Peninsula by car, bicycle or on foot. You will find walled fishing harbours, tiny secret coves, sandy bays and dramatic clifftop walks along the South West Coastal path. Just north is the Helford River, a yachtsman's dream and home to Frenchman's Creek, and picturesque Helford village. A short walk takes you to Roskilly’s Farm, where you can tuck in to ice cream to die for. Further afield, visit Falmouth, with one of the world's largest natural harbours, Pendennis Castle built by Henry VIII, and of course you cannot miss out on a trip to The National Maritime Museum.