This cosy stone cottage dates back to the 18th century.
Once a farm building, it sits amongst the wondrous Penwith Heritage Coast and is just three miles from the charming fishing port of Newlyn.
Its welcoming interior, with charming exposed beams, elegant bedrooms and panoramic countryside views, make this is a superb base from which to explore glorious South Cornwall.
Step into this stone cottage and feel instantly welcome with the comforting living/dining room offering the perfectly snug spot to put your feet up after a day of touring this marvellous region.
The exposed stonework and fabulous old fireplace with its woodburner help to bring a real homely feel.
The rustic theme continues through to the well-equipped kitchen which displays stunning wooden furnishings and a range cooker.
The first two of three regal bedrooms rest on the ground floor and include a king-size and a double bed with classy drapes to finish them off exquisitely.
A further king-size room is to be found on the first floor, this bedroom benefits from a gorgeous period en-suite bathroom similarly decorated to the family bathroom downstairs.
Indulge in the soothing country air from the comfort of the front garden, choose from a couple of peaceful spots to sit and enjoy a refreshing drink or two.
From here, avid ramblers can enjoy a plethora of idyllic paths and trails which may lead towards the astounding coastline.
Popular tourist spots nearby include St Ives and the world-renowned Land's End landmark.
Note: The property can be booked with Ref. 981469, together they are able to sleep 10 people.
About the location
Penzance 1 mile.
Nestled next to Penzance, and although still a quaint village in its own right, Newlyn is actually the third largest fishing port in England, and an important Port of Refuge for all sea baring craft. It is unusual in that visitors can still watch the landing and auctioning of fish at the market, as many families have for centuries before. This Cornish village is clustered around the harbour, with its historic 800 year old quay (the Mayflower actually left for America from this quay, not Plymouth) curling around a few small boats on the western side. Famous for the Newlyn school of Art and Newlyn Copper, the Cornwall Coastal Path passes through the village, as does the level Mousehole to Marazion cycle path. An abundance of wildlife and flora can be enjoyed along both, with basking sharks, dolphins and grey seals often seen. The Cornish coast is renowned for surfing, and Penwith offers some splendid beaches on which to enjoy this sport as well as surf fishing for sea bass. Mounts Bay also offers a wealth of opportunity for watersports enthusiasts as well as giving visitors an opportunity to relax and unwind in beautiful surroundings.