This 19th century cottage, once inhabited by miners, is situated in a terrace on the edge of the popular old town of St Just-in-Penwith.
It has been beautifully restored to provide a cosy and welcoming base for enjoying the little town and exploring the area.
Step up from the front door into the small hall and from there into the charming sitting room with its atmospheric beams, squashy seats and electric fire.
It also has a dining table where you can enjoy meals prepared in the well equipped kitchen.
Head upstairs at the end of the day to two comfortable bedrooms, with glimpses of the sea from the single room.
Outside you have a neat enclosed patio which can be accessed from the kitchen, making it an ideal space to eat alfresco.
If you don't feel like cooking yourself, wander to the friendly pubs and cafes on the doorstep.
The town is interesting, with a range of good galleries and little shops, and all around is spectacular scenery to walk and admire.
Cape Cornwall, Cot Valley and Porth Nanven cove with its strange ‘dinosaur eggs’ are stunning places to visit, or walk the South West Coast Path to observe prehistoric remains and dramatic mine ruins.
For surfers, Sennen Cove is famous for its waves.
Land’s End, Pendeen Lighthouse, Geevor Mine, St Ives and the Minack Theatre should all be on your itinerary too, meaning Molly's Cottage will be a restful and welcome base at the end of action-packed days.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC, basin. Sitting room with electric fire and dining area. Kitchen with door to patio.