Jenny’s Cottage is semi-detached.
It is the oldest cottage on the farm.
Dating from around the 17th century.
The lintle of the inglenook fireplace that dominates the lounge/diner is made from a ships timber probably brought up from the beach below, as part of a wreck.
This wild coast is abundant with shipwrecks .
With beamed ceilings this little cottage has all the amenities that is needed for a comfortable stay.
The small galley kitchen with cream painted units and tiled floor is alongside the bathroom with over bath shower, sink and toilet.
The lounge/diner has comfortable seating in which you can sit before the wood burning stove or watch the TV/DVD player.
The first floor bedroom with its white painted exposed granite walls and beamed ceiling is accessed by a small staircase from the lounge.
The windows have views to the sea and Penwith moors.
The light airy room has a double bed and plenty of space to sit if you wish to take advantage of the sea view.
The garden has a lawned area and patio, as well as parking.
There is a bench for sitting with your glass of wine on a summer evening and the patio has a picnic table.
Pendeen is a former mining village, with pubs a store or to take an open topped bus to Lands End or St. Ives.
A walk along the country lane towards the lighthouse you can pick up the SW Coastal Footpath which will take you to Lands End or St. Ives enjoying spectacular scenery, sea birds or seals either way, to the right of the lighthouse is Boat Cove which the fishermen use in the summer.
Further again is Portheras Cove.
About the location
St Just 2.5 miles; Penzance 7 miles; St Ives 10 miles; Lands End 10 miles
The charming village of Pendeen is situated on the Penwith Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding natural Beauty, in North West Cornwall. It has a handful of lovely pubs, convenience stores, pottery/gallery and a good fish & chip shop. There is also a wonderful lighthouse tucked away from the centre of the village, where you can marvel at the most spectacular sea views, stretching for miles. Perfect for exploring this lesser-known area of the county, there are so many fantastic things to see and do; from exploring the rugged coastline to pulling on your walking boots and criss-crossing the beautiful countryside, with public footpaths at every turn! The beaches in this section of Cornwall are fantastic and there are so many coastal villages and attractions that will keep you busy. Enjoy shopping in Penzance, discover hidden gems in St Ives' many harbour-front galleries, or find the perfect trinkets to take home in the novelty shops of Mousehole. The open-air Minack Theatre overlooking the stunning beach at Porthcurno should definitely go on the 'to visit' list, and you can also enjoy visiting the many filming locations of the BBC's, Poldark. Whether you're interested in a walking holiday, an adventure or a relaxed beach getaway, this fantastic area has something for everyone.