Resting in the picturesque village of Pendeen Cornwall lies Flintstone Cottage, a stylish one-bedroom retreat, ideal for a couple to explore the delights of the Cornish coast.
Offering sea views and off-road parking, this abode is the perfect base for a relaxing break.
Stepping into the property, the contemporary-style sitting room invites you to snuggle up on the plush sofa and watch the TV in front of the woodburning stove after a day of discovering your surroundings.
Moving through the property, the well-equipped kitchen hosts every amenity for your self-catering requirements throughout your stay and a lovely cafetiere for your morning coffee, while the dining seating provides a space to enjoy some delicious meals and plan the day ahead.
Retire to the mezzanine bedroom, home to a plush double, ample storage for you to unpack your belongings and a fantastic view over the coastline, breathing air into the space for a tranquil rest.
Guests will also benefit from a bathroom, home to a bath where you can soak in the bubbles after a day at the beach as well as a walk-in shower, a basin and WC, where you can prepare for the next day of adventures.
Making your way outside, the courtyard features cute bistro-dining seating where you can enjoy a glass of wine and a spot of alfresco dining while taking in the views of this gorgeous landscape.
If you don't fancy cooking one evening, local eateries include Maria Chica café for takeaways or the Trewellard Arms for tasty pub lunch.
Pendeen Lighthouse, Geevor Tin Mine, Penlee House and Gallery Museum and The Exchange Gallery, make for a lovely day out uncovering a wealth of culture.
There are a plethora of sandy beaches and rocky coves and clifftops for you to explore, while inland the gentle microclimate allows gardens to thrive; why not visit the exotic plants and trees in Morrab Gardens or head to the National Trust run Trengwainton Gardens.
Branching out to Mousehole, an enchanting fishing port and village, you will discover its pretty harbour resting on the shores of Mount's Bay, as well as offering a number of galleries and coasteering activities.
Make a trip to Land's End, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country and the most south-westerly point in Britain; here you can marvel at the granite clifftops and gaze over the Celtic Sea and English Channel's meeting point.
Return year after year to Flintstone Cottage for a splendid retreat to Cornwall.