On the seaward edge of Pendeen, known as Lower Boscaswell, a semi-detached cottage blending in with its 18th cent. neighbours, but with the benefit of 21st cent. insulation and comfort. At the front, a neat gravelled parking area, and, at the back, small, enclosed, mostly lawned garden (table/chairs). Inside, contemporary with more than a hint of its architect owner’s style. Hall with tiled floor. Depth-of-house living/dining room with woodburner, laminate floor, TV/DVD and glazed door to garden; fitted kitchen (dishwasher, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric cooker) with table/chairs, tiled floor and door to garden; back lobby with washing machine, tumble drier and room for wetsuits, outdoor gear/boots. Loo. Stairs (stairgates) up to three bedrooms - a double (5' bed), a twin, and a bunk room (3' beds); bathroom (suite, shower over bath). More stairs up to an attic double bedroom (5' bed) with wardrobe on landing and bathroom (suite plus hand-shower). Best for maximum of 6 adults. A good family house within ½ mile of a pub, good shop and the rugged, spectacular Coast Path.
Pendeen: village (church, two good food pubs, restaurant, PO/shop), ½ mile from a magnificent cliff coast (excellent walking). Within 1½ miles are Portheras Cove (pretty beach), a spectacular lighthouse and Geevor Mine turned interesting museum. Much prehistory around. St Just-in-Penwith, 2 miles. Sennen Cove (wonderful beach), 6. St Ives and Minack Theatre, 12-14 miles.
Over three floors. Four bedrooms: First floor 1 x king size double, 1 x twin and 1 x adult size bunk room. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Second floor: 1 x double bedroom and bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor: Sitting room with dining area and wood burning stove. Kitchen with dining area. WC with basin.
PENDEEN St Just 2.5 miles; Penzance 7 miles; St Ives 10 miles; Lands End 10 miles The charming village of Pendeen is situated on the Penwith Peninsula, an Area of Outstanding natural Beauty, in North West Cornwall. It has a handful of lovely pubs, convenience stores, pottery/gallery and a good fish & chip shop. There is also a wonderful lighthouse tucked away from the centre of the village, where you can marvel at the most spectacular sea views, stretching for miles. Perfect for exploring this lesser-known area of the county, there are so many fantastic things to see and do; from exploring the rugged coastline to pulling on your walking boots and criss-crossing the beautiful countryside, with public footpaths at every turn! The beaches in this section of Cornwall are fantastic and there are so many coastal villages and attractions that will keep you busy. Enjoy shopping in Penzance, discover hidden gems in St Ives' many harbour-front galleries, or find the perfect trinkets to take home in the novelty shops of Mousehole. The open-air Minack Theatre overlooking the stunning beach at Porthcurno should definitely go on the 'to visit' list, and you can also enjoy visiting the many filming locations of the BBC's, Poldark. Whether you're interested in a walking holiday, an adventure or a relaxed beach getaway, this fantastic area has something for everyone.