Impeccably refurbished from top to toe to an excellent standard, Bal View is a romantic seaward facing granite cottage set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the small village of Trewellard.
Within a short stroll is the iconic Pendeen Lighthouse, secluded Portheras Cove Beach and a village shop, coffee shop, meadery and convenience store.
There are miles of sandy beaches and rugged coastline to explore for spectacular views, wildlife, walking, fishing and water sports.
Head out on foot along the stunning coastal path, or by bike or car along the coast road - voted the UK’s most scenic.
Return from a day’s exploring to pure comfort and elegance.
Bal View delivers luxury, quality and style without compromise.
The living room with wood burning stove, richly coloured sofas and chairs festooned with cushions and throws await enticingly.
There is an impressive kitchen/dining room laden with top name brand appliances coupled with traditional features.
Upstairs are three sumptuous bedrooms and a gorgeous family bathroom with freestanding bath with separate walk-in shower.
Don’t miss out, sign up today!
To receive discounts, exclusive offers, travel tips and guides. We’ll also enter you into our monthly Prize draw. T&C’s Apply
An error occurred, could you double-check your email?
You have subscribed successfully
About the location
St Just 2 miles ; St Ives 11 miles ; Land’s End 7 miles
Trewellard is a small village on the north coast road between St Ives and St Just. Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there are plenty of lovely walks in the surrounding countryside and along the coast. The area around Trewellard was once heavily involved in the tin mining industry, and as such, the village is now a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Geevor Mine, just outside the village, was one the last few working tin mines in Cornwall, finally closing in 1990. The mine is now a museum. Levant Tin Mine, also just outside Trewellard, is now owned and run by the National Trust. The cliffs just below Trewellard offer fantastic rock climbing opportunities. Trewellard has two restaurants – one of which is a Medieval-themed ‘Meadery’ – and a pub.