The Studio

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£935.00 up to £1980 perweek as of 08/01/2024

You’ll find this cosy granite build cottage for two amid 8 unspoilt acres of the valley of Vellandreath, bordered by a stream and offering spectacular panoramic sea views all year round.

This quiet and magical setting is only accessible on foot down the sandy beach path from Sunny Corner Lane. Here you’ll find an open-plan studio enhanced with underfloor heating and with superb sea and bay views. This cool cottage for two makes the most of the unique south-facing position with skylights in the roof and large, double glazed oak-framed, folding patio doors.

The living/dining and kitchen area comes fully equipped and include large patio doors and a slate floor. Slide open the doors, step outside and you’ll find a pretty, private enclosed garden with a barbecue area overlooking the sea.

The double bedroom area boasts an antique style iron bed and carved fretwood screen. A luxury wet room includes a Belfast sink and toilet.

As well as being only 200 metres from the beach, the cottage is also near a local inn, award winning Beach Restaurant, Round House Gallery and the attractive little fishing harbour of Sennen Cove, only 10 minutes’ walk across the vast expanse of the sandy Blue Flag beach, which is perfect for swimming, water sports and great for kids with the assurance of the RNLI Lifeguards. If you are lucky, you may even spot dolphins, the odd seal or even a basking shark.

Rock climbing is popular on the cliffs and headlands. This is superb walking country and great for cycling or mountain biking. Sennen is also a Mecca for surfing with countless options for all levels of ability. There are great Surf Schools and equipment hire close by in Sennen Cove and on the beach.

The town of Penzance is only 8 miles away and has a wealth of amenities including museums, cinema, golf, tennis and riding, as well as many good shops and restaurants. A short drive away is St Ives, long popular as an artists’ colony, with its pretty stone cottages and narrow cobbled lanes through which to wander.

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