Furnace Cottage nestles in the small hamlet of Escalls, just above the cliffs of Sennen Cove.
Relish in time forgotten at this lovely cottage with traditional features aplenty - wooden beams, exposed stonework, original bread oven and wonderful fireplace with multi-fuel stove.
Thoughtful care has been given to the simple furnishings that go so well with the surroundings.
With accommodation over two floors, the ground floor has a spacious sitting and dining room and a separate kitchen and a flight of stairs lead to two bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside is an enclosed lawned garden in which to enjoy the fresh air from the sea breeze.
Located in a peaceful situation away from the main thoroughfare there are wonderful walks to do and coastal scenery to enjoy.
The coastal footpath is easily accessible with Whitesand Bay and Gwenver beach nearby.
Sennen Cove is ideal for some surfing.
The village of Sennen about a mile away has many cafes, quality restaurants, pubs, shops, Post Office and Church.
The infamous Lands End is two miles away and the market town of Penzance with seaside promenade and view of St Michaels Mount a short drive away by car.
The Minack Theatre is a must during the summer months.
Furnace Cottage is perfect for either a family of four or group of friends that want to leave the bustling outside world behind to relax, unwind and escape the norm.
Welcoming sitting room with beams and large inglenook fireplace with stove for cosy nights, kitchen with separate dining area. First floor houses the two bedrooms, one double, one twin and a family bathroom. Enclosed lawned garden.
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.