An immaculately presented barn conversion with incredible cliff-top sea views south along the coast to Porthleven and Mullion. Coupled with a decadent, luxurious finish, vaulted ceiling, firepit, wood burner, the list goes on. There are few better places in Cornwall for a romantic break that have direct private access to the South West Coast path
In an outstanding location with amazing sea views. this barn conversion exudes charm and decadence in equal measures. The open plan/living room and kitchen has a vaulted ceiling, a large wood-burning stove, south-facing glass wall including doors that open out onto the large patio garden complete with fire pit and comfortable seating, the bedroom is double aspect and has a massive 6' bed and the shower room has a double shower with waterfall head and stunning decor.Porthleven is in one of the most popular areas of Cornwall, quaint fishing villages, beautiful beaches, magnificent headlands and secluded coves. There are a variety of pubs, restaurants cafes and shops. The beach extends at low tide for 3 miles towards Loe Bar and the Penrose Estate. From Porthleven it is a short drive to Helston and on, to savour the delights of Kynance Cove, the Helford River and the Lizard itself. Travelling west takes you into Mounts Bay where Marazion, St Michael's Mount, Penzance and Mousehole are all well worth the trip.Accommodation Ground Floor only: The front door leads into the open plan living, dining and kitchen area, south-facing, panoramic glass wall with magnificent views down the coast, there is a log burner. To the rear is a corridor with doors to; sumptuous, spacious shower room, large shower, WC and hand basin. Master bedroom, double aspect with 6' bed and storage and hairdryer:Exterior: There is off-road designated parking for 2 cars. There is a private patio terrace with fire pit, BBQ, sun loungers, chairs and table.Facilities & Services There is electric underfloor heating, zoned to individual rooms. The kitchen has a range of fully fitted cupboards, granite worktops and appliances. There is an electric induction hob, an oven, a microwave, toaster, kettle and under counter fridge with freezer box, dishwasher and washing machine/dryer. The living area and bedroom both have digital TV. There is a Bluetooth speaker. There is an iron & ironing board and air drying rack. The WiFi is via a 4G dongle with unlimited data.Miscellaneous Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are included but you will need to provide your own beach towels. 1 basket of logs will be provided for the fire pit year-round. 1 basket of logs for the wood burner will be provided from 1 November to 31 March. Additional logs and kindling may be purchased from the owners on-site or from shops locally. There is secure on-site parking for two cars available 50m away. There is strictly no smoking. Unfortunately, dogs are not accepted at Trequean Barn as this is a working farm with livestock. Horse livery and sand school with a full set of jump facilities are available, including parking for a horsebox or trailer, for extra charges on arrangement direct with the owners. This property can be booked with Trequean Cottage sleep 4 next door to give a total capacity of 6.General Booking Information Arrival / Departure is normally a Saturday.£250 pre-authorised to your credit or debit card as a security deposit is required.Short breaks are available during the low season.
Praa Sands in the South West of Cornwall is located between Helston and Penzance. The town contains many facilities including a shop, pub, post office and Praa Sands Gold Club. Apart from the beach at Porthleven there are numerous others from Rinsey Head to Hoe Point is extremely popular with the whole family, Prussia Cove, Perranuthnoe & Marazion beaches are all within a few minutes drive. When the North Coast is 'blown out' you will find the surfers flock to Praa Sands for its powerful waves coming straight in from the Atlantic Ocean. Just inland from the beach is Pengersick Castle which dates back to the Bronze Age.Porthleven exudes Cornish charm and tradition. Set in the middle of a huge sweeping bay, the beach at Porthleven is ideal for a relaxing family holiday. Porthleven has an impressive harbour, construction commenced during Napoleonic times and some sources state that it was built with the aid of French prisoners of war. Small fishing boats land their daily catch, much of which is sold in Porthleven's cafes and restaurants and the award winning Quayside fishmongers. The harbour was completed in 1825 and there are a wealth of traditional Cornish pubs and restaurants. The beach under Loe Bar Rd is a glorious expanse of golden sand which can provide stunning surf. The nearest large supermarkets are in Helston and Penzance.Porthleven is central for the areas and villages of the Lizard, Helford, Land's End and Mousehole. Facilities for golf, sailing, course and sea fishing are all available within two miles. You can take country and coastal walks or visit local country pubs for well-priced meals or shop in the local super stores at Helston and Penzance. There are a wealth of gardens to explore. The mines at Lelant, Geevor, Bottalack and Poldark are a short drive away. The Minack Theatre and Porthcurno beach are well worth a visit. There are world famous art galleries at St Ives and Newlyn.The Lighthouse on the Lizard Peninsula is the most Southerly point in Great Britain, having stood since 1751 warning passing ships of the infamous 'Man O' War rocks'. The Lizard has so much to offer for such a remote location. Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station is the world's largest satellite earth receiving station with over 60 communications dishes. Poldhu Cove, home of Marconi's first transatlantic radio message in 1901. The National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek moved to its current location in 1975 and is home to grey seals and common seals, as well as Californian and Patagonian sea lions. The sanctuary often rescue other marine life as well when demand requires.Trebah Gardens at Mawnan Smith is a 25 acre sub tropical privately owned gardens set above the Helford River. Nearby Glendurgan Gardens boasting a recently refurbished 177 year old laurel maze, is now owned by the National Trust. For a fun-filled family day out why not visit The Flambards Experience, offering more rides, amusements and exhibitions than anywhere else in Cornwall. On the Helford River sits Frenchman's Creek where Daphne du Maurier spent her honeymoon dreaming of the Cornish villages that set the scene for her novels.Helston was originally a thriving port until the river silted up over the years; where the river joins the sea is now Cornwall's largest freshwater lake. Helston is a busy market town with plenty of Victorian and Georgian architecture. The Monument is an impressive building at the end of Coinaghall Street which was built in 1834 in memory of Humphry Millet Grylls, whose actions kept open the local tin mine and saved 1200 jobs. Possibly one of the country's oldest privately owned brewery's can also be found in Coinaghall Street; The Blue Anchor was originally used as a rest house for monks and became a tavern in the 15th century. It now makes a strong local brew called Spingo. Helston is probably best known for the 'furry' or floral dance which is held every May. Flora Day kicks off with the Hal-an-Tow where St George and St Michael slay the dragon and the devil, cheered on by the locals dressed in Elizabethan costumes. The main dancing starts at midday with participants dressed in ball gowns and top hats and tails. For children of all ages there is Flambards Theme Park next to Culdrose Air Base famous for many air sea rescue missions. There are sights to be seen around Goonhilly Earth station where the large dish Arthur is now a listed building. Try your hand at riding a 2 wheeled Segway. These together with the Seal Sanctuary at Gweek provide any holidaymaker with a wealth of interesting visits.
Tipus de propietat
Helston, Praa Sands, Regne Unit