Splendid Pendeen Cottage
Once a selection of humble lighthouse keeper’s cottages, now holiday rentals of epic proportions: this is the Splendid Pendeen Cottage S41774. Boasting terrific reviews (and views, but that goes without saying) this rental is positioned snugly upon the west Cornwall coast. In the local area you’ll find all the necessary pubs, shops and Cornish eateries (with pasties and crab a plenty) along with the popular Whitesand Bay and Gwynver beaches down the road. For some culture, visit the nearby Tate St Ives, or the historic St Michael’s Mount and check out the brave cyclists down at Lands End.
The property itself sleeps four people in two bedrooms with a spacious bathroom to share. It’s a modern property, so you can expect contemporary interiors, a TV and DVD player, a beautiful bathtub and light, airy rooms to enjoy at your leisure. It’s within a Site of Special Scientific Interest and the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), so rest assured the beauty extends far past your four walls. And remember, it’s a working lighthouse, so get ready for total immersion in the Cornish culture, sights, and sounds.
Excellent Cockington Village Cottage
This unique, timbered property is nestled in the corner of a 460 acre country park, which is a designated wildlife site overlooking the Estate’s cricket grounds and arboretum. Guests at the property have access to the park at all times and can wander through the apple orchard, feed the ornamental carp at the lakes of the ancient monastery, visit the Norman church, explore the manor house and its gardens or watch an afternoon cricket match during the summer months. The outbuildings of the manor house contain an acclaimed craft centre where all year round local tradespeople are engaged in glassblowing, ironmongery, painting and chocolate making with their unique wares on sale. To the east of Cockington lies the seafront, about half a mile’s walk away across the countryside.
A listed, thatched, cob cottage, the site of which dates back to the early 17th century and which was once the gate house to the historic Cockington Estate. The Estate is featured on the Agatha Christie Literary Trail as the celebrated crime writer regularly visited in her youth and dedicated her book “Why didn’t they ask Evans?” to the former owners.
Beautiful Croyde Rental
S12297 is a snug log cabin in a secluded spot in the grounds of the owners delightful 16th century thatched property.With outstanding panoramic views, due to its raised position, the property is a short walk from the village centre. The property is an ideal haven for couples, and perfect for surfers and walkers.
Has its own secluded garden with large lawn, decked area, outdoor furniture, BBQ. You can enjoy little luxuries like the DVD player, hot tub and iPod docking station. Linen, towels and bath robes provided and the nearest beach is less than 1 mile away!