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The SpaceIts cheap and cheerfull with a bit of music thrown in and philosophical and scientific discussion if you like with an open fire to sit around in the living room and a piano to play Guest AccessThe bathroom upstairs on the same level as their room, the shower and toilet downstairs behind the kitchen, the kitchen and living room with the open fire and the piano Interaction with Guestsas they like , I usually offer a cup of tea but its totally up to them I like and am happy to chat but I also have a life and go out a lot. I like to share my music with people if they want and sit round the fire and talk. The NeighborhoodIt's very close to the centre of penzance ,the main pedestrianised shopping street is just round the corner so its very handy.The house faces west so the front gets the sun all afternoon likewise the Farmers Arms pub round the corner with tables in the sun very continental Getting AroundThere is a good train to st Ives and the station and the buses are a 7-10 min walk from the house. There is a good level bike path to St michaels Mount (2 miles east) and to Mousehole (3 miles west) Other Things to NoteThere are 7 food take aways round the corner and I'm quite happy for people to bring food back to the kitchen and use the plates and utensils if they want
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The SpaceThe house was built in 1921, as home and studio for artists Benjamin and Isabelle Leder. Hidden away in private woodland and garden, it is reminiscent of a slower more pensive way of life. Off the beaten track, and yet close to both Penzance and St Ives, as well as some of the most beautiful sandy beaches and coves, it offers the perfect setting for either BnB or self-catering holidays. Guest AccessRosemerryn can be rented on a whole house self-catering basis for 12 - 14 people. There are 4 double bedrooms, 2 twin rooms, 5 bathrooms, a large, spacious lounge, a conservatory and a big farmhouse kitchen. We have recently added a studio/games room, with table tennis and overhead projector for movies, which is also suitable for Yoga or workshops. There is a barbeque area in the garden and guests have access to the 7 acres of woodland. Interaction with GuestsWe also live in the wood and are on hand to help with anything you need during your stay, but we allow you the space to relax and enjoy where you are. The NeighborhoodLamorna is a beautiful wooded valley in the wild, far west of Cornwall. Getting AroundWe are close to the bus route between Penzance and Lands End. Other Things to NoteThere is off road parking for up to six cars at the house.
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    The SpaceThis room has a bay window with a sea view. Guest AccessIf you have a bike or surf board you need to store, we can lock it away in our shed. Interaction with GuestsWe will be happy to help you with finding information you need during your stay ie: bus times, places to eat etc. The NeighborhoodSunnyBank House is close to Sennen Beach (about 15 min walk to the cove) which is popular with surfers and bathers alike. Getting AroundSunnyBank is only 200 yards from the bus stop on the main A30. Other Things to NoteWe are about 15 mins off the SWCP in Sennen.
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    The SpaceThis lovely one bedroom cottage is available throughout the year for holidays and short breaks. The cottage is cosy and well equipped and we have retained any original features where ever possible. We have recently installed a wood burning fire into the unusual fireplace we discovered in the sitting room. Evenings at anytime of year can be chilly so we felt this was a must. Also in the sitting room is a digital tv, dvd and cd player. There is a selection of books, jig saws, games etc also available at the cottage. The kitchen has an electric cooker, fridge (with small freezer compartment), microwave oven, kettle, toaster, cafetiere , cutlery crockery, cooking utensils, pots, pans etc. The cottage has a good size bedroom, with a double bed and lovely views across the village and out to sea and a good size shower room with a shower cubicle, wash basin and toilet. Also in the shower room is a Victorian Wash stand with marble top. Tea and biscuits will be available to you when you arrive. Guest AccessOur guests have sole use of the cottage and patio area for the dates booked. Interaction with GuestsWe leave our guests to enjoy the cottage and Mousehole without interruption. However, we can be contacted if necessary. The NeighborhoodAlthough the cottage is in a small traffic free area of Mousehole you are within just a few minutes walk to the beach, shops, cafes, restaurants, pub, galleries etc. Getting AroundThe 'Blue Bus' travels between Mousehole and Penzance throughout the day. From Penzance busses or trains can get you to most other parts of Cornwall and the south west. Other Things to NoteThe cottage is available throughout the year for holidays and short breaks. We ask guests to leave payment for the electricity used during their stay with the key before vacating the cottage on the last day of their stay.
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    Eco- friendly house in historic village Central to all sites in the area. It has a view of St Michaels Mount and the Atlantic Ocean. Tourists come to Cornwall from all over the world for its rich artistic culture, history, sea,surfing and beaches.
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    The SpaceIts a quiet comfortable house, and a large light room. Interaction with GuestsThe bathroom + kitchen are shared spaces. I work most days so would be out most of the time but would be around in the evenings.
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    The SpaceThe accommodation is located in a beautiful victorian granite terrace. Enter the property through a courtyard garden into a spacious lobby. The studio apartment has everything you need for a pleasant stay and is furnished to a very high standard. Whilst the apartment is primarily for two people, the sofa bed converts to a large comfortable bed which can be used upon request for either a third guest or 2 single people. There is a well equipped kitchen area with a cooker, microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided including a cafetiere and fresh coffee. A welcome pack is also provided for each set of guests. The view from the front window is second to none and will make you want to come back time and again! Guest AccessGuests have their own patio garden with seating and table. The apartment is completely self contained with its own kitchen and bathroom. There is Wifi connection, a TV with free view and built in DVD. Interaction with Guests I am available if guests need any questions answered and I always like to hear where they've been and what they've seen. The NeighborhoodNewlyn lies on a much loved stretch of coast between Lands End and Lizard Point, with sandy coves for relaxing and the inspiring coastal path for exploring. Its unique character lies as much in its history as a vital fishing village as it does as an artists' colony and the home of the famous Newlyn School of artists. Newlyn is beautifully sited for exploring the glorious landscape of Penwith. The coastal walk from Newlyn to Lamorna Cove via Mousehole is wonderful, with traditional Cornish pubs en route including the Old Coastguard at Mousehole. The field walk to Paul with a drink at the Kings Arms and return by the coastal path makes for a pleasant evening stroll. For the truly adventurous there are moorland walks that take in the remarkable ancient archaeological sites; perhaps the Merry Maidens near St Buryans or Karneuny settlement with its well preserved fogou at Sancreed. There are guides and maps at the apartment for you to plan and enjoy excursions. Getting AroundThere is a good train service into Penzance 1.8 miles from the property. Regular busses are available from the bottom of the hill. If arriving by car there is a parking space for our guests. Other Things to NoteThere are steps leading to the property and we do live on a hill. Due to the amount of steps it is not suitable for wheelchair access.
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    The SpaceThe Old Wash house is a beautifully converted granite barn annexe on a farm 10 minutes drive from Sennen beach. It has 1 bedroom with a double bed (sleeps 2). The property also has a wood burner, kitchen/diner/sitting room, hallway & bathroom. It has its own private courtyard garden and use of more extensive communal gardens. The property is adjacent to our house and our cookery school called Fat Hen ((URL HIDDEN) Private wild food cookery courses are available during your stay or you can book on one of our set courses. We aim to live sustainably here and have photovoltaic panels for our electricity, pump our water from our well, treat our sewage on site and compost our green waste. Guest AccessLarge communal gardens with children's swings & climbing frame. Great views over open countryside. We are on a working farm and there are great footpaths to the ancient stone circle of Boscawen-noon and further afield. The ancient hedgerows are full of wonderful wild flowers all year round. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as they want. We live in a house next door but may not always be here. However, the Old Wash House is completely separate and private. The NeighborhoodWe are on a peaceful farm with no light pollution or traffic noise, yet only 5 miles from Penzance and 4 miles from the great surf beach at Sennen cove. The countryside is stunning and the walks from here are wonderful. We have fantastic sunrises here overlooking the fields and the valley and we live 5 mins walk from an ancient stone circle. We are within a stones throw of many ancient sites and numerous beaches and hidden coves. There are great fish restaurants nearby, characterful pubs in Sennen and amazing walks on the coast path within 3 miles of the Old Wash House. St Ives (a stunningly beautiful town with 3 beaches and a harbour and the Tate Art Gallery) is approximately 12 miles away. Truro, the capital of Cornwall, is about 27 miles away. There are so many lovely villages (Mousehole being one of them) within a few miles of The Old Wash House. There's a great hotel/restaurant/bar in Mousehole called The Old Coastguard. This is great for popping in for coffees/drinks and lounging on their gorgeous sofas! Newlyn has a fantastic fish restaurant called The Tolcarne. The chef here is very well respected and has previously held a michelin star in another restaurant he used to run. The Gurnards Head, is a great gastropub (about 8 miles from here), with great food and access to the magnificent north coast path. It's worth building up an appetite and walking the coast path and ending up in the pub next to a roaring fire for some great food! The Tinners Arms in Zennor, about 8 miles away is a classic traditional pub with food. It's a great place to pop in for a pint! Penzance (5 miles away) has the usual supermarkets and amenities and some lovely quirky independent shops. There are great cafes nearby - Tremenheere Sculpture gardens and the Lime Tree Cafe, are definitely worth a visit (about 6 miles away). The Honeypot is a great cafe in Penzance and The Apple Tree & Little Bo are great Cafes in Sennen. We are spoilt with so many beaches for surfing and walking and swimming from. Sunset is great at Sennen. A pint in the Old Success pub or dinner on the terrace at The Beach Restaurant in Sennen is well worth doing. St Michaels' Mount in Marazion (about 7 miles away) is a wonderful castle built on a mount in the sea at Marazion - this is worth a visit and while you're there go for a meal at Ben's Cornish Kitchen (a very well respected restaurant). The Minack open air theatre is approx 7 miles from us and is a 'must see' if you come here. Porthcurno beach, next to the Minack is stunning and definitely worth a visit! Getting AroundThe nearest train station is in Penzance (5 miles away). Our nearest bus stop is Sancreed or St Buryan (2 or 3 miles away). Penzance is on the main line from London and you can get a sleeper train from London if you don't want to travel the 6 hours in daylight! You really need a car here if you want to explore the whole of West Cornwall. Other Things to NoteWe are 15mins drive from the stunning open air Minack theatre. We are located in the middle of the Penwith Peninsula with good access to beaches on the north and south coasts.
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    The SpaceSleeps 4, second bedroom has a comfortable pull out king size bed so this room can sleep two singles or a couple or used as a family room with the pull out and single bed. A raised mezzanine level, above the open plan, can comfortably sleep another person. Price per night stands for a couple extra guests are £20.00 per head, per night. Min. stay 3 nights. Guest AccessEntrance is at the rear of the property, with steps leading up to the entrance, the apartment is on second floor. There is an off loading space adjacent to the entrance, parking is on the road close to the property. Guests have access to the lower level garden which is a shared space. This can also be used for BBQ and hanging of washing. Upper level is private. Interaction with GuestsAt certain times of the year I am present, but there is always a contact if needed. Always available to contact. The NeighborhoodNewlyn is a beautiful characteristic fishing village. With its historical working harbour, the village is clustered around the port and retains its own separate identity. A short meander takes you down into the village passing interesting small streets, aligned with fisherman cottages, where you can enjoy fresh fish from the local merchants, a renowned butchers, convenience stores, many pubs, cafes and restaurants. Home to the 'Newlyn School' many artists have been inspired here, you can visit the famous Newlyn Orion Gallery. The annual Newlyn Fish Festival is held on August bank holiday, where stalls and cafes surround the harbour area. Getting AroundThe principal town is walking distance from Newlyn, approx. 1 mile along the seafront and promenade. Frequent buses to coastal areas and a train station in Penzance. Other Things to NoteThis part of the world is very unique with its natural beauty. West Cornwall has many attractions to offer: ramble along the wild coastal paths and many moorland walks scattered with ancient sites. Visit the abundance of stunning beaches and hidden coves, silken sands and sparkling sea. Stroll along the narrow streets of St. Ives home to many artists, the famous Tate St. Ives, Leach Pottery and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and garden. Experience the beautiful coastal road to Zennor, viewing historical Tin Mines on the way, stop for lunch at the Tinners in Zennor
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    The SpaceYou will be staying in our home, a 300-year-old Grade II listed traditional rustic Cornish granite cottage with many original features including low wood-beamed ceilings, wood-burning stove in a granite hearth, and cob walls. Madron is a small and picturesque village 2 miles from the coast, 1.5 miles from Penzance and Newlyn with shops and restaurants and approximately 7 miles from St Ives (galleries, beaches), Sennen (beaches) and Land's End (cliffs, various attractions). Behind Madron are the moorlands where tin was traditionally mined - a great place to walk across heathland with ancient standing stones. This is an ideal space for a couple or two friends looking to enjoy and explore the western end of Cornwall, from Land's End and St Ives to the Eden Project and Truro, with wonderful beaches, gardens, historic sights and local amenities all nearby. Guests will have free street parking and WiFi internet access for the duration of their stay. There is also a small front garden you are welcome to sit in, with a table if you want to take breakfast or coffee outside in the sun. For groups of three (or by special arrangement, four if suitable) or someone looking for a bedroom with workspace, the studio room is also bookable as a bedroom to accommodate a third person or as a work area. See separate listing "Cosy Studio in Cottage by Sea" where both studio and bedroom can be booked together. The studio comes with desk and chair as well as fold-out studio couch (sofa by day, double bed by night) with a goose-feather topper. Unfortunately the room is not suitable for small children as it has balustrade railings to an open staircase, and free access for my cats. ALLERGY SUFFERERS: please note that this is a very old house with its original horsehair plastering and woodwork and may contain spores, pollen and other allergens. There are also three resident cats. ACCESS: The rooms are situated at the top of the house in a converted attic space, up two flights of stairs. I do my best to accommodate other diet, health or access requirements - please ask if there is anything you need to know or would require. Please give us a couple of days' notice when booking as last minute arrangements are not always possible to accommodate. It helps also if you have a photo and some kind of description of yourself, and of course reviews are always useful. Nearby attractions (a car is useful!): The world famous St Ives with cafes, galleries, beaches etc including the Tate and Barbara Hepworth studio and sculpture garden. St Michael's Mount. Land's End, Zennor, Sennen, Lamorna, Porthcurno and numerous coves and beaches. Coastal, cliff and moorland walks. Minack open-air theatre. Area packed with art galleries and museums including working mines and telegraph museum. Many ancient monuments, standing stones, stone circles. National Trust properties and gardens nearby (the nearest is a quarter of a mile down the road); also hillside sculpture garden, plant nurseries. The Eden Project is approximately 1.5 hours' drive from here or accessible by train. Other easy trips include Newquay, Fowey, Porthleven, Helston and the villages and coves of the Lizard peninsula, and the Scilly Isles. A friendly welcome awaits from owners! Guest AccessDouble bedroom with kingsize bed, and private shower room, exclusively for guest use. Guests can also sit in the studio space adjoining the bedroom. Guests have breakfast in our kitchen/breakfast room and can also use our small front garden to sit in the sun or take coffee outdoors. Interaction with GuestsI like to communicate with prospective guests by email/airbnb message before they arrive - this is important to me as in a small house my guests need to feel comfortable with me and my cats, and me with them. I only accept guests who are happy to exchange emails so we can get to know each other a little bit before they arrive. As guests breakfast in my kitchen we usually have conversations over breakfast. Many interesting tales of origins and travels, plus local information, are shared over coffee and croissants! The NeighborhoodMadron has great access to all the local sights, market towns, cultural amenities including the Minack open air theatre, sub-tropical gardens and beaches - a few minutes drive will take you all over West Penwith, an hour or so will take you to Newquay, Fowey, Truro or the Eden Project at St Austell. You can take a boat trip to the Scilly Isles from Penzance. In the village itself, take a look at our interesting 14th century church, where Nelson's death at the battle of Trafalgar was first announced to the nation in 1805, or the local National Trust garden down a short hill at Trengwainton, or walk to the old tin-mine shafts and standing stones on the moorland behind the village. Getting AroundA car is really useful. There are buses - including an open top bus tour of the coast and villages - but the service is generally hourly, and to some remoter places less frequent still. Taxis are bookable. Bikes (for the strong of leg and heart!) are also a good way to get around.
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      The SpaceCape Cottage, built around 1850 The cape cottage is centrally situated, but quiet. Only a few minutes on foot to the railway station, coach station, harbour and shopping possibilities. Penzance lies in a wonderful bay with view over to Saint Michael´s Mount. Cape cottage is cosily and comfortably furnished for 3-4 people. From the entrance you go into the sitting room and dining room with colour TV set, radio with CD player. The kitchen is well equipped with fridge, Ceran hob, various kitchen utensils and washing machine. From the kitchen a door leads into the sunny and flower filled courtyard. There is garden furniture for sitting out. From the sitting room a staircase leads to the upper floor with bathroom, a bedroom with big double bed. The second room has two single beds. Bedclothes, dish towels as well as electricity are included in the price. A security of 200€ is to be paid against possible damages, and the final cleaning and laundry costs are €50. Getting AroundZum Bahnhof und Busbahnhof ist es nur wenig minuten zu Fuss. Other Things to NoteRauchen im Haus ist nicht gestattet. Haustiere sind nicht erlaubt. This strictly a non smoking house!!
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      The SpaceThis open access studio room is attached to the double bedroom (which is also listed separately as Traditional Granite Cottage by Sea) and allows space for a group of three (or by special arrangement, four) to stay together, sharing the same private shower room. When booking for three, please use this listing, which includes both double room and studio plus bathroom in the same price. In addition to the double bedroom with kingsize bed, the studio room is suitable for a single adult/child or possibly two children (by arrangement only). It is also ideal for someone looking for a bedroom plus living/sitting/working space for short-term lets (price for stays over a week by arrangement). It comes with desk and chair as well as fold-out studio couch (sofa by day, double bed by night) with a goose-feather topper. Unfortunately the room is not suitable for small children as it has balustrade railings to an open staircase, and free access for my cats. The rooms are situated in a 300-year-old Grade II listed traditional rustic Cornish granite cottage with many original features including low wood-beamed ceilings, wood-burning stove in a granite hearth. Madron is a small and picturesque village 2 miles from the coast, 1.5 miles from Penzance with its shops and restaurants and approximately 7 miles from St Ives (galleries, beaches), Sennen (beaches) and Land's End (cliffs, various attractions). Behind Madron are the moorlands where tin was traditionally mined - a great place to walk across heathland with ancient standing stones. Guest will have free street parking and WiFi internet access for the duration of their stay. There is also a small garden you are welcome to sit in, with a table if you want to take breakfast or coffee outside in the sun. ALLERGY SUFFERERS: please note that this is a very old house with its original plastering and woodwork and may contain spores, pollen and other allergens. There are also two (sometimes 3) resident cats. ACCESS: The rooms are situated at the top of the house in a converted attic space, up two flights of stairs. I do my best to accommodate other diet, health or access requirements - please ask if there is anything you need to know or would require. Nearby attractions: The world famous St Ives with cafes, galleries, beaches etc Land's End, Zennor, Sennen, Lamorna and numerous coves and beaches, coastal walks Minack open-air theatre Area packed with art galleries and museums Many ancient monuments, standing stones, stone circles National Trust properties and gardens nearby (the nearest is a quarter of a mile down the road). A friendly welcome awaits from owners! Guest AccessDouble bedroom, studio bedroom, private shower room exclusively for use of guests. Guests take breakfast in our kitchen/breakfast room and can also sit in our main sitting room and the front garden if they choose. Interaction with GuestsI like to communicate with prospective guests by email/airbnb message before they arrive - this is important to me as in a small house my guests need to feel comfortable with me and my cats, and me with them. I only accept guests who are happy to exchange emails so we can get to know each other a little bit before they arrive. As guests breakfast in my kitchen we usually have conversations over breakfast. Many interesting tales of travels and origins, plus local information, are shared over coffee and croissants! The NeighborhoodMadron has great access to all the local sights, market towns, cultural amenities including the Minack open air theatre, sub-tropical gardens and beaches - a few minutes drive will take you all over West Penwith, an hour or so will take you to Truro or the Eden Project at St Austell. In the village itself, take a look at our interesting 14th century church, where Nelson's death at the battle of Trafalgar was first announced to the nation in 1805, or the local National Trust garden down a short hill at Trengwainton, or walk to the old tin-mine shafts and standing stones on the moorland behind the village. Getting AroundA car is really useful. There are buses - including an open top bus tour of the coast and villages - but the service is generally hourly, and to some remoter places less frequent still. Taxis are bookable. Bikes (for the strong of leg and heart!) are also a good way to get around. There is a bike hire place in Penzance. Other Things to NoteThe best place to park is by the church, 100 metres down the road. There is free on-street parking closer for loading/unloading. Please note that this house belongs to cats as well as humans - it's their home too so you should be prepared to respect instructions for their safety and well-being. We would like you to feel comfortable, happy and at home here, so please ask if we can help with anything, or if you need anything particular, or if there is any problem. We will do our best to put things right.
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      The SpaceThe house is 7-10 mins walk from the station and just round the corner from the pedestranised causewayhead with many breakfast cafes and a good music pub and it is relatively easy to park nearby Guest AccessNext to the single bedroom is the bathroom which is available for use by whoever rents the room, and downstairs behind the kitchen is a good shower which you can use . The living room has a nice open fireplace and a good little broadwood pianowhich you are wellcome to use . The kitchen is available for tea etc and if you want to bring back takeaways , plates etc Interaction with GuestsAs they like , I offer a cup of tea when they arrive and am happy to sit and chat or not. As a muscian I am happy to play some of my songs on the guitar or piano and light the fire to sit around . I have given some guests a lift to the minack theatre as I work near it and am going that way anyway The NeighborhoodIts handy for the shops being right in the centre of town and gets lots of sun facing west , still okay to park nearby Getting AroundThere are buses and a magic train to st.ives and a few bicycle hire places nearby Other Things to Noteyou can smoke or not in the house
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      The SpaceThis cottage has been carefully designed and lovingly restored; every effort has been made to remain true to the traditional design and features whilst creating a cozy and magical environment. There is a woodburner and electric heating. In colder months ,we set the fire and provide a basket of logs . Further bags of logs are available nearby. Guest AccessThe cottage and the private sub tropical raised garden for morning coffee, or evening drinks or bar-b -que. The glazed conservatory has two large velux windows overlooking the garden ,a wonderful spot to listen to bell ringing practice from the ancient church of St. Paul behind the garden! Interaction with GuestsWe live locally and are happy to advise guests on interesting places to visit , and recommend places that we like to eat and drink, that offer good value and are regionally representative . We are happy to offer assistance where we can , especially to guests visiting West Cornwall for the first time. The NeighborhoodThe Golden Mile which skirts Mounts Bay is renown for its early flowers and vegetables. Crossed with lovely footpaths ,it offers spectacular elevated views South across the bay and out to Michael's Mount provides a magical focal point. Getting AroundThere are local bus devices based in Penzance which cover the whole peninsula including Ludgvan. These can often be planned to link up with coastal walks and excursions. Other Things to NoteDue to the spiral staircase ,and open rails at the top, the cottage is not suitable for toddlers or small children . We do not provide further sleeping arrangements other than the large double. If we approve including a small or medium dog, there is an additional £10 per week charge. Pro rata.
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      The SpaceTake a look at the photos and you will know why we think our home is unique! The view is stunning. We have 3 rooms available. A spacious Twin room with sea view. A double with garden view, and a single with garden view. We are a relaxed happy couple, and you will enjoy the comfort we offer you. Guest AccessYou are welcome to sit with us in our comfortable Lounge room, during the evenings and enjoy a cuppa or an excellent coffee and chat about your day or indeed ask us for advice on where to go and what to see in the area. Interaction with GuestsYes we are always on hand to help you with any problems. Also I'm more than happy to help you plan days out, and can print off information on places to go and routes to get there! Also if you'd like to eat with us in the evening, that can be arranged for a small charge extra. I'm not a Chef, but David and I have been married for 34 years and he's still looking OK, so I guess my cooking's not to bad. The NeighborhoodPraa Sands is a small Cornish village. The beach is great for surfing and swimming. You can walk down the hill to it from our place. You'll pass Pengersick castle on the way down! It is supposed to be haunted!! The beautiful old St Germoe Church is close by too. It was built in the late eleven hundreds. I ring the bells there on a Sunday morning, and for many a wedding too! Getting AroundThere are bus stops on the top road going to Penzance and Helston and further to Falmouth. Penzance has a main line train and coach stop.
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      The SpaceWant to explore the delights of rural Cornwall but be close to the sea. Then look no further ! Our detached farmhouse house is set in a semi-rural location on the outskirts of the popular town of St Just. (1 1/2 miles) and a 10 minute walk to where Poldark mine (wheal leisure) was filmed. The double guest room, with ensuite, is bright, quiet and comfy. We will provide guests with continental breakfast which is included in the total price (on a help yourself basis). There is tea/coffee making facilities in the lounge and a cool box for you to keep food in. There is a separate lounge, with a woodburner, you can use during your stay with dining table and comfy chairs to chill out and relax in. This is where breakfast is served. We have wi-fi which you are welcome to use. There is a T.V in this bedroom. Towels are provided and included in the price. Parking is in the garden. There is a barn to store the bikes.We have a dog who is lovely but can be nervous of new people so we keep our living space separate from the B and B.. We really like children however we are currently not set up to take children so are therefore adults only. Just a small detail... we don't wear shoes in our house, please bring your slippers with you. We have a good size garden at the front which you are welcome to use. We grow our own vegetables and live our lives as sustainably as possible. We have solar panels on the roof which generate our electricity. There are a variety of lovely pubs that serve good food within 5-10 minutes walk from the house and cafes. (see guidebook) Lands End airport is 15 minutes away and we can offer a taxi service and car parking facility for a competitive price. What to see: -The sandy beaches of Gwenver, Sennen and St Ives. From April - September we are on the bus route to all these places which stops outside the house. -Geevor Tin Mine - 1/2 mile away -Minack theatre at Porthcurno - St Michael’s Mount - Penzance (10 miles away) If you like to walk we are 5 minutes from the Cornish Coastal Path. You can walk to Sennen from the house which is 2 hours away or to Zennor 9 miles (website hidden) Ives is 14 miles. We can help you arrange activities from surfing, horse riding, fishing, walking, foraging and much more. Transport wise: We have excellent direct train connections taking you to London Paddington in 5 hours from Penzance. Nearest train station is Penzance Rail - 8 miles away. For an extra cost we can arrange to collect you and drop you to the station. Buses - you can get the 10a from Penzance directly to Carnyorth where we live through first great western company. The bus stop is 1 minute away. We would prefer that you arrive between 3-6pm unless there are exceptional circumstances.
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      The SpacePositioned on the south-facing sunny side of a sechcluded valley which runs down to Penberth fishing cove.Treglyn is near some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Surfing at Sennen,sunbathing on a sand bank, walking the coastal footpath,watching a play at the Minack open-air theatre and then a drink at the Logan Rock Inn are all possible within a two mile radius.The cottage has two double en-suite bedrooms up seperate staircases,and a single (URL HIDDEN) plan kitchen -dinner and lounge have woodburners with wi-fi internet.A large garden extends to a gate down to the stream. There is also off road private parking.Your host is only to happy to make sure you have a rewarding and fun stay. Guest AccessGuests have access to the large south facing garden and a private parking space. Interaction with GuestsI live close by and therefore make sure that if there is anything guests need I can help. The NeighborhoodThe Logan Rock Pub great atmosphere ,good beer after a day out on the cliffs or relaxing on the local beaches.good pub food. Fresh fish at the Newlyn fish markets. Lentens butchers in Chaple St ,Penzance The Old Success in Sennen for pub food. The Minack Theatre for a show. Getting AroundBuses run to Penzance from St.Buryan and Porthcurno. Prowse Taxis are on (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) . Flights to The Scilly Islands from Lands End Airport is 2 miles . The boat leaves Penzance Harbour every morning at 9am. and returns at 7pm. Lifts can be arranged to both. Other Things to NoteCleaning fee will only apply for reservations with two nights or less.
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      The SpaceSANCREED BEACON Holiday House in Idyllic Rural Location with sea views Self catering - Sleeps 8 SPECIAL OFF SEASON DEALS The house is set at the end of a quiet terrace in the beautiful hamlet of Sancreed. It is on the slopes of the ancient ‘Sancreed Beacon’ which is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. From the front of the house are magnificent views overlooking the Cornish countryside, with sea views of Mounts Bay. It is away from the tourist rush but only 15 minutes drive in three directions from stunning cliffs and sandy beaches. It is 4 miles from the market town of Penzance and St. Just with all facilities. The house can sleep up to 8 people, but is most comfortable for 5-6. Downstairs there is a light and comfortable living room with wood stove. It leads on to the conservatory/dining room. A compact and well equipped brand new kitchen. Also, a second living room with a small open fire, which can be used as 4th bedroom (double). Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, a separate toilet and a bathroom. A small garden at the front of the house and a larger one at the rear. The house is friendly and light, artistically decorated with a selection of paintings by local artists, there are books and games, excellent local information and top tips, some beach equipment, and wifi. It is warm and cosy in the winter with full central eating a wood stove and open fire. It is a safe and fun place for children to play, there is a small park with swings 2 mins down the road behind the beautiful Sancreed Church. Sancreed Church: The church is primarily a thirteenth / fifteenth century structure, set in beautiful old grave yard in which there are two tenth century crosses. While inside the church can be seen an interesting wooden carved chancel screen. It is a peaceful spot to sit in the sunshine. There are regular services where visitors are welcome.
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      The SpaceThis self-catering barn annexe in west Cornwall is nestled at the end of a tranquil country lane with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside, including ancient woodland and the remains of the Iron Age Chun Castle. The tower of Ding Dong stands on a ridge about 5 miles (8 kilometres) away. Being cut off from civilisation is a bit of an illusion, as we are only about a 6 minute drive to the fishing port of Newlyn (also the focus of Cornwall's first bohemian "artists' colony" in the late nineteenth century), the same distance to picturesque Mousehole and close to long sandy surfing beaches and hidden coves. If you are a fan of Poldark, several of the locations used for filming are near by! You may hear owls and other night life and see clear starry skies. The owner lives in the main barn so is at hand to put your mind at rest if a barn owl makes a rare blood-curdling call in the quiet of night! If you are used to sleeping to the hum of traffic and other urban sounds this will be a new experience. Most visitors and friends say they sleep really well, aided also by the sea air and the five-star hotel standard bed. The traditional Cornish barn (we think built over 200 years ago) is completely self-contained with its own garden gate leading into its own private walled garden with table and chairs and sub-tropical planting through which you access your front door. The accommodation consists of a double bedroom (queen sized bed, wardrobe, bookcase, bedside tables and a dressing table with drawers) with part of a stall wall dividing the room (may have been the milking parlour), a shower room, a separate toilet and wash-hand basin (once a sauna, not for the cows, but an addition during a short period of racy reincarnation last century!), a large living- sitting- dining area and a separate kitchen. The living area has a wood-burner (the bedroom has a central-heating radiator fed by the main barn boiler, as is the shower and wash hand basin hot water) and a third of the large space is a raised mattress area (think Turkey or Indonesian day bed), great for snoozing on after a walk by the sea or relaxing with a book. This relaxation area was once an indoor garden and before that a pool ( the original pool is still below the floor boards). There is a sofa, table and chairs etc, a wood-burner and a small hidden fridge for cool drinks. The floor is slate with rugs, whilst the bedroom has a Devon wool carpet. The kitchen is equipped with pots and pans, cutlery and plates etc, kettle, cafetiere, toaster, a 4 plate electric hob, an oven/microwave, a freezer, a fridge, washing machine and a dryer (there is also a portable drying frame if you wish to dry clothes close outside). The water is fine to drink but a water filter can also be supplied if you are used to one. All bedding and towels are supplied. There are separate beach towels and a windbreak. Please note all bed linen and towels are cotton and duvet and pillows are feather. A hairdryer is in the bedroom. There is a digital radio, a Freeview TV with an inbuilt DVD video player which is handy during bad weather when the Freeview signal may go. At the moment there is no wi-fi as it won't travel through the very thick granite walls! Cows grumbled too! It is available if necessary in certain parts of owners barn. Good reception for most smartphones and other mobiles (better than parts of central London!). All cleaning of the barn is done with eco-products(including bedding and towels), recycling bags are available on request if wanted. Herbs in the garden can be picked for cooking. Owner will pop into the garden to water in hot weather whilst you are out, but if you prefer you can do it yourself. There is a hose and a water butt in the annexe garden. There is parking for one car (the space is not suitable for camper vans but plenty of turning space for normal sized vehicles). A car is useful if you don't want to walk a mile to the main road where there are infrequent buses! One can be hired from Penzance Train Station or there are many taxi firms. There are many places to visit so a car is pretty handy. There are, however, several rural walks from the bridle path by the barn. If rambling is your thing, we are very close to the South West Coast Path and the whole area is dotted with prehistoric sites (stone circles, standing stones, burial chambers and hill fortifications - some over 4000 years old). The owner would be happy to suggest some walks, also the best beaches, whether for surfing, viewing basking sharks, seals and dolphins or quiet secluded coves. The outdoor Minack Theatre, St Ives and St Michael's Mount are close by, as are gardens (many National Trust) and it is an easy drive to visit the Lizard Peninsula and the area around Falmouth. There are lots of excellent restaurants here in all price brackets using local products. Mousehole is minutes away by car and a lovely place to eat and walk in the evening. Happy to make suggestions, also where to buy food whether in a farmers' market or local produce/organic shops. There are also daily boat outings from Penzance to search for the wealth of marine life and birds and nearly daily day trips to The Scilly. Also many arts, crafts and music festivals and art galleries and barefoot walking trail. It's a ideal base to explore West Cornwall or the barn can be used as a space for a personal retreat (specific arrangements can be made with the owner).The owner is a classical Yoga meditation teacher and meditation sessions/classes are available by pre-arrangement. Am very sorry but the barn is not set up for children or dogs It also non-smoking. Guest AccessGuests have their own one bedroomed barn (see details in main description) and use of own walled private garden. There is a parking space within front driveway for guest car (ample turning room). It is not, however, suitable for huge vans e.g. campervans or trailors. Interaction with GuestsI live in the main barn so I am usually available if you want help with places to visit, quiet coves, places to surf, gardens and where to eat out. In cold weather I will prepare the woodburner and light it for you. I want you to feel welcome so am happy to help make your stay an enjoyable one. I am a meditation practice teacher (in classical Yoga tradition) so I offer classes/sessions to any guests who are interested (by prior arrangement and at an extra charge). I will greet you on arrival and will be available when you leave. The NeighborhoodIt is a quiet rural setting yet only minutes by car from the sea. There are so many places to visit and so many off the beaten track. Getting AroundSee the main description for details. You do need a car in this part of Cornwall. You have a parking space beside the barn annexe within the grounds of main barn. We are about 12-15 minutes from Penzance train station (frequent trains from London and other cities including a Sleeper Train at night). Please note Cornish roads are often narrow and very wide vehicles will have difficulty on some of them. The access to the barn is along a bridlepath and it and the entrance to barn parking area are not suitable for huge vans e.g. campervans or cars with trailors. Cars are fine. Other Things to NoteMeditation classes/sessions in classical Yoga tradition are available by pre-arrangement. Retreats can also be arranged.
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      The SpaceContemporary style with large patio doors, opening out onto small secluded patio with sun beds, great for the summer and in the winter its a warm, cosy cottage, with open fire in one of Cornwall's best kept secrets, Lamorna Cove, far west Cornwall, which is close to a great pub and wonderful cliff top walks. There is a large studio room, which doubles as lounge and bedroom(which you can see in the photos) with huge French S kingsize bed, Chaise and Arm chair and its own ensuite shower room and separate kitchenette, through which you access the main Country Kitchen and two further bedrooms, one Double with doors onto the patio and the other single kids room. There is one further shower room for use of these two bedrooms. The space is warm, bright and really homely with everything you need for a family stay or a romantic get away. Guest AccessOur Housekeeper will give access and the whole property is yours for the stay. The NeighborhoodOur Cottage is situated in Lamorna Cove the site of the recent film Summer in February starring Dan Stevens and Dominic Cooper- check out the book or film (which is now available on iTunes) Its a 5 minute walk to a great pub The Wink which serves food. (Please check opening times out of season as they are know to close on some of the days.) Lamorna Cove is one of the most beautiful places in the world- picture perfect Cornish Cove. The valley has a small hamlet of cottages, a pub, cafe and shop. Lamorna is a famous artist colony, where Alfred Munnings and Dame Laura Knight once painted as part of the Newlyn Art movement. The subject has recently been made into a film called Summer in February, the title of the book of the same name There is a bus service from the pub into Penzance and Mousehole, but i recommend having a car. Mousehole is definetly worth a visit, has great restaurants and pub and at Christmas time is quite magical as the whole village is lit with Christmas Lights everywhere and the summer is turquoise picture perfect cornish fishing village with small beach. Great for kids, who can jump off the piers and learn to sale in the safety of the tiny harbour We are a very short drive to Porthcurno, home to an amazing beach and the Minack Theatre which is an open air amphitheatre - shows nightly during the week from May- Sept. The Tate St Ives is about 30 minute drive away. There are too many wonderful beaches to mention, but Sennen is great for surfing, particularly for young kids and Hayle also on the North Coast. Porthcurno has been voted too many times, one of the best beaches in the UK. Getting AroundThere is a bus service from the pub into penzance and mousehole, but i recommend having a car Other Things to NoteWe are a very short drive to Porthcurno, home to an amazing beach and the Minack Theatre which is an open air amphitheatre - shows nightly during the week from May onwards. The Tate St Ives is about 30 minute drive away. There are too many wonderful beaches to mention, but Sennen is great for surfing, particularly for young kids.
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      Looking out on the garden from one side and on the other, the courtyard, this is a beautiful room with quality fabrics and generous space. A unique opportunity to stay in one of the area's finest houses.
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      An elegant Victorian Townhouse located in Penzance, sleeps 12 in 6 bedrooms which are all ensuite, located a short walk from the sea, Penlee Park and all the fabulous restaurants and bars Penzance has to offer.
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      The SpaceApartment 3 The Cove is a modern bright, and airy apartment. It sleeps 2-4 people. There is one en-suite bedroom with a walk in shower and a sitting room with a double sofa bed. Also a small galley kitchen, with hob, fan oven / grill, microwave and fridge. There are views down Lamorna Valley and out to the sea. Televisions with DVD players are provided in the sitting room and the bedroom. It has it’s own wifi. During the summer months it has shared use of a heated swimming pool with a Sun terrace that has stunning views over the cove. The sea is a 5 minute walk down the hill, and the Wink pub which serves food during the day and the evenings is no more than a 2 minute walk. Access to Cornwall’s legendary coastal path is just a short distance from the door. Guest AccessDuring the summer months it has shared use of a heated swimming pool with a Sun terrace that has stunning views over the cove. The sea is a 5 minute walk down the hill, and the Wink pub which serves food during the day and the evenings is no more 3 minutes away. Access to cornwall’s legendary coastal path is just a short distance from the door. Other Things to NoteFrom Saturday 4th July until Saturday 5th September we only take bookings for full weeks Saturday to Saturday.
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      The SpaceA lovely detached Victorian granite house that was originally a shop for the local area. Stands in front of a row of pretty Cornish cottages. We have decorated the house with reclaimed and antique furniture, roll top bath, brass beds and free standing kitchen - but it still has all the mod cons! An electric shower, washing machine, dishwasher, free wifi and TV/DVD player, so you can enjoy your stay in style and comfort. The accommodation is made up of a large sitting room and kitchen, two double rooms and a twin room. If you are a party of 8 we also have a sofa bed that can be made up for an extra cost of £20 per night. However there is only one bathroom! So if you are a large group there may be a queue for brushing your teeth. The house is powered by Good Energy using only energy generated from wind, water and sun power. We only use eco friendly cleaning products, so the house is nice to you and the environment. Guest AccessGuests have the whole house to enjoy. There is also a large private garden across the road from the house. Interaction with GuestsWe live over 2 hours away and unfortunately can not be there to let everyone in. There is a welcome pack as you arrive and you can make yourself at home. We will be contactable via phone for the duration of your stay if you have any problems. The NeighborhoodThe neighbourhood is a perfect combination of wild Cornish countryside and stunning sea side views. Ideal for walking holidays but close enough to Sennen Cove or St Ives for some wonderful days at the beach. A booklet full of ideas and places to go is provided for your holiday! Getting AroundThere is an open top bus that stops outside the house and takes you to local towns. Penzance has a train station with a direct train to London and other services. Other Things to NoteThis is an old house furnished with original pieces of furniture and although newly decorated there are certain 'wonky' aspects of the building and interior. We think this adds to the charm but it might not be to your fancy. All the white goods are brand new though.
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      The SpaceOur house is simple but comfortable with two bedrooms, a double and a twin, a shower room and open plan kitchen/living room. There is a sofa bed for further guests and well-mannered dogs are welcome - we have a dog bed and bowls stored here. You can shop at two supermarkets within 10 minutes' drive or in the lovely town of Penzance itself. Guest AccessThe whole house, numbered parking space, outside area, the grounds are communal with a basic tennis court and dog walking area, and there is a small pool and bar inside the Manor House itself. Interaction with GuestsNone - I have a keyholder and cleaner who take care of the house. The NeighborhoodThe local area combines countryside and coast. Cornwall is beautiful, rugged and a little bit wild. Find the coastal paths for walking, take a boat trip and do some mackerel fishing or drive to the many picturesque villages and beaches for relaxing times in the fresh air. Sample the local pubs for local ales and have a real Cornish pasty followed by a cream tea. Getting AroundThere are buses but they are not very frequent, we recommend a car. These can be hired from the company in the car park next to Penzance station. There are also many local taxi firms with local drivers who can share their knowledge of the area. Other Things to NoteThe house has a washing machine and there is a coin operated laundry on the site which has tumble dryers - you will get wet, either in the sea or from the rain and will need to supply your own towels. Minimum bookings of 3 nights. Please note check in time is 5 pm from 1st July, check out is by 10am please.
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      The SpaceThe main part of the cottage is over 200 years old and is completely renovated to a very high standard with a large architect designed modern extension. The use of traditional timber frames and slate flooring creates a seamless mix of the traditional charm of an old building with all the convenience, light and space of modern living. Trevore is designed to be a spacious home, very easy to run with all modern amenities and will comfortably accommodate up to 6 adults or a family of 6 with a small child (cot is provided).When you stay here you will feel as though you are living in a charming well loved home. Guest AccessAt Trevore our guests have the sole use of the entire cottage. Downstairs you will find a large Family Kitchen fitted with contemporary units and appliances, there are french doors leading out to a Sun Terrace and BBQ Dining area. A Utility Room is just off the kitchen with washing machine etc and a drying area over the boiler. There is also a Shower/Cloakroom with power shower, the perfect place to wash down after leaving the beach and to store wetsuits or muddy walking boots. The large Sitting Room has one glass wall with sliding doors onto a cobbled terrace and beautiful views across the garden. The main living room of the cottage is now the Dining Room with 1940's Aga, a warm place to sit and chat over your meal on a cooler evening. Just off this room is the cosy Snug/Reading Room where you can sit by the wood burning stove and study maps and books about the area, play board games or just sit and watch the fire. Upstairs the large Master Bedroom has lovely far reaching views to Chapel Carn Brae and beyond to Sancreed,with its own well designed hand fitted contemporaty En-Suit Bathroom. There are two further good sized Double Bedrooms with original panelled walls and views across the garden to the sea in the distance. There is also another large hand fitted Family Bathroom with power shower. Outside the private landscaped Gardens are laid out with enclosed lawns and secluded sun terraces with areas for sitting, BBQ, and dining. There is also an unusual Gazebo created specially for the cottage by a film set designer. Interaction with GuestsThe owner of the cottage is an interior designer and artist and Trevore Cottage is her much loved own home. She will be there to welcome you and show you around and answer any questions you may have about your stay. If you place an advanced order she can do your first basic shop for you, so the essentials are waiting for you when you arrive. She provides luxury cotton bed linen and towels and all oil and electricity, and one nights wood supply for the stove. It is important to her to make sure that all house guests are able to relax and have an enjoyable time, feeling quite at home. So please let her know before hand if there is any thing special that you may require. A house folder is also available with local information and phone numbers. The NeighborhoodBeyond the cottage garden the views of the Peninsula stretch across the fields to the moors and the ancient site at Chapel Carn Brea, and facing south across fields to the sea. At night the light from the Longships Lighthouse can be seen from the bedroom window, and the clear night sky is perfact for star gazing. This is truly one of the most beautiful and unspoilt areas of the West Penwith, and is the perfect base from which to start the rest of your explorations: The market towns of Penzance, St Ives, are near by with a fine selection of restuarants, pubs and bars. Many National Trust Houses and Gardens and St Michaels Mount are also within easy reach. The South West Coast Path is just a few minutes drive by car, and several moorland footpaths start from the cottage door. For lovers of the arts the Minach Theatre is a short drive away,a,nd The Exchange Gallery Newlyn Art Gallery and Tate Gallery St Ives are all within easy reach. The cottage is within walking distance of several sites of historical interest, including Chapel Carn Brae and Boscawn-un stone circle. We are surrounded by sandy beaches, and the famous surfing beaches at Sennen and Gwenver, and The Beach Restaurant at Sennen are just a few minutes drive away. Getting AroundThere is a bus stop a couple of minutes away at the end of the lane - from here you can use the country bus service to travel to Penzance and the villages along the south coast or in the other direction to Sennen and Lands End, and St Just onto St Ives. There is also private off road parking for two cars. Other Things to NoteThe cottage is only available for weekly bookings with Saturday as the change over day. The cottage sleeps upto 6 adults plus a small child (with a cot provided) and this is the maximum number of guests we can accomadate.
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      The SpacePLEASE NOTE: From May-September this listing is not open to people travelling with a car - unless you have arranged it with me BEFORE SENDING A RESERVATION REQUEST. The cottage is in a quiet lane off the St Ives-Lands End Coast Road. The bed is a small (4`) double but, on the plus side, the room is South facing and looks over the garden. Guest AccessThe shared bathroom is downstairs, with a handheld shower over the bath. The house is a small terraced cottage and you are welcome to share all of it except the kitchen. There is a small sunny porch and garden which you are welcome to use as well. Help yourselves to tea and coffee at any time and if you want to bring food in, I will usually be able to reheat it for you in the microwave oven. Interaction with GuestsI have a variety of jobs occupying different times of the day (see profile), which means that I can`t promise to be there to greet you on arrival or to provide a proper cooked breakfast every morning - but if you`re looking for a cheap, informal B and B with clean sheets, no television but unlimited tea or coffee and as much cereal, toast and marmalade as you can eat for breakfast, this may well suit you. Don`t expect a lot of privacy, as this is a small terraced cottage with no separate reception room for guests to retreat to - but I like meeting people and the sitting room is yours to share while you are staying. The £5 cleaning charge is really a parking charge (but I couldn`t find a way of listing that) as car space is very limited in Rose Valley and will be repaid by me to guests who arrive on foot or cycle (or by public transport, if you find any). The NeighborhoodThis is a very special corner of the UK, with small farms, open moorland, much ancient and mining history, and all but surrounded by sea. Although Morvah and Pendeen offer so much of interest, they are far less visited than Lands End and a two night stay here will offer far more insight into real life in West Cornwall than the "Lands End Experience." Getting AroundLIttle public transport until you get to Pendeen (1.5 miles). However bikes can be hired locally from Lands End Cycle Hire (actually based in Pendeen and Penzance), who will also deliver and collect them (Details available on request). For those of you who would rather walk unencumbered to your next Coast Path stop, there is also a local Rucksack Transport Service (Details on request). Other Things to NoteI often have to work early (which may not be great if you`re a light sleeper!) but won`t mind a reasonable amount of noise if you come back late from the pub, as long as it doesn`t disturb my neighbours. Mobile service can be intermittent and text messages often take a long time to arrive so please contact me about your arrival time several days in advance.
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      Guest AccessOn the same floor as the small bedroom is the bathroom which you can use and downstairs behind the kitchen is a good shower you can use . In the living room is a good broadwood piano which you can play and a nice open fire which we can lite and sit around. The kitchen is available for tea etc and if you want to bring back takeaways plates etc Interaction with GuestsAs they like , I usually offer a cup of tea when people arrive and am happy to sit and chat or not , as a musician I am happy to play my songs and lite the open fire The NeighborhoodIts handy being right in the centre of town with easy access to the shops station etc and sunny facing west Getting AroundThere are buses and a magic train to st. ives and a few good bicycle hire shops nearby , it's still okay to park nearby Other Things to Noteyou can smoke or not in this house I don't mind either way . The broadband is freely available to guests
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      The SpaceThere are two bedrooms, guests can either have the larger double bedroom or a smaller twin bedded room. The double bedroom has tea and coffee making facilities and overlooks a quiet courtyard. The house is an old house, floor boards can creak, doors can squeak, but generally a quiet house. The bathroom is a shared bathroom with me and has a comfortably sized shower. Guest Accessguests will have access to the kitchen for tea/coffee etc, but not for cooking purposes Interaction with GuestsI enjoy meeting people, it brings into the house strands of differing nationalities cultures etc. The NeighborhoodI am very happy in my location, it is so close to the town, stations, harbour etc but at the same time quite peaceful, because of the house 's proximity to the sea there is a feeling of openess around it. Getting Aroundtrains and buses are within a five minute walk, as is the ferry to the isles of scilly Other Things to Notethe house only has one bathroom so guests do share the bathroom with me
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      The SpaceLamorna Hideaway offers two very spacious stylish boutique rooms, prices are for one of the rooms, in the very heart of the idyllic Lamorna Valley, famed for its beauty and the artists it has attracted for more than 140 years. The accommodation is totally private, with its own entrance, lounge, eating and dining area. We also offer outside dining facilities surrounded by the beautiful gardens which you are welcome to enjoy. WiFi and all the Sky and BT (same as cable) channels are available and a well behaved dog is welcome. Lamorna Cove and majestic cliffs are a five minute walk, with the enchanting stream running through the woods always in view. At the bottom of the garden is a Boule court and the Lamorna Wink pub, which serves food at lunchtime and in the evening. Finally we offer membership of the Cornish Maritime Trust during your stay, which means you can sail the beautiful historic craft. We also provide a rod if you wish to try your hand at bass fishing in the cove. You can find details under things to do. We hope you come and stay and enjoy all that West Cornwall has to offer. Tina Guest AccessThe rooms are totally private with a garden area dedicated to guests. Interaction with GuestsOur guests enjoy total privacy but if you require any tips on where to go for the very best beaches, and secret places, the most beautiful walks and exotic gardens, where to buy and eat the most delicious local foods then your host, Tina, is here to help. The NeighborhoodThings to do Sailing with the Cornish Maritime Trust You can join the Cornish Maritime Trus(URL HIDDEN) very cheaply which entitles you to sail in any of the fleet of the four restored classic boats. The 'flagship', based 5 minutes away in Mousehole, is the Barnabas; a 40ft dipping lugger, the only survivor of the 1000 strong fleet registered at Cornish ports at the turn of the 19th century. It is very similar to the lugger that Pete Goss sailed to Australia. Great fun. The Ellen, a beautiful Goran Haven crabber, is available for sailing from Mousehole if you have basic sailing experience. Once you have joined, contact who organises the sailing program from mid April onwards. Art and painting tuition holidays with Tim Hall The long tradition of artists working in and around Lamorna continues.Tim Hall runs art classes His studio is a couple of miles away from Lamorna. He has a great reputation both as an artist and a teacher. Diving in Lamorna Lamorna is a popular site for divers and known for its wrecks. Near the entrance to the cove is Mermaids Rock, haunted, naturally, by a mermaid. It is said she sits combing her hair and singing, luring local fishermen and ships to their deaths, exacting her revenge on her fisherman lover who left her and never returned. Hence the wrecks! You can learn to dive, hire equipment and join diving parties in Lamorna. Surfing at Sennen Cove Whitesands bay at Sennen, a 10 minute drive from Lamorna, is one of Cornwall's best surfing beaches as well as being a breathtaking beauty spot. Out to sea you can see the Brisons and Cape Cornwall. I used to swin between them as a child. Surfing lessons, surf and body boards, as well as wet suits can all be hired on the beach. Walking the Coastal path from Lamorna There are books on various walks on the bookshelf by the bed in the studio. If you are not an intrepid walker, try walking from Lamorna to Mousehole along the coastal path, it takes about 50 mins and is stunning. Alternatively, try the coastal walk from Lamorna to Porthcurno via St Loy, equally lovely. Hire a Sea Kayak at Lamorna Cove Sea Kayaking around this part of the Cornish coastline has become immensely popular in recent years. Bring your own kayaks or hire them in the Cove. The Minack Theatre Last but not least, just 10 minutes away is the wonderful outdoor theatre built into the cliffs and overlooking the sea Getting AroundLamorna Hideaway at Nantewas is situated in the very heart of Lamorna Valley above the 'Lamorna Wink' and the Millennium garden. Turn into the Cove road of the B3315, turn right up the hill just before the 'Wink' and we are the first house on the left. Guest parking is just by the road at the back of the house. If you choose not to drive by car, the following services are available: Fly to Newquay, where car hire services are available Penzance is a mainline rail terminus with regular services from London Paddington station. Taxis, buses, coaches and Eurocar car hire are all available at the station The Scillonian ferry goes to the Scilly Isles daily in the season from Penzance There are fixed wing flights to the Scilly Isles from Land's End airport There are bus stops at the 'Wink' and at the turning into Cove Road Many cycle routes around Mount's Bay Wonderful coastal paths Other Things to NotePrices vary depending on the season. Check availability with the hosts
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      The SpaceThe cottage is located very near the coast and has great local gourmet fish restaurant, pizza Italian and chippy, all within striking distance . We can offer a separate lounge whilst you stay and the garden is a great retreat with tree ferns and banana plants. Easy access to St Ives, Minack Theatre , Lands End, Wild Cape Cornwall, St Michael s Mount. Penzance has Art Galleries , small theatre, cinema, leisure centre and boat trips for kids . Crabbing on harbour wall. Newlyn is still a working fishing port and has a great fish Festival once a year. Newlyn School of art is just up the road and the Art Gallery . Guest AccessTo kitchen, lounge and garden Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to help guests find their way around and point out all the nice cafe's and scheduled beaches / walks to enjoy a non -tourist Penwith . The NeighborhoodThe neighbourhood has many windy streets and lanes, a legacy of Newlyn Fishing Village. The sea walk into Penzance along the prom is great but there are all the shops you need in Newlyn : butchers, post office , cheese and veg , bakeries, chemist , bakers co-op , cashpoint, cafe just down the road.Several pubs within ten minute walk . An independent Film house is due to open locally this year. Getting AroundIt is spitting distance from buses and 35 mins walk to Penzance train station, connecting direct to Paddington. Their is a sleeper service . It is a 55 min drive from Newquay airport , walkable to IOS ferry . Other Things to NoteWe welcome all folks big small any race sexuality .Being a Londoner i love diversity. .....................
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      The SpaceWe are a boutique bed and breakfast (and listed in Sawdays' Special Places to Stay). We are close to the centre of Penzance - an interesting and authentic Cornish seaside town. Guest AccessThe room you will be allocated (we will give you a description if you are interested in booking) will be en-suite - either with a shower, or a bath and shower. All guests have access to a guest sitting room, the dining room and our lovely garden. Breakfast (which includes coffee, toast, fruit, yoghurt, homemade jams and a wide selection of cooked options) is included in the price for 2 people sharing. Interaction with GuestsAs we are a bed and breakfast and live on site, we are usually around and can help with enquiries. If we are not in, we can always be contacted on our mobile. The NeighborhoodPenzance is a unique and authentic Cornish town with a lively arts scene. It has lots of good pubs, restaurants and interesting independent shops. It's the best base to explore West Cornwall - which has lots to see: art galleries, beautiful gardens, National Trust properties and stunning coastline and beaches. Penzance is more accessible than St Ives and has much more of a community, so there is plenty going on in the Winter. Getting AroundThere is a mainline train station in Penzance with a direct link to London and various stations en-route. Buses operate to various locations in/around West Cornwall. Other Things to NoteAlthough there is no off-street parking, you can park on the road directly outside Venton Vean (Trewithen Road) - there are no restrictions and it is free.
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      The SpaceZWelcome to this special place in beautiful West Penwith, Cornwall situated in both a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty and within a World Heritage Site. Our swallows are nesting, the cukoo is cukooingand Cornwall is beginning to look so beautiful as Spring progresses. Come and experience it. We offer the choice of 2, lovely spacious, ground floor, double rooms, preferably for stays of two nights or more, with free, safe parking. Both of our rooms are en suite and both have their own, separate entrance with locks on both exterior and interior doors. In this room, "The Stable" you will sleep in a comfortable, queen-sized bed, with quality, cotton bed linen; you have an en-suite, walk-in shower room, tea and coffee-making facilities and a treat or two! Books, local information, additional cosy blankets complete your comfort and invite complete peace and relaxation. We provide free, high-speed internet connection for your phones, lap tops or tablets. You have your own entrance and a space to sit out and enjoy the morning sun as you have a first cup of tea in the company of our swallows that return each year to use our barns to breed and raise their young. This room may be suitable for people with limited mobility but unfortunately not suitable for someone who is dependent upon a wheelchair. The room is not suitable for children under six. For guests staying for 3 or more nights we are able to offer an evening meal. Choose from a "tray meal" in your room or a three-course meal in our dining room. Charges are between £8 and £20 per person depending upon menu chosen. Please....I really do care about your comfort and your stay. I consider that I offer exceptional value for money and thus am not able to offer deals for stays shorter than a week. Please ask about prices for longer stays. Why not consider a longer stay out of the main holiday season? If you are seeking peace and quiet in which to write, compose music, paint, explore the environment in greater depth, or simply to take time out from your everyday life this is the perfect place. Free access to super-fast broadband will keep you speedily in touch with wherever you need and we can offer attractive, off-season deals depending upon length of stay. Please contact directly about this. Our speedy, internet connection will also appeal to the business traveller. Pets: We are willing to welcome one, very well-behaved dog to come on holiday in this room. Please ask in advance; it is for £5:00 a night for your dog to stay. We ask that you bring their own bedding together with towels, feed and water bowls. We prefer that visiting dogs do not go into our garden or into any other areas of our home and ask that your dog is not left unattended in your room. We are right off any made-up roads, there is lots of space and dogs can easily and safely be walked straight from our house. Our own dog, Cassie will make a loud noise when you come but will be very hospitable once you are settled in. Guest AccessGuest Access After a restful night's sleep you will be offered a delicious choice of breakfast in our lovely, light dining room. We use local produce as far as possible and have no difficulty in catering for people with specific dietary needs but appreciate being told in advance. We can provide picnics if asked in advance. We are not able to offer cooking facilities for guests but we can keep things in our fridge for you. Enjoy original art works on the walls and in the house as you walk through. We prefer that short-stay guests do not use other areas of our home unless invited and that you are respectful of our home and the comfort of others. Guests are welcome to sit out in our garden. Interaction with GuestsThis is our home and are pleased to assist and welcome guests but not to intrude during your stay. We enjoy meeting other people and getting to know about their lives and sharing ours; however, we appreciate that some people go away to be peaceful and contemplative and we quite understand if you would prefer to be more private. Guests are welcome to sit out in our garden. The NeighborhoodIf you are looking for the "real" West Cornwall you will find it here. We are well away from the main road, at the start of the wild, West Cornish Moors distinctive Celtic landscape and.....Poldark country! You will see Longhorn cattle in the fields and our surroundings are a haven for wildlife and plants of all kinds. The wild flowers in our lane in season continue to astonish and delight after living here for 30 years. We are just 15 minutes from both north and south coasts with easy access to a huge diversity of other places of interest. Walk, swim, surf, sail, sit, relax, bird-watch, sea-watch for dolphins, basking sharks, seals and sea birds, visit local, semi-tropical gardens, ancient and industrial archaeology, immerse yourself in Cornish history and culture . A haven for artists and photographers, no two days are the same and the quality of the light is renowned. You will have easy access to all this when you stay with us in our comfortable and interesting home. A wonderful place for writers, artists, musicians to come for an extended stay to work. Free, super-fast broadband wi-fi. Make the most of your visit by doing some forward research. The area is so rich and varied. If you have particular interests you may like to email me in advance and I will do what I can to help ensure you have all the information you need to make your visit to this lovely area of Cornwall a time to remember and to tell your friends about. Getting AroundThere is a rural bus service about a mile walk from here that goes around the coast to St. Ives and connects to further afield. Penzance is well connected by rail. Airport at Newquay - domestic and European flights - with rail connection to Penzance and a local airport 6 miles away at St Just for flights to the Isles of Scilly. Seasonal boat service to the Scilly Isles from Penzance. If pre-arranged it may be possible to collect from Penzance station or St. Just for £10:00 - £15:00. Plenty of safe, free, on-site parking here and possible, pre-arranged parking if you are visiting the Scilly Isles for a few days. Lots of opportunities for walking. You may safely leave your bike overnight. We do advise that you do some research if you are planning to visit without your own transport to save you time when here. You will find transport timetables in your rooms and we are pleased to assist. Other Things to NoteYou will be offered a choice of Cornish or continental breakfast. We source from local suppliers as possible and offer our home made preserves and locally sourced or home made bread. We are not on mains water or drainage and therefore ask that guests take this into consideration when using water and toilet facilities. We provide environmentally friendly toiletries in the bathrooms for your use whilst here. We draw our own water from a bore hole. It tastes really fresh and wholesome however, we are conscious that we need to conserve and ask that our guests are as economical as possible when washing/bathing/showering. We don't want to run dry!!
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      The SpaceWe converted a 17 century granite barn into the current farmhouse - it was listed on the Tithe map as "Cot house Towneplace" harking back to the West Saxon language. Set above the village of Perranuthnoe and Mounts Bay with views to St Michael's Mount on a small farm with landscaped Mediterranean style gardens with romantic private bedrooms Guest AccessBedroom with private terrace, guest sitting room and extensive landscaped gardens Interaction with GuestsI make complimentary tea with saffron buns upon arrival, give advice and helpful tips about our area and cook breakfast n our open plan upstairs kitchen dining room before getting a map out to help guests plan their day The NeighborhoodAway from the tourism trail but easy access to the A394 at the top of the village Views down over the village and out to sea Watching the sunsets across mounts bay Coastal footpath and beach at the bottom of the village Getting AroundBuses available from Perranuthnoe or the top road every hour try the train journey into St Ives from Lelant Saltings for stunning views Other Things to NoteVisit ST Michael's Mount walking at low tide or by boat at high tide Visit Penlee house Gallery for the Penzance and Newlny school artists
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      The SpaceThis room has a double bed and a single bed. There is a refreshment tray, tv, hair dryer and sea views. The shower room/wc is private and located just opposite the room and there is also a wash basin/towels and face cloths in the room. An information sheet has WiFi code and network info. Guest AccessGuests have access to their rooms at all times and use of the garden. Interaction with GuestsI am always available to help in any way I can. Just ring the bell on reception if I am not there! The NeighborhoodSennen is very laid back. Nobody is in a hurry! We have a beautiful beach which is popular with surfers and bathers alike. We are less than 10 mins from the world renowned Minack Theatre, Close the the SWCP and a few miles from Land's End airport where you can a flight to the stunning Isles of scilly. Getting AroundLocal bus stop is only 2 mins walk away. Other Things to Notethis room is £85 if taken as s double or twin room!
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      The SpaceA family run estate near Newlyn. Guest AccessGuests can enjoy the stunning grounds and beautiful surroundings of this grade 11 listed property on the outskirts of Penzance Interaction with GuestsWe are always happy to advise on day trips, and can easily be found at any time
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      The SpaceThis pretty, cosy and characterful little cottage is tucked away in a small courtyard of cottages and is only around 50 yards from the beach and harbour in Mousehole. The cottage is suitable and available for summer and winter holidays and short breaks. The cottage has an open plan sitting room/kitchen area on the ground floor with sofa and chairs, digital tv, dining table and chairs and kitchen area with electric cooker, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, cutlery, crockery, pots pans etc. Upstairs are two bedrooms. Bedroom one has a double bed, dressing table etc. and a beautiful, very tiny, fireplace that we discovered when we decorated the cottage. Bedroom two has bunk beds. There is also a shower room with wc. wash hand basin and shower cubicle. The cottage is just yards from the beach and harbour and only minutes walk to the shops, galleries, craft and gift shops, pub, bistro, restaurants, tea rooms and post office. There are no sea views from inside the cottage but lying in bed at night you can hear the wonderful sound of the waves on the beach outside. The cottage is ideal for a couple just wanting to escape and fine for a family that are happy to share a small space. Guest AccessThe cottage is self catering and our guests have sole use of the cottage for the duration of their stay. Interaction with GuestsWe leave our guests to enjoy their stay without interruption and no not have any contact with our guests during their stay, unless they request otherwise. The NeighborhoodMousehole is a picturesque village in Cornwall. Within the village are some excellent restaurants, a bistro, pub, cafes, craft and gift shops, general store and Post Office. The coastal footpath has some amazing walks and scenery. A favourite walk of ours is from Mousehole to Lamorna. There is also a Wild Bird Hospital on Raginnis Hill. Getting AroundThe 'Blue Bus' runs throughout the day between Mousehole and Penzance and from Penzance busses or trains take you to the rest of Cornwall. Other Things to NoteWe have realised that some people want a holiday, short break or a few days escape but cannot, or do not, want to spend large amounts on accommodation. We have set a low daily rate for the cottage and rather than try to guess what our customers will use for electricity (and calculate this into the rental) we feel another option is for our customers to pay a lower daily rate for the cottage and to pay for the electricity they use on top of this - just like in your own home. We ask our customers to just leave payment for electricity, with the key, when they vacate the cottage on the last day of their stay. This may not suit all people, and there are other cottages in Mousehole that will include this, but the owners of these cottages do charge a higher daily rental. The price you pay includes the beds made up ready for your arrival, but not towels. The cottage does not have wifi. However, wifi is available at various places in the village. Airbnb have changed their rules regarding bringing babies and toddlers. This means that these are not included in the number of people staying. Our cottage is not large, so if when requesting to book, you could mention this to us that would be really helpful.
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      The SpaceThe house is a "stones throw" from the harbour with a panoramic view of Mounts Bay from the sitting room. We offer a double bedroom, it's small but very comfy and a private bathroom. Tea and coffee are always available in the kitchen. If you want a more leisurely start to the day, we offer cereals, fruit and a selection of toasts for breakfast. We have two dogs, Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, Lily and Georgia who share our living space and they will welcome you in their own loving way, so be prepared. Guest AccessKitchen is available for drinks and use of microwave. Guests are welcome to share the sitting room, after all it's the best view in the house. In sunny weather, the rear patio is a pleasant area to sit and relax. Interaction with GuestsI am available to my guests as needed. The NeighborhoodNewlyn is situated on the western arm of Mounts Bay and is a busy fishing harbour. Situated midway between the town of Penzance and village of Mousehole it is the perfect central location to access west Cornwall. With an interesting choice of traditional pubs and restaurants, shops and art galleries, the local areas offer something for everyone. Getting AroundTrain and coach station at Penzance. Local buses. Cycle hire in Penzance. Other Things to NoteUnfortunately we have no private parking, but there are car parks a very short walk from the house (2-3 minutes walk) and free parking on local roads.
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      Very small room but good if you just want an overnight stop. Popular with walkers and cyclists, its clean comfortable and includes a full English breakfast. Tea/coffee making facilities, pedestal wash hand basin, tv, hairdryer. Towels/soap etc inc SunnyBank House is a small family run B&B just 1.5 miles from Lands End
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      The SpaceElm Cottage is a traditional and completely self-contained cottage with a lounge, parlor/dining room, kitchen and restroom on the ground floor, two bedrooms and bathroom on the upper floor. The garden has outdoor patio furniture, heater and BBQ and is enclosed by a 6 foot wall offering complete privacy and there is a detached garage for off-road parking. The town of Marazion lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Elm Cottage is an ideal vacation choice for those wishing to experience the beautiful coastal line of the English Riviera with its stunning sandy beaches and great watersports; the historically acclaimed pirate town of Penzance; or indulge in the many art galleries that exhibit and sell local pottery and paintings. Elm Cottage is also perfect for those wanting to escape for complete rest and relaxation being close to quiet country walking trails and coastal paths. The NeighborhoodMarzion and its surrounding towns boast seas that turn turquoise in the sun, white sands and natural light that is sometimes blindingly bright. The town is adorned with a legacy of Bronze age standing stones, huge granite burial chambers, Celtic crosses and holy wells. The fishermen land their daily catch of fresh seafood and tall ships, luggers and ketches unfurl their sails in the Cornish breeze. Long famed for its perfect surfing conditions, the coastline here is a hub for all kinds of extreme sports from coasteering to zapcat racing and scuba diving to rock climbing. The area is rich in culture with art galleries and the world famous open-air Minack theatre that is carved into the cliff side with the Atlantic ocean as it's stunning backdrop. There is no lack of options for those in search of art, wildlife, sport or just pure relaxation. Getting AroundPrivate garage Car not necessary Nearest travel links: Nearest airport: Newquay Cornwall Airport 59 km, Nearest railway: Penzance Station 6 km Other Things to NoteLocated in the far west of Great Britain on a peninsula in the Atlantic ocean, almost completely surrounded by the sea, the magnificent coastline of Cornwall extends for almost 300 miles. Cornwall is also the location of mainland Great Britain's most southerly promontory, The Lizard, and one of the UK's most westerly points, Land's End. There is a great variety of wildlife, great walking trails and the region has more than its fair share of local legends. There's also a dynamic art scene inspired by the naturally stunning landscape; and more recently a food scene to rival London and beyond; Cornwall now has a multitude of award-winning local food producers and stellar chefs putting the region well and truly on the gourmet map. Cornwall also has a tremendous history based on its Celtic roots, its Celtic Cornish culture, the warmth and friendliness of the people and the Cornish language that can be seen in the village names. Cornwall has the mildest and sunniest climate in the United Kingdom. Winters are amongst the warmest in the country. Cornwall is one of the sunniest areas in the UK, with over 1541 hours of sunshine per year, with the highest average of 7.6 hours of sunshine per day in July. The Gulf Stream, bringing warm air from the Caribbean north-east toward Europe, makes Cornwall's weather distinctly milder than other places and it is due to the Gulf Stream that Cornwall has the UK's only area of sub-tropical climate, at the extreme south-west of Cornwall. Palm trees are a common sight in these areas. The sub-tropical nature has resulted in a number of botanical gardens, such as Trebah and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
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      The SpaceIvy Cottage can house 4 to 5 people. It is cosy, quiet, yet within easy walking distance to both local amenities(shops, pub,market) and beautiful sites( beach,harbour,coastal paths). You can park your car in the garden, use the Rayburn for cooking or the electric cooker, light a nice fire in the stove or a barbeque in the garden. across the road , enjoy good beer in the First &Last. Walk to Lands End , no parking fees!Get fresh fish from your friendly neighbour, the fisherman! Guest AccessThere are no restrictions to the sensible and normal use of all the equipments of the cottage Interaction with GuestsVisitors can contact me by email. Our son , the fisherman, will welcome you on arrival. The NeighborhoodIt is still a friendly neighbourhood, yet Ivy Cottage is quiet, surrounded by moors and then, further, the sea, with passing ships to Ireland. A few paces away...visit the old church or have a beer or a meal at the First and Last , do your shopping at the nearby Costcutters or at the farmers market, walk down to the harbour, the beach,Lands End , no parking fees! Getting AroundTravelling by car, follow the A30 in the direction of Lands End , past Sennen church , the First and Last Inn, 15 metres after, take the first lane on the right, the cottage is the first house on the left, park the car in the garden. Other Things to Note You can take the direct train from London to Penzance (10 miles from Sennen) The nearest international airport is Newquay, on the North Coast of Cornwall. St Just airport( 4 miles from Sennen) has flights to the Scilly islands , and is currently opening new links to various places
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      Sandylands is a charming, spacious, self catering, seaside holiday let, located 10 minutes walk from the vast, sandy ‘Blue Flag’ beach of Sennen Cove. With a large garden, this single storey holiday let comfortably sleeps up to 5. Pets welcome.
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      The SpaceThis is an easygoing house that is in need of refurbishment and redecoration , but very freindly and in a beautiful area - hence the amazing price for two people . It is a very welcoming house and in much sought after village . Guest AccessGuests will have full use of the house at all times Interaction with GuestsWe are pretty sociable - and happy to chat or happy to leave you in peace ( though normally there will only be one of us here) . The NeighborhoodThe most amazing coastline in Britian. Beautiful Getting AroundPublic buses - a bit pricey and two or three a day - getting to Cornwall - (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) has a page called pasty connection which is great for lifts. Other Things to NoteWe are happy to consider pets but are currently fostering 2 cats.
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      The SpaceReally charming full of character, clean airy contemporary room. Sleeps 2 plus kid/teen in snug area. parking and continental breakfast for 2 included. Ensuite, WiFi, tv, kingsize bed. Interaction with GuestsOwner Kate lives in the Old-school attached to the schoolroom. If you have any problems she is happy for you to pop in and see her. The NeighborhoodThe school room is set in a converted old Cornish school situated in the character full village of Heamoor on the edge of Penzance. It may only be a stone throw from Penzance however it borders the countryside. You get the best of both worlds central location near the a30 but also feel like your a million miles away from the tourist town. Nearby you can explore the breathtaking beaches of Porthcurno (and the minack theatre) sennen cove, st Ives. Please note marazion with its iconic causeway out to st michaels mount (cover photo) is a couple of miles from the schoolroom and this is not the view from the room. Trengwainton gardens is within walking distance. Trewidden and Tremenheere Sculpture gardens a short car journey. St Ives and Lands end are definitely worth a visit and don't forget the charming picturesque fishing villages of Mousehole and Newlyn. Further a field there are many more gardens and beaches to visit a well as the famous Eden project. You'll certainly never run out of places to see, walk, eat or relax. Getting AroundCar, Taxis, trains and buses nearby Other Things to NoteThe Schoolroom is situated in the picturesque Cornish village of Heamoor. The village has lots of amenities, chip shop, pub (serving good food) pharmacy, 2 general stores, bakery.
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      The SpaceThe cottage is situated in a private courtyard/ope of cottages and is only around 30 yards from the beach and harbour in Mousehole. The cottage has an open plan sitting room, kitchen, dining area on the ground floor. The sitting room has an open fire if you are looking for a cosy evening in! There is also a digital tv/dvd player in this room The kitchen has an electric cooker, fridge (with small freezer compartment), microwave, cafetiere, washing machine, cutlery, crockery and all basic cooking pots, pans etc. Upstairs are two bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has a double four poster bed and bedroom 2 has two single beds. The beds are made up ready for your arrival. There is a shower room with shower cubicle, wc and wash basin. Electricity is by £1 slot meter. The cottage does not have a private garage or parking. Parking is available free of charge on some roads in the village or is £3 per day in the car park on the harbour wall. Guest AccessThe cottage is self catering, not shared, and our guests have sole use of the property. Interaction with GuestsAs the cottage is self catering we allow guests privacy and do not interfere at all during their stay unless they request otherwise. The NeighborhoodWe think Mousehole is delightful. It is possible to arrive at the cottage and not leave the village during your stay. The village has some wonderful restaurants, a bistro, cafes, pub, fish and chip shop, small general store, post office, galleries, craft and gift shops. Alternatively, you can use the cottage as a base and travel all over the south west. The blue bus travels between Mousehole and Penzance and from Penzance the train and bus station can take you to most parts of Cornwall and the south west. Getting AroundThe closest train station is in Penzance - around 5 miles from Mousehole. A regular bus runs between Penzance and Mousehole. Other Things to NoteDuring school and bank holidays we have a minimum charge of 5 nights stay - but may consider fewer nights at short notice.
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        Our 250 year old farmhouse is packed with character but with modern facilities in all rooms. Close to St Michaels Mount, easy reach of St Ives and walking distance to the beach. Free parking, great breakfasts and comfy beds. Warm welcome guaranteed
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        The SpacePreviously a blacksmith’s workshop and a writer’s retreat, Number Twelve provides a perfect hideaway bolthole from which to get off the beaten track and explore the unique magic of West Penwith. Downstairs is a fully appointed kitchen with fridge, two ring mini oven and grill, washing machine, sink and microwave. The comfortable sitting/dining area has a woodburning stove recessed into the huge granite fireplace. The spiral staircase leads up to a completely refurbished, light and airy bedroom with a double shower en-suite. The sea views can be enjoyed from the new double bed or the window-seat and can be spectacular, particularly at sunset. Guest AccessGuests will have full private use of the property. This summer I will be living at home some of the time (tho' obviously not when I'm letting it out!) so I wont be moving out all of my stuff so staying here will probably feel more along the lines of a very comfy, homely house-sit (ie most of the cupboards will still have some stuff in them... but I will make sure there will be space for your stuff too!) An up-side of this is that the kitchen cupboards will be better stocked for emergencies! Interaction with GuestsI will leave guests a map detailing some of the hidden gems and secret spots of the local area. If desired it would be nice to meet guests when possible - but its not compulsory! I can be available on the phone for local advice and it is my hope that guests will really enjoy the wonderful area in which I live and staying in my sweet, wee home. The NeighborhoodThe cottage is close to some of the most spectacular beaches in NW Europe including Portherras, Pedn Vounder, Sennen and Porthcurno. It is just a 10-minute walk to the rugged cliffs and to join the coast-path at Levant. Walks all around the local area are stunning and the area is particularly good for bird watching and wildlife. Number Twelve is situated off the legendary B3306, St Ives to St Just road, one of the most scenic routes in Europe – which is also a well served bus route. There is a well stocked local shop a short walk away in Pendeen and veggies and eggs can be picked up from the nearby community farm. There are several pubs within very easy walking distance plus others very near that are highly renowned on the wider stage for food, beer or live traditional music sessions. The Minack Theatre, Lands End, St Michaels Mount, Mousehole, Porthcurno Telegraph Museum and Cape Cornwall are all close by. The main local market town of Penzance, is ten minutes away by car and is noted for its galleries, parks, promenade and shops. Newlyn and Penlee House Galleries, Tate St Ives, the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden and Bernard Leach Pottery are all easily accessible, as are some great public gardens. The property lies within the Mining World Heritage site and, the NT's Levant Mine and Beam Engine and Geevor Mining Museum, Botallack Count House and the breathtaking Crowns Engine House situated in the cliff-side are all within a short walk. Getting AroundThe main train line station at Penzance (the end of the line!) connects with the branch line to St Ives. The cottage is on a bus route with connections between Penzance, St Just and St Ives. Lands End Cycle Hire is run by my neighbour along the terrace so cycles can be hired easily with free delivery to the house. There is private parking for a small to medium sized car in the carport at the property and plenty of parking on the road nearby. Other Things to NoteI will provide two towels, cotton bedding, duvet and pillows. In the kitchen there will be tea, coffee, olive oil, condiments, various herbs/spices plus tea-towels and cleaning/washing-up materials available for your use. A third person can be accommodated on a camp bed downstairs if required at a nominal extra charge - contact me if this is required - but be warned this would be pretty cosy as my place isn't designed for 3 people - but it is do-able!) Please note there is no TV (nor aerial) but my wireless broadband can be accessed - along with various games! There is a speaker dock available for an i-pod/phone.
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        The SpaceMinutes from the sea and the town centre. Walk down the little lane and you will be on the Seafront in minutes. Old Regency house, quiet and secluded. I think you would enjoy the uniqueness of the place. Special rates for longer stays. Use of Kitchen. I also have a bed I can put up for another guest for an extra £10. The single room is located on the top floor next to the bathroom. It is a small room but has a beautiful view, with Newlyn in the distance. Guest AccessUse of the Kitchen, Dining Room. Use of Gardens. Breakfast is not included. Cafes within a two minute walk. I do have a cot available. Towels provided. Parking in the narrow lanes by the house is not easily accessible and not advisable but free parking is a minute or two away. The Car park by Alverton is the best and costs under £2 per day I believe. From here you pass the Tennis courts and Arts School and then onto Morrab Rd where you turn right and by the zebra crossing take a left which brings you into Morrab Place. Interaction with GuestsAs required! I am a qualified English teacher. When I am not at home Julian, an old family friend, will be there to look after the cats and give advice to my guests and help as needed. The NeighborhoodThis neighbourhood is extremely quiet with no traffic noise yet it is two minutes from the town centre, The Library, Penlee House and Morrab Tropical Gardens are virtually on the doorstep as are cafes,pubs and restaurants. The newly refurbished Art Deco outdoor pool is close by too! Getting AroundThe Greenmarket is less than 5 minutes away where one can catch buses all over West Penwith. The Railway Station can be reached in less than 10 minutes. To arrive at the seafront is minutes away and from the house one can walk down the little alleyway on to the Promenade and go to Newlyn and Mousehole to the right or left to Marazion and St Michael's Mount and is the recently renovated Lido pool 5 minutes away Other Things to NoteMy house is very old and is not suitable for anyone who is expecting 5***** accommodation. I would appreciate it if anyone who is extremely fussy about a little dust here and there, to look for somewhere maybe more modern etc and obviously more pricey. I do have a cot for anyone wishing to come with a child under two! And a foldaway bed for a second SMALL guest. If you check my reviews you will see various wonderful comments about an old family friend Julian, who looks after the cats and the house when I am away, and my Airbnb guests! Being Cornish he knows so much about the locality and thoroughly enjoys chatting and giving advice and solving problems should guests have any. I would also like to draw your attention to the cheapness of my listing! For houses in this part of town my nightly rate is rock bottom. I recently have had a guest who was ultra critical. My pricing is extremely economical.
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        3br Home/Apartment
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        The SpaceA beautiful cottage in the heart of Mousehole, Cornwall. The cottage is 5 minutes from Mousehole Harbour - which is incredibly picturesque. The village itself has a few good restaurants, local shops and plenty of interesting galleries. The nearest towns of Newlyn and Penzance are 2/3 miles away with local buses running every 30 minutes. Many excellent sandy beaches all within 20 minutes drive and lots of super coastal walks. The cottage is very cosy, with a log burning stove. There is a light kitchen/dining room, (with washing machine, full gas oven/hob and microwave) a living room (with stove) a downstairs bedroom/study which has a single bed. There are 2 small doubles and a bathroom with tub and shower upstairs. There is a very small outside space as the cottage is just off the road/lane, and there is a small space with bench in the courtyard which has many plants. It is very tastefully decorated throughout and we have left many works of art and ceramics from local craftspeople in the cottage to keep it feeling homely. The owner (my mother) looks after the cottage and guests and lives just across a small courtyard in an annexe/loft. Most cottages in Mousehole are let for a minimum of a week but we are open to shorter bookings. Unfortunately we do not think the cottage is suitable for young children. Dogs are welcome on the condition they are never left alone, go upstairs and the owners hoover thoroughly before leaving. It is best suited to one or two couples. Or a small group of friends who want to relax - Mousehole is a quiet sleepy village. Unfortunately mobile phone signal is not great, depending on your provider and where you are in the village! Guest AccessWhole of the cottage, with a small yard at the rear Interaction with GuestsI'm available through out your stay to help with any problems and am perfectly happy to light the stove, at your convenience, if the weather doesn't live up to our expectations. The NeighborhoodTwo superb restaurants in the village; No 2 Fore Street and The Old Coastguard Hotel. You will have to book, especially in high season. There is also a Fish and Chip shop and The Ship Inn is great, for pub food. We have a wonderful deli that starts breakfast at 8 am and sells really gorgeous local treats, fresh bread etc. The harbour is sandy and very safe, either side there are rocks and boulders with nooks and crannies to sunbathe in. Getting AroundA bus, 2mins. away will take you into Penzance where there is a bus and train station. Also a ferry to wonderful Scilly Isle which lie off the coast Other Things to NoteI leave some milk, tea bags and sugar for your first cuppa!
        Home/Apartment
        Excellent
        7 reviews
        2br Home/Apartment
          The SpaceThe cottage has a cosy sitting room and separate kitchen/dining room on the ground floor. Upstairs there are two bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has a double bed and attached bathroom. Bedroom 2 has two single beds with attached toilet and washbasin. Guest AccessThe price includes made up beds ready for your arrival but you have to bring your own towels and tea towels . In addition to the rental we ask for a deposit of £60 per booking and from this deduct the cost of electricity used during your holiday. Interaction with GuestsWe give our guests privacy and do not have contact during your stay. The NeighborhoodMousehole is a small fishing village. The terraces of cottages and winding narrow streets have a magic and aesthetic all of their own. The harbour forms a crescent shape with a sandy beach and a harbour arm at either end of the crescent. There is a local grocer/newsagent, several tearooms, two public houses, restaurants and also several craft and gift shops. Penzance with its extensive shopping facilities is 3 miles away, Lands End about 7 miles. The immediate and surrounding coastline is extremely beautiful being designated an ‘area of outstanding natural beauty’ by the National Trust. Getting AroundParking is on the wharf between the beach and the cottage or along the nearby harbor wall. Parking charges are currently 3 pounds a day from March to October. The 'Blue Bus' runs between Mousehole and Penzance throughout the day From Penzance busses and trains can get you to most parts of the UK. Other Things to Note.