Sitting in a pretty rural farmstead, this barn conversion offers spacious and light accommodation near the Cornish town of Porthleven, West Cornwall.
A perfect escape for a couple or young family.
With reverse-level accommodation, the pretty bedroom will be found on the ground floor and as you go upstairs you will notice the vaulted ceiling in the superb open plan living area, giving a real feeling of space and with fabulous countryside views.
If you like to take your morning coffee outside, there is a lovely shared courtyard area where you can also enjoy a barbecue or for an evening out, just a mile away, you will find a friendly and relaxed pub/restaurant with something to suit every taste.
Just a short drive will take you into the harbour town of Porthleven, a bustling fishing village with art galleries and cafes galore for those little treats and for the best in local seafood, try Rick Stein’s restaurant.
There is also a sandy beach here however head for the mile long stretch of sands at Praa Sands, home to a surf school and beach shop providing wetsuit and surfboard hire for some water fun.
The coastal hotspot of St Ives is within easy driving distance with its winding lanes and glorious beaches, or head into Penzance, the centre of the Lizard Peninsula.
For a more cosmopolitan vibe, head to the fabulous harbour town of Falmouth for cafés, cocktails and boutique shops.
A lovely barn for a relaxed holiday where you can explore to your hearts delight.
Reverse-level barn conversion. Ground floor 1 x king bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Upstairs open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
Helston 3 miles; Penzance 10 miles; Hayle 11 miles; St. Ives 17 miles; Falmouth 17.5 miles.
Porthleven is one of south west Cornwall’s hidden, coastal gems, located near Helston, famous for its annual Flora Dance Festival. Situated between Lizard Point and Land’s End, Porthleven retains the feel of a traditional Cornish fishing village, enjoying uninterrupted views of the Atlantic Ocean and the beautiful Cornish coastline. The iconic clock tower sits on the harbour entrance and the pubs, shops, cafés and restaurants cluster around the historic picturesque inner harbour, where there is plenty of boating and marine activity. With a warren of streets lined with classic Cornish, granite cottages, an extensive beach manned with lifeguards, the chance for alfresco dining in one of a number of well reviewed restaurants, and crabbing off the harbour, there are plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy, all year round. Porthleven is building a reputation for eating out with a popular food festival established in the spring. Out of season, Porthleven has one of the best surf breaks in the country where you can sit down and get lost for hours watching the energetic surfers riding the waves. There are some fabulous hidden coves along this stretch of coastline, including Praa Sands, Poldhu Cove, and Rinsey, a magical setting for the more energetic. You may have even seen pictures of Porthleven on television, being one of the best spots in the UK for storm watching, with the crashing winter waves often being used as the backdrop to weather forecasts. Walkers will enjoy the South West Coast Path, adventuring west past Rinsey Head with spectacular views, or south across Loe Bar to Penrose Estate with its National Trust cafe, and on to Gunwalloe Church Cove. Take a trip to the Isles of Scilly by boat or plane and marvel at the display of sub-tropical gardens at the stunning Tresco Abbey. The Eden Project near St. Austell offers an interesting day out. Porthleven is the ideal base for discovering the delights of west Cornwall and the Lizard Peninsula.
Note: Babies welcome, regretfully no children over the age of two years.