A traditional stone built terraced cottage is set just a mile from Sennen Cove, which offers spectacular scenery, with its mile stretch of fine white sand and sapphire sea.
An uphill walk from the seashore leads to historic Sennen Churchtown (on the renowned Land's End to St Ives coastal road) and within its fold is Tregean Cottage.
Dating back to the 1800's and with open countryside in its view and the ocean on the horizon; the cottage possesses immense charm and character.
Guests will find it convenient for exploring the scenic coastline, hidden coves and beaches and rugged moorland with its Iron Age and mining ruins.
This English Heritage listed cottage has all that you would need to enjoy a very comfortable holiday.
On the ground floor is the spacious sitting room with wood burner and inclusion of electric heating makes this cottage an all year round destination, the kitchen/diner is great for family meals and leads out to a rear enclosed courtyard garden.
On the first floor are all three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Return from fun days out to relax in the private courtyard or spacious and light filled sitting room.
Pendeen Lighthouse and the museum at Geevor Mine are within a 20 minute drive and the must-see Minack Theatre, carved from the granite cliff face is a magical sight reached within a ten minutes
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath and shower over, basin and WC. Sitting room with wood burning stove and open plan kitchen dining room.
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.